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Friday, April 1, 2011

Zuma Blitz Playthrough: 10 Million

If a computer played Zuma Blitz, it'll probably play something like this. Adapted from Liang's strategy of double gaps, this game pulls off over 80 of them, half which are double gaps.

(Idea from a comment on Club Mojo)

In reality: You need 1 minute and 20 seconds of extra time MINIMUM provided you set up a two-ball width double gap and don't make any mistakes in between. This is actually quite hard to do without the beetle, since the game does not pump out time balls as fast as the video does in recent versions of the game.

Disclaimer: This is a tool assisted run. It is solely for entertainment purposes and proof that 10 million is indeed possible in a game.

Update: A player has actually achieved 10 million with this board type but it took around 2 minutes extra time.

Fun Fact It took 20 takes and a bit over 100k mojo to get lucky with the board layout to get this score.


Anonymous said...

hmmm...10 million...April 1st...are you trying to fool us? haha!


Brendan Chan said...

I knew I should've picked a non-working video to make this post an april fool's joke...

(The score actually goes up to 10 million if you play it all the way btw)

Anonymous said...

I didn't see the disclaimer - I apologise; I thought you were playing a little Arpil fools haha I shall pay more attention in future!