215
GAME -> Action
© U.S.Gold (1988)
11.60 / 20.00
 
 
720
cpc
 
 

MANUAL n° 1

78.99 Ko
Manual n° 1 in PDF format
Notice en français (1 page)

Manual n° 2

Real size : 2505 * 1053 px = 244.96 Ko

Manual n° 3

Real size : 2156 * 1181 px = 671.31 Ko

Manual n° 4

Real size : 1532 * 657 px = 299.29 Ko

Manual n° 5

__________ ________ _____ ___________________ | _____ | / ___ \ / _ \ (o) __________________ ___________________ |__| / / |__| / / | | | | __________________ ___________________ / / / / | | | | * TM __________________ ___________________ / / / / __ | | | | __________________ ___________________ _| |_ / /__| | | |_| | __________________ |______| |_________| \ _____ / The Game The player controls a skateboarder. The object of the game is to perform stunts accumulating points for which skate park tickets are obtained. In the parks you compete to gain medals and cash. Cash may be used to purchase better equipment (e.g. boards, shoes, pads, protective helmets) which improves the performance of the player. After loading press FIRE to begin the game. You then skate around "Skate City" visiting the four shops and four parks. There are four parks in Skate City each of which may be visited only once on each level of the game. The parks are Downhill, Jump, Ramp and Slalom. Tickets are used as the parks are visited (these are indicated under "T" on the screen). Extra tickets are awarded at 5,000, 15,000, 25,000, 35,000 points, etc. Medals are awarded for good performance in the parks with cash prizes and bonus points. After visiting each park a status sheet is displayed indicating medals awarded. When in the vicinity of a shop an icon to the right of the screen flashes alternately with the price. These icons represent helmets, shoes, skateboards and pads. The level of equipment is indicated alongside the appropriate icon. Approaching the counter at the correct place either results in a "SALE" or "NO SALE" message. If a purchase is successful cash is deducted from the player (display indicated by $ sign). Bonus points are awarded for remaining cash at the end of the game. If the player does not enter a park within the time limit displayed on the bar timer he is pursued by killer bees. These become more dangerous if the player does not enter a park quickly transforming into various objects. Extra points may be gained by passing over certain hidden locations. Dollar bills on the road may be collected. The player should avoid contact with other characters appearing on the screen. Included on side 2 of this cassette is a recording of the original soundtrack music from the coin op machine. Load in the game as instructed and when fully loaded, remove the cassette and insert it into your HiFi player. Rewind the tape fully on side 2. Turn the music off if applicable in your program and turn your HiFi volume up. You will then experience the full arcade atmosphere with scintillating reality to make this game an absolutely captivating experience. Control Joystick: - Press joystick to direction you wish to move. The skater will turn to face that direction. Continuing to press in the same direction causes the skater to "kick" and move forward. Acceleration increases as equipment levels improve. Pressing the FIRE BUTTON causes the skater to jump. The skater may twist and perform tricks while jumping. Keyboard: - A - Left, D - Right, W - Up, X - Down, S - Fire. Other Keys: - P - Pause, M - Music on/ off (music only plays at start of game). Loading Instructions AMSTRAD CPC CASSETTE Press CTRL and SMALL ENTER keys. Press PLAY on the cassette recorder. *TM & © 1986 Atari Games Corporation. All rights reserved. Licensed to U.S. Gold Ltd., Units 2/3 Holford Way, Holford, Birmingham B6 7AX. Copyright subsists on this program. Unauthorised broadcasting, diffusion, public performance, copying or re-recording, hiring, leasing, renting and selling under any exchange or repurchase scheme in any manner strictly prohibited.


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