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[Tier: Vault]NES Asterix (Europe) in 05:43.05 by Aglar & Randil.
FCEUX movie (.fm2) (date: 2010-12-23)
MKV file via BitTorrent (size: 11.25 MB, length: 08:24)
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Submission #2944 — Author's comments
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Obsoletes movie #1693 (06:04.05)
Rating: 6.1 (15.5 votes)
   
- Takes damage to save time
- Heavy luck manipulation
- Uses hardest difficulty
- Genre: Platform
The story of Asterix takes place in the year 50 BCE. All of Gaul has been occupied by the Romans except for a little village. Asterix and his Gallic companions live in that village, fighting the Romans. In this game, Julius Caesar has snatched Obelix, Asterix's best friend, and is about to feed him to lions! But before anyone can even blink, Asterix comes, kicks Julius' ass, and comes to the rescue of his friend!

This game is based on one of the most successful French comic book series of the same name. It has been successful since 1959, with more than 325 million comics sold worldwide.

By Toutatis! A bit more than a week after the latest published movie, it already got improved by 21 seconds!

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