K5 Round 1 - Over Top (Elimination)

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Post by Weehawk » Fri Sep 08, 2006 9:28 pm

Phil Lamat wrote:
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Phil Lamat wrote:http://www.twingalaxies.com/index.aspx? ... 9&vi=15386

Time to send your best results, on general but also on each stage ...
Click the link I give, then click on the + just after title "Over Top"

It was taking me to the Ghost Hunter listing previously.
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Post by Phil Lamat » Wed Jan 03, 2007 7:40 pm

RAX wrote:First stage in 17"91 !!!
It was my best starting stage ever..... and I've lost it with my awful gameplay :(
My best ever is 18"13, but I've managed a crashless run just behind !!
Total time : 3'10"21 !!!
http://marp.retrogames.com/inp/c/9/0/ph ... olf101.zip
Not so bad for my first 2007 submission (happy new year to all by the way)

Mixing best Falcon scores from me, Rax and Joey : http://www.sikraiken.com/overtop.html :
stage1 : 17"91 (Rax)
stage2 : 23"55 (me)
stage3 : 23"03 (me)
stage4 : 26"66 (joey)
stage5 : 24"55 (me)
stage6 : 26"05 (joey)
stage7 : 46"61 (joey)

Theoretical total = 3'08"36

Better scores (but with other vehicle) by Valter TRB on :
http://www.twingalaxies.com/index.aspx? ... 9&vi=15386
stage2 : 20"86
stage3 : 20"94
stage6 : 23"25
stage7 : 42"42
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Post by RAX » Fri Jan 05, 2007 8:54 am

I was been impressed by your previous 3'11"xx recording. This one with that first stage is unbelivable, really great job!
I have OverTop in my playing-list, but not so soon. ;)
I pretty dislike the fact that you have to start 5-9 games to have the right starting combination, THEN try a good boost, THEN try a good first curve (almost blindfold), THEN try to perform a no-crash-race. It means a really low quantity of opportunities to perform a good score, and THIS makes your replay a great replay :!:

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Post by Phil Lamat » Fri Jan 05, 2007 9:08 am

RAX wrote:THIS makes your replay a great replay :!:
Thank you. I'm proud of this one indeed.
I agree with you for stage 1, but with practice now I can make a good time (around 19") 80% of each time I get the motorbike on the left.
For me the hardest part stays to take the shortcut at beginning of stage 4.

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