This is a mastered and more rounded version of a 4k demo tune I made last week for Evoke demoparty in Germany. It self generates itself from a tiny Windows 4kb EXE file. 4 kilobytes is the smallest possible file you can get on a PC due to cluster size. So the idea is that you cram as much music and graphics into 4kb as possible. This is hard seeing some modern development environments compile a 4MB file (aka 1000 times bigger) even if it's an empty program!! Header packing, code slicing, super packing, etc...
Original 4kb EXE and source (I think) in:
If you are going to run one of these files, please note that there is no loading screen!! Best thing to do is press enter on the EXE then wait for up to a minute for the audio to calculate (it's not realtime). If your v-scanner spits out some "virus" freak message it's probably because some dodgy-nob has used the same packing techniques as us (so just click ignore...promise!)
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