Records: [NES NTSC] A-Type

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

  1. That looks like the right speed for level 19 - 30Hz drop
     
  2. Thanks.
     
  3. Name: Dan Chilton (bjork24)
    Country: USA
    City: Springfield
    Score: 749,256 (Level 18 start, 26 end)
    Date: 07/04/2019
    Hardware: NES

    Slowly but surely working my way to 800k before the qualifier in Dallas next month

    [​IMG]
     
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  4. Yeah. I am somewhat competitive and failing Lv19 after max 10 lines constantly is kinda demotivating. The 47 lines was quite the exception plus playing fairly risk-averse. But it's slowly reaching the point I get more and more comfortable with 19 and thus I managed to have a new PB. My main issue for now is either stupid misdrops when DAS barely isn't enough OR more often than that I end up fucking up in situations that are new to my brain and I take a split second too long to think, thus I react too slowly, misdrop and then it becomes a chain of unfortunate events. My Lv19 PB is the best example for that. With this PB I also have a theoretical 900k with my best 18 and 19 combined.(please don't put this into the lv19 leaderboard)

     
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  5. Name: Alejo Gacioppo (Alejodios)
    Score: 778679 (Level 18 start, level 27 end 20190710_004305.png )
    Country: Argentina
    Hardware: Emulator
    Date: 7/10/2019
     
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  6. 637.376 transition and I choke it like an idiot with 2 stupid post-transition misdrops in a row. This should've reached over the 700k mark. So essentially my pb of best 18 and 19 (the one from 10 days ago) right now is 8000 points short of 900k.

     
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  7. At least that Tetris would have been 661376 points. Well played still, nice transy!
     
  8. Name: DanQZ/TSpinQZ/Dan
    Score: 928,260 (19 start, 29 end)
    Date: July 12, 2019
    Hardware: RetroN HD (NES clone console)
    Country: USA

    (starts at about 47 minutes)
     
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  9. DLo

    DLo

    Name: DLo (aka David Lopez aka real_diculous)
    Score: 999,999 (L18 start to maxout at L28/228 lines)
    Date: 8/9/19
    Hardware: NES console (standard NES controller)
    Country: USA (NJ)
    Game on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaddpPjYTgY ADE38632-354B-45D2-92A5-1C81AC718BB9.jpeg
     
    Last edited: 13 Aug 2019
  10. hey kitaru,

    please figure out my 29.xx :) i think my thing is 29.1x or so




    using my math i got:

    232 - (972047 + 1200*30 - 999999) / (1200*30)

    231.776444444, which is 29 + 1.8
     
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  11. Name : Nicholas Stech
    Score : 476860 (L9 Start to L19 finish with 9 lines)
    Date: Aug 14th
    Hardware : Emulator
    Country : USA
    City : Portland

    Posted screen pics of a couple sessions with scores and high score.
    -Nick
     

    Attached Files:

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  12. I was curious to know who had the most 1.2s? I know Jonas, Joseph, Koryan, and TylerP have at least 2, and that Richard only has one - though he did just score 1,199,979 earlier today (!):

    www.twitch.tv/videos/467359277?t=00h52m39s

    I'll assume Harry only has one also, given that his PB is just above 1.2.

    Anybody know?
     
    Last edited: 15 Aug 2019
  13. Name: Eris
    Score: 837'540 ( 18-28 )
    Date: Aug 15th, 2019
    Hardware: NES + CRT + Controller
    Country: Switzerland
    Video:
     
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  14. Sorry for posting again ... literally got this the other day (today), followed by a 830'020 game that died in Level 26 with a very good pace and the chance to get my first ever 900k+ score. Two 800's in a row, also something I never managed to achieve so far.

    Name: Eris
    Score: 883'620 (18-29)
    Date: Aug 16th, 2019
    Hardware: NES + CRT + Controller
    Country: Switzerland
    Video:
     
  15. Name: BeastinShen
    Score: 999,999 (18 start, last tetris on 226 lines)
    Date: Aug 3rd, 2019
    Hardware: NES + CRT + Controller
    Country: Murica
    Video:
     
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  16. Sorry again for posting again, but PB's happen when they happen, sometimes insanely often, sometimes not for a year. This was - once again - a pretty fast new PB.

    Name: Eris
    Score: 905'740 (18-27, 212 Lines)
    Date: Aug 20th, 2019
    Hardware: NES + CRT + Controller
    Country: Switzerland
    Video:
     
  17. Name: galoomba
    Country: Slovenia
    Score: 1,211,460 (999,999 at 187.65 lines, topout at 230 lines)
    Date: 2019-08-16
    Hardware: Emulator (FCEUX), keyboard
    Video: www.twitch.tv/videos/468400402 (embedding gives a 404 error)
     
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  18. Name: Dan Chilton (bjork24)
    Country: USA
    City: Springfield
    Score: 912,661 (Level 18 start, 27 end)
    Date: 08/25/2019
    Hardware: NES

    The tips I learned during the Southern Qualifier have really helped. Hopefully I can max before Portland!

    [​IMG]
     
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  19. Name: Alejo Gacioppo
    Country: Argentina
    Score: 999999 at 201 lines, 987k at 197 lines
    Date: August 25
    Hardware: Emulator
    20190825_212711.png
     
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  20. it wasn't recognized in the Guiness world records because there wasn't a camera to show the console + video quality wasn't great.
    tbf harry's video quality isn't any better, but TL;DR it was because it wasn't recognized by Guiness world records (lol) that it isn't "official"

    Nowadays of course our standards have relaxed in some ways and tightened in others. For e.g, an emulator maxout, especially with keyboard in 2005 would have been considered not official but now you could use retroarch + runahead + keyboard + crt to get an "easier" game than console and maxout and no one would blink an eyelid.

    In fact there's a video of Jonas 19 maxing before Harry 18 maxed.
     
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