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[Fastest Completion][Has commentary]Linux Shovel Knight (3.3) "Shovel of Hope" in 39:37.68 by keylie.
libTAS movie (.ltm) (date: 2018-10-08)
MKV file via BitTorrent (Modern HQ) (size: 352.19 MB, length: 44:31)
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Submission #6100 — Author's comments
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Rating: 8.5 (8 votes)
- Uses death to save time
- Takes damage to save time
- Genre: Action
- Genre: Platform
Shovel Knight is a retro-esque 2D platformer released by Yacht Club Games in 2014, and inspired by mechanics from NES platform games. It initially featured Shovel Knight as the playable character, but then received additional campaigns with three other playable characters, namely Plague Knight, Specter Knight and King Knight.

keylie shovels his way through the Shovel of Hope campaign (which stars the titular character, Shovel Knight) and defeats the Enchantress in record time.

This is the first ever publication using libTAS, which lets people TAS games that were released on Linux. It's basically the Linux counterpart of Hourglass.

The encodes feature commentary as soft subtitles.
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