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NES Solar Jetman: Hunt for the Golden Warpship (USA) in 24:09.23 by Slotermeyer.
FCEU movie (.fcm) (date: 2005-08-01)
MP4 file via BitTorrent (size: 39.39 MB, length: 25:08)
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Not rated
- Uses death to save time
- Takes damage to save time
- Uses warps
- Genre: Shooter

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Solar Jetman is a space adventure game where the main excitement comes from the physics of the game.

In the game, you explore planets with a small module you fly around, towing fuel tanks and other artifacts back to the mother ship, often from planets with a ridiculous level of gravity and narrow hazardous caverns. Anyone who has played this game surely knows how difficult it can be, while being entertaining for hours after hours.

There are a few different modules to fly, and even a password option, but none of these were used in this movie.

This movie completes the game through a few secret warps, extensive usage of the afterburner, a few clever tricks of maneuvering and a few timebombs.

Not many people have previously seen the ending of this game, but now you can watch and listen to it for free.

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