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[Notable improvement]SNES Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday (USA) "demo glitch" in 09:43.01 by Challenger.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2017-12-07)
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Submission #5717 — Author's comments
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Rating: 7.1 (4 votes)
- Takes damage to save time
- Major skip glitch
- Uses hardest difficulty
- Genre: Action
- Genre: Platform
Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday is a 1995 side-scrolling platform video game developed by Phoenix Interactive Entertainment and published by Sunsoft for the SNES. The goal of the game is to guide the main character, Porky Pig from the Warner Bros. cartoons, through his nightmares.

The story goes as follows: On the night before Porky Pig's vacation starts, he goes to bed. Asleep, he starts having nightmares where he meets various scary characters. In order to wake up, he must travel through all of the levels in the game.

Challenger skips the majority of the game thanks to the help of a demo glitch.

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