Here is Frozen Light, our quick 4K contribution to TUM 2013! Featuring raymarched procedural snowflakes and a nice Tchaikovsky-inspired soundtrack.
Download the archive: Frozen Light by Fulcrum
Aug 25 2013
This is a party-coded executable gfx for the Demodays 2013 surprise compo. The topic was “This app can’t open. The screen resolution is too low for ‘Music’ to run.” Not having a Windows 8 tablet, I started wondering just how low-res your computing device had to be to justify such an error… I aimed for a 1K, but stopped 96 byte short, not wanting to cut features nor converting everything to assembler. Here’s the executable: AndTheSoundcardIsntGreatEither_by_Fulcrum
Aug 04 2013
This is our 1K entry for Assembly 2013. It placed 5th out of 13 entries. I had a lot of fun making this.
WARNING: for the party version, you need a very fast graphics card and vsync enabled to see (and hear) this intro correctly. It should run about 68 seconds.
Aug 04 2012
Here is our contribution to the 4K intro compo at Assembly 2012. It’s been polished quite a bit more than the last 2 contributions. Note that the party version at Assembly contained some bugs that have been fixed here.
Get it here:
Finite Horizon Regret by Fulcrum
Jul 11 2012
You can download it here:
You can also watch a youtube version here, but notice that the quality isn’t remotely as good as the realtime visuals.
Mar 21 2012
This is a song I’ve been working on ever since I switched to Renoise, but the last components didn’t really fall into place until very recently. It’s a trance tune with some influences from the goa trance scene (though far more western). I had a lot of fun with it and it’s been a rewarding project. But there is such a thing as hanging around too long. So this past weekend, I went through and wrapped it up. Check it out, I think you’ll like it.
Meanwhile, Renoise 2.8 just came out with a bunch of new features. And here I am with already a half dozen ideas in my mind.
Get the Files: