I believe it’s from Thunderbolt and Lightfoot but I’m not 100% sure. I liked it a lot anyway so you should see it :)
"The thing about perfection is that it’s unknowable. It’s impossible but it’s also right in front of us all the time." - Kevin Flynn
Tron: 2.0 - The ret-conned sequel to Disney’s 1982 movie Tron, is now available for purchase on the Steam platform! (The only other way to play it is to download it illegally.)
About: Over 35 levels of challenging gameplay — Race at the speed of light, fight off computer Viruses and engage in violent digital combat.
Alan Bradley has finally perfected the technology to digitize people, which allows humans to enter the internal world of a computer. His program, “”Ma3a,”” has AI sophisticated enough to store the entire gene code of a person and the mathematical equations necessary to transfer people back and forth between the physical and digital world.
However, fCon — Future Control Industries — has learned of Alan’s research and is moving to take over the company. When Alan disappears mysteriously, finding him is up to Jet, his son. Jet uses his father’s technology to enter the computer world and, while investigating his father’s disappearance, discovers a sinister plot.
Four “”primitive”” weapons — disk, rod, ball, and mesh — are encountered in the computer world, though the disk is the only weapon that can be used both offensively and defensively. Jet will also ride light-cycles, both the classic cycle from the 1982 film and a new “”experimental”” update from designer Syd Mead (also responsible for the original light-cycle design).
- Steam Cloud
- Requires agreement to a 3rd-party EULA
- Languages: English, Italian, German, Spanish, French
- 84/100 from Metacritic Online
- 26 Positive reviews from the Steam Online Community
- OS: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
- Processor: Pentium III or AMD Athlon 500MHz Processor
- Memory: 256 MB RAM
- Graphics: 32MB Direct3D compatible Video Card with Hardware T&L and 32-bit color
- DirectX: Version 9.0
- Hard Drive: 2458 MB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX compatible 16-bit Sound Card
Price: Originally $9.99, Tron 2.0 is now on sale for a limited time for $8.99!
they used to shout my name; now they whisper it
01. Buzzcut Season - Lorde
02. Don’t Ask Me Why - Laura Marling
03. Never Let Me Go - Florence + The Machine
04. Stop The Clocks - Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
05. After The Storm - Mumford & Sons
06. Get Home - Bastille
07. The Right Profession - Hospitality
08. Satellite Call - Sara Bareilles
09. Yellow Flicker Beat - Lorde
jonsnowday asked: Sam Flynn or
Your boss works for the CEO, and the CEO works for the shareholders. Now do you know who the biggest shareholder is? I don’t know, some kid.
dedicated to marysandersons
The “pulsing” flicker in some scenes in the computer world in TRON were the accidental result of a mix up during production. Each B&W 65mm frame of the film was printed on 20”x16” Kodalith high contrast film as high contrast positives which were then used to print as high contrast negatives. These positives and negatives were then colorized and used in the film. The Kodalith was produced by Kodak in the necessary size as a special order and the film boxes numbered in order of each batch produced so that there was a consistent film speed if used in order. However, this was misunderstood by the Tron crew and they were used in any random order which resulted in some frames being brighter/darker than others and resulted in the flickers as the film speed varied. Once this was found out, the film was used in order of production to minimize the effect, but in the end the producers actually added in more flickers and “zinger” sounds to represent the computer world glitching as Steven Lisberger described it. However, he digitally removed them from the 2011 Blu-ray release as they were not in his original vision of the film and he believed they detracted from the quality.
thank you <3 it means a lot that my programs enjoy what i’m trying to do here !!
and yes i like that the url represents both movies !