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[Tier: Vault]DS You Have to Burn the Rope DS (unknown v1.1) in 00:26.28 by arandomgameTASer.
DeSmuME movie (.dsm) (date: 2015-07-08)
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Obsoletes movie #2233 (00:28.65)
Rating: 1.8 (6 votes)
   
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You Have to Burn the Rope is a very hard game. You have to burn the rope there.

More seriously, this is a Nintendo DS port of an intentionally trivial Flash game created by the Swedish student Kian "Mazapán" Bashiri. It was created as a satire, specifically to make fun of other games that limit the player's interaction by being easy, linear, or heavily controlled and jokingly ask at which point these games also cease to be games. -Bashiri

This run by arandomgameTASer uses the latest version of the game and beats the previous publication through an additional corner boost.

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