Here’s a look at how to pull off some of the most notable glitches in the original Metroid. Perhaps the most notable is the Door Jump, a glitch that lets you reach areas of the game before you’re supposed to, as well as access portions of the map that shouldn’t exist.
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By using the Contra jump glitch, you can reach platforms that would just normally fall out of reach.
Here may be the fastest real-time route through waterfall stage.
Note: The player has invulnerability set for testing purposes so that’s why he’s changing colors.
For a bit more detail, see the video’s description here.
Here’s the video…
If you happen to have a PAL version of Blaster Master for the NES, it’s possible to exploit a somewhat random glitch while passing through doors that lets you skip ahead several screens. When done correctly, you can get to and defeat the final boss in under five minutes.
Below is a tool-assisted video showing how it would work. For more details, see here.
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While Total Recall for the NES is generally considered to be an awful game, if you happen to have a copy, here’s a fun trick you can use on the first level to have multiple versions of Michael Ironside’s character chase you through the streets… at least until the game slows to a crawl…
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In Robocop for the NES, if you press the SELECT button, you’ll experience a brief bout of invulnerability.
…Which means you can literally walk through the game and only need to make any sort of attack during boss battles or when enemies simply won’t get out of the way.
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If you suffered through the Water Temple in Ocarina of Time and still shudder when you recall the experience, then check out this speed run that uses every glitch possible to get to the boss in under one minute!
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In Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins, if you exit a level while traveling through a pipe and then re-enter the level, you can fall through the floor into the game’s code, as represented by tiles from the game. If you touch the right tile, you can initiate the end of the game in as quick as 3 minutes 41 seconds!
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While playing The Legend of Zelda, you may have noticed the wand can sometimes hit enemies above or next to you. Here’s a bit more about the wand glitch from the description of the YouTube video below:
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If you have the NES version of Donkey Kong, you can actually beat the first level in a handful of seconds while only needing to jump two barrels and climb up one ladder.
Continue reading Donkey Kong NES 1st Stage Trick
Here’s a video that shows what’s going on in videos of the original Super Mario Bros. when you see Mario running backwards and why it usually only happens when you play on an emulator…
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