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Kaizo Hack Submissions - Edit: Most recent list of May 1st

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@ Dawn I'm pretty sure that this can be beaten much faster with a walljump or too..
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Originally posted by Will_Da_Beast
@ Dawn I'm pretty sure that this can be beaten much faster with a walljump or too..

i dont want to be fast, i only show him breaks.
Originally posted by Dawn
Originally posted by Will_Da_Beast
@ Dawn I'm pretty sure that this can be beaten much faster with a walljump or too..

i dont want to be fast, i only show him breaks.

It should be called a TAW then :P
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@ OGS93, well not TAW if he just meant to show breaks, then it wouldn't be a TAW. Generally TAWs are for puzzle-ish hacks of the variety. I don't know WHAT to call that video, honestly.
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Originally posted by Will_Da_Beast
@ OGS93, well not TAW if he just meant to show breaks, then it wouldn't be a TAW. Generally TAWs are for puzzle-ish hacks of the variety. I don't know WHAT to call that video, honestly.


I've seen TAWs of non-puzzle hacks. >.>
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yoshi island backgroundvery kaizo puzzle #w{<3}kaizo
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I believe its called a TAR. A tool assisted run. Because he isn't going for the fastest.
I think "TAW" is the best name for the video!
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Something I have started today.
Turbofa: Nice concept in your second video though 1:13 to 1:29. Also love the music in the first video.
@ Mockingod yah, i believe TAR would be the proper abbreviation for it.
@ Turbofa sick as always dude. #w{=3}
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Its mockingod not Mockingod. :<>:

Also turfoba, that is just the right difficulty of a kaizo hack. Nice.
actually, a wonderful backronym invented for TAS (i forget who i heard it from) was Tool-Assisted Superplay. that, in one simple stroke, puts together any run that uses tools and does stuff that is anywhere from very difficult (eg walljumps, midair jump-off-an-enemy timing) to impossible (eg frame-perfect glitches, subpixel manipulation). that means tool-assisted speedruns, tool-assisted walkthroughs, and most tool-assisted runs in general. in fact, simply hitting A/B on the first frame possible to speed through the start screen (or menus, or entering levels from the OW) would count.

also, something to get those TAS juices flowing: i completed a level of my new puzzlish! v2.0 expansion (it's going to have more kaizo-puzzle levels, but with a little less focus on the puzzles this time around) and then proceeded to successfully TAS it using ZSNES, even though there was this one jump that was kick-in-the-balls hard. (link pending here!). anyway, advertising it is not the point: i think i figured out why ZSNES desyncs so often.

since ZSNES has a metric ton of speed hacks written into it for games to run at more or less 60fps with low CPU usage, there were some corners cut when controller input recording and time continuity issues (rewinds, savestates, pausing, and the like) met, shook hands, and danced around a little bit. ZSNES tries to record what happens when, unlike SNES9x, which records what frame what was pressed or held (probably by directly manipulating $15 to $18 or something). this means that when you introduce rewinds, pauses, etc, you get some input not continuing properly through the jump in time, whether during recording or playback*. savestates seem to usually preserve the input properly, if you keep them consistent between level modes (savestating on the OW and loading it back while in the level you entered can sometimes cause a desync, etc). frame advance is just completely fucked over on ZSNES, so i wouldn't even suggest touching it with a 50 foot pole if you care about your TAS.

remember: sometimes it's just the fragility of the situation that will desync your TAS. try taking a different route, or just upgrade to SNES9x completely.

so yeah. something to chew on. using only savestates and slowdown (AFAIK up to 1/64 speed works fine) in ZSNES has a higher chance of your TAS not desyncing. and that was why.

* try it yourself: record something kaizo and preferably long-ish with only savestates, then play it back and use pauses and rewinds often during it - you will usually get a desync later on.
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@ algorithmshark i played the first level, and it was awesome, so cant wait to play the next.

Also, sorry, "mockingod". :P
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i don't want to put in my old post, for fear people wouldn't see it.

v2.0 PUZZLISH !

ZSNES TAS included. happy kaizo-ing!

@Will awesome, a fan! it's a little less puzzle oriented as of right now, but it isn't called PUZZLISH! for nothing :D
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@ algorithmshark I'll most likely TAS this, but if you want I'll wait 'till the whole things done, or I can do it level-by-level.
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@Will, will you be making a sequel to "The Bone Hunt"?

kinda out of the blue but ive been meaning to pm you on yt about it for a while ^^;
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@ OGS93 Eh, idk. I have started and not finished some pit stuff that I can distribute out, although they are usually just 1 or 2 levels.

And algorithmshark, i finished TASing Puzzlish v0.2, and i can send you the .smv if you wanna fix the level breaks. Awesome hack Btw!
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@Will: actually, a copy of the SMV would be nice. also, you can upload it however you want: level-by-level, or when i finish completely. i would personally suggest you hold off uploading, at least until i announce that it'll be the final version of the level - i constantly find breaks, even myself. (you should see the original level: i can the the silver POW with only the shell and the key! i'm not going to edit it though, because i believe in enjoying the puzzle for its puzzlishness, not it's breakability.)

so yeah. your call.
that goes for the rest of you, too: TAS it, LP it, whatever. just enjoy it :)
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Alright, here's the link:

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hey, anyone got a tas request? i am doing spw3, but im getting bored (im stuck trying to pull something off) and i was gonna do kaizzle 2 (or wat ever its called) but i cant find any really game breaking breaks so i dont feel like playing the entire thing...
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