Boomerang X Developers React to 23 Minute Speedrun

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Hang out with the Boomerang X developers as they watch their game get destroyed in record time!

Thanks to Ben Caulkins (they/them), Bones Taylor (she/they), and Sam Suite (he/him), all three of them designers from DANG!, creators of Boomerang X, for joining us for this Developers React To Boomerang X speedrun!

Thanks to our speedrunner:

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A speedrun is when you complete a game in the fastest possible time, often this involves exploiting glitches and skipping chunks of expected gameplay in order to reach the end of a game in double-quick time.

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