Here is a game that I've been discussing mostly on IRC, but I think it should get a topic now. This game has a lot of gold cards for you to collect, and you have to collect all 100 in the first five worlds to reach the special sixth world which has 20 more gold cards. In the levels, there are three cards hidden somewhere, plus one for the 30th enemy you beat and one for finishing the level under a target time (which usually has to be done on a separate run from the others because they waste too much time). In the boss fights, four of the gold cards are awarded for attacking in certain ways or attacking certain weak spots, and then the fifth is the target time card again.
But for a tool-assisted time-attack, I figure just getting the gold cards isn't enough. There are also costume pieces hidden in all the levels that you can use to dress up Bomberman in multiplayer if you have a Controller Pak. It would be crazy to try to get all those in a run if you are also trying to get 120 cards in 3 hours for the best costumes, but that's what I want to do here! Also, I'm playing on the Hard difficulty, which you normally want to earn the Full Power cheat in Normal mode for to make it easier, but no cheats for this movie! It should be pretty outrageous if it's completed.
I had made some test runs of Green Garden 1, but now I think Blue Resort is better to start with because I can get the bomb upgrades I need without so much delay. I don't think I'll need more than two extra for a while, and radius upgrades are probably also unnecessary and could even be a hindrance; plus, the remote detonator and the powerful red bombs don't transfer across levels. So here is a run of the first two levels, where I coincidentally got a heart: http://www.filespace.org/BagOfMagicFood/BOMBERMAN64U_USA.zip
The first time through, I tried to use some creative camera angles to make it look nicer. The second time through, going for the four other cards, I realized that the zoomed-out camera was causing too much lag, so I zoomed in and left it alone the whole time. I should probably decide whether I'm going for real time or "game time" (which probably corresponds better to input length) for the final movie, since that determines whether or not I'm supposed to care about lag. There are probably also some small mistakes, like pulling out bombs too early and lagging the game, or minor movement errors around corners or in bomb jumps, or choosing the wrong set of enemies for the 30. It would also be nice if I could manage to blast Artemis with the first bomb rather than settling on the second.
Well, if anyone wants to try to help out, go ahead.