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Submission #4743: Senshin Ichii's N64 Mario Party "Mini-Game Island" in 36:11.0

Console: Nintendo 64
Game name: Mario Party
Game version: USA
ROM filename: Mario Party (U)
Branch: Mini-Game Island
Emulator: Mupen 64 0.5
Movie length: 36:11.0
FrameCount: 130260
Re-record count: 5629
Author's real name: Senshin Ichii
Author's nickname: Senshin Ichii
Submitter: Senshin Ichii
Submitted at: 2015-07-01 17:12:15
Text last edited at: 2018-09-29 10:58:51
Text last edited by: TheCoreyBurton
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Status: published
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Author's comments and explanations:
“Mario Party (WR): Minigame Island in 36:11"00 by Senshin Ichii”

Game objectives

Emulator used: Mupen 64 0.5

Fastest clear


Mario Party (WR): Minigame Island in 36:11"00 (130260 Frames)

From the game start to the final input.

Other comments

Beat DennisBalow's world record 37:03"60 in 2011 Youtube

I uploaded the movie from NicoVideo

My user name in NicoVideo is 壱千.

I'm so sorry for not good at English...Please enjoy the movie!

GoddessMaria15: Judging. | 開始判断

GoddessMaria15: This is quite a well built TAS, I must say. Although there is the issue of the 3 mini-games, 2-3: Limbo Dance, 3-5: Teetering Towers, and 9-4: Knock Block Tower. Especially when there are 2 TASes that were made of this... One belonging to RattleMan and the other belonging to DennisBalow. If compared to Dennis's TAS, it is faster in all areas and has better Mini-Game pattern management than the TAS made by Dennis. When if compared to RattleMan's old 2008 TAS, however, it is shown to be slower in just those 3 Mini-Games. Despite that, the main run overall holds up long enough that it can still be accepted onto the site considering that the improvements can't be simply spliced in without destroying the entire movie.

Accepting this for the Vault.

Spikestuff: Cool... Publishing. Broken mess. Someone else take over and remove majority of the flickering from it. It's possible, I was able to remove about 25% of it.

Fog: Hanging myself Processing...

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