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Submission #6595: gamerretro2's SMS Alex Kidd: High-Tech World in 06:39.16

Console: Sega MasterSystem
Game name: Alex Kidd: High-Tech World
Game version: USA/Europe
ROM filename: Alex Kidd - High-Tech World (USA, Europe).sms
Emulator: Bizhawk 2.3.3
Movie length: 06:39.16
FrameCount: 23919
Re-record count: 8210
Author's real name:
Author's nickname: gamerretro2
Submitter: gamerretro2
Submitted at: 2020-01-15 17:59:17
Text last edited at: 2020-03-01 18:22:36
Text last edited by: feos
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Status: published
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About the game

Alex Kidd: High Tech World is a action video game with platforming and adventure elements, released by Sega in 1987 for the Sega Master System,that is part of the Alex Kidd series

Game objectives

  • Emulator used: Bizhawk 2.3.3
  • Finish the game fast at possible
  • Collecting the Eight Pieces of the Map
  • Collecting all GPs

Stage by stage comments


Collect all Maps pieces

Ninja Forest

Get all the GPs as well as the hidden chests that give 200 GPs

The village

buy the Backscratcher that sells 1000 GPs to dissuade the guard from letting us through

Animal Forest

no goal just to finish the level to get to the high tech world.

  Castle         16'050:   0 Frames saved
  Ninja Forest   18'371:   179 Frames saved
  The village    20'495:   0 Frames saved
  Animal Forest  23'919:   39 Frames Saved

Memory: Claiming for judging

Memory: Well, there's finally no easily noticeable mistakes. There are some slow looking spots but getting the backscratcher implicitly forces some slowdown to collect all the money. However, the improvement here is undeniable and is good enough for acceptance.

It's too bad the game is still really dull. The adventure game segment is the majority of the TAS and is by far the worst part, but the platformer segment ultimately isn't anything special.

Accepting to Vault.

feos: Pub.

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