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Blast Corps

Typed out by Flionk Blast Corps- Instruction Booklet 2 WARNING: PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE CONSUMER INFORMATION AND PRECAUTIONS BOOKLET INCLUDED WITH THIS PRODUCT BEFORE USING YOUR NINTENDO(R) HARDWARE SYSTEM, GAME PAK OR ACCESSORY. THIS BOOKLET CONTAINS IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION. 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 product. All Nintendo products are licensed by sale for use only with other authorized products bearing the Official Nintendo Seal of Quality.(R) Thank you for selecting the Blast Corps˙* Game Pak for your Nintendo 64(R) system. Please read this instruction booklet thoroughly to ensure maximum enjoyment of your new game. Save this booklet for future reference. *(C)1997 Nintendo/Rare. Game by Rare. ˙, (R) and the "N" logo are trademarks of Nintendo of America Inc. (C)1997 Nintendo of America Inc. 3 Table of Contents Controller Functions Page 4 Story Page 6 Vehicles Page 8 Game Screens Page 20 Items of Interest Page 21 4 The Nintendo 64 Controller Control Stick Function The Nintendo 64 Control Stick uses an analog system to read the angles and directions of its movement. This allows subtle control that is not possible using the conventional + Control Pad. When turning the Control Deck power ON, do not move the Control Stick from its neutral position on the controler. If the Control Stick is held at an angled position when the power is turned ON, this position will be set as neutral. This will cause games using the control stick to operate incorrectly. To reset the neutral position once the game has started, let go of the Control Stick so it can return to its center position then press START while holding the L and R Buttons. The Control Stick is a precision instrument, make sure not to spill liquids or place and foreign objects into it. If you need assistance, contact Nintendo Consumer Assistance at 1-800-255-3700 or your nearest Nintendo Authorized Repair Center˙. Holding the Controller Whil playing Blast Corps, we recommend you use the hand positions as shon at thr right. By holding the controller like this, you can operate the Control Stick freely with your left thumb. Using your right thumb, you can access the A, B, or C Buttons. Place your left index finger where it feels comfortable, but not in a position where you might accidentally press the Z Button on the back of the controller. Connecting the Nintendo 64 Controller To play Blast Corps, you must connect a controller to Socket One, located on the front panel of the Control Deck. If you change the connection during the game, you will need to either press RESET or turn the power OFF to make the new connection active. *This game is designed for one player, so only one conlroller is needed. 5 NOTICE! USING THE N64 CONTROLLER PAK˙ WITH BLAST CORPS WILL ENHANCE YOUR GAME PLAY EXPERIENCE! Please carefully read and follow the information in the N64 Controller Pak instruction booklet. The N64 Controller Pak is a portable memory cartridge for saving game data, controller button configurations, built up character attributes and more. After saving the game information in a N64 Controller Pak, you can download the information again later or bring your N64 Controller Pak with you and load your saved game information on any Nintendo 64 system. Saving Information When using a N64 Controller Pak with Blast Corps, you can save up to four individual games. Make sure that the N64 Controller Pak is correctly inserted in your Controller when you turn the power ON. The game automatically presents a selection screen, showing four game slots. Highlight the desired "empty" game slot using the Control Stick or + Control Pad, and press START to enter your name. After you have entered your name press START to confirm your entry and begin a new game. Loading Information Insert the N64 Controller Pak with the saved Blast Corps information on it. There are up to four game slots that can have information saved in them. Highlight a game slot that you want to load and press START. After you've confirmed your selection, start playing. To load a different slot, press RESET on the Control Deck, then select a different game slot. Memory Management Screen You can access the Memory Management screen by pressing and holding START, then turn ON your Nintendo 64 system. Continue to hold START until the Memory Management screen appears. This screen allows you to manage the information on your N64 Controller Pak. You may delete information to create additional space on your Controller Pak. On the Memory Management screen, highlight the file you want to delete and then press the A Button. To exit this screen, press the B Button. NOTE: Depending on the available pages on your Controller Pak, you may save up to four games. Blast Corps uses a maximum of 56 pages of information on your Controller Pak, 14 per game slot. NOTE: Saved data may be erased if RESET is pressed, or if the Power is turned OFF during screen transitions. NOTE: If no Controller Pak is inserted when attempting to access the Memory Management screen, you will be given the option to erase the data on the internal memory chip. 6 The Story Blast Corps: Leaders in the field of heavy duty demolition through a combination of skill, experience and cutting-edge technology. Since its birth, the company has applied its unique talents to the problem of urban decay, renovating and revitalizing cities from one end of the country to the other. A far cry from the senseless warfare amidst which the seeds of the project were sown, in the heavy vehicle development bay at the military base called Rafters. While demonstrating a great natural flair, the founding members of the team - Amber, Clark, Wesley and Spike - were never happy with the ultimate purpose of their machines. So when Wesley was cruelly rejected following the field accident that left him disabled, his friends finally rebelled and led the infamous Rafters Walkout. Blast Corps came into being soon after. That was five years ago. But now, in the present day, world peace is shattered as mankind faces crisis on a worldwide scale. 7 A pair of defective nuclear missiles, en route to a safe detonation site, have begun to leak. Badly damaged, the carrier automatically looks onto the most direct route. Bad memories resurface for the Blast Corps team when, summoned to their nation's defense, they find out where the warheads originated, a certain nearby military base. The flood of radiation prevents anyone from getting close enough to the runaway carrier, and people in the know fear that even the slightest jolt could trigger a catrastrophic explosion. Standing as the world's final hope, Blast Corps must clear the way to ground zero. Gather a team of six elite scientists and ultimately counter the threat of nuclear winter. 8 Ramdozer A Butoon: Move forwards B Button: Move backwards Z Button: Stop and exit vehicle C up Button: Zoom camera in C down Button: Zoom camera out C left Button: Rotate camera left C right Button: Rotate camera right L/R Buttons: Sound horn Control Stick: Left/right turns vehicle + Control Pad: Left/right turns vehicle START: Pause/Options menu 9 Backlash A Butoon: Move forwards B Button: Move backwards Z Button: Stop and exit vehicle C up Button: Zoom camera in C down Button: Zoom camera out C left Button: Rotate camera left C right Button: Rotate camera right L/R Buttons: Hold while turning to slide Control Stick: Left/right turns vehicle + Control Pad: Left/right turns vehicle START: Pause/Options menu 10 Skyfall A Butoon: Move forwards B Button: Move backwards Z Button: Stop and exit vehicle C up Button: Zoom camera in C down Button: Zoom camera out C left Button: Rotate camera left C right Button: Rotate camera right L/R Buttons: Timed turbo boost Control Stick: Left/right turns vehicle + Control Pad: Left/right turns vehicle START: Pause/Options menu 11 Thunderfist A Butoon: When running, press to somersault B Button: When running, press to somersault Z Button: Stop and exit vehicle C up Button: Zoom camera in C down Button: Zoom camera out C left Button: Rotate camera left C right Button: Rotate camera right L/R Buttons: Same as A button Control Stick: Move in direction pressed + Control Pad: No function START: Pause/Options menu 12 Cyclone Suit A Butoon: Tumble while running B Button: Tumble while running Z Button: Stop and exit vehicle C up Button: Zoom camera in C down Button: Zoom camera out C left Button: Rotate camera left C right Button: Rotate camera right L/R Buttons: When running, press to tumble Control Stick: Move in direction pressed + Control Pad: No function START: Pause/Options menu 13 J-Bomb A Butoon: Activate jets B Button: Stomp Z Button: Stop and exit vehicle C up Button: Zoom camera in C down Button: Zoom camera out C left Button: Rotate camera left C right Button: Rotate camera right L/R Buttons: Activate jets Press L Button to Stomp Control Stick: Move in the direction pressed + Control Pad: No function START: Pause/Options menu 14 Balista A Butoon: Move forwards B Button: Move backwards Z Button: Stop and exit vehicle C up Button: Zoom camera in C down Button: Zoom camera out C left Button: Rotate camera left C right Button: Rotate camera right L/R Buttons: Fire missiles Control Stick: Left/right turns vehicle + Control Pad: Left/right turns vehicle START: Pause/Options menu 15 Sideswipe A Butoon: Move forwards B Button: Move backwards Z Button: Stop and exit vehicle C up Button: Zoom camera in C down Button: Zoom camera out C left Button: Rotate camera left C right Button: Rotate camera right L/R Buttons: Activate side punches Control Stick: Left/right turns vehicle + Control Pad: Left/right turns vehicle START: Pause/Options menu 16 Racecars & Van A Butoon: Move forwards B Button: Move backwards Z Button: Stop and exit vehicle C up Button: Zoom camera in C down Button: Zoom camera out C left Button: Rotate camera left C right Button: Rotate camera right L/R Buttons: Sound horns Control Stick: Left/right turns vehicle + Control Pad: Left/right turns vehicle START: Pause/Options menu 17 Police Car A Butoon: Move forwards B Button: Move backwards Z Button: Stop and exit vehicle C up Button: Zoom camera in C down Button: Zoom camera out C left Button: Rotate camera left C right Button: Rotate camera right L/R Buttons: Sound siren + Control Pad: Left/right turns vehicle START: Pause/Options menu 18 Train A Butoon: Move forwards B Button: Move backwards Z Button: Stop and exit vehicle C up Button: Zoom camera in C down Button: Zoom camera out C left Button: Rotate camera left C right Button: Rotate camera right L/R Buttons: Sound whistle Control Stick: No function + Control Pad: No function START: Pause/Options menu 19 Platform Crane A Butoon: Move platform out B Button: Move platform in Z Button: Exit crane C up Button: Zoom camera in C down Button: Zoom camera out C left Button: Rotate camera left C right Button: Rotate camera right L/R Buttons: Raise/lower platform Control Stick: Left/right moves crane left/right + Control Pad: Left/right moves crane left/right START: Pause/Options menu 20 World Screen *Green circles mean you've not found all Communication Points *Red circles mean you've found all Communication Points *Shows the vehicle(s) used in the level *Little circles are training and bonus areas and show the commendation you've earned *Big circles are main levels and show the commendation you've earned Information screen *Number and percent of buildings destroyed *Number and percent of survivors rescued *Dollar amount of damage *Number and percent of RDUs found *Commendation for clearing the path *Commendation for destroyed and found items *Number of communication points activated *Name, Rank, Number of commendations Veiw Stats Screen *Number and percent of buildings destroyed *Number and percent of survivors rescued *Dollar amount of damage *Number and percent of RDUs found *Time spent in the level 21 Items of Interest *RDU Radiation Dispersal Unit. These things are triggered remotely as you drive by. They can be used for guidance as well as radiation dispersal. *Survivors Survivors escape when the walls around them are destroyed. The Blast Corps chopper will swoop in to pick them up. *TNT These crates can be pushed around, but they won't be stable for long. *Communication Points Communication Points allow you to make contanct with Headquarters. When activated, they break open valuable new training levels. You can access these from the World Screen. *Blast Corps Semi The semi at the end of the level allows you to exit after completely clearing path for the reactor. Rank & Promotion You'll recieve periodic promotions dpepnding on the number and typ of commendations you earn. You can earn Gold, Silver and Bronze commendations. A Gold commendations is worth three rank points, Silver is worth two and Bronze is worth one. One Gold commendations is given per level for path clearance: The second requires all survivors, RDUs and total destruction. When you've earned 12 rank points, you will recieve a Blast Corps promotion. There are 31 different Blast Corps Ranks. Here's a list of the first 10: Rookie Wrecker Trained Crusher Experienced Ravager Decorated Damager Professional Razer Expert Destroyer Gifted Ruiner Accomplished Conqueror Master Despoiler Demolition Fanatic N64 Controller Pak Using a Controller Pak with your Blast Corps game allow many game play advantages. You can save up to four game play files versus saving one file without a Controller Pak. In addition, the Controller Pak saves the best times accomplished with each vehicle in the bonus levels. Another feature taht the Controller Pak offers is the Guest Player mode. This mode allows players at the same stage of game play to access each other's bonus and main levels. Simply highlight the "Stop watach" on the Information Screen and press the A Button. Use the L/R Buttons to highlight the desired player, and press the A Button to become a guest player. Using a Controller Pak also allows you to save 100% of your game information. If you are not using a Controller Pak, and you re-enter a level, some buildings and RDU's may reappear. As you can see, using a Controller Pak with your Blast Corps game, you can access unique game play options otherwise not available. 22 IMPORTANT: WARNING: Copying of any Nintendo game is illegal and strictly prohibited by domestic and international copyright laws. "Back-up" or "archival" copies are not authorized and are not necessary to protect your software. Violators will be presecuted. This Nintendo game is not designed for use with any unauthorized copying device. Use of any such device will invalidate your Nintendo product warranty. Nintenod (and/or any Nintendo licensee or distributor) is not responsible for any damage or loss caused by the use of any such device. If use of suc device causes your game to stop operating, disconnect the device carefully to avoid damage and resume normal game play. If your game ceases to operate and you ahev no device attached to it, please contact your local authorized Nintendo retailor. The contents of this notice do not interfere with your statutory rights. This manual and other printed matter accompanying this game are protected by domestic and international copyright laws. The rental of this game without permission of Nintendo or its licensees is strictly prohibited. For further information or assistance, please contact: nintendo Consumer Assistance Hotline 1-800-255-3700 (U.S. and Canada) Or your local authorized Nintendo retailer.

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