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[Tier: Vault]NES Donkey Kong Jr. (JPN/USA) in 01:13.23 by FerretWarlord.
FCEU movie (.fcm) (date: 2005-10-15)
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A very important part of Nintendo's history is being presented here in the manner of our website -- as a tool-assisted speedrun.

Donkey Kong Junior (read Wikipedia article), among with Donkey Kong, were classic games that were played by millions of players on different consoles, including NES, Atari 2600 and Game and Watch.

Although one would not expect a movie of Donkey Kong Jr. to be interesting to watch, except in the retro sense, this movie is actually quite surprising. The vines are cleverly utilized to move the hero forward faster than any member of the Kong family before or after this game.

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