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[Tier: Moons]NES Streemerz: Super Strength Emergency Squad Zeta (any,r2) "Streeeeemerz Mode" in 05:03.33 by adelikat, Aglar, Mothrayas, Really_Tall & Samsara.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2015-08-16)
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Rating: 7.2 (11.5 votes)
   
- Unofficial game
- Genre: Platform
Inspired by the Action 52 game of the same name, Streemerz is a NES port (by thefox) of a Flash game made for the "Action 52 Owns" game jam by Arthur 'Mr. Podunkian' Lee. This run plays through "Streeeeemerz Mode", which, as the name implies, features gameplay closer to VVVVVV.

It originally started with Mothrayas's winning run of the SGDQ 2015 speed TAS competition organized by dwangoAC, which resulted in some interesting top-10 comparison encodes. Later, adelikat, Aglar, Really_Tall and Samsara joined the party after finding many improvements throughout the run as described in the submission comments.

There is also a run that completes the game in "Superb Joe" mode by MESHUGGAH.

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