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Submission #5271: Zupapa's MSX Nuts & Milk in 05:09.85

Console: MSX Home Computer System
Game name: Nuts & Milk
Game version: JPN
ROM filename: Nuts_&_Milk_(1984)_(Hudson).rom
Branch:
Emulator: openMSX 0.13.0
Movie length: 05:09.85
FrameCount: 18567
Re-record count: 400
Author's real name:
Author's nickname: Zupapa
Submitter: Zupapa
Submitted at: 2016-10-26 01:53:28
Text last edited at: 2016-11-26 07:36:22
Text last edited by: fsvgm777
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Status: published
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Author's comments and explanations:
Unlike the Famicom version, the home computer version of Nuts & Milk is viewed from a top-down perspective and the character (Milk) can walk in four directions. As such, all platforming elements are removed from the game and the emphasis is more on puzzle-solving. The overall goal is the same - collect all fruit onscreen while avoiding baddies, and after that collect the heart to end the level. There are different types of terrain, and the enemies can only traverse blue type of terrain. Unfortunately, the protagonist leaves behind a blue trail, so the player needs to use strategy to successfully complete his task.

Encode

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Yov9LDKhhI&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=Zupapa

Game objectives

  • Emulator used: openMSX 0.13.0
  • Beats the game as fast as possible

Comments

I could have used the NES version, more is better I start with a simpler version.

The only trick that can be considered useful is, you can touch the feet of the enemies without dying.


Tompa: Judging.
Tompa: Replaced movie file with a 267 frames improvement.
Tompa: Movie replaced with additional frames saved. Accepting for the Vault.

fsvgm777: Processing.


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