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[Tier: Vault]NES Takeshi no Chousenjou (JPN) "warp glitch" in 03:51.17 by was0x.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2015-12-31)
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Submission #4949 — Author's comments
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Obsoletes movie #2780 (03:51.8)
Rating: 4.4 (6 votes)
   
- Major skip glitch
- Heavy glitch abuse
- Genre: Adventure
- Genre: Platform
Created by a Japanese comedian who hated video games, this game was meant to be near impossible to complete. Rumor has it that at one point the player must leave the controller untouched for 1 hour and fight a "final boss" with over a million hit-points. Although this isn't true, the game makes no sense, which is why it is so hard to beat.

The author, was0x, instead completes the game in a mere 4 minutes by simply walking off the edge of existence and magically ending at the final treasure room.

Additionally, he beats his previous run by 0.63 seconds via some really tight improvements.

If you want to see more of the game, we also have a run that forgoes the warp glitch.

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