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Wall Street Kid

Typed out by Chrono Page 2: {1 is the cover} Precautions a.. Always make sure the computer has been switched off before inserting or removing your game pak. b.. Do not abuse game pak by dropping, hitting, or opening. c.. Game pak should not be subjected to extreme temperatures or shock. Store at room temperature. d.. Never touch the terminal pins or any electrical circuitry and avoid getting them wet. e.. Cleaning game pak with thinner, solvent, alcohol, or other agents of cleaning may be damaging. Official Nintendo Seal of Quality This official seal is your assurance that Nintendo(R) 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.(R) This game is licensed by Nintendo(R) for play on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Nintendo and Nintendo Entertainment System are trademarks of Nintendo of America inc. SOFELT Page 3: Introduction Where life, Love, and Money all depend on the way you play the game. You are the WALL STREET KID, playing in the world of high risks and big rewards. You can inherit billions, but not until you fulfill the family legacy. The name of the game is how well you he stock market. But be sure to make wise investments because you may endanger your health and love life, ane even worse, lose the game. Page 4: Game Play The game begins as you are willed a large sum of money. But first, you must fulfill the family legacy by upholding its high standard of living. To prove yourself, you are given $500,000 to begin your investing adventure that will last for four months. You must make a profit from this money, and investing it is the stock market is your best bet. Money you earn, in order to maintain this high standard of living, will most likely be spent on several large purchases. Exotic cars, yachts and mansions are just some of the items you can buy. Your business day begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m. Every seven seconds the clock advances fifteen minutes, so decisions must be made quickly, but wisely. Remember, time is money. Your desk top is your place of business. From here you can read the morning paper, gain valuable information from your advisor and consultant, play the stock market, arrange activities to maintain your good health, and, of course, arrange dates with your sweetheart. Time is a big factor in this game, so keep an eye on the clock and schedule your time wisely. Besides increasing your portfolio of wealth, you must also keep your loved one content and keep yourself in top condition. If either of these fall below the acceptable level, you could lose the game, even with millions of dollars in your hands. Remember, money isn't everything. Page 5: Game Operations Select "NEW GAME" or "SAVED GAME" using the Control pad and the Start button. If the Start button is not pressed, the title screen will continue to scroll. If you select "SAVED GAME" enter the password to bring you back to the date when the password was given. To select the correct character, use the Control pad and then press the "A" button. To erase the previous character, press the "B" button. By holding down the "Select" button and pressing the "B" button at the same time, you can move the cursor backwards to make corrections. Hold down the "SELECT" button and press the "A" button at the same time to move the cursor forward your password will come up every Sunday, so be sure to write it down for future use. Press the "A" button to advance to the next screen. To increase a dialog's scrolling rate, hold down the "A" button. Page 6. Your Desktop To activate an icon {item on the desktop}, use the control pad to move the arrow to your choice of icon, then press the "A" button. Using the control pad once again, move the triangle to your selected activity, and then press the "A" button. Desk Top Icons Question mark Icon: If you have any questions concerning the stock market-about stocks in general, about stock prices, how to inquire news or how to buy and sell stocks-Stanley, your Crafty Consultant, will be happy to help. He gives you good, sound advice, but, of course, for a small fee. Remember, in this life you don't get anything for free. But, Stanley is a man you can trust. Page 7. Exclamation Icon: Unlike Stanley, Connie, the Arrogant Advisor, is someone you should keep a close eye on. She is full of "hot" tips about the stocks that you can buy and sell, but be sure to listen very carefully to what Connie is telling you. Some of her tips are true, while others are only possibilities. Money icon: Meet Ruth, the Ruthless Banker. You may take out loans for houses, cars or yachts, just as long as only one loan is taken out at a time. Timeliness in paying off your debts to Ruth is very important because a bad credit rating could mean no future loans. Ruth also requires that first you have collateral, property or valuables that are used to guarantee repayment of the loan, before taking out the loan. Newspaper Icon: Press the "A" button on the newspaper to reread that day's Wall Street Times. Pay close attention to the information given in the newspaper. Some comments have direct effect on the stock market, your love life, and your health status. It is very important to read the newspaper every day. Page 8. Flower pot icon: Press the "A" button on the flower pot to get a selection of activities you an Prisila can do in order to keep your love life happy. Remember, these activities take time away from your business day, but it is very important to keep your loved one happy. Barometer icon: Press the "A" button on the barometer to get a list of exercises you can perform in order to maintain your healthy physique, Remember, if you don't watch yourself, you could end up too ill to do business. But don't overdo it, because exercise takes time away from doing business. Clock icon: Pressing the "A" button on the clock will bring you to the next day at 9:00 a.m. Page 9: Your desktop Computer Pressing the "A" button on the computer will allow you to make all stock transactions. Use the control pad to move the triangle to your selection, then press the "A" button. Use the control pad once again to move the triangle to the stock of your choice, then press the "A" button. Sell a stock-You may sell any or all of your stocks; hopefully you will make a profit from these sales. Use the control pad to select the number of lots {one lot is equal to 100 shares of stock} you would like to buy or sell. Press the up arrow to increase the number, the down arrow to decrease the number; and to move the cursor left or right. Press the appropriate arrow on the control pad. All stock prices are given per share. Page 10: Your Computer Continued. Buy a stock-You may purchase as many lost of stock permitted by the maximum amount displayed at the top of the screen. To buy a stock, use the same procedure as when selling a stock. Information-Starting and current price of the stock is given along with a brief history of the company. This will enable you to make more educated decisions when buying and selling stocks. Page 11: Portfolio-This will list the total number of stocks you possess. It shows the price you purchased the stocks at and the price at which they are currently selling. Hopefully the price has increased to show you have made a profit. A maximum of five stocks may be kept in your portfolio at once. This number includes the same stock you purchased at different times. Cancel-This will return you to the desk top. To get back to the previous screen while doing stock transactions, press the "B" button. The only exception is when getting Information, use the "A" button. Page 12: Terms Here are a few terms that might help you in understanding how the stock market works. Do not forget Stanley, your Crafty Consultant, is always ready to provide you with details about the stock market. Profit: The amount of money left over after total expenses are deducted from revenue {money that is made}. Debt: Money that is owned to creditors, such as a bank. Interest Rate: This can affect your stock purchasing decisions. When interest rates are down, the price of stock is usually high. Growth Stock: A growing company, but presently has a low yield {percentage of money you get back from the investment}. The market price generally will increase. Page 13: Speculative Stock: A company which has a high debt and is usually considered a high risk investment. Blue Chip: A well established company with high sales and moderate growth. This is the most stable of stock categories. Cyclical Stock: A seasonal company that is strongly affected by the ups and downs of the economy. For example, when the economy is strong. The price of stocks is usually higher. Recession: An economic period which the economy begins to slip or move down. Page 14: Compliance With FCC Regulations This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if nor installed and used properly, that is, in strict accordance with the manufacturer's Instructions, may cause interference to radio and television reception. It has been type tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device in accordance with the specifications in Subject J of Park 15 of FFC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in a residential installment. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning equipment on and off, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more following measures: a.. Reorient the receiving antenna b.. Relocate the NES with respect to the receiver c.. Move the NES away from the receiver d.. Plug the NES into a different outlet so that computer and receiver are on different circuits. If necessary, the user should consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions. The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications helpful: How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems. This booklet is available from the US Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4. Page 15. Limited Warranty SOFEL Corporation warrants to the original purchaser of this SOFEL software product that the medium on which this computer program is recorded is free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of ninety {90} days from the date of purchase.. This SOFEL software program is sold "as is", without express or implied warranty of any kind, and SOFEL is not liable for ant losses or damages of any kind resulting from use of this program. SOFEL agrees that for a period of ninety {90} days to either repair or place. At its option, free of charge, any SOFEL software product, postage paid, with proof of date of purchase, at its Factory Service Center. This warranty is not applicable to normal wear and tear. This warranty shall not be applicable and shall be void if the defect in the SOFEL software product has arisen through abuse, unreasonable use, mistreatment, or neglect. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OFF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND NO OTHER REPRESENTATIONS OR CLAIMS OF ANY NATURE SHALL BE BINDING ON OR OBLIGATE SOFEL. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES APPLICALE TO THIS SOFTWARE PRODUCT, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE NINETY {90} DAY PERIOD DESCRIBED ABOVE. IN NO EVENT WILL SOFEL BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM POSSESSION, USE, OR MALFUNCTION OF THIS SOFEL SOFTWARE PRODUCT. Some states do not allow limitations as to how long an implied warranty lasts and/or exclusions or limitations of incidental or consequential damages so the above limitations and/or exclusions of liability may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. SOFEL Corporation-1341 Ocean Avenue, Box 183- Santa Monica, CA 90401 Phone: {213} 458-3957 (C)1990 SOFEL Corp.

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