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SNES Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill (USA) in 15:21.38 by tormented.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2020-11-29)
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- Takes damage to save time
- Uses easiest difficulty
- Unofficial game
- Genre: Platform
Socks the Cat Rocks the Hill is a platform game developed by Realtime Associates for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It stars Socks, Bill Clinton's real-life presidential pet, who must make his way to the White House to warn the president that foreign spies have stolen nuclear missiles from the government. Along the way, he battles several notable U.S. political figures such as Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush, Ross Perot, and Rush Limbaugh.

The game is notable for its complicated release history; originally scheduled for fall 1993, it was ultimately shelved due to its publisher going under. A prototype cartridge was eventually discovered in 2011, and a Kickstarter by collector Tom Curtin was successfully able to release the game in 2018.

With the help of various glitches and tricks, tormented navigates Socks to the Oval Office in just over 15 minutes.

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