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[Console-verified]NES Silver Surfer (USA) in 29:45.41 by Skaad & HardCoreMangeur.
FCEUX movie (.fm2) (date: 2012-11-04)
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- Pacifist version
- Genre: Action
- Genre: Shooter
Silver Surfer is a shoot 'em up released in 1990. You take control of the Silver Surfer across various levels that alternate between a side-scrolling and an overhead perspective.

The game is infamous for its legendary difficulty. The Silver Surfer has an enormous hitbox and can only take one hit, and there are many enemies cluttering each of the levels. To make matters worse, touching any wall, no matter how softly, results in instant death.

Despite this, Skaad and HardCoreMangeur ride through the game without harming a single enemy (except for the bosses, which are destroyed to be able to progress). Listen for the great music by the Follin brothers!

Watch a resync of this run being played back on a real console.
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