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Submission #5723: KinsleU's SNES Super Mario All-Stars "All Four" in 34:14.47

Console: Super NES
Game name: Super Mario All-Stars
Game version: USA
ROM filename: Super Mario All-Stars (USA).sfc
Branch: All Four
Emulator: Snes9x 1.5.2.0
Movie length: 34:14.47
FrameCount: 123471
Re-record count: 3426
Author's real name: Caillou Kaneski
Author's nickname: KinsleU
Submitter: KinsleU
Submitted at: 2017-11-25 01:07:42
Text last edited at: 2017-12-04 17:54:22
Text last edited by: Fog
Download: Download (11655 bytes)
Status: decision: rejected
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Author's comments and explanations:
Super Mario All-Stars was released in 1993 which revises the nes mario games improving them with newer music and graphics for the 16 bit era. This game also brought Super Mario Bros the lost levels to a western audience.

An all four any% run of Super Mario all-stars. This movie could be improved with slight improvments to all the games, but Super Mario Bros. can definitely be improved by about anywhere from seven to ten seconds. switching games might also be improved by a couple frames.

This movie was my first tas and I had lots of fun. I had lots of trouble with Smb2U because i've never attempted a run of this game RTA so I had to learn it from scratch.

Snes9x 1.5.2.0 Changed the controls that's it.


Fog: Judging.

Fog: Welcome to TASVideos!

Unfortunately, as noted by others as well as the submission notes themselves, this run is sub-optimal.

Please make use of the forums and upload works in progress to userfiles before submitting the improvements.

Also, please note that SNES9X has been deprecated for submission here, BizHawk or lsnes are the two recommended emulators for SNES submissions.

Rejecting.


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