My favorite screenshot of all at the moment (as of Mar 27, 2007)
What screenshots and videos do you have for Jumping Flash 1?
Screenshot #1: Looking down from the highest point in world 1-1
You want height, you got it. Here, I'm at the highest possible point you can get to. Yep, that little white hexadecagon is the actual level, barely 1/4 the width of the screen. No cheats are required either, other than enabling hyper mode to get more jumps and rapid falling (but these alone are no where near enough as yet another trick is needed). How high is this? Pretend you can jump an infinite number of times. From the ground, jump 29 times consecutively, jumping again at the top of the jump. On the 29th jump, you'd max out. That's how high this is. If it weren't for the maximum cap, I could have easily gotten above the upper clouds with just two missiles.
Screenshot #2: Secret to the super height
You've seen in the first screenshot of the extreme height. A few seconds before that, this is what you have. This is the secret to how I got up that high. Yes, that's a missile. By being in this particular position, you can quite often safely bounce off of the missile or destroy it without getting hurt, and yet, you can use just one missile to get carried all the way to the top.
Screenshot #3: The start of getting up high
This is the starting point where I get up very high with. This is where the long climb begins and is the highest you can get without using the trick. If I just suddenly dropped down, I'd bust the missile but spring up and be able to jump even more.
Screenshot #4: To most, this would seem like a useless screenshot, but it has a purpose. That purpose is to show what the clouds look like when at the highest point in world 1-1. You're so close to them that you can practically touch them.
Screenshot #5: Horizontal view of the clouds from the highest point in world 1-1
If you could look straight across from the highest point in world 1-1, you'd see this. Note the clouds below and how "stretched" they are. Note the clouds above and how "squished" they are. That gives you a sense of just how high this is.
Screenshot #6: Getting high in world 3-1
The method for maxing out the height in world 3-1 is the same as that of world 1-1. Unlike 1-1, there are no clouds below and you can barely even make out the ground. This isn't even the highest point either, but around 3/4 of it.
Screenshot #7: The upper clouds from the highest point in world 3-1
This is what the clouds look like at the highest point in world 3-1. They appear extremely pixelated.
Screenshot #8: Horizontal view of the clouds in world 3-1 from the highest point
From the highest point looking straight across, this is what you'd see. You're so close to the clouds that you could almost just touch them.
Screenshot #9: Good look at the clouds in world 3-1 from the near highest point
Looking up a bit at the clouds while near the highest point gives a better view of them.
Screenshot #10: Another good look at the clouds in world 3-1 from the highest point
Here's yet another look at the clouds, only from the highest point.
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My videos at YouTube - below are videos considered special to me that use the XviD codec.
SMB2 - Super High in Bead Screen - (cheat used: stopping the clock) Ever wonder what things are like when going 2400 mph straight up and the views you get from the extreme height (10 miles high)? Sure that kind of speed would get you to your friend's house 10 miles away in the matter of a few seconds, but the wrong scaling in the game tells otherwise. This video takes you almost to the edge of the clipping as it's that high. Once I do get tossed up, do you think I can land on the stage again and actually make the goal (considering it's practically invisible due to the extreme height and that it comes up so fast (and a bug that causes random small speed changes))? The only cheat used was to stop the clock, otherwise I'd have ran out of time when just passing 1000 mph on the way back down. This way, you can get the full experience of the sheer speed. Video specs: 2 minutes, 27 1/3 seconds long, 29.97 fps, 6.62 MB (ZIP file - video itself is 6.94 MB), 428x300 resolution, AVI video format, XviD codec.