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Subdirectories

AD/
Productions of Andreas Dietmair.
Bonzai/
Productions of Bonzai.
Pu-239/
Productions of the Finnish demo group Pu-239.
aeeben/
Productions of Aleksi Eeben.

Files

Bouncing Ball II.d64.gz 1998-04-16 7134
Bouncing Ball II (for unexpanded Vic-20). The winner of the Alternative Party '98 demo competition.
Bouncing Ball II.zip 1998-04-16 21703
This packet contains source code, binaries in separate files and some information. Uploaded by Viznut/Ocsa (vheikkil@hytti.uku.fi), http://www.hytti.uku.fi/%7Evheikkil/ocsa/.
Cuckoo-clock-source.zip 1997-08-27 5958
Source code of the cuckoo clock program in DASM format
Cuckoo-clock.prg 1997-08-19 7431
A cuckoo clock for the VIC-20 written by Timo Raita <vic@iki.fi>. This interrupt-driven program reads the system time (TI$) and plays cuckoo samples at half and full hours. Requires at least an 8k expansion.
Fine scroll.prg 1995-03-05 304
A scroller demo. The scroll is not too fine on PAL-B systems. SYS8192 to start. Requires an 8k expansion.
VIC20-AR89-1.prg 1994-06-25 3329
 
VIC20-AR89-1.readme 1994-06-25 750
A simple demo for the unexpanded PAL Vic-20, featuring a horizontal one-line text scroll and some music. Written in June 1994.
VVV-NTSC.sfx 1996-12-24 29655
Veni vidi Vic!, 6560 (NTSC-M) version. Some parts of this demo are available separately, so that they can be loaded on an unexpanded VIC-20. The demo itself requires an 8k memory expansion and a 1540/1541/1570/1571 disk drive. This self-extracting archive can be loaded and started on a Commodore 64 or 128.
VVV-NTSC.zip 2004-10-23 21301
Veni vidi Vic!, 6560 (NTSC-M) version, with added support for the Commodore 1581 disk drive (in addition to the originally supported 1540, 1541, 1570 and 1571). Full source code is in VVV-src-GPL.tar.gz.
VVV-PAL.sfx 1996-12-24 29881
Veni vidi Vic!, 6561 (PAL-B) version. Some parts of this demo are available separately, so that they can be loaded on an unexpanded VIC-20. The demo itself requires an 8k memory expansion and a 1540/1541/1570/1571 disk drive. This self-extracting archive can be loaded and started on a Commodore 64 or 128.
VVV-PAL.zip 2004-10-23 21409
Veni vidi Vic!, 6561 (PAL-B) version, with added support for the Commodore 1581 disk drive (in addition to the originally supported 1540, 1541, 1570 and 1571). Full source code is in VVV-src-GPL.tar.gz.
VVV-src-GPL.tar.gz 2004-10-23 88170
Full source code of Veni vidi Vic!, including the originally closed-source music written by Jonas Hultén, and including 1581 patches by Albert/Pu-239 a.k.a. Pasi Ojala.
VVV-src.tar.gz 1996-12-24 75317
Source code of Veni vidi Vic!, World's first known trackmo (multipart demo that loads from disk while running) for the VIC-20, developed in 1996 and published on The Party '96 in Denmark. For more information, see http://www.funet.fi/~msmakela/vvv.html.
demodisk1.d64.gz 2002-06-16 135172
Collected demos for the unexpanded VIC-20, composed by Aleksi Eeben
demodisk1.txt 2002-06-16 1321
Directory listing of demodisk1.d64, composed by Marko Mäkelä
demodisk2.d64.gz 2003-07-04 111158
Collected demos for the unexpanded VIC-20, composed by Aleksi Eeben
demodisk3.zip 2005-05-28 114922
Collected demos for the unexpanded VIC-20, composed by Aleksi Eeben

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