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SNES Inspector Gadget (USA) in 13:43.65 by BioSpark.
snes9x movie (.smv) (date: 2011-06-05)
MP4 file via BitTorrent (size: 45.56 MB, length: 17:31)
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Submission #3159 — Author's comments
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Obsoletes movie #1189 (14:00.25)
Rating: 6.4 (16 votes)
- Takes damage to save time
- Genre: Platform
Inspector Gadget is a cartoon series featuring a bumbling cyborg, his clever niece Penny and her super intelligent dog Brain. Despite his many useful abilities like helicoptering and a hand that comes out of his head, the Inspector must constantly rely upon Penny and Brain to defeat his arch-nemesis Dr. Claw week after week. However, in this game he must save Penny from several kidnappings without such aid. In another major departure from the television series, Dr. Claw's face is shown briefly.

The author abuses Inpector Gadget's gadgets to do things clearly not intended by the game designers. Whether floating through stages or grappling with his head-hand, large sections are skipped and bosses dispatched expeditiously.

This is an improvement of 16.60 seconds over the previous run by the same author due to general optimisation and more effort to reduce lag.

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