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Whomp Em

Typed out by Steve Begin WHOMP 'EM (1991 Jaleco Ltd.) Instruction Manual Jaleco USA Inc. Limited Warranty (not written) 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) Licensed by Nintendo for play on the Nintendo Entertainment System. Jaleco USA Inc. 310 Era Drive Northbrook, Illinois 60062 (708) 480-1811 --PAGE 1-- Thanks for buying Whomp 'Em from Jaleco. It's just one of many new and exciting games we will be bringing out for your NES! TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction.......................................2 Getting Started....................................2 Object Of The Game.................................2 Worlds.............................................3 Totems.............................................4 Magic Items........................................5 Controller Functions...............................6 On-Screen Functions................................7 Taking Care Of Your Jaleco Game....................8 Help Jaleco Invent New Games You'll Like...........9 --PAGE 2-- INTRODUCTION Whomp 'Em is the story of Soaring Eagle, a young Indian Brave who ventures into the world seeking totems for his magic pouch. Whomp 'Em consists of eight worlds. The first world acquaints you with the game. The next six worlds may be traveled in any order. The final world is a secret! GETTING STARTED 1. Place the Whomp 'Em cartridge into your NES and turn on the unit. 2. The title screen appears. When you're ready to begin playing, press START. 3. You will enter the first world of Whomp 'Em. OBJECT OF THE GAME The object of the game is to maneuver Soaring Eagle through each of the eight worlds, fighting off whatever creatures cross his path and collecting the valuable objects (magic items) that the creatures leave behind once they've been defeated. --PAGE 3-- WORLDS When you start the game, you will be placed in World 1 automatically. You must complete World 1 before you have access to Worlds 2 through 7. When you complete World 1, you can choose to enter any of the following six worlds: Sacred Woods, Magic Forest, Water Test, Secret Cliff, Ice Ritual,and Fire Test. Press the Control Pad to highlight the world you want to explore on the map that appears after you finish World 1, and then press the A button to select the highlighted world. Only when you have completed the first seven worlds will you be able to selecct the final, secret world from the center of the map. --PAGE 4-- TOTEMS A totem (special weapon or power) is awarded when you complete each level. Below, you'll find a screen shot(*) of each totem, its name, the world from which the totem comes, and a description of each totem's special power. 1. Spear Whirlwind (Sacred Woods): Repels attacks by enemies and breaks rocks. 2. Fire Wand (Fire Test): Shoots a flame. 3. Cloud (Ice Ritual): Allows Soaring Eagle to fly. 4. Ice Crystal (Water Test): Freezes enemies. 5. Web (Magic Forest): Allows Soaring Eagle to catch an enemy in a web. 6. Dart (Secret Cliff): Allows Soaring Eagle to shoot spear. 7. (?) Unknown: You will have to find out the power of this totem on your own! (*) NFSB (Note From Steve Begin -- me!): The screen shots are awful so it doesn't really matter if you can't look at 'em! --PAGE 5-- MAGIC ITEMS There are eight different magic items for Soaring Eagle to collect. Magic items appear when you destroy an enemy. To collect the item once it appears, simply maneuver Soaring Eagle so that he comes in contact with it. 8. Flint Spear Head: Increases attack strength. 9. Buffalo Headdress: Increases defensive power. 10. Deerskin Shirt: Makes Soaring Eagle invincible. 11. Magic Potion: Extra Life. 12. Small Heart: Heals one wound. 13. Large Heart: Heals all wounds. 14. Spear: Increases length of spear. 15. Gourd: Collect to increase amount of life force Soaring Eagle can have. Hint: Some magic items only work for a short time. When Soaring Eagle collects a Flint Spear, a Buffalo Headdress, or a Dearskin Shirt, the item will appear in the lower left-hand corner of the screen. --PAGE 6-- CONTROLLER FUNCTIONS A Button Jump B button Strike with weapon START Select totem (allows Soaring Eagle to select a totem to use) SELECT Pause/Resume game --PAGE 7-- ON-SCREEN DISPLAYS Totem used: This display shows the current totem that Soaring Eagle is using. If Soaring Eagle has no totems, a spear appears in that location. Extra Life: Each magic potion collected (up to four) by Soaring Eagle appears here. Note: Some enemies can steal your extra lives ON CONTACT to regenerate their own lives. Life Force: The hearts represent the amount of life force Soaring Eagle has left. An alarm will sound when Soaring Eagle has only one life force left. (Picture of the upper-left part of the screen) (in the corner) Totem Used. (at the right of the totem used) Extra Life (under the totem used) Life Force. --PAGE 8-- TAKING CARE OF YOUR JALECO GAME * This Jaleco Game Pak is a precision-crafted device with complex electronics circuitry. Avoid subjecting it to undue shock or extremes of temperatures. Never attempt to open or dismantle the Game Pak. * Do not touch the terminal leads or allow them to come into contact with water or the game circuitry will be damaged. * Always make sure your NES Control Deck is SWITCHED OFF when inserting the Game Pak or removing it from the NES Control Deck 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") and 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 this video game, neither Jaleco U.S.A., Inc. nor Nintendo of America Inc. will be liable for any damage. This situation is not caused by a defect in the NES or this games; other fixed or repetitive images may cause similar damage to a projection television. Please contact your TV manufacturer for further information. --PAGE 9-- HELP JALECO INVENT NEW GAMES YOU'LL LIKE Jaleco is always developing video games for your Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy, and we'd like your help. Answer these questions, and then send us your name and address. We'll put you on our mailing list to get the most up-to-date information on Jaleco games. Name__________________________________ Age______ Male[] Female [] Address__________________________________________________________ City______________________________ State______ Zip Code__________ Did you buy this game yourself?__________________________________ If not, did you receive it as a gift?____________________________ How many games do you own for your Nintendo?_____________________ How long have you owned your Nintendo?___________________________ Does your Nintendo have any other accessories?___________________ --PAGE 10-- Please make a check mark next to any of the accessories listed below that you own: [] gun [] power glove [] power pad [] other joystick or controller [] U-force [] NES Satellite Transmitter(TM) (4-player adaptor) [] NES Four Score(TM) (4-player adaptor) Do you own a Game Boy(TM)?_______________________________________ What kind of games do you like to play on your Nintendo?(Check all that apply.) [] sports [] arcade titles [] action/adventure [] role-playing [] driving games [] games based on movies [] games based on cartoon characters [] war games How often do you play your Nintendo?_____________________________ Do you play alone?_______________________________________________ Do you play with friends?________________________________________ How do you learn about new games for your Nintendo? (Check all that apply.) [] friends [] magazine ads [] magazine reviews [] call Nintendo [] call other game companies [] television commercials --PAGE 11-- What TV shows do you watch?______________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ What magazines do you read?______________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ What movie did you last see?_____________________________________ List the ages of any brothers you have.__________________________ List the ages of any sisters you have.___________________________ Thanks for answering our questions and telling us about yourself and what you like to play. Please return this form to: Jaleco USA Inc. 310 Era Drive Northbrook, Illinois 60062 REMEMBER TO ASK YOUR FAVORITE VIDEO GAME STORE FOR JALECO GAMES FOR YOUR NES. --PAGE 12-- (Blank page) --PAGE 13-- COMPLIANCE WITH FCC REGULATIONS (not written) --Back Cover Page-- Ask your favorite video game store for Bases Loaded II: Second Season, Maniac Mansion (NFSB: The best C=64 and NES games), War On Wheels, Metal Mech, The Last Ninja and Totally Rad from Jaleco for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Jaleco USA Inc. 310 Era Drive Northbrook, Illinois 60062 (708) 480-1811

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