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Commodore 64 - Gyruss [Parker Brothers] - EMU - Points - 550,050 - Paul Streifel

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  1. Commodore 64 - Gyruss [Parker Brothers] - EMU - Points - 550,050 - Paul Streifel

    06-17-2018, 12:21 PM
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    EMU - Points
    Score Trackhttps://www.twingalaxies.com/scores.php?scores=29440
    RulesThis game has no settings for the player to select, therefore no specific rules apply. Please use default settings.
    Submission MessageHey champs! Decided to do this on a practice run before I try to pull this off on a legit system later this month at an event in southern California.

    Emulator used: CCS64 V1.9.2

    Controller used for run: N30 Arcade Stick

    Run begins at 5:00 mark. Ends at 50:53.
  2. 06-19-2018, 01:51 AM
    #2
    I nominate @Marcade to be the "bad guy" here..
  3. 06-19-2018, 09:29 AM
    #3
    Quote Originally Posted by RaGe View Post
    I nominate @Marcade to be the "bad guy" here..
    I hate playing the bad guy...Especially when I once submitted to this track. :(

    50 FPS must be disclosed and shown in the settings during the game play, as PAL has been the universally accepted video format.
    Although an EMU is an EMU, Vice is strongly preferred here at TG. (not mandatory)

    @RaGe. You may add anything else I left out, as you were once the C64 referee, and created this rule set during your tenure.


    https://www.twingalaxies.com/showthr...235#post796235

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    Justice for scoreboard track EQUALITY!
  4. 06-19-2018, 09:34 AM
    #4
    Yuck. In that case, I will cancel this submission. How frustrating. If this is gonna be the way of things, can those rules actually be stated within the track specifications? I'm not begrudging the rule, but the presentation is all. I find it really taxing to have to search for rules before submitting, and putting all that effort into a submission only to have this undone like this.

    I'm not someone who has ever submitted to Commodore 64 records, so I'm finding this to be even more frustrating than normal.
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