What I Speedrun
My speedrunning history is mainly tied to the Kirby series, but also has some diversity outside of Kirby. Majority of the games I speedrun are either games I have enjoyed casually, or games that have very fun speedrun routes. I enjoy games that are fast-paced and/or have room for innovation.
If you'd like a more detailed description of where I ended up, you can check it out here.
Most Notable Runs
These are runs that took the most effort to achieve:
Kirby Super Star is my most played speedrun ever.
Kirby's Return to Dream Land, specifically 100%, is the longest speedrun I have ever grinded for, with the run coming in at 2 and a half hours.
Kirby's Dream Collection is an annual race I participate in, which is to beat the 6 classic games in a row that come with the collection. The game is a Wii title that was released for Kirby's 20th anniversary.
Sparkster for SNES is a game I started recently playing because of how fast the game is. I enjoy the speedrun but not so much as a casual game.
Kirby Series Speedruns
This is my list of Kirby games I have done speedruns for:
Kirby is by far my most played series from a casual and speedrunning point of view.
Most of these games were played for the sake of learning the routes for the Dream Collection race.
Kirby's Avalanche was a meme game that I played with Grample for a month or something and it sucks don't play it.
These are the rest of my speedruns outside of the Kirby series:
Although they are not Kirby games, I still enjoyed these runs a bunch.
You'll notice that pretty much all of these runs are on the DS, and that is mainly because I am a huge fan of DS games.
I love SNES games as well. Although I haven't done many runs on the SNES, I am still looking through the library for potential speedruns.