MRC Bounce Challenge - Results

By snout

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28-11-2004, 00:20

01 - Diary

  • Created by: Nyyrikki
    Programming language: ASM
    System requirements: MSX turboR
    Received: 11-10-2004
    Description: A multipart bounce demo for MSX turboR

02 - TNI Bounce 2004

  • Created by: TNI
    Programming language: ASM
    System requirements: MSX2
    Received: 12-10-2004
    Description: What starts as an ordinary logo & scoll demo ends up in a multilayer bouncing frenzy

03 - Blend

  • Created by: Desire in Envy
    Programming language: ASM
    System requirements: MSX1
    Received: 10-10-2004
    Description: Desire in Envy brings an MSX1 demo in the tradition of Lieves!Tuore and Bandwagon

04 - Sphere

  • Created by: Infinite
    Programming language: ASM
    System requirements: MSX2(7MHz)/turboR, 512kB RAM, 512kB Moonsound
    Received: 12-10-2004
    Description: Introducing the 4motion animation engine, Infinite brings you full-screen 3D bouncing sensations

05 - Revival

  • Created by: IC
    Programming language: ASM
    System requirements: MSX2
    Received: 08-09-2004
    Description: This demo shows a nice bouncing scroller, a logo, a wave and a coloured bars affect

06 - Bounce!

  • Created by: Nyyrikki
    Programming language: VT-52 text
    System requirements: MSX1
    Received: 12-09-2004
    Description: Nyyrikki proves that even textfiles can make bounce demo's on MSX

07 - Vector Scroll

  • Created by: IC
    Programming language: ASM
    System requirements: MSX2
    Received: 02-09-2004
    Description: A nicely bouncing vectorscroll demo

08 - Bounce

  • Created by: Sonic
    Programming language: ASM
    System requirements: MSXturboR
    Received: 21-07-2004
    Description: A bouncing ball with a nice shadow effect

09 - Bounce00

  • Created by: Sonic
    Programming language: ASM
    System requirements: MSX2+
    Received: 22-07-2004
    Description: In this adult demo certain parts of the body sure look bouncy

10 - Revenge of the Boing ball

  • Created by: Ricardo Bittencourt
    Programming language: ASM
    System requirements: MSX turboR
    Received: 11-10-2004
    Description: The revenge of the Boing ball brings the famous Amiga ball demo to MSX turboR

11 - Bounce

  • Created by: Benno van den Boogaard
    Programming language: BASIC
    System requirements: MSX2
    Received: 11-10-2004
    Description: A nice and effective bouncing ball demo for MSX.

12 - Jone Jumpy

  • Created by: Jonemaan
    Programming language: BASIC
    System requirements: MSX1
    Received: 19-07-2004
    Description: A BASIC oneliner, created just for fun

13 - BounceX

  • Created by: GuyveR800
    Programming language: BASIC
    System requirements: MSX2
    Received: 31-07-2004
    Description: Another bouncy bouncy demo that qualifies as 18+

14 - Tigger

  • Created by: GuyveR800
    Programming language: BASIC
    System requirements: MSX2
    Received: 07-08-2004
    Description: This Tigger demo is very suitable for children. Winnie The Pooh's tigger needs only a few lines of BASIC to start bouncing

Disqualified - Mururoa

  • Created by: Near Dark
    Programming language: BASIC
    System requirements: MSX2
    Received: 10-10-2004
    Description: An addictive game in which you have to bounce from cloud to cloud

If you want to find out why Mururoa (which would have won the third prize otherwise) was disqualified, read this newspost.

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By Sonic_aka_T

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28-11-2004, 01:11

congratulations nyrykykyky Smile

By BiFi

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28-11-2004, 07:32

Congratulations to all winners... What was the jury's comment? I'm missing that.

By [D-Tail]

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28-11-2004, 11:47

Congrtz, all!

BiFi: as soon as the jurors have time for it, they'll make a nice paper with comments, and send it to MRC. That has been announced asDUTCH:
André en Martijn hebben ons beloofd wat commentaar per inzending te leveren, zodat dat binnenkort ook gepubliceerd wordt op het MRC.
andENGLISH:
André and Martijn promised us they will send us some comments on each entry as well, which will be published in the MRC in the future.
in this newspost.

You could have missed it though Wink

By Thom

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18-01-2005, 11:07

André and Martijn promised us they will send us some comments on each entry as well, which will be published in the MRC in the future.
These AnMa-chaps are quite slow, aren't they?

By snout

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18-01-2005, 11:26

They are not the fastest chaps in the world indeed, but I must admit that it slipped our (MRC-team) minds to put some pressure behind it as well. We'll contact 'em and see where it goes from there.

The Bombaman report will take less time, though, as in essence most of it has already been written Smile

By BiFi

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11-02-2005, 11:10

I guess they'll be sending it in about 6 months and it will take another 6 months to get to you guys as they're using some kind ultra-slow snailmail? Wink

And what about the Bombaman report? It has been quite a while as well.

By Thom

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11-02-2005, 12:42

What about the pictures! Are these AnMa chaps bold and grey, that's what matters!

By wolf_

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11-02-2005, 13:13

'bald' you mean? Smile

'to baldly code what no-one has coded before'

By Thom

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11-02-2005, 13:15

'bald' you mean? Smile

'to baldly code what no-one has coded before'
Of course I meant italic.