Submission #4626: Mothrayas's NES 2-in-1 Street Dance + Hit Mouse "Street Dance, all tracks" in 57:26.31
Author's comments and explanations:
Mothrayas' NES Street Dance & Hit Mouse "Street Dance, all tracks" in 57:26.31
- Emulator used: FCEUX 2.2.2
- Plays all tracks
- Aims for score, high score, or scoring percentage
About the game
2-in-1 Street Dance + Hit Mouse
is an unlicensed NES game with an unknown release date, though it is speculated to have been released after 2008. Besides the latter half of the game settling once and for all the dispute on legitimacy of left+right or up+down input (seriously, just watch this run), it also features an assortment of 12 music tracks, which was enough to get the YouTube encode of this movie blocked in a few countries, including Japan and the United States.
The ROM is surprisingly only 2 megabytes in size. The tracks are stored as 4-bit ADPCM audio and are heavily segmented (which is more obvious with some tracks than others). Enjoy the sound quality!
And yes, that is a dancing Jar Jar Binks you're seeing there.
- Boom Boom Dollar (King Kong & D Jungle Girls)
- Boys (SMiLE.dk)
- Bad Wei (5, 6, 7, 8 by Steps)
- Rap House (Kick Da Vibe by Rat House)
- Dub I Dub (ME&MY)
- Spaish Dance (El Baile del Pescao by Aldo Ranks)
- Hero (Miss Papaya)
- Butter Fly (SMiLE.dk)
- Barbie Girl (Aqua)
- The Rhythm of the Night (Corona)
- Get Ready for This (2 Unlimited)
- Two Times (Ann Lee)
Every track is repeated twice.
I'll just leave this here
[02:19:12] <FluffyTheMoth> any misses are intentional
[02:19:21] <FluffyTheMoth> plentiful too, but mostly intentional
[02:22:24] <FluffyTheMoth> the reason is because the scoring system is buggy as hell
[02:22:35] <FluffyTheMoth> even if you hit everything, you won't get a perfect score
[02:22:44] <FluffyTheMoth> even if you get a perfect score, it displays as 0%
[02:23:06] <FluffyTheMoth> you can even hit enough targets that the score overflows past 25500
[02:23:24] <FluffyTheMoth> so some tracks I aim for 99% score, some for 25500 score, some just hit everything
No comments. Just watch.
Bonus trivia: This run was entirely bot-generated, from beginning to end. You wouldn't think I'd do all of this by hand, would you?
: While the run itself is solid, I cannot bring myself to accept a run including Jar Jar Binks. Rejecting.