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[Tier: Vault][Fastest Completion]NES Crash 'n' the Boys: Street Challenge (USA) "best ending" in 11:30.55 by GuanoBowl.
FCEU movie (.fcm) (date: 2012-12-06)
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Rating: 5.1 (10.5 votes)
- Aims for maximum score
- Maximum kills
- Best ending
- Genre: Fighting
- Genre: Sport

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Crash 'n' the Boys: Street Challenge is part of the Kunio-kun series. Kunio is the protagonist of the series and the guardian of Nekketsu High School. His name has been localized in a variety of ways: "Crash" Cooney in this game, Mr. K in Renegade, Sam in Super Dodge Ball, and Alex in River City Ransom. In this game, representatives of the high schools compete in five no-holds-barred events.

In this run, GuanoBowl ends all the races early by knocking his opponent out. Rockets are purchased to make the hammer throw go farther and gum is used to help him hold his breath underwater. This run gets the extended ending by winning as Crash's school.

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