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[Fastest Completion]NES Circus Caper (USA) in 07:03.75 by DrD2k9.
FCEUX movie (.fm3) (date: 2017-05-13)
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Submission #5471 — Author's comments
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Obsoletes movie #3328 (07:03.88)
Rating: 6.1 (6 votes)
- Takes damage to save time
- Heavy glitch abuse
- Genre: Action
- Genre: Platform
A boy named Tim and his little sister Judy go to a circus. They want to buy tickets to enter the circus, but they only have money for one ticket, so only Judy goes in. After the show, the boy is at the exit to meet Judy when she comes out, but when she doesn’t the boy sneaks into the circus to rescue his sister from the ringmaster Mr. Magic who has taken her hostage.

The game is a platformer, you must get past many clowns, tightrope artists, and pools of water filled with alligators. You can also go into small tents to play mini-games.

This run improves its predecessor by 0.13 second through better movement and luck manipulation.

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