Our text-mode demo Dansa In is showing today at the UCLA Game Art Festival in Los Angeles. 44 kilobytes is enough to tell a good story, aiit?
A story with pirates, sloths and sex told completely in text graphics. A blocky and brutal visual aesthetic synchronized with explosives, drunken funk and computer screams. All made in 44 kilobytes, to be executed by a Commodore 64 and its colourful ASCII-alternative called PETSCII. Visuals by Raquel Meyers, audio by Goto80 and coding by Johan Kotlinski.
More here. Original C64-executable available here.
Goa Brudbilder by Mathman and Goto80, 2007. It switches ultra-fast between four PETSCII-screens, which is perceived by us as new shapes and colours. This emulator capture has a slower and glitchier frame rate than on original C-64. It looks almost better! :) Get the original file here.