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[Tier: Vault]NES The Goonies II (USA) in 17:52.4 by Walker Boh.
Famtasia movie (.fmv) (date: 2004-05-17)
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Submission #1216 — Author's comments
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- Takes damage to save time
- Genre: Platform

This movie has been obsoleted!

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This is a historic movie, submitted and obsoleted before the creation of the database-based (and wiki-based) site engine, before July 2004.

It was inserted to the database in a history revival project by Bisqwit in autumn 2006.

Selected comments from the author:
This time I made a time attack @ Goonies 2. I think this is the best route and the fastest possible to play through this complex but yet fun game. I think you have played this so comments about the gameplay are unnecessary. I take hits because it saves time, and I jump through enemies because else I would be pushed backwards. I got 1 hit that wasn´t intentional pretty early in the game but I didn´t noticed it until the .fmv was done so it is there. Doesn´t affect the run but it might look a little bad. Anyways, im not doing this game again just because of that.

Another thing I managed to figure out was the enemy-dropping-rate. Every third enemy you kill in 1 "screen" gives you an item, and that is time based I think.

I also had several problems with the recording cus a penguin changed pattern (!) AFTER the actuall play. I didn´t thought this was possible but that little bastard cost me 2 hours.

Also, I had to do several re-records after the .fmv-file was done cus it seemed to somehow forget my key-presses. Strange and most annoying but now it´s finished. Finally! So, please enjoy this one too ;)
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