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Pfft, who needs this.One of the more interesting uses for emulators are TASes (Tool Assisted Speedrun). While most of these superplays are actually speedruns, several groups have taken toward completely crazy goals in some of our favorite games. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time recently had its "No Doors" challenge completed and many fighting games have glitch exhibitions that would drop the jaws of casual observers. One particular group of Super Mario 64 TASers has taken up the task of completing Super Mario 64 in as few A presses as possible. Considering that the A button is used for jumping, this challenge has become legendary for producing crazy solutions to once simple platforming problems. In their endeavors, they have warped time itself and explored parallel universes all in the name of saving single A presses. Some of the most popular videos have over a million views as the challenge has captured the hearts of gamers around the world.
Mario 64 rom hacker spktkTV has constructed and completed a version of the game that replaces everyone's favorite jump man, Mario himself, with the first mate of the Jellyfish Pirates, May. And yes, you can use her Totsugeki dolphin special move in it.
May's dolphin in Guilty Gear Strive garnered a lot of attention due to how powerful the move was. It quickly became a meme, being a move that May players heavily relied on in battle, and the move looks equally as good in Totsugeki 64.
The trailer shows May riding the dolphin as a movement tool, and it makes it a point to show particularly difficult jumps and obstacles being cleared without breaking a sweat thanks to the special move. This maneuver looks like it would actually make for a faster-paced Mario 64 experience, which could definitely be interesting for anyone looking to find a fresh spin on the classic Nintendo 64 game.
101 Dolphin Pets allows you to adopt and care for your ownvirtual pet dolphin, while Model Academy will enable you to advancefrom being the girl next door to a popular top model. And last butcertainly not least this Friday on Nintendo DSiWare this week, HipHop King: Rytmik Edition gives you the chance to unleash your innermusician, enabling melodic themes as well as whole songs to becomposed.
Choose from over 101 baby dolphins or simply adopt them all!Discover their personalities as you feed, clean and care for yournew pets. Bring out your pet's talents by training your dolphin ina variety of fun and wacky activities.
Enter your dolphin into pet shows and earn money to buy excitingupgrades including toys, food, clothes, accessories and more. Themore tricks you teach and the more games you play, the more funyou'll have. You'll never be bored with so many new best friends topamper, play with and love.
In July 1983, Nintendo released their Famicom (Family Computer) system in Japan, which was their first attempt at a cartridge-based video game console. The system was a booming success, selling over 500,000 units within two months. The console was also technically superior and inexpensive when compared to its competitors, priced at about $100 USD. However, after a few months of the consoles selling well, Nintendo received complaints that some Famicom consoles would freeze when the player attempted to play certain games. The fault was found in a malfunctioning chip and Nintendo decided to recall all Famicon units currently on store shelves, which cost them almost half a million USD. 2b1af7f3a8