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Submission #1692: Cardboard and zggzdydp's GBA Castlevania - Circle of The Moon "warp glitch" in 05:22.95

Console: Game Boy Advance
Game name: Castlevania - Circle of The Moon
Game version: USA
ROM filename: Castlevania - Circle of the Moon (U) [!].gba
Branch: warp glitch
Emulator: (unknown)
Movie length: 05:22.95
FrameCount: 19377
Re-record count: 6336
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Author's nickname: Cardboard and zggzdydp
Submitter: zggzdydp
Submitted at: 2007-09-11 11:13:16
Text last edited at: 2007-09-25 13:58:15
Text last edited by: adelikat
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Status: published
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Author's comments and explanations:

This run improves OgreSlayer's glitched run of Castlevania: Circle Of The Moon. The run basically warps straight to Dracula.

It is 671 frames (11.1833... seconds) faster than the published run, and the improvements comes from more precise movements, lag reduction and less DSS-triggering versus Dracula.

The first 7500 frames were played by Cardboard, and the rest of the run was played by zggzdydp, except for a minor part of the last Dracula battle.

I started this run a long time back but only played up until the summoning part since I never got a grip of the idea. After seeing zggzdydp's 100% TAS of the game, I sent him my WIP, and was very satisfied when I saw what he did with it :)

Cardboard sent me his WIP and told me his opinion, I believe that it can be improved. Then I continued it. :)


NesVideoAgent: Hi! I am a robot. I took a few screenshots of this movie and placed them here. Here goes! Feel free to clean up the list.

Truncated: Accepted as an improvement to our current short movie.


adelikat: Processing.

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