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Submission #3737: Spikestuff's DS Point Blank DS in 05:10.23

Console: Nintendo DS
Game name: Point Blank DS
Game version: unknown
ROM filename: Point Blank DS.nds
Emulator: desmume 0.9.8
Movie length: 05:10.23
FrameCount: 18560
Re-record count: 1090
Author's real name: Adam Stamatakos
Author's nickname: Spikestuff
Submitter: Spikestuff
Submitted at: 2012-11-03 14:24:19
Text last edited at: 2012-12-18 02:42:43
Text last edited by: Spikestuff
Download: Download (5698 bytes)
Status: decision: cancelled
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Author's comments and explanations:

Changing to cancel read Nach's and Tanget's comments on this arcade shooter game... Peace!

Thank you guys in IRC for telling me if something was ear piecing or not. This is the non-ear-rape version with no ONE BULLET minigame (which forces it not to be the highest possible score) in the Game Point Blank DS.

(Link to video)

Game objectives

  • Play a variety of mini-games without any one bullet mini-games (one bullet makes it boring)
  • In writing that^ making it as fast as possible

Why Did I do this?

Simple really now with the added "Vault" I decided to do Point Blank DS so it can actually go into that and not be missing out due to giving possible cancer (thanks jlun2).


Identical Sample

Objective: Match 15 Time: 25 Seconds You need to match up the animals with the "sample" provided at the top of the screen. Result: Matched 25 in 25 seconds

Shooting Skeletons

Objective: Shoot 40 Skeletons Time: 20 Seconds I needed to avoid spamming around in this level. Thankfully the skeletons actually have a set spawn time and if all shot it makes up a new spawn etc. etc. Result: Shot 59 in 20 seconds

Shooting Birds

Thank you IRC guys for telling me if they're in pain or not. Objective: Shoot 62 Birds Time: 20 seconds The birds come down a stream and you basically shoot them. If you spam it you make a very noisy machine gun affect. Result: Shot 99 in 20 seconds

Trays and Cans

Objective: Collect 20 Cans Time: 20 seconds In the other tas the Doctor was basically stationary the whole time (which isn't good as it was painful to hear) I let mine run trying to actually shoot it in. Result: Collected 50 in 20 seconds

Bonus Game

Failing is faster than getting something. I checked box 2 and 4 are empty and 1 and 3 have a heart in it, just in-case you were curious

Clay Targets

Objective: Shoot 19 Disks with 20 bullets Time: 20 seconds The Disks go at a set time and you have to hit them. Wasted my bullets at the end. Result: Shot 19 wasted 20 in 17 seconds

Shoot The Criminals with Guns

Objective: Shoot 18 Criminals with guns Time: 15 seconds Simple just shoot the criminals with guns. Also suggesting screenshot from this level at frame 11151 Result: Shot 29 in 15 seconds

Find the Errors

Objective: Shoot 17 with 21 bullets Errors Time: 21 seconds Basically it's "spot the difference" only with guns Result: Shot 21 wasted 5 in 20 seconds

Keep the UFO's Away

Objective: Save the Doctor Don/Dan in the Time: 20 seconds I did that I checked for ear rape hear didn't get any if you guys encounter pain in the ears I'll redo this stage. I also show a little glitch that the game thinks you saved him even though they got away with him Result: Shot 93 in 20 seconds

Final Stage

Objective: Shoot the fireworks... in 10 seconds You don't really have to but I did anyway because I wanted to end it at the put name screen Result: Shot 30 in 10 seconds

Enter the name

Objective: Put your name in Time: 20 seconds Name TAS then I hit done. If you view it with frame advance or pause the encode you'll see another little glitch, if you input the name to fast this occurs. Result: Shot "T" "A" "S" "Done" in .something of a second

Sorry if I make anyone upset

frame 11151: http://i.imgur.com/8mPD4.png Or any frame from the UFO level

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