Tool-assisted movies (13)

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Bonanza Bros. (1991) is a shooter-platform game that was first released in the arcades and then ported to the Sega Genesis, and can be played in a cooperative 2 player mode.
The plot involves the Bonanza Brothers: Robo and Mobo, who resemble the Blues Brothers, but are thieves who steal many treasures from banks, mansions and casinos.
In this run, the author steals as many treasures as he can and avoids the police by controlling the 2 players... at the same time!
Published on 9/19/2004 12:00 AM
Game:
Bonanza Bros.

Genres:
Action
Emulator Version:
GENS

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Bonanza Bros. (1991) is a shooter-platform game that was first released in the arcades and then ported to the Sega Genesis, and can be played in a cooperative 2 player mode.
The plot involves the Bonanza Brothers: Robo and Mobo, who resemble the Blues Brothers, but are thieves who steal many treasures from banks, mansions and casinos.
In this run, the authors steal as many treasures as they can and avoid the police by controlling the 2 players... at the same time!
This is an improvement of 00:09.93 seconds over the previous movie, thanks to better optimisation.
Published on 1/20/2015 12:00 AM

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A 3D'ish game similar to Snake Rattle&Roll.
Published on 8/14/2004 12:00 AM
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Marble Madness

Genres:
Racing
Emulator Version:
GENS

The Genesis remake of Marble Madness is not directly comparable to the original. In addition to having much worse audio quality, the rules on where (and what) the marble can go (and do) are relaxed, allowing for many shortcuts not possible on the NES.
This improvement by SprintGod is 10 seconds faster than adelikat's previous version.
Published on 8/11/2007 12:00 AM

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This game, a version of the classic PC game, is a puzzle/platform game done as fast as possible, with some quick fighting thrown in.
Published on 8/26/2004 12:00 AM

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Ultra fast bouncing around. Completed without collecting any emeralds, with Sonic alone. The use of Sonic's different shields makes for some very interesting acrobatics.
We recommend reading the author comments of this movie.
This movie probably has the highest rerecord count (118,631) of all the movies of this site at the time of writing. Most of it was recorded at 6% speed, which at the time of publication was considered nearly frame by frame. All of the jumps appear to be extremely precise.
Published on 8/9/2004 12:00 AM

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Ultra fast bouncing around. Completed without collecting any emeralds, with Sonic alone. The use of Sonic's different shields makes for some very interesting acrobatics.
We recommend reading the author comments of this movie.
This movie had the third highest rerecord count (160,027 which is about 50,000 more than in the previous version!) of all the movies of this site, at the time of publication.
Published on 5/5/2005 12:00 AM

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A typical streetfighting game which spawned the popular Streets of Rage triology. This game is rumored to have used the same engine as Golden Axe, which is why the A button summons magic (sort of) to damage all enemies on screen, instead of doing some sort of roundhouse, like almost all other beat'em ups.
Completed on the hardest difficulty with Axel without getting hit.
Published on 7/20/2004 12:00 AM

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An excellent Beat-'Em-Up game with an extraordinary soundtrack composed by Yuzo Koshiro.
Played with Max on Mania difficulty.
We recommend reading the author's comments of this movie.
Published on 8/8/2004 12:00 AM

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Metal Gear had been one of last of the NES classics that had not been TASed. Well, not anymore ― here's one.
This game is infamous for its engrish, having comments such as "I FEEL ASLEEP!" and "UH - OH! THE TRUCK HAVE STARTED TO MOVE!"
This movie utilizes quite a wide variety of game glitches and collects the minimal set of items needed to complete the game. The author has written a detailed list of all the interesting bits of this movie.
Published on 10/31/2004 12:00 AM
Game:
Metal Gear

Genres:
Action
Emulator Version:
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This movie makes the "Prince of Persia" look like a gymnastic winner.
Here Gavin Ward beats the previous movie by 2:38, mostly due to optimized movements.
Selected comments from author:
Took one point of damage at the end of level 9 by jumping straight down to the exit instead of slowly climbing down.
Ps: Were Persian architects really this crazy? ;)
Published on 8/28/2004 12:00 AM
Emulator Version:
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Tackling the crazy architecture of ancient Persia in record time, Gavin Ward improves his previous movie by just a few seconds.
This movie makes the "Prince of Persia" look like a gymnastic winner.
This movie has an Atlas Map encode of Level 9, which shows the standard encode overlaid on a zoomed out map.
Published on 3/16/2006 12:00 AM

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Another version of Prince of Persia... it has quite good music.
The gymnastic master, the future prince of Persia, defies the odds and beats this game in record time.
Interestingly, this game only animates at around 12-20 fps (15 fps on average), contrary to most SNES games, which animate at 60 fps.
Published on 11/5/2005 12:00 AM
Emulator Version:
Snes9x 1.43


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