Tool-assisted movies (8)

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3-D Tetris is a thrilling take on a classic title. Demanding quick responses and well-planned strategy, the three-dimensional playing field requires both dexterity and foresight in order to achieve success.
Here, author Cyorter tackles the game's Puzzle mode with tool-assisted precision.

Note: There is also a lossless encode available in the discussion thread.
Published on 9/18/2018
Game:
3-D Tetris

Genres:
Puzzle
Emulator Version:
BizHawk 2.3

Insmouse no Yakata places the player in the role of a private detective set to escape the monster infected mansion.
Published on 10/31/2020
Tags:
Best ending
Emulator Version:
BizHawk 2.4.2

Nester, once the mascot of Nintendo Power, and his sister Hester have decided to star in a bowling game
As with every other bowling game in existence, you roll a ball down an alley in an attempt to knock down 10 pins. To do this in this game, you have to try and match up two gauges: Spin and Power. The Spin gauge determines how far left or right the ball will go, and the Power gauge determines how hard your character throws the ball.
This run improves the predecessor movie of the same authors by 00:00.08 seconds.
Published on 1/27/2018
Emulator Version:
BizHawk 2.2.1

Red Alarm is a shooter which frequently draws comparison to Star Fox, save that it is full 3D (instead of being confined to a single path); in this respect it is perhaps more comparable to the unreleased Star Fox 2. There are six stages, each ending with a boss.
The author frequently moves diagonally; this allows for faster motion than simply flying straight forward.
Published on 6/9/2010

One of the few games for the Virtual Boy which actually offers a first-person perspective, Teleroboxer bears many similarities to the Punch-Out!! games — except it's substantially easier to manipulate. Indeed, it's possible to effectively autofire punches thanks to distinct controls being used for the player's two fists, which leads to ridiculously quick defeats.
Published on 2/1/2018
Game:
Teleroboxer

Genres:
Fighting
Sport
Emulator Version:
BizHawk 2.2.1

Virtual Boy Wario Land was a platformer released for the Virtual Boy system in 1995. The main objective of the game is to traverse the 14 levels and find a hidden key in order to open up the next level. There are treasures hidden along the way; this TAS collects none of them and thus achieves the "bad ending".
This is an improvement of 1 minute and 12 seconds to the previous movie, thanks to collecting fewer coins, optimization improvements and new techniques which can be found in the authors' comments.
See also the 100% run which collects all treasures to get the best ending.
Published on 10/13/2019
A/V files:
A/V file via Mirror
Emulator Version:
BizHawk 2.3

Virtual Boy Wario Land was a platformer released for the Virtual Boy system in 1995. The main objective of the game is to traverse the 14 levels and find a hidden key in order to open up the next level. There are treasures hidden along the way; this TAS collects them all and therefore achieves the best ending.
EZGames69, Bloopiero and Cyorter improve the previous movie by 1 minute and 29.67 seconds, thanks to better optimisation. Please read the authors' comments for more details.
We also have a run that forgoes hunting for treasure and simply gets to the end as fast as possible.
Published on 12/19/2021

Waterworld, released by Ocean Software in 1995, is a 3D shooting game released for the Virtual Boy. It has the dubious honor of being considered possibly the worst game on one of the worst game systems of all time.
Published on 5/6/2018
Game:
Waterworld

Genres:
Shooter
Emulator Version:
BizHawk 2.2.2


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