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SuperGame_NFML.ltm
In 06:28.50 (23310 frames), 1367 rerecords
145 downloads
Uploaded 9/2/2021 12:04 AM by letcreate123 (see all 14)
TAS of version 1.0 of Super Win The Game in 6:28.50. Won't submit to TASvideos because the sound does not work properly when this version is played through libTAS, but putting this out there for anyone who'd like to check it out. I plan on making a version of this TAS for the latest version of the game, which does properly play audio on libTAS.
Edit: Forgot to mention this TAS is made with 640x480 resolution in mind; the TAS will desync on the menus otherwise due to the way libTAS handles mouse positions in the window.

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! Version info: 

libTAS version: 1.3.5

! Annotation info: 

{{Linux distribution used: Linux Mint 19.3 Tricia Xfce

OS Installation steps (from Windows): 1. Download the Linux Mint 19.2 image from the official Linux Mint downloads website 2. Burn it to a USB drive or to a DVD 3. Restart your computer with the USB drive or DVD inserted 4. If your computer does not automatically boot into the USB or DVD image, restart it again and press whatever key triggers Change Boot Order and select the USB or DVD drive from there 5. Select "Install Linux Mint 19.2" once either the GNU GRUB menu or the Linux Mint menu appears 6. Follow the steps provided by the installer, and allocate a reasonable amount of storage (at least 50GB should do) 

This TAS will NOT sync on the latest version of SWtG due to longer loading screens and an invisible ceiling on the final area. Version 1.0 must be used (depot 310702, manifest 9012375397049247203 for the Steam version). A version of this TAS for the latest version is planned.

A couple things of note:
-This game will not accept inputs after the first frame on libTAS v1.4.0 or above. libTAS v1.3.5 must be used to play this movie.
-The sound in this version of the game does not play nicely with libTAS; in v1.4.0 and above of libTAS it does not play, and in v1.3.5 the game simply crashes. Make sure Sound is turned off from libTAS.
-In order for this game to run properly outside of Steam, the following must be done:
--Copy the game's libsteam_api.so file to /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu
--Install libpulse0:i386 (this is required for the sound to play when running the game on its own)}}