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New Super Mario 64 Glitch Discovered With $1,000 Bounty For Instructions On How To Pull It Off

Super-Mario-64-Glitch-BountyOver time you may have seen a rise in the amount of gamers exploiting old titles in order to finish them as quick as possible. Events such as Awesome Games Done Quick have raised awareness to this niche community, with players such as Cosmo gaining a reputation for being able to beat Zelda: Ocarina of Time in mere minutes. Another game which is popular within this community is Super Mario 64, one which is currently offering a reward for players who can replicate a specific glitch.

Not too long ago a player broadcasting his playthrough of Super Mario 64 on Twitch managed to warp himself all the way to the top of the Tick Tock Clock level be accident. Although it may have been just a mere glitch to this player, an exploit like this is invaluable to speedrunners as it can shave minutes off existing records. One eager member of the community is hoping to find out how exactly this trick was pulled off, however, despite his own efforts to replicate the error he’s found himself scratch his head as to how it works.

With this in mind the speedrunner has decided to get the help of the retro gaming world by putting forward a $1,000 bounty for anyone who is able to recreate this Super Mario 64 glitch. By using the Nintendo 64 emulator Mupen64, YouTube user pannenkoek2012 is hoping for someone to send him a recording of the glitch taking place in within a .m64 in exchange for the cash.

Although seeming a crazy amount for instructions on how to make the Nintendo 64 misbehave, the knowledge behind such a significant glitch can easily change a standard speedrun into a championship winning one. So get hunting gamers!

Super Mario 64 Glitch Bounty Announcement


 

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