- Tram Ho
The gaming industry is booming more than ever, especially in the past when many people had to stay home to avoid the Covid-19 epidemic. For many people, video games are a form of entertainment that helps them both relax and easily interact with their friends and relatives from afar. However, there are also hardcore gamers who enter the game to play seriously and set a lot of impressive and sometimes extreme records like the list below.
The longest distance traveled by pigs in Minecraft: 667km
This record belongs to the gamer nicknamed LJ Pegross, who rode a pig and rode 414 miles (about 667km) in his own world in Minecraft, and plunged straight into the Guinness World list in five 2016.
World’s longest running Just Dance 4 gaming shift: 138 hours
To raise funds to support organizations for children, female teacher Carrie Swidecki in California (USA) decided to livestream continuously the process of “plowing” Just Dance 4 her. The result that she got can be said that 1 arrow hits 2 targets: 7000 USD donated to Children’s Miracle Network; and myself, also go down in history with the record for the longest Just Dance game in the world, 138 hours, equivalent to nearly 6 days.
According to Arcade Sushi, Swidecki has set and broken many previous records of dancing and dancing games, including: The longest gaming session in the world, or the highest score in the world in The session lasted 24 hours. She is the host and presenter at the Just Dance music events in California’s large and small schools, and also spends more than 50 hours a week fighting similar games.
The gamer owns the screenshot collection of the world’s largest Tomb Raider
From the first experience of Tomb Raider in 2000, Katie Fleming immediately fell in love with this game and became a loyal fan for many years afterwards. During the past two decades, she has continuously shared high-quality screenshots of game scenes and widely shared on many social networking platforms. In addition, Katie also established a very close relationship with many developers in the Tomb Raider development team. In 2013, her devoted dedication was recognized by Guinness with the title: “The world’s largest collection of Tomb Raider screenshots.”
Katie said: ” I want to create a website to show people how the graphics of Tomb Raider shimmer, as well as a graphic resource for fans .” Besides, she is also known as one of the most famous fan-fiction authors of Tomb Raider, with professional quality and investment. All of the above dedication has helped Katie have a foothold in the gaming industry with the job of managing the community of players.
The world’s largest arcade game machine
This record belongs to Jason Camberis, and even more impressive, he himself built the super giant arcade machine above for 2 years in a row. As noted by Guinness in 2015, Jason’s machine is 4.41m high, 1.93m wide and 1.06m deep. That makes gamers who want to enjoy games like Rising Spirit have to use the ladder to reach the screen. Jason said the purpose he made it is by ” re-enacting his feelings as a kid playing arcade games in the ’80s .”
Playing Mario while… free fall for nearly 20 minutes
In 2011, Guinness officially recognized journalist Jesse Moerkerk as the holder of the record for playing Super Mario Galaxy 2 during the longest free fall in the world: 18 minutes 52 seconds, breaking the record 15 minutes earlier.
The most expensive game in the world: 10 million USD
Release of special game versions has become a familiar strategy of many major studios in the world, both helping them to make more profits, and allowing players to own new and sometimes exclusive content and items. . And of course, these versions will have a price that is not “chestnut” at all, at least at the time of launch.
In 2016, the “Spotlight Edition” version of Dying Light: The Following has become the most expensive game in the world with a listing price of $ 10 million. In return, players will receive a lot of incentives such as acting lessons from voice actor Roger Craig Smith and be a supporting role in the film adaptation of the Dying Light.
Time wanted 6 stars in GTA 4 the longest in the world
Rebelling to “eat” stars has long been a challenge, a hobby for many fans of Grand Theft Auto (GTA) game series. Basically, the more stars the player will face, the more likely they are to “kill” after a few minutes if they don’t use the cheat codes. In GTA 4, the highest level, 6 stars, means that the main character will be pursued by both the police and the national security forces (National Guard), like a death sentence.
In 2013, Guinness officially recognized Henrik Lindholm as the longest survivor of this “judgment” in the world, 16 minutes 16 seconds. Notably, Henrik has set that record according to the true GTA quality, which is shooting and running away until unable to withstand, instead of looking for refuge or looking for stars.
The longest time in prison for… playing games
In 2002, turning on and using mobile phones on aircraft was considered a much more dangerous act than now. That is why when Faiz Chopdat refused to turn off the engine so he could continue to “plow” the classic Tetris puzzle, he was arrested and imprisoned for up to 4 months, and officially entered the Guinness record with war Its probably very forgettable accumulation.
The world’s longest tunnel in Minecraft
Minecraft has long been a familiar name not only for adventurous gamers, but also for design and construction enthusiasts. A large open world and rich resources of this game allow them to unleash their creativity and unleash their imagination in the easiest way. In 2017, YouTube streamer ItzEpicGeorge set the record for the longest tunnel in Minecraft, with 100,000 square blocks used and it took up to 6 hours (in real time) to go all the way.
YouTuber the world’s largest gaming division
In 2019, YouTuber Shirley Curry once made a fever in the gaming community when setting the record for the oldest Game YouTuber in the world. At that time, she was 83 years old, mainly “plowing” The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and owned a YouTube account with more than 700,000 subscribers.
Largest Pokémon collection in the world
Besides playing games, gamers also especially love to collect souvenirs and items of their favorite games. Pokémon is no exception, even developing very strongly thanks to a diverse system of by-products. In 2016, Lisa Courtney from the UK became the owner of the largest Pokémon collection in the world with more than 17,000 different items. This is an achievement she built in a long time, even having to travel to Japan to hunt for exclusive items in this market.
The biggest GameBoy in the world
Today, technology innovators are struggling to develop under the motto “small but with martial”, meaning their equipment must have more and more advanced features, but the size needs to be tidy. to bring convenience to users. However, Ilhan Ünal goes against this trend when creating the largest GameBoy in the world, with a height of more than 3 feet (nearly 1m), and of course still works well. Notably, it does not need giant tape cassettes, because the tape slot is still designed with the original manufacturer’s size.
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