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Submission #2022: Cpadolf & hero of the day's SNES Super Metroid "any%, glitched" in 22:01.18

Console: Super NES
Game name: Super Metroid
Game version: JPN/USA
ROM filename: Super Metroid (JU) [!].swc
Branch: any%, glitched
Emulator: (unknown)
Movie length: 22:01.18
FrameCount: 79271
Re-record count: 48163
Author's real name: Filip Roskvist & Ryan Foley
Author's nickname: Cpadolf & hero of the day
Submitter: cpadolf
Submitted at: 2008-06-28 18:36:57
Text last edited at: 2008-06-28 22:32:56
Text last edited by: Bisqwit
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Status: published
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Emulator details

  • Emulator used: Snes9x 1.43v12(beta 10)
  • Sync settings: Use WIP1 timing
  • Allow Left+Right Up+Down

Note: A emulator with reset record capabilities is necessary to have when watching this run

Details of the run

  • Any% item collection
  • Low% item collection
  • No bosses fought
  • Aims for lowest realtime
  • Manipulates luck
  • Takes damage to save time
  • Abuses programming errors
  • Uses death as a shortcut
  • Is a rape

About the run

This is a completely new run which aims for the absolutely lowest realtime, aims to fight no bosses and it also finishes with the absolutely lowest possible number of items, 6. The run in general has been made possible by Kejardon, who discovered both the early tourian break in (though not as early as in this run) and the Motherbrain skip. You can read about his discovery in http://forum.metroid2002.com/index.php/topic,6016.0.html this thread, he has a big explanation on page 2, so go and read it. Entering Tourian without the speedbooster nor enough ammo for a CF was discovered by hero of the day, the mockball has a very big "boomerang" effect when turning around and then immediately turning back again which made him think that it was possible to use in order to get Samus lodged far enough into the door for the skip to work, and it evidently did. Note that any weird actions before entering a door, or entering a door in a seemingly suboptimal way is done to reduce door lag.

The run is completed in 00:12:35 ingame and in 22:01 in realtime (79271 frames). And you might want to fast forward the X-ray climbing when going in to tourian, it is about 3,5-4 minutes long.

Suggested Screenshot: 62065

Thanks to

Kejardon for discovering the glitches to make the run possible. gstick for a making a testrun (10%) which was used as a reference in tourian.

And the rest. moozooh, Tonski, catnap222 Saturn, Kriole, Taco, JXQ, evilchen, namespoofer, Terimakasih, Michael Flatley, Frenom and possibly someone else I forgot.


Bisqwit: Creating AVI. Delaying the acception for the benefit of those who dislike quick publications.

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