The last crazy compo to announce before the party is of course stylishly the one that promises the fiercest battle - the famous 8-bit quiz! As all of our crazy compos, it appears irregularly - but this one always has a great and positive response. Do you know who or what is Denaris? Are you sure that Commander Jameson is not a drink? Then you can fight for the title! Which one? Read on... read full article >
Are you all brains? Get regularly bored by the difficulty of the quizes at Forever? Then we've got the right crazy compo for you - Fort Katakis! This game will make you shift into higher mental gear and if you win, you can easily crack New York Times crosswords (if they concern 8-bit gaming, that is). Need more info? Click it! >> read full article >
Oukey doukey, now when we know that there will be a Forever, preparations can go on rolling in high gear. Music quizes are always top notch at the party. Almost at the touch of your fingertips is now the hardest and easiest music quiz at Forever ever. Perplexed? Here's a link that will explain everything. read full article >
Do you have your favourite funny scene from an 8-bit game? Or even better – do you think there’s one which really missed out on a great opportunity for laughing out loud? Are you sure you could improve it? Or remember / can imagine some great fun around our 8-bit pets? Then this crazy compo is right for you. Play it live at Forever 10 in the 8-bit Theater compo! read full article >
So you thought we would start introducing the Forever compos with a fat article on the main compos, summing up the rules and deadlines and giving you information on the compo machines? Ha, got you! The first compo to introduce is a crazy writing compo, and if that’s not enough, we nail it (or you) with that you’ll have to write in rhymes! Prepare some ink and click on the link! read full article >
We have been organizing Forever parties for 10 years.
Counting from March 2000, there has been a continuous line of unprecedented stability in the history of the 8-bit scene. Every single year, every 3rd weekend in March we brought you an unforgettable encounter of the 3 major 8-bit scenes. Atari, Speccy and C64 scene. And the next year, commemorating the most inspiring author in both the history of the science fiction and computers, Arthur C. Clarke (December 16, 1917 - March 19, 2008), we are bringing you the 11th one: Forever 2010 | The 8-bit Odyssey.
To make sure this will be another great Forever, we are
launching a Forever Party News site, which will keep you up to date with our plans and should inspire you to follow next year's hardcore "science fiction and space exploration" (and 8-bit longevity) theme. read full article >