Can someone point me in the direction on how to capture RF machines scores?
For the most part you just need to set up a camera and capture the screen. Make sure you show the console and the settings if any on it, also make sure you show some dead air before you boot or reboot the system. Welcome aboard.
Hey, I'm not interested in becoming verified or submitting scores (I don't even have any original hardware) but I have something to share about a score in the Score Dispute forum and this seems to be one of the few places I can post anything.
In this thread, they can't work out how the player can get a time of 20 seconds. I've never played this game before and decided to load it on an emulator and figure it out. I knew there had to be a stupid trick to it. The best the forum got was 1:20.51. After trying a few things and working out a method, the best I got 0:33.24. So I believe 20 is possible if it was refined some more.
What you do is you roll as much as you can and flip as much as you can. That's it. It takes 2 seconds from your total time for each roll and 1 second for each flip. You just need to not be greedy so that you can finish the race.
The Fisher King
So exactly how many times do you flip or whatever. People lose track that the point isnt just that the time is possible but that the person did it too. If its nothing more than doing some flips at a certain point then why wouldnt Tom just say what it was. Why not do this for every single Crusin Score? Cant boost either so boosting a flip would not be allowed either (if that is what is needed I have never played this soooooo)
Looking forward to the video it should be pretty cool :D
This happened quicker than I thought. I'm down to 00:6.24 now, recorded. I wonder what happens when you get lower than 0.
I flip over 60 times and have only about 3 seconds left on the clock, usually.