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Game Information:

Name Akumajou Special - Boku Dracula-kun (J)
Tournament NES-Regulation Play
System Nintendo Entertainment System
Company Konami
Year Released 1990
Type of Game Platform
Competition styleMost stages, least time, most points
Sum - Stages9
Average - Stages9.0
Sum - Length00:46:11.05
Average - Length00:46:11.05
Sum - LB Points20.000
Average - LB Points20.000
Lead Changes0

NOTE: Scores/Stages/Lengths/LB Points <= 0 as well as INACTIVE recordings do NOT count toward averages.

Submission Log:

NOTE: Yellow blocks indicate a score that was in 1st place at the time of submission.
UsernameScoreStagesLength LB PointsRank
Kale09 00:46:11.0520.0001
2011-07-10 17:55:10: 1cc, to be improved ...
UN-Confirmed by Skito2011-11-26 07:41:25: no matter what combination of famicom.hsi famicom.xml files I have copied from nes, I still get broken tiles with software crc=f916d969 sha1sum=a7f5329be0440498dc343504652eafcb39836609
Comment by Kale2011-07-19 16:40:02: Actually got it: go into your hash directory and duplicate nes.hsi file there ... then rename it to famicom.hsi ...

I'll try to get a proper fix for that ...
Comment by Kale2011-07-19 15:55:02: Try to use nes instead of famicom, apparently gfx loading doesn't get properly at start-up with unknown reason (I guess it's a memory overflow bug). I've obviously used famicom, and there was correct gfxs, fwiw ...
Comment by Skito2011-07-19 03:02:18: hmm, that's the crc i get. All sprites are messed up, backgrounds, textures, projectiles, characters. using famicom and wolfmess 141, dunno why this doesn't look right, did you play with bad sprites? I can't see a score let alone make out the playing character.
Comment by Kale2011-07-18 06:14:39: CRC = F916D969
Comment by Skito2011-07-15 11:34:52: need the crc of this one where the sprites are right, the [!] software doesn't seem to be right,and there are a lot of derivatives

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