Adventures of Lolo (1989) was the first game of the Eggerland series that received a Western release. The series itself is rather loosely related to Kirby series: both have been developed by the same company (HAL Laboratory), and Eggerland protagonists Lolo and Lala make cameo appearances in Kirby games as Lololo and Lalala.
The goal of the game is to collect all hearts in every stage, then get the ball from the chest to open the door to the next room.
Lolo may seem simplistic, but it remains being a truly well-made puzzle. Finding optimal solutions to most of the rooms has proven to be a very nontrivial task, and every once in a while a new improvement is found.
As such, this is Baxter's 10th attempt at this game, this time 610 frames (a little over 10 seconds) faster than the previous. Eleven rooms have been improved.