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Tool-assisted game movies
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Submission #126: nji9's SNES Goof Troop in 30:48.22

Console: Super NES
Game name: Goof Troop
Game version: Europe
ROM filename: Goof Troop (E).smc
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Emulator: (unknown)
Movie length: 30:48.22
FrameCount: 92411
Re-record count: 902
Author's real name: Tom S.
Author's nickname: nji9
Submitter: nji9
Submitted at: 2004-07-22 21:56:57
Text last edited at: 2004-07-25 17:03:57
Text last edited by: Bisqwit
Download: Download (10689 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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Author's comments and explanations:
I finally got myself to do these timeattacks so here it goes.

The famous disney characther in the notsofamous title. The game is a "room" based action/puzzle game where you collect various items and solve various puzzles while keeping the enemies busy ;).

Here's what I had to tell:

I think think the movie is more interesting to those who actually played the game as its not so fast paced. Ofcourse there are things that are hard to pull of just by playing it, and some necessary randomness abuse.


Bisqwit: I've played this game and I recall it's not very challenging, except for the puzzles.
Anyway I'll have a look at this movie when I have time.

Phil: I have already played that game too and I think it should be better a 2 player game.


Bisqwit: I watched part of this movie, and I found it quite entertaining. I would like to publish it.
More than that, I would like to see a 2-player movie of it though.
Let's see.
Bisqwit: I decided to wait until someone makes a 2-player movie of this game. This movie is a demonstration of good planning, but because it's quite long and it's not really extraordinary, it does not fall into the category stated on the front page:
These are movies of various console games being played extraordinarily using an emulator as a tool to get over humanly limits such as "skill" and "reaction".
Also, as this is the first version of the movie by a beginning author, it's highly likely that it can be improved.

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