RecordBreaker

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  1. '94 SNES Hockey

    Thanks Halifax, I had this in the back of my mind like a bucket-list. One day years later I recorded a game using the Twin Galaxies 10 minute period format. One reason I did it was (partly) because someone posted a fake 182 to 1 picture (it's gone now) mockingly suggesting mine was fake which it wasn't. It didn't even feel like my best game, the goals were so-so, but it just happened that the A.I. (goalie, etc.) was bad in that game (hot/cold streaks, players/goalie attributes change every game, sometimes they're all really, really bad in a perfect storm type game which is what happened). Anyways, thanks for the advice.
  2. '94 SNES Hockey

    It was a one player game, I didn't pull the other team's goalie, it was done on an actual SNES and I didn't cheat to achieve this score. When I took the picture years ago, I thought that would prove it was legitimate - (not even thinking about pulling the goalie which I recall doing many years ago to first score 100 goals.) Now people know how to edit roms on their computer. That does sound quite interesting, I always wanted to get into the programming of '94 Hockey. I guess someone could edit a picture as well. I can tell by the reaction that it's a pretty good feat amongst '94 players when people say they don't believe it. I'll take that as a compliment, thanks. P.S. Maybe it doesn't matter if people believe it or not. I was just curious to see if anyone else scored more than 143 goals on an original SNES.
  3. '94 SNES Hockey

    I played All Stars East vs. Tampa Bay in a 20 minute game and won 143 - 1. Has anyone on this website scored more than 143 goals in '94 Hockey for SNES? This was done on a Super Nintendo, took picture of tv screen. Dan Cameron, B.C. Canada.