MC-Paddy I

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MC-Paddy I (1989) was the first of three "only 72 hours"-Demos created by the swiss trio Asterix, TMP and Warlock.

The idea behind those parties was to create an entire demo from scratch in three days time.

The name MC-Paddy stands for MC (Machine Code) Paddy (Party) and was to be understood as a bit of a programming marathon.

Two other MC-Paddies followed this one: MC-Paddy II and MC-Paddy III.

MC-Paddy I Demo (Download)

MC-Paddy I (1989)
MC-Paddy I (1989)