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Submission #4292: Kaizoboy's Windows Doge's Adventure in 00:47.52

Console: Windows
Game name: Doge's Adventure
Game version: unknown
ROM filename: Doge's adventure.exe
Branch:
Emulator: Hourglass r81
Movie length: 00:47.52
FrameCount: 2851
Re-record count: 65
Author's real name: Luciano
Author's nickname: Kaizoboy
Submitter: Kaizoboy
Submitted at: 2014-04-30 14:11:35
Text last edited at: 2014-05-03 17:01:06
Text last edited by: Mothrayas
Download: Download (663 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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(Link to video)
Mediafire (3MB): http://www.mediafire.com/download/is4bfbn1cifve1v/doge's_adventure.mkv

Game objectives

  • Emulator used: <hourglass r81>
  • <pick 15 potatoes>
  • <nothing more>
  • <nothing more>

Comments

This is a TAS of a game that I've made in 2 hours I think and it's so hard for me to play normally =[ But if you want to try it here's a download link: http://goo.gl/CcJu0m and about the game, well, I don't have so much to talk about it, you control a dog and pick potatoes, only that.


Mothrayas: Judging.

Mothrayas: When Windows TASing was conceived, one concern that came up was the fact that any piece of shovelware created with little effort could be run and published as a TAS on the site. This run is a perfect example of that: a run of a shovelware game made in 2 hours. In order to prevent such runs of bad, un-noteworthy games being published, the Vault has a rule that "Unlicensed and homebrew games are eligible but may be judged on a game-by-game basis based on their notability". This game obviously fails on notability, not even being available anywhere than the link provided in this submission.

In addition, even for such a simple game, the technical quality of the run is poor, and the run is improvable by over 10 seconds - over one fifth of this run's length.

As such, rejecting this run for poor play and bad game choice.


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