Tool-assisted game movies
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Submission #428: BiroZombie's NES Track & Field in 08:52.55

Console: Nintendo Entertainment System
Game name: Track & Field
Game version: (USA)
ROM filename: Track & Field (U).nes
Emulator: (unknown)
Movie length: 08:52.55
FrameCount: 31953
Re-record count: 452
Author's real name: Bob Bible
Author's nickname: BiroZombie
Submitter: birozombie
Submitted at: 2004-11-21 01:19:32
Text last edited at: 2004-11-21 02:54:13
Text last edited by: Phil
Download: Download (2400 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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Author's comments and explanations:
-The emulator that was FCE Ultra

-No warps or passwords were used

-No programming errors were found

-No damage was received

-Aims for the highest score

This is just a game where you try to achieve the highest score/times in an olympic style type. It's basically a button-masher throughout most of the game. Other events, such as the Javelin Throw, Shooting and Archery, do require you (to the best of your ability) to achieve great accuracy and reaction speed.

The making of this movie was fun, but a challenge, as I have to be as close to perfect as possible. Granted, the times in the running events aren't the fastest, I was still able to receive quite a high score, overall (since this is for the highest score). The hardest event for myself was probably Archery, as it had to be accurate in hitting the target. It'd taken quite a bit of re-recording for that event.

All of these are automatically calculated...

Length: 8:53

Frames: 31953

Re-record (undo) count: 452

High score in the game: 240,803

Phil: Bad played. You've managed to beat the high score of my movie because of the shooting event that I want to show different possibilities. Even Arc's video shows superior record. So this is rejected.

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