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Submission #4381: kusoman's NES Super Mario Bros "glitchless" in 06:00.99

Console: Nintendo Entertainment System
Game name: Super Mario Bros
Game version: JPN/USA
ROM filename: Super Mario Bros. (Japan, USA).nes
Branch: glitchless
Emulator: FCEUX 2.1.5
Movie length: 06:00.99
FrameCount: 21695
Re-record count: 74
Author's real name: 謝路逖
Author's nickname: kusoman
Submitter: kusoman
Submitted at: 2014-07-30 17:29:39
Text last edited at: 2014-08-03 09:51:05
Text last edited by: Mothrayas
Download: Download (101459 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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Author's comments and explanations:
I haven't seen any glitchless TASes of this lately so I decided to make one sure it still does the jump through enemies and pirhanna plants tricks but no walking through bricks glitched flagpoles no nothing a glitch free TAS. I wanted to find a glitch free run but it seems there are none to this is my TAS.


Mothrayas: Hello kusoman, and welcome to TASVideos.

Unfortunately, I am rejecting your submission, as it does not meet the standards of optimization in order to the published on this site. There are a lot of unnecessary slowdowns, pauses and other errors which cause the run to lose a lot of time. For more information about the technical flaws in this run, see this post.

Also, "glitchless" is not a good category as there is very little difference between a standard glitched run and a glitchless run; an optimized glitchless run would only save a handful of seconds at best compared to a standard run.

Additionally, Super Mario Bros. is not recommended for new TASers to try and submit a movie of, as the existing runs are already very thoroughly optimized and very hard to improve, and they also set a very high standard for runs of the game.

I recommend you take a good look at runs like [1715] NES Super Mario Bros. (JPN/USA PRG0) "warps" by HappyLee in 04:57.31 to see what kind of quality we expect for a tool-assisted speedrun to be accepted on this site. Be sure to also read and understand the Guidelines in order to see what is needed for a TAS worthy to publish on the site.


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