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Submission #4005: Soig's NES Super C "1 player" in 12:25.19

Console: Nintendo Entertainment System
Game name: Super C
Game version: USA
ROM filename: Super C (U) [!].nes
Branch: 1 player
Emulator: FCE Ultra 0.98.28
Movie length: 12:25.19
FrameCount: 44785
Re-record count: 9058
Author's real name: 陈立杰
Author's nickname: Soig
Submitter: Soig
Submitted at: 2013-07-10 07:37:06
Text last edited at: 2013-07-14 19:06:12
Text last edited by: feos
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Status: published
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Introduction:

This is my third movie for Super C. And it beats 267 frames. (=4.45 seconds.)

Native movie file (.fcm) is converted by FCEUX 2.1.5.

Some important comments:

Main Menu: 1 frame faster. It's same as my pacifist run.

Area 1: 90 frames faster. Using boss's bug helps me save time.

Area 2: 26 frames faster. Better route and better boss fighting.

Area 3: 8 frames faster. Better boss fighting. And I didn't lose 2 frames to kill the enemies behind player.

Area 4: 63 frames faster. Main improvement is from better boss fighting.

Area 5: 8 frames faster. Boss fighting...

Area 6: 1 frame faster. Due to 1 less lag frame.

Area 7: 38 frames faster. Faster walking.

Area 8: 32 frames faster. Faster walking...

There are more lag in my movie, though. So maybe I should change to use FCEUX next time. Because it can show me the number of lag frames any time. But for this movie, I won't improve it again. Because it's good enough to me. And I'm very glad to see someone improve my movie soon.

Future improvements:

Less lag.

Using S and F better.

Better walking.


Nach: Judging.

feos: HD youtuber.


Nach: Accepting as improvement to existing run.

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