Speedrunwiki.com is a videogame strategy website dedicated to the theory and practice of advanced videogaming. Speedrunwiki.com also records the history of advanced videogaming and celebrates important figures in that history.
This is about man versus machine. This is about taking gaming above and beyond. Faster times. Higher scores. More insane stunts. Stuff you didn't think was humanly possible. If you already know what you're doing, and want to know how to do it a hell of a lot better, you have come to the right place.
This is NOT GameFAQs. We will not explain the controls, hold your hand or walk you through. This is not a site for idiots or slow learners. Be prepared to hit the ground running. Be prepared for SPOILERS.
Other things speedrunwiki.com is NOT about
- emulated play
- tool-assisted runs
- just plain cheating
- online Starcraft
- deathmatch Quake, Counter-Strike, Team Fortress, Unreal Tournament
- the Cyberathletes' Professional League
- in general, multiplayer gaming
To put it simply, this is man versus machine. Not machine-assisted man versus machine, and not man versus man, although there's nothing wrong with that. This is about pounding the computer into a bloody pulp.
GoldenEye 007 • Perfect Dark
Super Mario Kart • Mario Kart 64 • Mario Kart: Double Dash!! • Mario Kart DS
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time • The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Wave Race 64 • F-Zero X • Diddy Kong Racing • TimeSplitters 2 • Super Mario 64
And many more!
How you can help
First, read How To Edit to learn the basics.
Then, read the Guidelines for contributing to Speedrunwiki.com.
Then, get stuck in! Also, feel free to join us anytime for SRW discussion in our Chatroom!
Speedrunwiki.com was created by Jon Barber and is currently administered by Sam Hughes (of The Elite), Michael Fried (of mariokart64.com), Silent Thunder (of NGC-Elites), and Nicholas Harvey (of N64HS). It is currently home to 1,651 articles devoted to speed running.