In Super Mario 64 speedrunning, a jaw-dropping milestone has been reached as players uncover an ingenious method to expedite their journey. Leveraging the 'carpetless' exploit, they successfully skip a notoriously tedious section, setting a world record by collecting all 120 stars. However, this record's glory was fleeting, lasting for a second, earning it the title of the "most exhilarating world record ever."
The Super Mario 64 speedrunning community is electrified by the recent discovery of a technique to bypass a lengthy and mundane game segment through the 'carpetless' maneuver. Players efficiently employ this exploit to trim down their completion times and surpass the world record for collecting all 120 stars, even by a mere second.
The quest for the world record in Super Mario 64 has escalated to a new echelon of competition, all thanks to the unveiling of the 'carpetless' trick. A speedrunner named Karinpoune recently broke Puncayshun's record by a mere second using the same exploit. This feat has ignited vigorous discussions within the speedrunning community, and it's merely a matter of time before the current world record is once again eclipsed, given the newfound potential of the 'carpetless' technique.
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