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#637777702114304704 - Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree | Brain Quiz "Oops! All BQS" (3013 Points)

3013 oabqs.dtm

Uploaded 10 days ago by PCBoyGames (2 files)

For Nintendo Wii

In 52:10.00 (187793 frames), 2288 rerecords

79 views, 8 downloads


In Brain Quiz, the main goal is to score as many points as possible within the span of twelve minigame cards.
"Oops! All BQS" is all about how many points you can score with a limited set of minigames, or more specifically, with the five minigames that only ever make appearances in BBAWD's Brain Quiz mode: Tick-Tock Turn, True View, Frame Filler, Order Out, and Pattern Puzzle. Getting multiple True View cards is highly recommended for this type of run, and lucky for me, I got three of them. The bad news is that two of them were EZ, which doesn't score that many points and the good news is the last one was an MDx2, which scores far more points than HD if played optimally. This isn't shown in the YouTube video, but I start off the Brain Quiz by exiting and entering the game again hoping to get a better set of cards. I did this until I made sure that I got an All BQS set with three True View cards. I ended up having to scrap and restart the run several times to do this in a reasonable amount of playtime.
I have timestampped each minigame in the video, along with the scores from them. Also in the description is a Google Sheets I made that shows all individual Brain Quiz TAS WRs from this TAS, my (now obsolete) previous TAS, and sock puppet's 644 points TAS.

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#637769979865920752 - Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree | Brain Quiz (2061 Points)

2061 unmixed.dtm

Uploaded 19 days ago by PCBoyGames (2 files)

For Nintendo Wii

In 47:57.00 (172614 frames), 1932 rerecords

58 views, 6 downloads


In Brain Quiz, the main goal is to score as many points as possible within the span of twelve minigame cards.
Certain minigames have an immediate answer and an immediate response, meaning there is little to no animation between the answers becoming selectable, the optimal answer selection timing, and the checkmark. As a result, very little time will tick off of the minigame's timer. I am able to use several of the minigames to my advantage due to them having this convenient quality, at best scoring hundreds or even thousands of points. This isn't shown in the YouTube video, but I start off the Brain Quiz by exiting and entering the game again hoping to get a better set of cards. I did this until I made sure that two of the higher scoring minigames, True View and Odd One Out, are both on the board with reasonable difficulty (the more challenging these two are, the better; more time is on the clock this way).
I have timestamped each minigame in the video, along with the scores from them. Also in the description is a Google Sheets I made that shows all individual Brain Quiz TAS WRs from both my TAS and sock puppet's (now obsolete) 644 points TAS.

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