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NES

Description:

This straddles the line between game and tool. It is for testing mash speed. You set a mash button (A, B, Start, Select or “B with down” to simulate Ninja Gaiden Jaquio mashing. You set a time limit (1, 2, 5 or 10 seconds). Once time is complete, it will display number of buttons mashed and the rate of button pushes per second.

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User Review Information

Decent but minor bads

Reviewed By: Sky_Yoshi on 26 Jan 2017

Well, I like the consept. especially the fact that it’s native to NES! There are a lot of options and some fun little graphics (Which is debatable though!) and for being a Homebrew game, it’s quite amazing! Though, here are some bads. Especially with the counter. usually going past 16 presses in 1 second is cool! especially when you are Master Higgins (Takahashi Meijin) hehe. but my friend (Ho is really slow at mashing buttons and his Shwatch another Button Mashing Counter from Hudson gave him 7 press at 1 second!) scored 19 presses in 1 second(No Turbo Functions)! I mean, that’s impossible for a human to do. even with some machine for mashing buttons, it’s only 17 in 1 sec. I was like… WHAT. So! Conclusion, Decent but small mistakes. If you are finding for alternatives, go and find Shwatch from Hudson which is essentially a Famicom controller without D-Pad ad has an LCD on it for counting mashing buttons. also, you have Milon’s Secret Castle Japanese Version which also has a counter on the title screen(Made because of the popularity of Master Higgins,Takahashi Meijin!) which is more confusing. Anyway, Good Job! I like your work and keep up going, Good luck!

Version 1.0 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Decent but minor badsSky_Yoshi26 Jan 20171.0Yes