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Submission #5675: TASandTAF's DS Brain Age - Train your brain in minutes a day! in 03:21.58

Console: Nintendo DS
Game name: Brain Age - Train your brain in minutes a day!
Game version: USA
ROM filename: 1349- Brain Age.nds
Emulator: DeSmuME
Movie length: 03:21.58
FrameCount: 12060
Re-record count: 84
Author's real name:
Author's nickname: TASandTAF
Submitter: TASandTAF
Submitted at: 2017-10-15 22:46:16
Text last edited at: 2017-10-18 23:06:39
Text last edited by: TASandTAF
Download: Download (11170 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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Author's comments and explanations:
I decided to make this run because I saw some other Brain age runs, and it inspired me.
  ( I especially love Ryuto's Runs)

Game objectives

  • Emulator used: DeSmuME
  • Aim: Get passed Brain Age Test and Calculations x100
  • Is a demonstration

Brain age test

For the brain age test, I did 1frame/sec. Delay might be because I used 0.9.4 DeSmuME. It wasn't that hard to get the anwsers, All you gotta have is a great BRAIN!

Other comments

There might be some lag (or delay?) but I don't know why. I have no other comments, Other than Thank You!

(Link to video)

Mothrayas: Claiming for judgment.

Mothrayas: This movie aims to be a speedrunning variant of Ryuto's famous playaround, but doesn't succeed at it very well. The drawing of the answers is slow, inconsistent, and a bit clumsy - while it gets the right results, it clearly can be done a lot faster. It doesn't look like frame advance or slowdown were used effectively. Additionally, considering its status as an educational title, an optimized speedrun of the game would likely not be acceptable, as educational games are not eligible for the Vault.

For these reasons, I'm rejecting this movie. Better luck next time!

TASandTAF: Ok, Thanks for letting me know. I will try to make a better run.

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