Records: [NES NTSC] A-Type

Thread in 'Competition' started by Kitaru, 24 Feb 2012.

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  2. So how do i post myscore here? getting on the leaderboard?
     
  3. Just post your score with that kind of formatting.

    Name: Lastarot_Qc
    Country: Canada
    City: Québec City
    Score: 709452- level 18 start; 197 lines lvl 25 finish
    Date: 12/23/2018
    Hardware: NES
    Game on Twitch

    The first page will be updated soon after, as soon as someone with the rights to edit sees it.

    I want to see my 700k in the list ...
     
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  4. My higghest score

    Name: Dino (dynoman9398 )
    Country: Slovenia
    City: Maribor
    Score: 449,089 - level 15 start; level 18 finish
    Date: 9.november 2018
    Hardware: Emulator
     
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  5. DLo

    DLo

    *I know. I sound like a broken record lol (I promise after CTWC I won’t be playing as much)*

    Name: David Lopez (DLo aka real_diculous)
    Score: 674,720 (Level 18 start to level 27 and 215 lines)
    Date: 12/27/18
    Hardware: NES (standard controller)
    Country: USA
    Game streamed live on Twitch. Also on YouTube here:

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  6. Finally broke 400k! (...he says after 2 weeks of playing)

    401,200 on level 18. I died promptly after hitting the transition with a messy stack.

    At this point I'm getting reasonably consistent at level 18 play, since I can have "markers" like in TGM (2 taps left for this piece to go to that column, full-on hypertap to get the next piece all the way to the side, etc) until I get a tall stack. I'm mostly dying when I forget to start skimming before I'm halfway up the well & the randomizer punishes my more TGM-like stacking habits.

    Level 19 not so, unless I'm playing very conservatively down at the bottom of the well. Otherwise, it's just nonstop hypertapping, which I'm slowly getting more consistent at, but it's still more like skill stopping the piece where you want it. I like that the essence of what makes NES Tetris, well, NES Tetris is still intrinsic to level 19 no matter how you play. I'm dying as much for hesitation reasons as for misdrop reasons, so it's hard to say how I'll progress on this, but I get the sense that I'm learning a new skill in a qualitatively different way for level 19 versus level 18, in addition to the quantitative increase in difficulty. I'm also just plain more experienced at TGM1/level 18 speeds than I am at Death/level 19 speeds. So there are several hurdles to overcome here, whereas level 18 seems more a matter of optimizing my intuition around the new (to me) randomizer & piece mobility combo.

    Hopefully there will be more to come sooner than later!
     

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  7. UPDATE :

    Name: Lastarot_Qc
    Country: Canada
    City: Québec City
    Score: 734002- level 18 start; lvl 29 finish 230 lines
    Date: 01/05/2019
    Hardware: NES
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  8. DLo

    DLo

    (Congrats Lastarot! I love that we keep outdoing each other!)
    Ok, back here again lol

    Name: DLo (Dave Lopez aka real_diculous)
    Score: 719,280 (Level 18 start to Level 29 and 231 lines)
    Date: 1/7/19
    Hardware: NES (standard controller)
    Country: USA
    Game streamed live on Twitch. Also available here on YouTube:

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    Name: Paul Tesi (Mega RetroMan)
    Country: USA
    City: Seattle
    Score: 999,999 (Level 18 Start, 27 End 215 Lines)
    Date: 1/10/2019
    Hardware: NES
     
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  10. Name: Dan Chilton (bjork24)
    Country: USA
    City: Springfield
    Score: 661,028 (Level 12 start, 23 end)
    Date: 12/22/2018
    Hardware: NES

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  11. Congrats on all the PB's! Looking forward to seeing who gets the next maxout.
     
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  12. Thanks! Still need to get my spins down so I can break 750k
     
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  13. DLo

    DLo

    Thank you Chad! Since getting my new CRT I scored a 476k on a L19 start! Hoping to get that perfect L18 into post 19 game for the maxout sooner than later! Thanks for the encouragement!
     
  14. Hello everyone! I'm new and hope that my personal best can count for this leaderboard.

    I didn't have a video but I did take a screenshot. I am using FCEUX 2.2.2 to play.

    https://gyazo.com/014a011f22f6ead8f64d5ceb9a78a0f1

    This is when I submitted it to Jonas Neubauer's discord, and I don't know if it's enough proof to count, but hopefully I can get a better score later, on video.

    I see a lot of people using this format so I'll also use it.

    Name: Daniel Q. Zhang
    Country: USA
    City: Haddonfield
    Score: 691,200 (lvl 19 start lvl 28 end)
    Date: 1/16/2019
    Hardware: PC, NES Emulator FCEUX 2.2.2
     
  15. Name: Lastarot_Qc
    Country: Canada
    City: Québec City
    Score: 763700- level 18 start; 230 lines lvl 29 finish
    Date: 2019-01-27
    Hardware: NES
    Youtube :
     
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  16. DLo

    DLo

    Name: DLo (aka Dave aka real_diculous)
    Score: 761,420 (L18 start to L28 and 228 lines)
    Date: 1/31/19
    Hardware: NES (standard controller)
    Country: USA (NJ)
    Game streamed live on Twitch and also on YouTube:

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  17. Name: berenyi_kft (Richard)
    Score: 999,999 (1,035,839 ?) level 18 start to level 27 216 lines
    Date: 02/02/2019
    Hardware: RGB Modded AV Famicom + rectangle controller
    Country: Hungary

     
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  18. DLo

    DLo

    Name: DLo (aka Dave aka real_diculous)
    Score: 794,840
    Date: 2/9/19
    Hardware: NES (standard controller)
    Country: USA (NJ)
    Game streamed live on Twitch and also on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjS0slNsG00
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  19. Name: CylinderKnot
    Score: 480,000 (level 18 start, 131 lines)
    Date: February 15, 2019
    Hardware: Emulator
    Country: United States

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  20. Name: furious programming
    Location: Tuchów (Poland)
    Score: 588.772 points (level 18 start, 140 lines, level 20 finish)
    Date: 20.02.2019
    Hardware: FCEUX 2.2.3 (emulator) + Data Frog NES controller


    I started my adventure with the Classic Tetris just two months ago, inspired after watching the CTWC 2018 final match. So far I still train level 18, wanting to get at least 600k points (and I'm already so close). Then I will train level 19 and higher. My goal is to join the max out team. And when it happens, I will take the PAL version.

    I am a huge fan of NES, with whom I have not been separated for over 20 years. In particular, I love platformers, but I do not despise puzzle games. Unfortunately, I do not have access to the actual console, so I play on the emulator using a clone of the original gamepad (like this). I use the save state function to keep the three best results.

    Well, I said hello, so good luck to all and I hope that soon I will come back with a new record. ;)
     

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    Last edited: 21 Feb 2019
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