This Guy Is Offering $1,000 To Anyone Who Can Re-Create This Seemingly Simple ‘Super Mario 64’ Glitch

by 3 years ago

I totally understand what the video just explained to me but if I had to answer an essay prompt along the lines of “Explain what that dude in the video just told you,” I would fail. Miserably. I wish I understood anything in life as well as this guy understands Super Mario 64, so since I’m inept and you’re probably too lazy to watch the video here’s his explanation:

Recently, a video by twitch user DOTA_TeaBag was brought to my attention, in which he did an upwarp in Tick Tock Clock. I believe this is a new, unexplored glitch, but unfortunately I have been unsuccessful at recreating it myself. Thus, I’m putting a bounty of $1000 on the glitch. In other words, the first person to recreate the glitch and send it to me will earn $1000 from me.

The submission should be a .m64 and .st file, which when played perform the glitch. To submit, you can zip up these files, upload to TinyUpload.com, and then send me the link in a comment or private message. The bounty will hold until the first person successfully submits a recreation of the glitch, at which point I will add the word [CLAIMED] to the end of this video’s title, and then no one else will be eligible for the prize.

Got it? Go play Mario and hop around on walls in the pursuit of an easy $1,000. Or don’t, because you probably won’t get the game to glitch and you’ll waste hours of your life having Mario jump onto the same platform over and over. It’s your life, who am I to tell you what to do?


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