|Format||Commodore 64 Demo|
|Release date||August 1996|
|Released for||Driven 4K Compo (3rd)|
This is the first of the 4K Party series of demos, put together from a simple "fake fire" routine which was written over a couple of hours. When the demo is run, it initially generates about 9K of unrolled code to produce the effect and the most complex single piece of the construction was probably hardwiring the display routines for the rotating star.
Review: "For an exhilarating experience in fast-paced 'music, lights, action', T.M.R/Cosine's entry "4K Party" is one of the best examples of this kind of demo that I have ever seen."
Coolhand (Driven 4K Special)