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NES Déjà Vu (USA) in 10:32.18 by Randil.
FCEU movie (.fcm) (date: 2007-07-29)
AVI file via BitTorrent (size: 9.21 MB, length: 11:20)
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Obsoletes movie #381 (10:53.8)
Rating: 6.2 (12 votes)
- Genre: Storybook

This movie has been obsoleted!

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A storybook game like Shadowgate and Uninvited.

In this one you star as Ace Harding, a detective who wakes up having no idea who or where he is. As the game progresses you discover that you have been framed for a crime you didn't commit, and must find a way to clear your name.

This is a 22 second improvement over the author's previous attempt by a slight route change and improved menu navigation.

Further reading:

We recommend Mr. Kelly R. Flewin's Déjà Vu Speed Guide.
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Added NES Déjà Vu (USA) by Randil in 09:41.59 (2012-01-19)
- obsoletes NES Déjà Vu (USA) by Randil in 10:16.98 (2009-02-12)
- - obsoletes NES Déjà Vu (USA) by Randil in 10:18.75 (2008-06-21)
- - - obsoletes NES Déjà Vu (USA) by Randil in 10:32.18 (2007-07-29)
- - - - obsoletes NES Déjà Vu (USA) by Randil in 10:53.8 (2005-07-28)
- - - - - obsoletes NES Déjà Vu (USA) by Walker Boh in 11:25.58 (2004-08-15)
- - - - - - obsoletes NES Déjà Vu (USA) by Walker Boh in 11:45.58 (2004-08-08)

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