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Where's Waldo? NES speed run
This game would have been more aptly titled 'What's Waldo?'
bleeding from my ears
, WALK FASTER WALDO
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Is there video of someone speed-running the actual book? I'm too lazy to find out.
In the fifth circle of hell, the only permissible form of entertainment is the "Where's Waldo?" books.
In the sixth circle of hell, the only permissible form of entertainment is this.
But which circle is Waldo himself in? Let's find him!
"Where's Waldo?" for the NES is the worst game I have ever played. And I have suffered through some pretty bad games.
Bethesda Softworks made this game...
How can you tell? Waldo never falls through the floor.
why in the world would some one do this? it takes new levels of autism to take the time to master this game.
also, this would be 30 seconds long if it skipped the cutscenes of waldo walking.
With emulator save states, not even mental illness remains as an excuse.
why did he go to the moon? did anything happen there? that lunar surface graphic was the most impressive thing in the whole game.
To escape the gang stalking.
Terrible TAS? Take your pick. http://tasvideos.org/Movies/GruefoodDelight.html
Waldo sure likes taking the long way everywhere he goes.
To this day there hasn't been a worse concept for a video game.
It's a really special feat in game-design when someone can play it as fast as humanly possible but it still feels like it's taking too long.
Waldo's pathfinding algorithm SUCKS.
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