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01-23-2021 at 05:54 AM
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Will Paul Dean be willing to play&submit a recording of Spy Hunter to 3 million pts to Twin Galaxies

I am sure Twin Galaxies members would enjoy seeing Paul Dean play Spy Hunter on a video game recording and submit to Twin Galaxies on a sit down version of arcade game or stand up version. For record keeping in Twin Galaxies Scoreboard Database archives

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  1. Fly's Avatar

    Doubtful. I've seen him play into the millions without losing a man at California Extreme and it just angered his critics. Some of which were there. He only stopped because the gas pedal broke off during his game.


    Fly

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    Question

    1. Will Paul Dean be willing to submit a recording of Spy Hunter to 3 million points or more to Twin Galaxies?

    Twin Galaxies members who would greatly appreciate his Spy Hunter game achievement and would love to see his masterful game play and adjudicate and vote yes by his fellow Twin Galaxies members & be put in Twin Galaxies Scoreboard Database archives , for all to see in the future.

    2. Doubtful Paul Dean will not submit , if so why does Paul Dean will not submit Twin Galaxies would appreciate and love to see him play.

    3. Hector you said that Paul Dean scored millions of points on arcade game Spy Hunter at California Extreme event for charity.

    4. Why would Paul Dean not submit a recording of Spy Hunter like 3 million points to Twin Galaxies,

    5. what are the reasons he would not there only 7 men in Spy Hunter.

    6. This would be a great opportunity for Paul Dean to show the nay sayers and negative critics that they were all wrong and put a rest to all these false allegations of Paul Dean using a Bug/ Glitch to achieve a score of 9.5 million points on arcade game Spy Hunter and shut them for good.

    7. I know especially on arcade racing games if the steering, braking, accelerator are not working properly , it is really hard to achieve your best times and it is big ✋ handicap under these conditions. I pass on old arcade games that are not working properly , I hate it , it is a challenge but bothersome.

    I personally seen millions scored on Spy Hunter by a player I knew in the 80's ,so I know it can be done as well a the guy who broke the Tron world record from Florida.

    I know of the bug/glitch on Spy Hunter & got millions of points.

    I know of 100's of bugs/glitches on arcade and console games from Galaga no shots,Sinistar 255,Joust petetactle, Winter X game Sno Cross takedown 00 seconds on 7 tracks and countless other arcade and console game glitches/bugs.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fly

    Doubtful. I've seen him play into the millions without losing a man at California Extreme and it just angered his critics. Some of which were there. He only stopped because the gas pedal broke off during his game.


    Fly

    Updated 01-23-2021 at 08:02 AM by JJT_Defender
  3. The Evener's Avatar

    I think it was CAX 2006 where Paul put up a score of 1,184,340:

    http://spyhunter007.com/california_extreme_high_score_results.htm

    It's about a third down the page? Keyword search "koolpe" and you'll find the entry.

    For aspiring Spy Hunters, this was Paul's advice in earlier interviews:

    -practice 3 hours a day
    -spend countless sessions playing without weapons
    -reached well over 800,000 on his first man
    -He started remembering patterns in the game that he used to avoid getting his arcade character killed.
    -11.5 hours to reach 9,512,590

    Considering the rarity of 1 million on Spy Hunter, I wanted to give an extra shout-out to TJKinkead for putting a 1 million submission, possibly the first 1 million game recorded on video.

    https://www.twingalaxies.com/showthread.php/225669-Arcade-Spy-Hunter-Points-1-151-310-Timothy-Kinkead

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  4. Fly's Avatar

    My first visit to California Extreme was 2008 or 2009. So I saw him play after that 2006 performance. It wasn't a charity event. He just went to the machine and played till the pedal broke off.

    You can probably contact him through CAGDC to help answer all of your questions.

    Fly

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  5. Snowflake's Avatar

    obvioulsy questions to paul can only with sureness be answerd by him. hes pretty active on http://www.classicarcadegaming.com/ you might want to ask him there.

    his score has been pretty openly questioned for a while, its my understanding he's respected. i know refs vouching his score was legit doesnt really count to proof as a lot of us considering the nonsense ref's have vouched for, but point is he has gone through scrutiny. so i do think its good to give him benefit of the doubt and keep questions/doubts respectful

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