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Submission #1771: pekopon's GB Looney Tunes in 09:56.23

Console: Game Boy
Game name: Looney Tunes
Game version: USA
ROM filename: Looney Tunes (U) [ ! ].gb
Emulator: (unknown)
Movie length: 09:56.23
FrameCount: 35774
Re-record count: 4365
Author's real name: Brian Inwood
Author's nickname: pekopon
Submitter: pekopon
Submitted at: 2007-11-23 21:13:31
Text last edited at: 2007-11-24 01:50:24
Text last edited by: pekopon
Download: Download (3140 bytes)
Status: decision: cancelled
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Author's comments and explanations:
I used VBA re-recording v19.3 to record this run.

Mentionable Moments

Daffy Duck Stage

-I use the down hill ramps to keep up a fast pace.

-Swimming is just as fast as walking under water.

-I take a hit at the boss to get an extra hit in quickly

Tweety Bird Stage

-Getting hit by flying objects can speed you up depending on where you are hit.

-most of my re-records in this stage came from trying to ride on Sylvester at the end of the stage

Porky Pig Stage

-I got hit at the first boss to save a small amount of time.

-Used turbo controller to clobber the boss quickly

Tazmanian Devil Stage

This stage caused the most trouble for me. Spinning through the bricks causes severe lag. I reduce it by not spinning through a lot of bricks, so it's a fairly uneventful stage.

Speedy Gonzalies Stage

-I get hit by a skeleton enemy to cause the speed boost trick.

-I had to get the invincible to get through the rest of the stage quickly, and alive

Road Runner Stage

-the Wile E. Coyote fight went very well. got hit once to save time.

Bugs Bunny Stage

-I got hit twice in one room to save time.

-I had to get a health bottle so I could do the speed up trick. I only had one health left, so I wouldn't have been able to do it unless I got it.

-Elmer Fudd went very well.

This is my very first finished TAS, so I'm pretty excited. Granted, it is a very short game, but those are fun too.

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