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[Tier: Moons]NES Rockin' Kats (USA) "Channel X" in 01:03.43 by AnS.
FCEU movie (.fcm) (date: 2006-09-09)
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Rating: 7.4 (34 votes)
   
- Uses hardest difficulty
- Uses a level password
- Genre: Platform

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Whoever said cats can't fly needs to watch this movie. Rockin' Kats is a nice platformer with tricky gameplay similar to Bionic Commando and Ninja Five-O.
This little movie represents the hardest part of the game - Channel X, which normally appears as a secret bonus stage after the normal ending. This TAS however does not play through the entire game, but inputs a password in the beginning to access Channel X right away.

This 1-minute movie has all the ingredients needed for a good TAS: high-speed acrobatics involving a punchgun and unmotivated violence towards various types of canine.

If you liked this movie, be sure to also check out the movie that beats the actual game.

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