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SNES Super Turrican (USA) in 11:30.58 by Cardboard.
snes9x movie (.smv) (date: 2008-06-08)
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Obsoletes movie #1015 (12:48.22)
Rating: 7.2 (21.5 votes)
- Forgoes time-saving damage
- Uses hardest difficulty
- Genre: Action
- Genre: Platform

This movie has been obsoleted!

Click here to see the movie that obsoleted it.
Super Turrican (1993) is the fifth game of the Turrican series, popular in the times of C64 and Amiga. It features Contra-like run'n'gun action crossbred with Metroid-esque exploration-driven level design and character abilities, while also being quite colorful and having remarkable soundtrack.

This is a 77 seconds improvement over the previous movie by Pasky13, achieved mostly through optimized movement and weapon usage.

Despite having the same name as its NES counterpart, it's not the same game. Curiously, while this version was made without Manfred Trenz (the original Turrican series designer/developer), the NES one was produced by him alone.
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