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[Console-verified][Fastest Completion]NES Marble Madness (USA) in 02:42.07 by Aglar & LeKukie.
FCEUX movie (.fm2) (date: 2020-12-07)
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Obsoletes movie #1728 (02:43.01)
Rating: 7.4 (7 votes)
- One player in a multiplayer game
- Genre: Platform
- Genre: Racing
Marble Madness is an isometric game similar in its style to Snake Rattle 'n Roll. The objective in these two games is quite different, though. In this game, the player must roll a marble from one point to another. This is, of course, not as easy as it sounds, and certainly not as easy as it looks in this movie.

This run is 0.94 seconds faster than the previous record.

A second encode is available using a camera hack to focus on the marble, which subtly alters the gameplay.

Watch a resync of this run being played back on a real console.
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