I was asked to reorganize all arguments and evidence in 1 post and number them so supersonic917 could provide his answers for them number by number, so here they are:
1. In Aquarium Park 1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLKuTU-SEbQ
comparison video with TAS, supersonic917 deleted the original after my first post) you do a double jump and a boost in 5 frames, which means 3 different inputs in a time of less than 0.2 seconds of which the first 2 require you to press the same button, as seen here: http://imgur.com/a/NGfRF
, this is impossible for a human. You replied saying that another guy could also do that, in this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvdQUhHMy48
. The person in the video however did these actions in 10 frames as displayed here: http://imgur.com/a/8bul6
, which is twice as long as your inputs making this argument invalid. Can you explain us exactly how you were able to do these inputs?
2. In Starlight Carnival 5 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BBw1Or6GmAY
) you did 3 boosts in 6 frames as shown here: http://imgur.com/a/MBOsS
. These are frame perfect button presses of the same button and are too fast for a human, so you claim that you pressed the button really fast is impossible. Please explain how you were able to do these inputs.
3. In Asteroid Coaster 2 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DohFf1S4O2E
) you did a frame perfect homing attack (first frame the targeting system activates) onto a spring twice as shown in these pictures http://imgur.com/WBuOJ3r http://imgur.com/9FmFiz9
. You replied saying you pressed the same button twice really fast, but not only would you need to have borderline impossible speed, but you would have to time the homing attack precisely when the targeting system activates, which depends on your distance from the spring and the location, so it can only be timed correctly if you jump at the same location every time, which is impossible for a human (spamming the button hoping to get lucky is not an alternative in this situation, because it would activate a double jump). How were you able to do these inputs?
Any other arguments we had gameplay wise like the aiming of the jump in point 1 and the frame perfect homing attacks into the asteroids we have not included in this list, because they would be possible for humans with very lucky aiming and button mashing which, while statistically very unlikely, is not 100% impossible. Same thing goes for his claim to perform these actions on a keyboard, highly unlikely, but to our knowledge not impossible.
Supersonic917, could you please provide anwsers for each of these points seperately?