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Submission #4783: adelikat, Aglar, Mothrayas, Really_Tall & Samsara's NES Streemerz: Super Strength Emergency Squad Zeta "Streeeeemerz Mode" in 05:03.33

Console: Nintendo Entertainment System
Game name: Streemerz: Super Strength Emergency Squad Zeta
Game version: any,r2
ROM filename: streemerz-v02.nes
Branch: Streeeeemerz Mode
Emulator: BizHawk 1.11.1 (formerly FCEUX 2.2.2)
Movie length: 05:03.33
FrameCount: 18230
Re-record count: 72110
Author's real name: adelikat, Mikael Johansson, Wout van Poppel, Really_Tall & JP
Author's nickname: adelikat, Aglar, Mothrayas, Really_Tall & Samsara
Submitter: Mothrayas
Submitted at: 2015-08-02 02:34:50
Text last edited at: 2015-08-16 10:45:01
Text last edited by: fsvgm777
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Status: published
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Author's comments and explanations:
The real winner of dwangoAC's SGDQ 2015 TAS race. kazioman is a fraud

Original SGDQ 2015 TAS Race submission by Mothrayas:

Submission file (.fm2): http://tasvideos.org/userfiles/info/24544199640776782

YouTube encode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgHM-2Hurj0

In-game ending frame (which was the TAS race timing point): 18637
Movie length: 18541
In-game time: 3:44.86


Improvements

v2

Samsara added a few strategies Mothrayas missed in the race and saved 149 frames. .fm2: http://tasvideos.org/userfiles/info/24543583458375795

In-game time: 3:42.36
Ending frame: 18488
Movie length: 18392

YouTube encode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axnQKUui96E

v3

adelikat reran the game in BizHawk/NESHawk, improving the run by 12 frames in the process. Mothrayas added a few more improvements, saving 19 frames more. Samsara put the rest of the game together when the improvements were leading into desyncs.

.bk2: http://tasvideos.org/userfiles/info/24566371468387760

In-game time: 3:41.88
Ending frame: 18457
Movie length: 18361

YouTube encode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgmNY-tdqZQ

v4

Implemented improved strats in two rooms by Really_Tall, as well as an 1 frame improvement found by Tompa. 60 frames saved in total. Resynced by Samsara again.

.bk2: http://tasvideos.org/userfiles/info/24592874817851446

In-game time: 3:40.90
Ending frame: 18397
Movie length: 18301

YouTube encode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HiwoIjIQSLo

v5

Further improvements in overall optimization implemented by Samsara, saving 23 more frames.

.bk2: http://tasvideos.org/userfiles/info/24664140395257224

In-game time: 3:40.52
Ending frame: 18374
Movie length: 18278

YouTube encode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSwOLETYRgY

v6

Aglar redid a fair chunk of the movie, saving an additional 48 frames.

.bk2: http://tasvideos.org/userfiles/info/24730357239008289

In-game time: 3:39.72
Ending frame: 18326
Movie length: 18230

YouTube encode:


(Link to video)

Other comments

Thanks to:

  • dwangoAC for organising the SGDQ 2015 TAS race
  • Games Done Quick LLC, for organising the GDQ events and SGDQ 2015 in particular enabling this TAS race
  • MrPodunkian for developing this game, and Faux Game Co. for porting it to NES
  • kaizoman666 for his movie showcased on the GDQ stream which showed a negaroom strat for v3
  • Dragonfangs for pointing out above negaroom strat
  • Tompa for finding a 1-frame improvement for v4

Frame war-a-go-go

Screenshot suggestion: any ideas?


Mothrayas: Updated with a 149-frame improvement thanks to Samsara.


Nach: Judging.

Mothrayas: Updated with a new BizHawk version by adelikat with improvements from the rest, saving 31 frames in total.


Nach: No longer judging due to emulator switch.

Mothrayas: Updated with another 60-frame improvement, with input from Really_Tall and an added 1-frame improvement by Tompa.


ars4326: Judging!

Mothrayas: Updated yet again with a 23-frame improvement thanks to Samsara.

ars4326: Updating one mo' time with Aglar's 48 frame improvement!


ars4326: Hello, everyone. What can be said: When a group of highly dedicated, skilled TASers get together, good things (usually) happen. Dr. Tary might not eat humble pie, but his optimized trek escaping the space station was entertaining and very, very well polished. Outstanding job, gentlemen!

Accepting for publication to Moons!

fsvgm777: Processing.


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