Demo 93

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  • An alternate storyline added, now you can finish the demo differently.
  • Many houses are accessible now.
  • Added some collections all over the city.
  • HUD&UI updated, you can check all obtained items and collections.
  • Game controllers are supported (Xbox controller recommended)
  • Added Chinese (Please switch the language to Chinese in options)
  • 加入中文(请在选项中将语言切换成中文)
  • Fixed a lot of bugs.
  • Fixed some typos(Bug still a lot in the game)



Luke Skywalker - Forsman Demo -93 Lyrics: Oh yeahiyeahiyeahiyeah / I went to a dance / But I didn't get any friends / So I went home so alone / Makes me all sad inside / But I'm Luke Skywalker.


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Superb looking game... i couldn't even really get the lift to the terminal to work.. after i went all the way to china town to get the push pull ability.. and then not being able to push the box up the stairs after 5 mins .. i gave up. as easy as you think your game is.. id make it possible for idiots to play it. will there be a sprint to move about quicker? its got great promise.. id just maybe say make it easier at the start.

i was playing on 21:9 aspect so i may have missed something.

You don't need to push the box upstairs, just push it to the right on the red trigger.

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I did that... and went and stood on the switch above.. and the 2 parts of the switch activate.. presumably to turn on the lift.. but then i get off.. and it it doesnt work.. so the robots at the bottom occasionally walk on to the lower switch.. so if i can get the box up the stairs.. eventually they will step on the lower one.. and i can then presumably get to the terminal.

I see, spoiler alarm:










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Put the box on the trigger below first, then talk to up robot above twice.

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Overview of the Assembly 2004 party hall

The Assembly demoparty is a demoscene and gaming event in Finland. The main organizers of the event are Pekka Aakko (Pehu of Accession) and Jussi Laakkonen (Abyss of Future Crew). The Summer event takes place every year between late July and early August, and lasts three to four days, and the Winter event is held in January or February. The most recent Assembly was held from 1 to 4 August 2019 at Messukeskus in Helsinki. Edition 2020 was online.

Assembly Winter was announced in early 2007. The winter party is a more gaming oriented LAN party type event where as the summer events continues the traditions of the original demoparty under the name Assembly Summer. Both events are held once a year.

History[edit]

The first Assembly was held from July 24 to July 26, 1992, in Kauniainen. It was organized by the Amigademo groups Complex and Rebels, and the PC demo group Future Crew. The staff grew into a large non-profit group of individuals known as Assembly Organizing. Through the 1990s, Assembly grew so large that even exposition halls no longer sufficed, and only the largest of sports arenas met the partygoers' needs. In 1999, they rented the largest sports arena in the country, Hartwall Areena in Helsinki, with over 5000 visitors and 3500 computers on the ice rink.

The 2004 edition of the party also set a record: in July 2004, QuakeCon announced it was holding the world's first Doom 3 competitions on the event starting on August 12–14, roughly a week after the game's release on August 3.[1] Assembly, however, managed to snatch the first place after acquiring copies of the game via FedEx with the help of some contacts in the United States and holding the competition during August 5–8.[2]

As of 2019, the party has been held for 27 consecutive years.

Boozembly[edit]

Boozembly 2005

Since the year 1995 an event called Boozembly has been organized in a nearby forest. It is officially unrelated to Assembly but serves as a meeting point for Assembly attendees as well as for other computer hobbyists and their friends. In Boozembly it is possible to use intoxicants which is not allowed in Assembly. Later IT corporations started to sponsor free beer for Boozembly. Like Assembly, Boozembly itself has become an important part of Finnish demoscene culture.[3]

Competitions[edit]

Panorama view over the Assembly 2002 event

The party includes multiple competitions, or compos including but not limited to:

  • Oldskool demo (older machines)
  • 64k intro (discontinued after 2011,[4] reintroduced in 2017[5])
  • 4k intro
  • 1k intro
  • Listening music
  • Fast Music
  • Fast graphics
  • Real Wild demo
  • Photo
  • Video game developing compo
Demo

For the first eight years of Assembly, the demo and intro competitions were split into separate PC and Amiga categories. Starting in 2000, the platforms have been combined, with PC (Windows or Linux), Amiga, Mac and even high-end consoles competing in the same demo and intro competitions. Similarly, Commodore 64 competitions were replaced with 'oldskool' competitions that also allow entries for some other old platforms, such as various 8-bit systems and older Amigas.

Entries are submitted by demogroups and individual artists and are rated by judges. All demos which are deemed to be of a high enough standard are then shown on a big screen. Entries which break the competition rules (e.g. use copyrighted material, or aren't suitable for the category to which they are entered) are disqualified. People who are present at the arena vote for the entries, and the results are published on the Assembly website. The entries are usually made available by the artists at scene.org or on the artists own website.

Assembly's demo competitions generally hold a very high level, especially for a party that is not specific to the demoscene. Notable winners include Lifeforce by ASD, Panic Room by Fairlight and Frameranger by Fairlight, CNCD and Orange.

Demo and intro competition winners[edit]

Assembly demo/intro compo winners, 1992–2017
YearAmiga demoPC demoC64 demoAmiga introPC 64K intro
1992Sound Vision (Reflect)Unreal (Future Crew)Gunnar 2 (Dual Crew)Repo (Vectra)N/A
1993Extension (Pygmy Projects)Second Reality (Future Crew)Four years (Origo Dreamline)Bananamen (Stellar)Eclipse (EMF)
1994Mindflow (Stellar)Verses (EMF)Attack of Stubidos 3 (Beyond Force)G-Force (Pygmy Projects)Airframe (Prime)
1995ZIF (Parallax)Stars (NoooN)Extremes (Byterapers)Fad (Sonik Clique)Drift (Wild Light)
1996Sumea (Virtual Dreams)Machines of Madness (Dubius)Follow the Sign 3 (Byterapers)Pure (Sonik Clique)Blind (Eufrosyne)
1997Pulse (Nerve Axis)Boost (Doomsday)Speedway (Panic)911 (Limbo)Mainstream (Moottori)
1998Relic (Nerve Axis)Gateways (Trauma)Speedway 2 (Panic)Edit 0.5 (Haujobb)Oxygen (Coral)
1999Beats (Loveboat)Non-3D:Gasoline (Recreation)Speedway 3 (Panic)älä ota sitä vakavasti (Da Jormas)Viagra (Mewlers)
3D:Virhe (Maturefurk)
YearCombined demoOldskool demoCombined 64K intro
2000Spot (Exceed)Oldskool Trippin (Haujobb)Dead Flowers (Haujobb)
2001Lapsuus (Maturefurk)Riyadh (Bandwagon)Sonnet (Threestate)
2002Liquid... Wen? (Haujobb)Impossiblator 2 (PWP)Squish (AND)
2003Legomania (Doomsday)Robotic Liberation (PWP)Zoom 3 (AND)
2004Obsoleet (Unreal Voodoo)Halfway There (Dekadence)The Prophecy — Project Nemesis (Conspiracy)
2005Iconoclast (ASD)Boogie Factor (Fairlight)Che Guevara (Fairlight)
2006Starstruck (The Black Lotus)Fruitcake (RNO)Dead Ringer (Fairlight)
2007Lifeforce (ASD)High Hopes (Aspekt)Basic Facts About Design (Immersion)
2008Within Epsilon (Pyrotech)Renaissance (Byterapers)Panic Room (Fairlight)
2009Frameranger (Fairlight, CNCD, & Orange)3½ Inches Is Enough (Unreal Voodoo)Transform (Ate Bit)
2010Happiness is around the bend (ASD)Grind (Dekadence & Accession)x marks the spot, Function-X invitation (Portal Process)
2011Spin (ASD)Chaotic (Dekadence)Cancelled due to lack of entries[6]
YearCombined demoOldskool demoCombined 4k IntroCombined 1k Intro
2012Spacecut (CNCD)Conservative Megademo (PWP)Fireflies (Blobtrox)Embers (TDA)
2013return (Pyrotech)Norwegian Pillow (Dekadence)Highway 4k (HBC)Tendrils (Traction + Fit)
2014Black And White Lies (One Studio Off)Sliced & Diced (Dekadence)Splash (Unknown Artists)Superstructure (TDA)
2015Monolith (ASD)Carbon Based (Dekadence)Hydrokinetics (Prismbeings)BLCK4777 (p01 / ribbon)
2016Gestalt (Quite vs T-Rex)Malf*cktion (Byterapers)Outcast (Unknown Artists)Escape through subspace 1K (Seven/Fulcrum)
YearDemoOldskool demo64k Intro4k Intro1k Intro
2017Zoomin (Adapt)My Summer Demo (Byterapers)Down the Drain (Ivory Labs)Primordial Soup (Faemiyah)VOLTRA (Ribbon)
2018Number One/Another One (CNCD & Fairlight)Shattered Minds (Byterapers)Out of the Box (Adapt)Core Critical (HBC)geelimanipulaatio (gib3, tix0)

AssemblyTV[edit]

In recent years, Assembly has broadcast content from its in-house media effort AssemblyTV to local and national TV networks, as well as producing web streams for people to watch live over the internet — spots for hundreds, if not thousands of viewers are catered for and these streams have been watched all over the world, not just in Finland. In addition to the opening and closing ceremonies, the competitions and party reports, the educational sessions that are being held during the party are broadcast via AssemblyTV as well.

Demo 93.9

ARTtech seminars[edit]

ARTtech seminars are free to attend educational seminar sessions that are being held during the party at the venue location. The sessions cover various subjects that are usually related to the main party theme and idea, including sessions about programming (coding), graphic design, music composition, game development, hardware hacks, scene history and more.

References[edit]

Demo 937

  1. ^'Archived copy'. Archived from the original on 2006-06-26. Retrieved 2006-07-17.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^'ASSEMBLY 2004'(PDF). Web.archive.org. Archived from the original(PDF) on 2011-07-19. Retrieved 2016-11-02.
  3. ^Assembly special number of Skrolli computer culture magazine
  4. ^'What's new in 2012'. Assembly Summer 2012. Archived from the original on 2012-06-04. Retrieved 2016-11-02.
  5. ^'Demoscene - ASSEMBLY Summer 17'. Assembly Summer 2017.
  6. ^'64k intro compo cancelled - replaced by Demo compo!'. Assembly.org. Archived from the original on 2011-09-29. Retrieved 2016-11-02.

External links[edit]

  • Assembly 2006 — MBnet The Official Ezine of Assembly 2006.
  • Assembly on Pouët
  • The ARTS Radio (MP3) contains an interview with the primary organizer of Assembly, Abyss of Future Crew.
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