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Submission #6474: g0dm0d3's NES Mickey's Adventures in Numberland in 09:15.62

Console: Nintendo Entertainment System
Game name: Mickey's Adventures in Numberland
Game version: USA
ROM filename: Mickey's Adventures in Numberland (U) [!].nes
Branch:
Emulator: FCEUX 2.2.2
Movie length: 09:15.62
FrameCount: 33392
Re-record count: 2903
Author's real name: Denis Kuzmenko
Author's nickname: g0dm0d3
Submitter: g0dm0d3
Submitted at: 2019-08-03 22:42:44
Text last edited at: 2019-08-31 23:45:36
Text last edited by: Dacicus
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Status: published
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Author's comments and explanations:
Used emulator FCEUX 2.2.2.

No skips.

Fastest possible, takes damage.

Some addresses:

063C - PosX 063E - PosY


Memory: Judging

Memory: Optimization was ok, could be tightened up a bit but the end of level mechanics make actually obtaining improvements difficult: I only managed a 2 frame improvement on the second level in spite of being able to save a fair amount of time on the stage itself. As such I find it to be acceptable.

Since pressing select to immediately win the current stage completely trivializes the game on this difficulty, for all intents and purposes it is a cheat code.

Hardest difficulty would be preferred for future submissions of this game, as differences basically include introducing a lifebar and more complicated stages.

While this game does have plenty of educational elements and is themed around education, it does not appear to be an educational game by our rules. A very minimal amount of educational elements are required in the game, the majority of the game is platforming.

There was basically no audience participation for this movie. The platforming was not that interesting so there is really only one place for this submission to go.

Accepting to Vault.

Dacicus: Processing...


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