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Cowboy Kid

Typed out by Steve Begin COWBOY KID Romstar NES-6C-USA PAGE 2 ------ This official seal is your assurance that Nintendo has reviewed this product and that it has met our standards for excellence in workmanship, reliability and entertainment value. Always look for this seal when buying games and accessories to ensure complete compatibility with your Nintendo Entertainment System. (picture of the Official Nintendo Seal of Quality) This game is Licensed by Nintendo for play on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Cowboy Kid and Romstar are trademarks of Romstar, Incorporated (C) Romstar, Inc. 1991 Nintendo and Nintendo Entertainment System are registered trademarks of Nintendo of America Inc. PAGE 3 ------ PROJECTION TELEVISION WARNING Warning: do not use with front or rear projection tv Do not use a front or rear projection television with your Nintendo Entertainment System ("NES"), your Super Nintendo Entertainment system ("Super NES"), or any NES or Super NES games. Your projection television screen may be permanently damaged if video games with stationary scenes or patterns are played on your projection television. Similar damage may occur if you place a video game on hold or pause. If you use your projection television with NES or Super NES games, neither Nintendo nor any of Nintendo's licensees will be liable for any damage. This situation is not caused by a defect in the NES or Super NES games; other fixed or repetitive images may cause similar damage to a projection television. Please contact your TV manufacturer for further information. PAGE 4 ------ EPILEPSY WARNING Warning: Read Before Using Your NES or Super NES A very small portion of the population may experience epileptic seizures when viewing certain kinds of flashing lights or patterns that are commonly present in our daily environment. These persons may experience seizures while watching some kinds of television pictures or playing certain video games. Players who have not had any previous seizures may nonetheless have an undetected epileptic condition. Consult your physician before playing video games if you have an epileptic condition. Consult your physician if you experience any of the following symptoms while playing video games: altered vision, muscle twitching, other involuntary movements, loss of awareness of your surroundings, mental confusion, and / or convulsions. PAGE 5 ------ TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 Warnings 6 The Story of Sheriff Sam and Little Chief 7 Getting Started 9 Game Controls 10 The Bad Guys 11 Pick Up Items 16 Special Games 19 Hardware Precautions 21 Game Pak Precautions 22 Warranty and Repair Policies 25 FCC Information 27 Player Support PAGE 6 ------ THE STORY OF SHERIFF SAM AND LITTLE CHIEF Once upon a time in the Old West, there was a young gunslinger named Sam. Sam lived alone with his father. His father was the Sheriff of Villatown. Villatown was a very quiet and peaceful town until the arrival of a group of villains known only as the Scorpions. A rumor was heard that the Scorpions were going to rob the next incoming train. Sam's father tried to stop them, but he was never heard of again. Poor Sam was left all alone in the world. He was sad and mad at the same time, and he didn't know what to do. It didn't rake Sam too long before he decided to bring the Scorpions to justice. As he was in search of these villains, he was attacked by some of the Scorpions. A young Indian Warrior saw Sam, and saved him from the villains. The Indian warrior was so impressed with Sam's courage, that he vowed to hear the truth. The Indian Warrior introduced himself as Little Chief. He wanted to know why Sam was searching for the Scorpions. Sam told him the while story. To Sam's surprise, Little Chief volunteered to help Sam bring the ruthless villains to justice. They realized that the only way to put the Scorpions behind bars was with the weight of the law. Sam is appointed Sheriff, and with Little Chief as his deputy, they would do just that. Here, your part in this story begins....... PAGE 7 ------ GETTING STARTED Insert your game cartridge into your NES. Turn on the power switch. You should have the title screen showing. At the title screen, press SELECT to choose 1 or 2 players. Press START to begin. If you choose 1 player, you will play the game as Sam. The 2nd player will be Little Chief. Please refer to the Game Controls on page 7 for controller information. You will start the search with no weapons. To get your first weapon, step into the first doorway. More information will be given to you as you step into different doors. Followers of the Scorpions will appear once you leave the first store. Use your knife to get rid of them for good. Hit the treasure chests and barrels along the way for gold and other items. Refer to the Pick up Items on pages 9 for additional information. PAGE 8 ------ GETTING STARTED Once you become the Sheriff, you are presented with information on the wanted Scorpions. Select and defeat each enemy until all the Scorpions are brought to justice. Continue Mode There is one continue allowed during the pursuit of each member. Press the A button to continue where you left off. If you must continue again, you will have to start at the beginning of the stage. (picture of a game screen) PAGE 9 ------ GAME CONTROLS The Game Controls have various functions during different parts of COWBOY KID. (picture of the control pad) During game play: START Pauses the game SELECT Changes weapons JOYPAD Movement of Sam or Little Chief A BUTTON Jump B BUTTON Shoot or stab During conversations: JOYPAD Moves selection arrow. A BUTTON Continue Listening. Choose YES/NO selection. B BUTTON Cancels conversation. PAGE 10 ------- THE BAD GUYS (picture of a cowboy) (picture of 2 sumos) SLASH JOE -- The Knife Master MAD BROTHERS -- Duo of Evil (picture of a mustached nerd!) (picture of a man) BILLY MORGAN -- Gun for Hire COYOTE JIM -- Desert Hermit (picture of an indian) (picture of a mohawk) WILD WOLF CHIEF -- The Indian KEITH -- The Hawk Master (picture of an interrogation point) SCORPION MASTER -- Leader of the group PAGE 11 ------- PICK UP ITEMS (picture of a barrel) BARREL: Contains different items that are listed below (picture of a star) STAR: Collect 5 stars to increase hit point gauge by 1 (picture of a skull) SKULL: Drops your total hit points to 1 (picture of a money bag) MONEY BAG: Contains 20 gold coins PAGE 12 ------- PICK UP ITEMS (picture of a chest) TREASURE CHEST: Contains tokens worth 3 gold coins each (picture of a key) KEY: Opens locked doors and rooms (picture of a hat) HAT: Temporary protection against birds and dropped items (picture of meat) MEAT: Restores 8 hit points when hit points drop to 0 PAGE 13 ------- PICK UP ITEMS (picture of a ladder) LADDER: Press Start then the A Button to get out of lower levels (picture of a vial) VIAL: Restores full hit power (picture of a POW block) POW: Temporary invincibility (picture of bread) BREAD: Raises hit points by 2 PAGE 14 ------- PICK UP ITEMS (picture of cheese) CHEESE: Raise hit points by 2 (picture of chicken) CHICKEN: Raises hit points by 4 (picture of a fish) FISH: Raises hit points by 2 PAGE 15 ------- PICK UP ITEMS (picture of french fries) FRIES: Raises hit points by 2 (picture of a map) MAP: Press Start then A button to view map of current town (picture of an armor)BULLET PROOF VEST: Temporarily reduces damage from enemies PAGE 16 ------- SPECIAL GAMES Cowboy Kid has games within the game. Listed are the special games and how to play them. Black Jack Move joypad left or right to select 0, 10 or 100 column. Move up or down to change digit. Use B button to cancel. Use the A button to lock your bet. Use joypad up or down to select stand or hit. Press A to lock your choice. Use joypad to select play or quit. (picture of a Queen of Hearts and an Ace of Spades) PAGE 17 ------- SPECIAL GAMES Shooting Gallery Use joypad to move target and A or B button to shoot. Be careful not to shoot innocent bystanders. (picture of a shooting gallery) PAGE 18 ------- SPECIAL GAMES Striker Use A or B button to select hit power. Hit striker within range of marker to win. (picture of a striker) PAGE 19 ------- HARDWARE PRECAUTIONS / MAINTENANCE * Do not use any power plug other then the AC adapter provided with your NES. The AC adapter may become warm during use; this is normal and is no cause for concern. * Do not use any RF switch other than the one included with your NES. * Do not disassemble or try to repair the NES components. Doing so voids your warranty. * Always turn the power switch of the Control Deck off before loading or removing a Game Pak. Insert the Game Pak completely without forcing either the Game Pak or the Control Deck. Load ONLY NES Game Paks into the NES Control Deck. To remove a Game Pak, push the eject button and carefully remove the game. A Game Pak cannot be removed if the power switch is in the on position. * After you have finished playing, be sure to remove the Game Pak from the Control Deck. * Do not store the Control Deck in a humid place, on the floor or in any location where it may collect din, dust, lint, etc. * Do not drop, hit or otherwise abuse the NES components. PAGE 20 ------- * Do not leave the Control Deck turned on for extended periods when not in use. * When disconnecting any plugs from the Control Deck first turn the Control Deck off, then carefully pull by the plug itself rather than by the cord. Do not step on, sharply pull or bend any wires or cables. * Do not expose the Control Deck, Game Paks or any other of the NES components to extreme heat or cold. * Do not spill liquids on the Control Deck, Game Paks or any other of the NES components. To clean, use a soft slightly damp cloth. Allow the component to dry completely before using again. (Use water only.) * Do not rapidly turn the power switch on and off, as this may cause battery backed-up Game Paks to lose your stored game information. PAGE 21 ------- GAME PAK PRECAUTIONS / MAINTENANCE * If you are playing for a long time, take a 10 or 15 minute break every hour. * The Game Pak is a high precision piece of electronics. Do not store it in places that are very hot or cold. Do not hit, drop or otherwise abuse it. Do not take it apart. * Avoid touching the connectors with your fingers. Do not blow on them or allow to get wet or dirty. Doing so may damage the Game Pak and/or the Control Deck. * Do not clean with benzene, paint thinner, alcohol or any other solvent. * Always store the Game Pak in its protective cover when not in use. * Always check the Game Pak edge connector for foreign material before inserting the Game Pak in the Control Deck. To prevent the edge connectors from becoming dirty, we recommend that you regularly use the NES Cleaning Kit only. Cleaning kits are available at all Authorized Nintendo World Class Service Center locations and at most retailers. PAGE 22 & 23 (ROMSTAR 90-DAY LIMITED WARRANTY) PAGE 24 (ROMSTAR REPAIR SERVICE AFTER EXPIRATION OF WARRANTY) PAGE 25 (COMPLIANCE WITH FCC REGULATIONS) PAGE 26 (blank page) PAGE 27 ------- (picture of the Romstar logo) Player support If you have any questions regarding your COWBOY KID Game Pak, please feel free to contact your Player Support Department at: (213) 539-5283 Please return your Free Subscription Card to Romstar's Newsletter. In the newsletter we will update you on new games from Romstar, give hints and tips on Romstar games and run contests. Look for other Romstar games -- Coming soon from your local retailer. BACK COVER ---------- (Romstar logo) Consumer Products Division 22857 Lockness Avenue, Torrance, CA 90501 Phone (213) 539-5283 Fax (213) 539-3626 Printed in Japan

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