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Submission #3383: SuperFlorian12's DS WarioWare: Touched! in 29:50.84

Console: Nintendo DS
Game name: WarioWare: Touched!
Game version: USA
ROM filename: trm-wwtp.nds
Emulator: (unknown)
Movie length: 29:50.84
FrameCount: 107139
Re-record count: 5171
Author's real name: Florian Merk
Author's nickname: SuperFlorian12
Submitter: SuperMario12
Submitted at: 2011-11-29 21:32:53
Text last edited at: 2015-01-01 01:23:20
Text last edited by: CoolKirby
Download: Download (25776 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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Author's comments and explanations:
Hi, this is my first TAS and also my first submission. The game is WarioWare: Touched! by Nintendo.

Game objectives

  • Emulator used: DeSmuME-0.9.7
  • Genre: minigame compilation
  • Restarts game to save time
  • Manipulates luck


Restarting the game

The cutscenes in this game are not skipable while playing the game the first time, but by reseting in the right moment, the game thinks I already watches this cutscene and allows me to skip it after reseting.

Luck manipulation

The only time I used luck manipulation is in the end to get the credits out of the ufo.

I hope thats enough, I'm not good in describing stuff. :/


(Link to video)

DarkKobold: Mini-game-based games are generally like sports titles, unless something absolutely amazing happens, they won't make for a very entertaining or impressive TAS. Games like Brain Age are the exception more than the rule. Even though you did well, this is pretty much considered a bad game choice. If you'd like help picking a better game, please talk to us in the forums!

adelikat Unrejecting this submission for consideration into the Vault tier

Mothrayas: Judging in consideration of the vault.

Mothrayas: WarioWare does not lend itself to speedrun records. All regular microgames go on a fixed timer and are therefore always the same speed. The boss games are always either also time-independent or simple and trivial to do, and are also in a significant minority compared to the other microgames. Because of these factors, I don't consider this speedrun as standing out from unassisted play of the game, which goes against the Vault standards. Therefore, rejecting.

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