Records: [NES NTSC] A-Type

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

  1. How about an all-time Top Ten? Something like:

    1. TylerP - 1.298
    2. PMYA - 1.281
    3. Harry - 1.275
    4. Koryan - 1.273
    5. Koryan - 1.257
    6. JD - 1.255
    7. Jonas - 1.245
    8. Koryan - 1.244
    9. Berenyi - 1.239
    10. Berenyi - 1.230

    PS As I was checking on this I noticed that Koryan posted 25+0.63 as his earliest maxout, which puts him above JD in Kitaru's list (video here).
     

  2. Richard beat JD's 1.2, by around 70 or so points.
     
  3. @Classic Tetris WRs, @PMYA and @Adonis Mouse: please, create a separate thread dedicated to discussing world records above a million points, because it's getting a little messy here. This thread should only contain player entries so that we can view them conveniently. ;)
     
  4. Done. I put a list of various World Records here, and also what may or may not be the Top 20 recorded NTSC scores of all time. Thanks for your input. :)
     
    Last edited: 25 Oct 2019
  5. Name: S1ft
    Location: England
    Score: 342533 points (level 15 start, 98 lines, level 15 end)
    Date: 30.10.2019
    Hardware: Retroarch 1.7.5, Nestopia core (emulator) + 8bitdo NES controller
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  6. sorry I don't know how to calculate the line thing hydrantdude helped me calculate the score tho
    Name: NerDzzzzz
    Country: Hong Kong
    Score: 999,999 (lv28+8.007 lines)
    ( 1,020,934; lv18 )
    Date: 2019-10-29
    Hardware: NES, controller, LCD monitor
    link:
     
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  7. New PB - 885,477
    Got to level 29 with no lines so guessing 230 on lines

    I have a question for any reading this. What are the score benchmarks you want to be hitting in order to be on max out pace? In this game I transitioned at about 600k and played it real safe until I got to level 25 and saw I had a good chance to beat my personal best then I turned it on. Obviously burned too many lines 19-25. But I am curious where you want to be on transition and where you want to be at say level 25 etc. thanks!
     

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  8. 560-600 transition is what you want for first max probably. On 25 you ideally want something close to 800, but it is possible to max with a very low 700 going into 25.
     
  9. What qualifies as an emulator? I play on nullpomino retro marathon type A using a keyboard. Is a score from that allowed?
     
  10. Does the leaderboard still updates lmao just asking
     
  11. Just bumped it up to 524,283! If it matters, haha.
     
  12. I just noticed that TylerP isn't on there; his WR score must be one of the fastest - not sure how to calculate it, but he had 986,920 at 185 lines and scored a Tetris to maxout.

    Chris Foryst has an up-to-date list of maxouters (it has 77 people on it, as opposed to 47 here).
     
  13. @Kitaru: when you updating the main table in the first post of this thread (and in the thread about the PAL version), you should also check @Phor's spreadsheets, because not all players report their record in this forum. Currently, the tables here are still out of date and cannot be relied on. I know it's more work, but it's worth spending more time for this.

    If you can't update the tables yourself in a such a way, somebody can give @Phor the moderator permission so that he can edit your posts and modify the tables.
     
    Last edited: 19 Nov 2019
  14. finally got something to report here... a slight betterment of my early max PR... no betterment in my high score total though:

    maxout at lvl 27 plus 1.55 lines:

     
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  16. So the equation is:

    (999999-s)/v*t+l

    Where s=pre-maxout score; v=value of tetris/burn; t=number of lines cleared to reach maxout; and l=number of pre-maxout lines.

    Is that right?

    If so, I make Tyler P's 1.298 game (maxing out on Level 24) to have been at 186.744 lines (Level 24+6.744 lines). That's two lines behind Harry.
     
    Last edited: 21 Nov 2019
  17. I made a little excel calculator to figure all that out; you just have to enter the pre-maxout state and number of lines cleared to reach maxout:

    upload_2019-11-21_15-47-11.png

    Also tacked on a final score calculator for non-game genied games. Can't attach excel file here, but it's on google drive. Or for final score there's this very pretty one, made by EricICX.
     
    Last edited: 29 Nov 2019
  18. You've got to be kidding me...
    at least you can say it's consistent.
    upload_2019-11-21_20-58-2.png
     

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  19. Hey! Congratulations on adding 260 points to your PB. :D
     
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  20. Name: furious programming
    Location: Tuchów (Poland)
    Score: 775.748 points (level 18 start, 178 lines, level 23 finish) (previous post here)
    Transition: using double with 129 lines
    Date: 25.11.2019
    Hardware: FCEUX 2.2.3 (emulator) + Data Frog NES-like USB controller

    I'm slowly coming back from the PAL version. I started playing the NTSC version for several days and just established a new PB from level 18. For now, I will stay with this version and I will probably play it until I get the max out. I hope it will happen soon. ;)

    new pb.png new pb castle.png new pb nick.png
     

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