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[Tier: Vault][Fastest Completion]NES Battle Formula: Super Spy Hunter (USA) in 23:38.42 by adelikat & Randil.
FCEU movie (.fcm) (date: 2008-08-08)
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Obsoletes movie #102 (24:52.62)
Rating: 5.0 (22 votes)
   
- Takes damage to save time
- Genre: Shooter
Super Spy Hunter (1992) was originally released in Japan under the name Battle Formula (バトルフォーミュラ). The game has "become" a sequel to Spy Hunter, the arcade classic from 1983, already after its initial release — when the developer purchased the license from Midway.

Since the main character drives a wheeled vehicle, this game shows to be the rare kind of a variable scrolling speed shooter, where you can slow the car down if you can't keep up with the action (which obviously never happens in a TAS). The core gameplay holds true to its spiritual predecessor, but this time it's spiced up with stage bosses and various sorts of powerups.

This movie is a 1 minute 14 second improvement over the previous one thanks to increased precision, lag reduction, and better boss fighting.

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