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[Fastest Completion]N64 Super Smash Bros. (JPN) in 05:25.43 by DennisBalow.
Mupen64 movie (.m64) (date: 2015-05-13)
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Rating: 7.3 (15 votes)
- Takes damage to save time
- Uses hardest difficulty
- Genre: Fighting
- Genre: Platform
Super Smash Bros. began a series of games that mixes characters from several Nintendo-made games into a unique fighting game. It relies not on wearing down the opponent's "life" but increasing damage until he or she can be literally knocked off the stage. Wildly popular, this game has inspired many lazy days of casual multiplayer gaming but also intense competitive tournaments that happen to this day.

This is the first speed-oriented TAS of this game to be published here. DennisBalow shows off super fast gameplay with Kirby on the hardest difficulty. The Japanese version was used for even faster attacking and movement speed.

We also have a Fox run that aims for entertainment instead of speed.

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