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GBC Noddy and the Birthday Party (Europe) in 07:33.68 by Ready Steady Yeti.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2017-10-15)
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Rating: 5.1 (6 votes)
- Takes damage to save time
- Uses easiest difficulty
- Genre: Platform
Noddy and the Birthday Party is a platform game, developed by Tiertex Design Studios and published by BBC Multimedia, which was released in Europe in 2000. The game features the British children's literature and television character Noddy, and is set in Toyland, the fictional universe in which he resides. In the game's plot, Noddy has to prepare a birthday party for his friend Big-Ears. His tasks include gathering various items, such as party invitations, balloons, and candles.

This game was critically panned for its awkward controls, but that's a good thing in the eyes of a TASer. This run takes advantage of the game's extremely poor physics and level design and beats it in record time; Ready Steady Yeti prepares the whole birthday party in just seven and a half minutes.

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