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Submission #5652: maTO's Genesis Mamono Hunter Youko: Dai 7 no Keishou in 12:06.32

Console: Sega Genesis
Game name: Mamono Hunter Youko: Dai 7 no Keishou
Game version: JPN
ROM filename: Devil Hunter Yohko - The Seven Bells (J).bin
Emulator: Gens 11a
Movie length: 12:06.32
FrameCount: 43523
Re-record count: 18729
Author's real name:
Author's nickname: maTO
Submitter: maTO
Submitted at: 2017-09-05 15:02:24
Text last edited at: 2017-09-20 18:48:15
Text last edited by: Fog
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Status: published
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Author's comments and explanations:
Released only in Japan in 1991. Based on an anime series.

Movie features:

Game gets laggy when there are more objects on screen. Especially in fourth scene with bats flying around. So, lag control is the more important features in this run.

Bouncing off of a platform. Started doing this is in third scene at 5:00. Instead of waiting for landing you can make a small jump if you time the jump correctly.

If you hold attack button on solid ground you will create a shield that absorbs bullets.
If you release the button the shield will disappear soon. The shield can be sent to eight directions. It deals one damage to enemy on contact.

Swinging blade, that is pressing left and right when swinging, is a very fast way of dealing with bosses.

Down-thrust is the fastest way of hitting. While in air pressing down and attacking you can damage enemies every two frames. Super useful in fourth boss.

You will regenerate half the damage you take, one for every 8 frames. The big red orbs will let you regenerate to full health.

To prevent the timer to count down into points you can die in the boss fight as long as the boss also dies.
This is done with the help of the shield. I figured out this strategy in third boss when there was no other way of dying. Initially I dropped into a pit or lava after beating bosses.

Memory addresses
00FF7F83 Health
00FF1C1F Boss health
00FF1CBF clone 1
00FF1C9F clone 2
00FF1C7F clone 3
00FF1C5F clone 4

01:12 - It was tough to dodge this healt orb. Otherwise I couldn't get one-hit KO'd by the boss.
05:49 - The raft is normally accessed from left side. Dropping down from right saves a few seconds but the raft goes to opposite direction.
06:30 - Waiting here for rocks to align because the waterfall is laggy.
12:03 - I could have destroyed the final clone two frames earlier, but then the final boss would locate itself in a worse position.

feos: Nice TAS, no convincing feedback, accepting to Vault.

Fog: Processing.

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