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A '''Tool-Assisted Speedrun''' or '''Tool-Assisted Superplay''' ('''TAS''' for short) is a playthrough of a game created with emulator tools such as frame advance and savestates. For [[Super Mario 64]], [[Mupen64|Mupen64]] is the emulator most commonly used to make TASes.
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A '''Tool-Assisted Speedrun''' or '''Tool-Assisted Superplay''' ('''TAS''' for short) is a playthrough of a game created with emulator tools such as frame advance and savestates. For [[Super Mario 64]], [[Mupen64|mupen64-rerecording]] is the emulator most commonly used to make TASes.

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A Tool-Assisted Speedrun or Tool-Assisted Superplay (TAS for short) is a playthrough of a game created with emulator tools such as frame advance and savestates. For Super Mario 64, mupen64-rerecording is the emulator most commonly used to make TASes.