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GAME -> Strategy
© Activision (1985)
5.00 / 20.00
 
 
Hacker
cpc
 
 

MANUAL n° 1

187.26 Ko
Manual n° 1 in PDF format
Notice en Anglais, Français, Allemand, Neerlandais, Italien. (16 pages)

Manual n° 2

Real size : 2232 * 869 px = 389.65 Ko

Manual n° 3

------------------------ | A C T I V I S I O N | |______________________| |HOME COMPUTER SOFTWARE| ------------------------TM H A C K E R == == == == == == == Designed by STEVE CARTWRIGHT Computer Graphics Consultant HILARY MILLS Produced by BRAD FREGGER This program simulates the experience of being a computer hacker and is intended solely for entertainment purposes. Activision in no way endorses or condones any activities associated with gaining illegal entry to computer networks or files. LOADING INSTRUCTIONS COMMODORE 64TM -------------- Cassette Make sure that all peripheral equipment such as disk drives are disconnected. Press down the SHIFT key. Without releasing the SHIFT, press down the RUN/STOP key. Release the RUN/STOP key and then the SHIFT key. Your TV will read "Press play on tape". Please follow these instructions. When the title screen appears, please press the STOP on your cassette recorder. Disk Please make sure that all peripheral equipment such as cassette players are disconnected and that only your disk drive is connected. TO LOAD YOUR DISK: Insert disk, label side up. Turn computer and disk drive on. Type: LOAD"*",8,1 and press RETURN. ATARI 800 XE,XL, 130 XETM ------------------------- Cassette Before you load the cassette into your tape recorder please make sure that you have disconnected all peripheral equipment such as disk drives. Press PLAY on the tape recorder. Hold down the START and OPTION keys on your ATARI computer while turning on your machine. After you have heard a "beep" press the RETURN key. Your program will start loading. This should take several minutes. Disk Your 800 should be off and with no peripherals except your disk drive attached. Turn on your disk drive. Place diskette into drive one. Hold down the OPTION key. Turn on your Atari® 800 computer. The game will automatically load from this point on. AMSTRAD 464TM ------------- Cassette Place the cassette in the recorder and rewind to the beginning. Hold down the CONTROL key and press the small ENTER key. Press PLAY on the cassette recorder, then any key. The program will then load. - Commodore 64TM and 128TM are trademarks of Commodore Electronics Ltd. - Atari® is a trademark of Atari Corp. - Amstrad 464TM is a trademark of Amstrad Consumer Electronics P.L.C. Other computer games often have lengthy instructions to explain how the game is played. HackerTM is not like other computer games. We've told you how to load the program: everything else is up to you. A real-life hacker would proceed by trial and error: and that's how you play this game. The only tip we'll give you is, don't play HackerTM like a standard adventure. You'll get further, faster, if you just try things out, instead of trying to decide what the next most logical step would be. So start hacking! We would like to hear from you so we can keep you informed of upcoming home computer software from Activision. Please fill in the card on the reverse side, place in a stamped envelope and mail to the address below. ACTIVISION (U.K.) LTD. 15 Harley House Marylebone Road Regents Park, London NW1 5HE © 1985 ACTIVISION, INC. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ | | | Please print in BLOCK CAPITALS | | | | Name___________________________________________________________________ | | | | Address________________________________________________________________ | | | | _____________________________________________Postcode__________________ | | | | Type of home computer (please tick box) | | | | COMMODORE 64 [ ] | | | | ATARI HOME COMPUTERS [ ] | | | | AMSTRAD 464 [ ] | |_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _|


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