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Hi all,

 

Here's our invite for Lovebyte 2022

https://demozoo.org/productions/303175/

 

Join us in a celebration of the smallest with a dedicated sizecoding demoparty / event, held on the weekend of 11-13th february 2022 on Discord and Twitch

 

We'll be online streaming with oldschool and high-end intro competitions in different size categories ranging from 8 to 512 bytes in size. From our 256 byte graphics and nanogame competitions to bytebeat music competition.

 

Or what about cool size-coded related seminars to get you started, Bytejam, DJ Sets and many other events?

 

This is the one event where size does matter! Don't miss it!

- Lovebyte 2022: Bring the love!

 

https://www.lovebyte.party

 

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While I'd love to contribute to the event with prods in all the categories like the last year, most probably I won't be able to. My time for hobby recently got very limited. Still I'll try to cook at least one to join the event not only as a watcher. 

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I always go to the links so visits and clicks can show some support.

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Here's the RMT file for everybody to play with.

 

Plain 1.28 RMT by Raster, with all the wrong tuning tables and timing ;)

 

Oh, I see it's less than a kilobyte :)

lullaby-the-cure-v6.rmt

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Shiny lovebyte Atari goodness is a great thing.

:)

https://www.twitch.tv/lovebytedemoparty

https://discord.gg/5T9uM39tC2

https://demozoo.org/parties/4378/

 

from last year to help with this year,

http://www.sizecoding.org/wiki/6502_based_CPUs#Atari_8-bit_family

 

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Tonight the ultimate compo! Superogue told us it's going to be very good!

 

21.00 (UTC+1) Competitions: 256 byte intro (Fantasy Console, hi-end, Oldschool)

 

Probably in that order (fantasy, hi-end, oldschool) as it was yesterday with the 128B compo.

 

In a little over 2 hours :)

 

In 15 minutes, the 32B compo starts.

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I added all videos to YouTube and linked them on Demozoo. Here's the YT Playlist for your convenience:

 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBGSSBMWwJn2vcL-MFkaxIbbSAH4yqWs_

 

Even though More Chessboards scored best, I'm most proud of It's Easy Being Green, because of it being a Realtime 3072 pixels pixel shader with music ;)

 

Congrats to @ilmenit for successfully defending your title! Murkwood is great!

 

 

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Post-compo improvements:

 

https://github.com/ivop/sizecoding/blob/main/lovebyte2022/256B-more-chessboards/post-compo-main.s

 

Binary of 225 bytes:

 

https://github.com/ivop/sizecoding/raw/main/lovebyte2022/256B-more-chessboards/post-compo-main.xex

 

I saved 31 bytes. Now I could have done a true @VinsCool 15kHz snare instead of this "drum" compromise ;)

 

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1 hour ago, ivop said:

Post-compo improvements:

 

https://github.com/ivop/sizecoding/blob/main/lovebyte2022/256B-more-chessboards/post-compo-main.s

 

Binary of 225 bytes:

 

https://github.com/ivop/sizecoding/raw/main/lovebyte2022/256B-more-chessboards/post-compo-main.xex

 

I saved 31 bytes. Now I could have done a true @VinsCool 15kHz snare instead of this "drum" compromise ;)

 

nice! you probably can!

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1 hour ago, _The Doctor__ said:

nice! you probably can!

Yes, but I won't :)  That would change the intro. I just got this idea to make it smaller, and it worked :) Perhaps it can be even smaller, and keep the same effect. It's sort of a tradition for me to make sizecoding entries smaller after I submitted them and the compo is over ;)

 

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5 hours ago, ivop said:

I saved 31 bytes. Now I could have done a true @VinsCool 15kHz snare instead of this "drum" compromise ;)

I was not aware my drums had a certain reputation :D 

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Thanks everyone who has watched and participated at the event, it has been a blast!

 

I've was able to create and release my very first atari 8-bit production:

 

A 128 byte intro called Interstate 128 - https://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=91099

 

Thanks to @F#READY for helping me aquire and fixup a Atari XE 130 :D and thanks again to everyone who have submitted Atari productions to the party!

 

 

 

interstate128.png

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