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Submission #5108: McW4v3-X's NES Palamedes II: Star Twinkles "Quest Mode 1" in 03:52.45

Console: Nintendo Entertainment System
Game name: Palamedes II: Star Twinkles
Game version: JPN
ROM filename: Palamedes II - Star Twinkles (J).nes
Branch: Quest Mode 1
Emulator: BizHawk 1.11.6
Movie length: 03:52.45
FrameCount: 13970
Re-record count: 4348
Author's real name: David Royston
Author's nickname: McW4v3-X
Submitter: PikachuMan
Submitted at: 2016-05-02 21:29:56
Text last edited at: 2019-02-28 04:46:36
Text last edited by: PikachuMan
Download: Download (2875 bytes)
Status: decision: cancelled
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Author's comments and explanations:
Palamedes II: Star Twinkles is a sequel to the first with new twists.

You grab dice that's equal to or one away from the number shown on the display die. The number you pick that meet either criteria will be the next shown.

There are two game modes. Mode 1 is where you clear dice and make combination. You can play by yourself to go for a high score. You can also challenge a friend or play against the computer.

hand description lines cleared
Dust Any 4 numbers not in sequence 1 line
Seven Times Combination totaling 7 +1 line
Double Two pairs of numbers 2 lines
Three Straight 3 consecutive numbers in a row 2 lines
Three Flush 3 of the same number 2 lines
Four Straight 4 consecutive numbers in a row 3 lines
Four Flush 4 of the same number 3 lines
Royal Royal Four Straight consists of 2-3-4-5 4 lines

Mode 1 you can cycle through dice by pressing B and speed up lines by pressing up.

Mode 2 is played differently as you remove dice until you reach the bottom. It's always played 1-on-1 and if both players have no moves, the display die changes to a different number.

I do Quest Mode 1 'cause it's quicker. It's played on hard, but I easily curb stomp my opponents.


Cancelling for improvements and better luck manipulation


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