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#39117950642069638 - PushOver_skip-transitions

Game: Push-Over ( SNES, see all files )
Uploaded 5/19/2017 4:05 PM by partyboy1a (see all 14)
FatRatKnight's script + avisynthfriendly output.
The script must be started while not in a level (will crash otherwise), and must be run until the movie almost finishes (will create an empty file otherwise)

#9019948908770913 - DS Polarium

In 06:57.11 (24954 frames), 305 rerecords
Game: Polarium ( DS, see all files )
Uploaded 9/2/2013 4:44 AM by partyboy1a (see all 14)
This is just shortest input time, not double-drawing the solution for puzzle 100. If it's better to judge the shorter version, use this one.

#8602286225201954 - DS Polarium input test

In 01:00.43 (3615 frames), 0 rerecords
Game: Polarium ( DS, see all files )
Uploaded 8/14/2013 9:18 AM by partyboy1a (see all 14)
watch the following parts frame by frame:
1230 to 1260
1700 to 1760
2140 to 2200
2630 to 2670
2975 to 3010
3315 to 3385

#3117552187364601 - PolariumSolverV6.0.1

Game: Polarium ( DS, see all files )
Uploaded 12/10/2012 9:09 AM by partyboy1a (see all 14)
This program does a brute-force search for solutions for Polarium. It uses some features to eliminate worthless solutions:
- "battle": is looking for solutions covering exactly the same tiles, having the same (current) endpoint, having the last two directions identical. Only keeps the lowest score.
- remove unsolvables: obvious, can be improved for sure.doesn't make use of parity for example.
- remove needlessly complicated: disallow wasting the border. currently missing the special case about edges.
- remove bad starting points: we can safely assume that the starting point always has a "better" row/col - position than the endpoint.
- remove too bad score: don't brute-force through the solutions if we already found the shortest solution, and the score of the current puzzle is bigger than the currently lowest score for a solution.
V6.0.1: bug fixed: program now also finds the shortest solution for stage 34, which involves doing the first step onto a row from outside.

#2172292030666886 - Marchen Maze 2nd TAS - WIP1

Marchen Maze (J) second TAS - WIP1.bkm
In 00:59.36 (3551 frames), 1351 rerecords
Game: Marchen Maze ( PCE, see all files )
Uploaded 10/28/2012 7:28 PM by partyboy1a (see all 14)
First level only, about 300 frames faster than last time. Try to beat it!

#2079211628370255 - PCE Märchen Maze -- full testrun

Marchen Maze (J) first TAS.bkm
In 13:28.38 (48362 frames), 1095 rerecords
Game: Marchen Maze ( PCE, see all files )
Uploaded 10/24/2012 2:51 PM by partyboy1a (see all 14)
full testrun, defeats all levels and all bosses. Game is japanese, but you don't need any reading skills for this one.
Some comments:
I have absolutely no idea how I did the last hit to the first boss...
In the ice level, you need to stay very close to the border of the platforms to jump far enough. You can't just run that close to the border, you must jump there.
If You know some secrets about this game let me know.

#1754591930754223 - SNES Asterix & Obelix -- 2player100% testrun WIP2

In 04:18.83 (12944 frames), 1141 rerecords
Uploaded 10/10/2012 12:00 AM by partyboy1a (see all 14)
just 3/4 through act 1. (if i continue with this speed, the test run requires a few months, and the final run... well, even longer)
still not sure about the goal choice. is 100% kills, 100% collectibles, 100% bonus rooms a good goal choice or not? that would essentially be a tool-assisted longplay. it might be better to just collect all stars, which is enough to play all bonus rooms. i need some opinions on that.

#1552249469711657 - inputreplayer-v0.3.0 for lsnes (manual)

Game: Unknown Game ( NES, see all files )
Uploaded 9/30/2012 9:18 PM by partyboy1a (see all 14)
Here is a description of all functions provided by inputreplayer

#1552231445421689 - inputreplayer-v0.3.0 for lsnes (config)

Game: Unknown Game ( NES, see all files )
Uploaded 9/30/2012 9:16 PM by partyboy1a (see all 14)
config file for inputreplayer

#1552198160282053 - inputreplayer-v0.3.0 for lsnes

Game: Unknown Game ( NES, see all files )
Uploaded 9/30/2012 9:14 PM by partyboy1a (see all 14)
You want to edit something in the middle of your movie without the hassle of manually editing some movie files? This tool is for you!
You want to create a multiplayer TAS with LSNES? Try this one out!
In a future version, this script will also take care about tracking important RAM values. It will make it a lot easier to compare your attempts.
If you want to use this one, you also need the config file.
If you don't understand the functions provided by this script, there is also a manual which is almost as big as the script itself.