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Re: Dr Who Demo
Posted on 7-Apr-2012 13:57:58
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Hey, Paul McGann rules as the Doctor!.

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@_ThEcRoW

He does, but the script for the movie sucked.

I hope he comes back next year for the 50th celebration special.

His Big Finish adventures are worth listening to.

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Re: Dr Who Demo
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@Darrin

Nah... none of the modern day doctors can hold a candle to any of the originals...

Jon Pertwee & Tom Baker were the best and so were the original series...

Only thing I would say was worse than the modern day Dr Who's were the movies starring Peter Cushing & Roy Castle, they were a crime against humanity not just the Daleks...

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@Franko

I have fond memories of the movies. As a kid I actually thought Peter Cushing was the original Doctor Who. It was only when I got into the Target books and discovered the real stories prior to Jon Pertwee that I learned about Pat Troughton and William Hartnell.

I can actually remember watching the Three Doctors as a kid and thinking "who's that strange scruffy man and that old chap on the monitor?"

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I used to have a great Dr Who screen saver for the PC. It was a cartoon where the TARDIS would appear, a random animated Doctor would stick his head out and a see a Dalek/Sontaran/Cyberman approaching. He would then go back inside and the TARDIS would take off and fly through the vortex before repeating the same routine. Occasionally K9 would emerge instead and blast the Dalek with his laser.

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All this talk about Dr Who got me playing through most of my old DVD's the past couple of days and the theme tunes been going round and round in my head...

So I decided to redo the best ever Dr Who theme tune form the 7th Doctor era and here is the result (The videos naff but the tune aint too bad)...

Best played loud and through a decent hi/fi & speakers to hear the all the differences from the original track...

Dr Who 7 Theme Tune - Regenerated...

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@Franko

Best alternative version I've heard of the Dr Who theme tune is by Orbital, very cool Remix.

Good effort with the YouTube vid.

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@Franko

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So I decided to redo the best ever Dr Who theme tune form the 7th Doctor era and here is the result (The videos naff but the tune aint too bad)...


I see you used the Jon Pertwee photo where he's about to grab Liz Shaw's knockers.

Out of interest, apart from Dalek Attack which I remember on the Amiga and C64, what other Dr Who games were released for the old Commodore computers?

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@Darrin, Franko, TrebleSix

I was playing with Hollywood today and I had an inspiration:
why not mod some of the Andreas Pac-Man (well, Holly-Man) demo? So here it is ...
I thought about using a Dr. Who sprite as Pac-Man, a few Daleks sprites as ghosts and the Orbital remix as BGM music.

The first mod is pretty crappy, but maybe with time.....

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@g0blin

Link?

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@Darrin

Not yet, unfortunatly. I'm visiting my wife's relatives in Naples ......
I'll keep you posted.

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@g0blin

Oh dear, visiting the "outlaws". At least mine are in Australia.

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@Rudei

Never heard of Orbital were they one of the cracking crews/ demos scenes !!!

(got a link to their demo)



@ Darrin

Think there were three or four Dr Who titles between the Amiga & C64 but all I remember about them is they were rubbish...

Reckon Jon Pertwee was just about to adjust some large controls in that photo (least that was the excuse he used)...



@ Goblin

Never played with Hollywood before, usually these days I just end up playing with... erm... by myself ...


PS: Anyone ever heard the old single by Jon Pertwee from 1972 "I am The Doctor"....

Some of lyrics are a bit weird...

Jon Pertwee sings...

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@Darrin

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Oh dear, visiting the "outlaws".


Well, it's not that bad but both my wife and my son get pretty bored soon with the result that they don't leave me alone a single minute!

@Franko
Never played with Hollywood? If I can finish the demo I'll send you the link. Just ... don't shoot the piano player ....

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Posted on 12-Apr-2012 12:36:53
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@g0blin

i have looked through my collection now (well, a while ago) and i couldnt find the complete demo... i am sure i have it but no idea where :(

I got the scene archives cds aswell, not checked them yet but thats like 12 cds i belive (of scene stuff) but i guess there's others who have done that?.

thanks for reminding me g0blin.



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@Toaks

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thanks for reminding me g0blin.


No problem. This thing got us all hyped up!

I even started to mod "Holly-man" (Andreas clone of Pac-Man made with Hollywood).
I used Daleks instead of ghosts and Dr Who instead of Pac-Man

Trouble is, I can't really find decent sprites on the net. Daleks are ok, but the Doctor ....
I actually found some sprites but with no animation frames and it will take to long to me to develop new ones.

Anyway, when the (shitty) prototype is finished I'll send you guys the download link.

Best regads
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@g0blin

i'll check the scene archives ASAP... but hmm i think someone in here allready did that too or????

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@Toaks

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i think someone in here allready did that too or????


Yes, but with no result ....

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@g0blin

Quote:

g0blin wrote:
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i think someone in here allready did that too or????


Yes, but with no result ....


Crap!, i'll check again and again here.

as i said, i am 100% sure someone gave it to me over IRC many many moons ago, you know... when my brain was infested with Dwarf spaceships and WHo everywhere. :D

btw.. old cds is really bad, many of them i simply can't read anymore, no scratches etc but the write area is peeling off :(

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