TASVideos

Tool-assisted game movies
When human skills are just not enough

Submission #4782: Baxter & Alyosha's NES Adventures of Lolo 2 "Pro Levels" in 02:03.18

Console: Nintendo Entertainment System
Game name: Adventures of Lolo 2
Game version: USA
ROM filename: Adventures of Lolo 2 (USA)
Branch: Pro Levels
Emulator: FCEUX 2.2.2
Movie length: 02:03.18
FrameCount: 7403
Re-record count: 2107
Author's real name: David M
Author's nickname: Baxter & Alyosha
Submitter: Alyosha
Submitted at: 2015-08-01 15:45:59
Text last edited at: 2015-08-15 19:08:28
Text last edited by: ars4326
Download: Download (1646 bytes)
Status: published
Click to view the actual publication
Submission instructions
Discuss this submission (also rating / voting)
List all submissions by this submitter
List pages on this site that refer to this submission
View submission text history
Back to the submission list
Author's comments and explanations:
Adventures of Lolo are a series of block puzzle games by HAL labs. The current run is an improvement of one of the the 'pro' levels included in Adventures of Lolo 2.

Game objectives

  • Emulator used: FCEUX 2.2.2
  • Beats Pro levels as fast as possible

Comments

There are 4 PRO levels which offer a substantial challenge for real time play. Even in TAS play, optimization is quite challenging despite how short the resulting run is.

In this run, I improved Pro B using a new route. It saves over 1 second.


(Link to video)

Other comments

I couldn't find any way to improve PRO A or C, I am fairly confident they are optimal.

I am not as confident PRO D is optimal, but I have no plausible ideas of how to improve it. So if anyone reading this has a brilliant insight please improve it and get the run under 2:03!


ars4326: claimed for judging!

ars4326: Hello again, Alyosha. Clever improvement made in the Pro B stage! Even 1+ second is an impressive find for an already tightly optimized run as this one.

Scratch off one more for the 'First 500'. Nice work, once again!

Accepting as an improvement to the published run!

Spikestuff: This is a game.


Similar submissions (by title and categories where applicable):