Submission #1928: girfanatic501's GBA "first track" F-Zero: Maximum Velocity in 02:47.35

Console Game Boy Advance Emulator VBA
Game Version USA/Europe Frame Count 10041
ROM Filename 0041 - F-Zero - Maximum Velocity (UE).gba Frame Rate 60
Branch Rerecord Count 10836
Unknown Authors girfanatic501
Game F-Zero: Maximum Velocity
Submitted by girfanatic501 on 4/12/2008 12:14:35 AM

Submission Comments
F-Zero for SNES was published with only one track done. It was one of the first games for the SNES. Now here’s a game that doubles F-Zero’s tracks with the first game released for the GBA. F-Zero: Maximum Velocity is a typical racing game with a very fast-paced twist.
Also note that both the Japanese and English version (ROMs 0001 and 0041) work for this movie.

Game objectives

  • Emulator used: VisualBoy Advance v1.7.2 re-recording v19.3
  • Aims for the fastest time
  • Takes damage to save time
  • Slows down to save time
  • Uses the first vehicle available from the start
  • Does not color a dinosaur
  • Genre: Racing


This is the only thing I have been planning and working on since my joining in January 2008. The process of the fastest racing line took a month and a half, then the production took about another month and a half. I chose this game because I was looking for games that may be good to run, and seeing as there is already an SNES F-Zero concept by Saturn, I thought that the GBA version would work out too.

Other comments

Make sure that Allow Left+Right is on. There IS a faster time than this, but that is using a vehicle that you can only get by defeating all cups, which would be a run on it’s own, for someone with enough time. This is merely a concept demo of the first stage, kind of like what Saturn did with the normal F-Zero run.
Hope you enjoy a short test run for this great game! :)
girfanatic501: I never knew that there was a password for MV (thanks to Comicalflop/caitsith2), so I have no choice but to cancel this submission and work on a new one working through all the cups. Like AKA said, what's the point of one track anymore?

Last Edited by Ilari on 6/26/2012 8:07 PM
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