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[Fastest Completion]SegaCD Earthworm Jim: Special Edition (USA) in 28:47.4 by ElectroSpecter.
Gens movie (.gmv) (date: 2010-11-26)
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Submission #2917 — Author's comments
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Obsoletes movie #397 (29:04.35)
Rating: 7.2 (19.5 votes)
- Takes damage to save time
- Uses warps
- Heavy glitch abuse
- Genre: Platform
Earthworm Jim is the unlikely story of an earthworm who finds a suit with super powers and goes on a rampage to protect Earth and his puppy Peter(?). The game follows the absurd spirit of the story: for example, the suit can use Jim for a whip, there is a boss who attacks by vomiting fish, you fight lawyers in hell, and in one level, you swing on bungee cords made out of snot.

This movie improves the first run of this game, which was done on the Genesis version, by 16.94 seconds. However, the actual improvement is much larger since the Special Edition contains additional levels that are also played through in this TAS.

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