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Submission #863: Aqfaq's Genesis Rolo to the Rescue in 09:04.55

Console: Sega Genesis
Game name: Rolo to the Rescue
Game version: USA, EUROPE, JAPAN
ROM filename: Rolo to the Rescue (UEJ) [R-USA][!].bin
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Emulator: Gens 11svn304
Movie length: 09:04.55
FrameCount: 32673
Re-record count: 6883
Author's real name: Jaakko Järviniemi
Author's nickname: Aqfaq
Submitter: Aqfaq
Submitted at: 2005-10-27 14:57:06
Text last edited at: 2012-12-02 11:50:34
Text last edited by: nanogyth
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Status: published
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Hello! This movie has been ready since summer and I have no interest to improve it at the moment, so here it comes.

Rolo to the Rescue is a cute game about an elephant who tries to save her furry friends from an evil circus master. In this any% movie however, Rolo runs home as fast as possible using her friends only for selfish purposes. So, Rolo aims for fastest time and even forces her poor friends to absorb damage for her.

General pattern for completing levels: 1) get the key 2) release all animals to get the next map piece 3) exit

Tricks: downward hill speed boost & underground running (latter is for entertainment)

Rolo's speed decreases in the air, so even if it looks bad it's played very well. To improve: mainly, end some more levels with start button instead of running to the exit. Good luck to anyone trying to get this under 9 minutes!

I'm not sure whether a 100% run would be interesting, but I can help if someone wants to try.

ONLY VIRTUAL ANIMALS WERE HARMED IN THE PRODUCTION OF THIS MOVIE!


adelikat: Accepting for publication to the Vault


nanogyth: Processing for publication...

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