Tool-assisted movies (6)

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As Crazy Climber, climb your way to the top of a series of buildings, where a helicopter is waiting to pick you up and take you to the next building. As Climber scales a building, he can climb up and sideways, but not down. While climbing a building, windows will open and close simultaneously. If a window closes on either of his hands, he will lose his grip. However, if a window closes on both of his hands, he will fall to his death, resulting in the loss of a life.
In this first WonderSwan publication on the site, watch dwangoAC make the game look easy by scaling the four skyscrapers in record time.
Published on 2/3/2015
Game:
Crazy Climber

Genres:
Action
Emulator Version:
BizHawk 1.9.1

Guilty Gear Petit is a fighting game developed by Arc System Works and published by Sammy for the WonderSwan Color in January 2001. It is the first handheld version of the Guilty Gear series released, and was followed by Guilty Gear Petit 2 just eight months later.
Ky Kiske returns to defeat all the opponents with his Destroy Move and finish the game in record time.
Published on 10/23/2017

Guilty Gear Petit 2 is very similar to its predecessor, Guilty Gear Petit for the same platform, having the same "super-deformed" graphical style, battle moves (including the tension system to accumulate power and combo attacks), as well as backgrounds for battles. Several new characters appear in Guilty Gear Petit 2, such as Zato-1, the former head of the assassin guild, the pirate captain Johnny, and others.
Ky Kiske returns to defeat all the opponents with his Destroy Move and finish the game even faster than the previous run, mostly thanks to only doing one round per match.
Published on 4/5/2016

Rockman & Forte: Mirai Kara no Chousensha (commonly translated as Mega Man & Bass: Challenger of the Future) is a sequel to Rockman & Forte (Mega Man & Bass), published by Bandai exclusively for the WonderSwan. A version of Rockman from the future - calling himself R-Shadow this time - travels back in time again with a group of robots to wreak havoc, until either Rockman or Forte put them all down.
In this movie, Noxxa beats the game with Rockman (Mega Man).
Published on 8/21/2016

Rockman & Forte: Mirai Kara no Chousensha (commonly translated as Mega Man & Bass: Challenger of the Future) is a sequel to Rockman & Forte (Mega Man & Bass), published by Bandai exclusively for the WonderSwan. A version of Rockman from the future - calling himself R-Shadow this time - travels back in time again with a group of robots to wreak havoc, until either Rockman or Forte put them all down.
In this movie, Noxxa beats the game with Forte (Bass) in record time.
We also have a movie that beats the game with Rockman (Mega Man).
Published on 9/30/2018

Rockman EXE WS (ロックマンエグゼ WS) is a platform video game, part of the Mega Man Battle Network subseries of Mega Man video games, which was released on the Japan-only WonderSwan Color in 2003. This game is a platformer like Mega Man Network Transmission, rather than a role-playing game.
Noxxa slides and dashes through the game in record time.
Published on 9/16/2016


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