Super Mario 64 - Watch for Rolling Rocks - done with 0.5 A presses (commentated)

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    Fleta Champlin
    Man, that stuff is really interesting and makes me wonder how people find out most stuff like that anyway. Like, building up speed for 12 hours? Really?
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    Jacinthe Blick
    You might remember this guy as ['the guy offering $1000 if someone could replicate a glitch'](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNzTUdOHm9A).
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