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[Tier: Vault]DS Rubik's World (USA) in 01:20.23 by Kumquat & alden.
DeSmuME movie (.dsm) (date: 2010-04-16)
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Rating: 4.8 (24.5 votes)
   
- Genre: Puzzle
Combining the Nintendo DS's touch screen capabilities with a classic puzzle game and adding in a touch of the tool-assisted yields... a tool-assisted run of a classic puzzle game, joining the ranks of several other quirky movies similar in character. While tool-assistance may on the surface seem trivial in this case, a decidedly non-trivial amount of luck manipulation was used to create a cube solvable in the fewest possible moves. Further, the game only counts moves in quarter turns, making the number of moves used even more impressive.

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