Commodore VIC-20 demos are demos written for the Commodore VIC-20 home computer.
On many classic 8-bit platforms, such as the Commodore 64 and the ZX Spectrum, the organized activity of democoding was started by crack intros, a side product of software cracking. This was not the case with VIC-20, whose userbase shifted to other platforms before the software pirates developed a crack intro culture of any kind. The VIC-20 demoscene was born at a much later time as an offshoot of existing scenes, particularly that of the Commodore 64.
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... The early 2000s (decade) saw a boom of VIC-20 demos competing in various competitions at several demo parties, particularly in Finland ... Many VIC-20 productions even took first places in major competitions such as at Alternative Party or the "oldskool" demo compo at the Assembly demo party, while competing ... Unlike most of the earlier VIC-20 demos, the demos of the 2000s (decade) were usually written for the plain machine without RAM expansions, although some of them ...