Super Mario World — Credits Warp in 4:49.8
YouTube gamer SethBling recently performed a fascinating feat by meticulously recreating a sequence of events to skip from the first level of the 1990 video game Super Mario World to the credits sequence for the game, effectively beating it without actually beating it. The method used–known as a “credits warp”–was initially discovered by Twitch user Jeffw356 using an emulator. Considering that SethBling made his run on a Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) video game console, he holds the world record for such an attempt by some definitions with his run of 4:49.8.
Super Mario World — Credits Warp in 5:59.6
via Daily of the Day