- Mar 8, 2008
New score for The NewZealand Story;
152970 (Round 2-4) (Superseded by new score.)
I did not clarify my own stance on this before, so I'll do so now. The exploit being discussed is the reverse warp from level 2.1 to level 1.4 which can be reached from the block just above the cage at the ending. The regular path towards this is to warp from level 1.1 to the inside of the block on level 2.1 and to continue from there to level 1.4 (collecting the bonus letters in the process).Skeezix said:I'm afraid I can't see; I'd ask Prometheus (general NZS nerd) .. technically it'd be up to pickle or me, but I bet we're not equipped to answer.
It sounds like an exploit to me .. ie: in a way thats fine for single player, but if you coudl repeat it all day every day for infinite score, its just somethign best not done out of 'sportsmanship.'
Its like letting your opponent take back a move in chess; 'that was a dumb move, it just ruins the game for you to have done that; take it back, so we cna keep playing'
Good, time to raise the bar thenPrometheus said:I'm going to give The NewZealand Story another shot before the deadline tonight. Just so you all know that I haven't dropped out of the challenge. :lol:
What Stage and with or without warps?Caine said:
With warps (forward warps only, not the backwards warp exploit). I think that one was level 3.1.mr.miyagi said:What Stage and with or without warps?
In most MAME versions, it's done by pressing F12. I suspect it's no different here (someone correct me if I'm wrong, though, please).Caine said:How do you take a screenshot from mame4all?[/edit]