Andrew Gardikis completed the Super Mario Bros. game in four minutes, 58.56 seconds.
Ryan Sullivan played 13 different video game consoles in one minute.
The feat was set at Ohayocon, an annual Japanese animation and gaming convention. Sullivan is the Tournament Coordinator and Gaming Department Head at the event, which is in its 11th year.
Consoles and games in the lineup:
Super Nintendo- Super Mario World
Wii- Wii Sports Resort (100 Pin Bowling)
Xbox 360- Super Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition
Gamecube - Super Smash Bros. Melee
NES - Legend of Zelda
Dreamcast - Crazy Taxi
Playstation - Gex
Genesis - Sonic The Hedgehog
Xbox - Halo 2
PS2 - Namco Museum 50th Anniversary (Rolling Thunder)
Sega Saturn - Revolution X
PS3 - Tekken 6
Atari VCS - Missile Command
Bryan Singh completed an entire game of Super Mario Bros. and scored
only 700 points.
Sami M. completed a lap on Excitebike in 28.43 seconds.
Samuel W. completed a 10-man smash in Super Smash Bros. in 5.33 seconds.
Matthew F. completed level 1-1 of New Super Mario Bros. in 32.08 seconds.
Jordan R. held a tower of 63 GameCube games in one hand.
Jake S. completed World 1-1 in New Super Mario Bros. in 23.26 seconds.
JK jumped rope using the cord of a GameCube controller 84 times.
Eric Cummings earned 680,100 points playing BurgerTime on the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Glen Updike scored 1,111,100 points in Karate Champ. He dedicated this record to his good friend Josh Jones. See entire game here.
Bobby Wilson earned $2,015,000 in Rock N' Roll Racing (SNES).
John S. logged 370 hours and 30 minutes on Pokemon Moon Version.
Phil Timmons earned 2,727,840 points playing Mario Bros. on the Nintendo Entertainment System.
See entire video here.
Matthew Buco achieved the highest possible score of 999,999 points in Tetris (NES). He accomplished the feat with only 207 completed lines.
Mason C. earned 5,943,660 points in Super Mario Bros. 3.
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