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Karl Jobst the Speed master

 He explains like a science professional how video games work from the speed viewpoint

A lot of games all around the world have limits to what can happen in them such as

  1. Frame Rate
  2. Graphic
  3. Computers power

 A lot of older games can't handle too much speed such as like Super Mario for the Snes if you play meaning it can only go up to a certain speed you can test it by using A.I software to test the speed possible by a human or bot alike.

Karl goes into the way games work from maximum speed or what's possible to complete you can join his channel to final out more.

Jobst has been a famous speed runner in regards to Golden Eye for many years that alone shows you he is a real Speed runner himself in all rights.

Golden Eye was probably the best gun game ever made based on a very good James Bond movie which some of you may like as well.

Some older games on like SNES which have frame rate limits which mean can only go up to such a speed level on the older system process speed such you may find out the max possible time to complete a game in 5 seconds before of the computer operating system lacking the power to make the game go faster.

My favorite video from this legend be  

Unlocking The Secret Mechanics Of Donkey Kong

Donkey Kong is  40 years old but still a classic or popular game today at arcades or  other ways to play it .

The game seems simple or boring when you play it short term but  the more you play it you start to see the complex or wonder side of the game and know it's in reality a very spec game even oo it was made 40 years ago.

The currently speed runner world record holder for this game is a man known as  J.P Buergers  1:11:59-2018 with him getting the score of 805800


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