Tool-assisted game movies
When human skills are just not enough

Tool-assisted movies

Display options:
No screenshots
No tier icons
No flag icons
Sort by:

[Notable improvement] = Notable improvement
[Fastest Completion] = Fastest Completion

[Notable improvement][Fastest Completion]A2600 Barnstorming (USA) in 00:14.74 by MrWint.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2018-04-22)
MKV file via BitTorrent (Modern HQ) (size: 304.85 KB, length: 00:23)
MP4 file via BitTorrent (Compatibility) (size: 424.12 KB, length: 00:23)
Mirror archive.org (MKV Modern HQ)
Mirror archive.org (MP4 Compatibility)
Watch on (www.youtube.com)
Submission #5929 — Author's comments
Discuss this movie
Obsoletes movie #3545 (00:32.71)
Rating: 5.0 (6.5 votes)
- Aims for in-game time instead of real-time
- Takes damage to save time
- Uses easiest difficulty
- Genre: Racing
Barnstorming is an Atari 2600 video game designed by Steve Cartwright and published by Activision in 1982. The goal of the game is to fly through barns, while avoiding windmills and birds. There are four difficulties, going from 10 to 25 barns; this run uses the easiest one.

MrWint improves the previous TAS by 17.97 seconds (17.47 seconds in-game, reaching a time of 15.22 seconds in-game), thanks to abusing a glitch where hitting the top part of the barn just as one enters the barn gets counted. Please read the author's comments for more details.

Please read the welcome page if you haven't already done so. It explains the rules and methods that apply to all of these movies, particularly the use of savestates and frame advance. Also refer to our Glossary to understand terms we use, such as TAS or other unfamiliar terms.

Webmasters, please don't link directly to the files. Link to this page or the front page instead.
Republication of movies from this site is only allowed under the following conditions:
  1. Video and audio content must not be changed (including the pointers to this site).
  2. The movies must be prominently labeled as tool-assisted speedruns.
  3. The actual player(s) (always shown at this site) must be properly credited.
Do not label them with speculations. If unsure, ask the site staff for details.