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Submission #5060: McBobX & Samsara's NES Puss 'n Boots: Pero's Great Adventure in 06:58.63

Console: Nintendo Entertainment System
Game name: Puss 'n Boots: Pero's Great Adventure
Game version: USA
ROM filename: Puss 'n Boots: Pero's Great Adventure (U) [!].nes
Emulator: BizHawk 1.11.6
Movie length: 06:58.63
FrameCount: 25159
Re-record count: 3384
Author's real name:
Author's nickname: McBobX & Samsara
Submitter: McBobX
Submitted at: 2016-03-27 16:35:03
Text last edited at: 2016-04-13 22:22:33
Text last edited by: GoddessMaria15
Download: Download (6570 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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Author's comments and explanations:

Puss 'n Boots: Pero's Great Adventure TAS by McBobX in 06:59.94

Game objectives

  • Emulator used: BizHawk 1.11.6
  • Takes damage to save time
  • Luck Manipulation
  • Beat the game as fast as possible


In this run of a game which I think is a clone of Kamen no ninja - Akakage because most bosses seems to be the same as those that are in Kamen no Ninja, which is one of my favorite games. So I just did a fast TAS for this game with BizHawk for the first time and it's an occasion to use this emulator, but I still like FCEUX more. I would like to note that I used QuickNES as a core for NES

By the way, this run beats this one by 24.97 secs. Hope you enjoy this, I did my best to make more fun in a boring game


Modern HQ: http://www.mediafire.com/download/9jact8bwd55wtac/pussnboots-tas-mcbobx.mkv

512kb Stream : http://www.mediafire.com/download/hzqe9fy7or9yh0d/pussnboots-tas-mcbobx_512kb.mp4

I suggest these encodes to be official for publication if this run ends with accepting decision.

(Link to video)

Samsara: Well, you know, I'm obligated to insert myself wherever there's a Puss involved. Judging.

Samsara: File replaced with a 79 frame faster file. Since the opening ~2000 frames of this new file are my input, I've added myself as a co-author, meaning someone else needs to judge it now.

GoddessMaria15: Judging.

GoddessMaria15: Alright, I have to say now that this movie is fairly unoptimized... As a few have stated, this run isn't quite as optimal as it could be. If I may suggest, examine every possible path and technique everywhere as you have better chances to discover what would've went unnoticed otherwise.

With that said, I am rejecting this movie. Please feel free to try again!

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