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PowerFest 94 - Scoring

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PowerFest 94 - Scoring Nintendo PowerFest '94 was a 1994 Nintendo-promoted video game competition. Most of the town competitions were held in customized trailers outside of department stores. It was based on scoring points in a special Game Pak. The three Super Nintendo Entertainment System games (Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, Super Mario Kart, and Ken Griffey, Jr. Presents Major League Baseball) were played within a time limit of six minutes. The tasks on the games are as follows: Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels: Players must complete the first level as quickly as possible. Super Mario Kart: Players must finish the first track of five laps. Ken Griffey, Jr. Presents Major League Baseball: Players must play a home run derby and hit as many home runs as possible. After the time expires, the final score is calculated like this: Score from Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels+ ((Coins collected in Super Mario Kart x 1,000) + Finishing position score)+ ((Total distance in Major League Baseball x 100) + (Number of home runs x 10,000 in the regional events or 1,000,000 in the Finals)) = Grand Total
Game Info
Franchise: -
Released: 1994-01-01
ESRB: E - Everyone
Players: 1
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo
Genres: Action

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