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Robotic Liberation by PWP (VIC-20)

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Uploaded on Jun 9, 2006

Are machines going to take over the world? A "music video" completely performed by an unexpanded Commodore VIC-20 and a 1541 disk drive. Note that there are only 5120 bytes and 1024 nybbles of RAM available, and the total disk size of the demo is a mere 16 KB. No one had ever pushed VIC-20 programming this far before the new millennium.

And don't forget: even the original Terminator was based on the 6502 microprocessor!

More: http://www.pelulamu.net/viznut/demos/...

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