Speedrunners have long been exploiting 8-bit games by “reprogramming” them. Pixel-perfect inputs can be used to trigger memory events, usually for the purpose of beating games in fractions of the time it would ordinarily take. A similar exploit exists in the classic Mario Game Boy game 6 Golden Coins, but it exists in…
The folks at 1A4STUDIO occasionally release speedruns, one-minute animated tours through classic films. In this one, they condense all two-and-a-half hours of 2001: A Space Odyssey and make the ending even more opaque.
2001: A Space Odyssey earns the term "epic" more than almost any other movie. The two-hour-and-forty-one-minute cinema classic is an absolute must-watch. But if you don't have that kind of time, Speedrun just very loosely condensed the plot down to a mere 60 seconds.
1A4STUDIO has selected Blade Runner as the subject for its latest 60-second speedrun, administering Voight-Kampff tests and retiring replicants in a single minute. And yes, there's a unicorn.
The latest 60-second Speedrun through a science fiction movie takes us through the action-packed mayhem of Aliens, from Jonesy to Ripley's power loader. Those Xenomorphs are still vicious in this format, so watch out.
Want to watch A New Hope today? Want to watch it every day? Just can't find the time? This awesome, animated, 60-second speedrun should help. From the folks who brought you high-speed versions of Back to the Future and The Matrix, this redux is waaaaay better than that special edition stuff. What's your guess for…