Tool-assisted movies (9)

Mario Party Advance follows a different format than the main games, since only a single person can play without connecting to another GBA. In this game, the player moves around the game board, visiting characters, running quests, and playing minigames. Many of the non-player characters are from classic Nintendo 64 games like Super Mario 64, Mario Party, and Paper Mario.
In order to beat the game as fast as possible, Nacho manipulates luck to achieve favorable rolls. Careful Mushroom management also allows him to intentionally lose some minigames when it would be faster than beating them.
Published on 3/27/2016

Winnie the Pooh: Adventures in the 100 Acre Wood is an adventure game developed by NewKidCo and published by NewKidCo and Disney Interactive. It was released in North America in April 2000 for the Game Boy Color.
The game follows Winnie the Pooh as he interacts with other characters in the wood. Most of the game uses a board game structure, where the player rolls a dice and draws cards to move around on the map in an attempt to explore the wood. The game is aimed at a younger demographic and was designed to be simple. It was the first Winnie the Pooh game to be released on a video game console.
In this movie, Winslinator achieves "100% Knowledge", equivalent to 100% completion of the game, in record time.

You can watch the console-verification of this movie here.
Published on 1/19/2021

Mario Party 6 is a party game released for the Nintendo GameCube in 2004 (and 2005 in Europe and Australia). The game features two main game modes: Party Mode, where 4 players compete to get the highest amount of stars, and Solo Mode, in which one player must reach the end of the board to get a Rare Mini-Game. If the player goes further than that space, they'll lose all mini-games they've collected, amongst other events.
GoddessMaria and Samsara play through all three boards of the game's Solo Mode and get the Rare Mini-Games in record time.
We also have a TAS of Mario Party 7's Solo Cruise.
Published on 10/2/2021
Mario Party 6

Emulator Version:
Dolphin 5.0

Mario Party 7 is a party game released for the Nintendo GameCube in 2005. Four players race across a board trying to get stars.
In this TAS, BeastlyN64 plays on the "Solo Cruise" gamemode. This is the main story mode for Mario Party 7 in which the player must play through all 6 boards against one CPU opponent. Each board has a different objective the player must beat before progressing on to the next board. Unlike party mode, you don't play minigames at the end of each turn.
Published on 8/24/2020
Mario Party 7

Emulator Version:
Dolphin 5.0 (Stable)

Mario Party is a party video game featuring characters from the Mario franchise. It combines the mechanics of board games with more than 50 different mini-games. The two modes of Mario Party are Adventure Mode, the standard mode of play with up to four players, and Mini-Game Island, a single player mode which forgoes the board game mechanics and instead has you win mini-games to progress through levels layed out on an world map.
In this run, Doomsday31415 plays through the game's Mini-Game Island mode as fast as possible, improving upon the previous publication by 1:12.91.

Note #1: Every second encode of each type leads to a version where all mini-game explanations and results screens have been removed.
Note #2: There are also lossless encodes and encodes at additional resolutions available in the discussion thread.
Published on 12/23/2018

Bible Buffet: a turn-based board game with action stages and bible quizzes. In it, you spin a spinner and move the number of spaces it says.
When you land on your spot, if it is just a regular spot, you play an action game for points, weapons, hearts, etc. If it has a red circle, you spin again. If the space you land on has a red circle connected to another red circle by dashes, you move forward or backwards to the second circle. If the space has a red circle with a question mark in it, you take a pop quiz of three trivia questions then get to select either a key, a heart or move ahead one, two, three or four spaces.
When you spin, if you get the book instead of a number, you get a pop quiz of three questions. If you get the happy face, something good happens like move ahead ten spaces, get a key, get a heart, etc. If you get the sad face, something bad happens like lose your turn, move back 1 space and lose your turn, and so on.
Invariel and Spikestuff reach the end of the board in record time.
Published on 9/3/2016

While the CPUs were distracted, FractalFusion changed the dice on them and then left the board for a few minutes. When he came back, all the CPUs were crying. The fraud squad is still investigating.
This movie aims to defeat 4 CPU controlled players, ceasing to press buttons on the controller after as little time as possible. Luck is manipulated for the first 1:08, and then the CPUs are left to lose by themselves without requiring any further actions by the player.

Watch a resync of this run being played back on a real console.
Published on 11/21/2006

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This movie aims for the fastest time to get the CPU player bankrupt, and abuses luck to its fullest to make that happen. adelikat utilizes trades, a glitch, and a new innovation he discovered to bankrupt the CPU. This is the first Monopoly submission that does not depend on "stacking the deck" on the community chest or chance cards.
From power-on to bankruptcy, this movie is 12.74 seconds faster than the previous record. It is also 27 frames faster in terms of input.

Watch this run being played back on a real console.
Published on 1/31/2020

Emulator Version:
BizHawk 2.3.2

The game of Clue has been attempted many times here at TASVideos. After years of research and planning, it's finally been honed down to a tidy 26.50 seconds. Whodunit? You'll have to watch to find out.
Published on 4/6/2012

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