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[Tier: Vault]C64 C64anabalt (Encore) in 21:25.22 by dwangoAC.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2015-01-13)
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Submission #4526 — Author's comments
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Rating: 6.0 (8 votes)
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- Aims for maximum score
- Genre: Platform
C64anabalt is an official conversion of Canabalt for the Commodore 64 (in cartridge form). Canabalt is the game that defined the endless runner genre. The game controls consist of a single jump button to alter the height of the player's suit-clad character, who runs across a war-torn city at an ever increasing pace.

At the incredible speeds reached in this TAS, the building generator can bug out and fail to create sections of buildings. Author dwangoAC had to carefully avoid these bugs in order to successfully run the maximum distance.

There are two different versions of this port. This movie uses the Encore build, which includes a faithful port of the original soundtrack to the C64's SID sound chip.

[Tier: Moons]C64 The Great Giana Sisters (Europe) in 10:11.52 by Kabuto.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2017-02-08)
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Submission #5374 — Author's comments
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Rating: 6.3 (3 votes)
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- Uses warps
- Genre: Platform
The Great Giana Sisters is a platform game developed by Time Warp Productions and released in 1987. It's known for its controversial similarities to Nintendo's Super Mario Bros, eventually leading to its removal from store shelves. Although there are plenty of similarities in terms of level design between the two games (with the first level being practically identical), the controls differ greatly compared to Super Mario Bros.

Publisher's Note: Both the Downloadables and YouTube Encode modifies the video of the Commodore 64's bootup to prevent any epileptic seizures.
Please jump to 3:42 for the start of the run.
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