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why is this so satisfying to watch
This made me laugh so fucking hard good job sir
Jesus christ this was so fucking good. You're my hero forever
Possibly the meme of the month right here
Now do it in half an A press
AN A PRESS IS AN A PRESS YOU CAN'T SAY IT'S ONLY HALF
I honestly believe half an A press is just some made up term
The argument in short is that if you want to push a button twice you need to
1: Press the button
2: Release the button
3: Press the button again
4 Release the button again.
Therefore a full press is to press and release the button or else you would not be able to press it again.
So just pressing the button and not releasing it is half a press.
Every time someone posts a half A press video, I see the same comments, over and over, asking what it means. Even though, Pannenkoek always puts a whole paragraph in the discription explaining it, which even starts with "If you're wondering about the half A press, read this before commenting to ask why."
Well a "fuzzy" Panda, hear me out.An A press actually has three parts to it. When A is pressed, when A is held, and when A is released. And together, this forms one complete A press. Now, usually, it's the pressing that's useful. Because that's the only part that makes Mario jump. However, sometimes it's sufficient to just use the holding part, which allows Mario to do little kicks, to swim in water, to fall slowly while twirling, and to fall slowly with the wing cap. And as for the release, well, there's currently no cases where that's useful or important, so don't worry about that part. Now, if we map out the required A presses for Wing Mario Over The Rainbow, it would look like this. We merely need to hold A to reach the canon platform, we need to press A to launch from the first canon, and we need to press A again to launch from the second canon. So, how many A presses is that total? Well, it appears to be three, and if we were doing this star in isolation, then yeah, it would be three. But, in a full game A button challenge run, there are other A presses that occur earlier in the run, such as this A press needed to get into the course. So, if we take that A press into consideration as well, then how many A presses would it take? The naive answer would be four. One to enter the course and the three within the course that we established earlier. However, we can do better. We can actually do it in three by simply holding out the first A press to be used for the half A press. Because the half A press only required A to be held, not actually pressed. So in this fashion, Wing Mario Over The Rainbow only adds on an additional two A presses to the run since the first A press just leeches off of a previous A press. So, to capture this phenomenon, we call it 2.5x A presses. On a single star basis, you'd round that up to three. But in a full game run, you'd round it down to two. So, in conclusion, since that first A press counts in some context but adds no additional A presses in other contexts, we refer to it as a half A press.
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none meme 7 paragraph version. You don't need to press a to do the trick, you just need to hold it. which means if you already pressed a earlier you can just leech of that
did people not watch the video about the guy explaining how he gets zero jumps in maps that require a jump?
Okay thats 25 mins ill never get back...
you mean 5 hours well spent?
No, i really shouldn't have watched that at like 2 in the morning. I've never even played super Mario 64. But i guess I've wasted enough of my life what's 25 more mins?
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