RED BARON (2 players)
As you take to the skies for another dogfight, the fame of the World War I flying ace goes with you. Score points by shooting down enemy airplanes. Test your skill as a pilot by carefully lifting off from the airfield before crashing into a barn. But watch out for the enemy because he is out to shoot you down.
STARTING THE GAME
Choose Red Baron by pressing 1 on the keypad or by using remote game selection (pull the trigger on hand control 1, turn the knob until 1 appears on the screen, then pull the trigger again).
|Enter 9||Play 9 seconds.|
|Enter 9 9||Play 99 seconds.|
|Enter 9 9 9||Play 9 minutes and 99 seconds.|
If you enter a race time that is 99 seconds or less, press the
= sign to start the game.
PLAYING THE GAME
|Trigger||Shoots the bullets.|
|Knob||Controls the speed of the plane.|
|Joystick||Controls the direction of the plane.|
Hand control 1 is for the smaller plane pictured on the lower left of the screen--pull back to go counter-clockwise; push forward to go clockwise.
Hand control 2 is for the plane with the cross on its tail, pictured on the lower right--pull back to go clockwise; push forward to go counter-clockwise.
The object of the game is to shoot down as many of the enemy's planes as you can without getting shot down. The longer you survive the battle, the higher your score will be.
After both planes are airborne, practice making adjustments in speed and direction to increase your flying skills. When the enemy is in sight, pull the trigger to send him crashing to the ground. Then, prepare to fly out of the path of another enemy plane.
The time clock in the lower center of the screen shows the remaining game time. The number on the left side of the clock represents the score for player 1. while the number on the right side shows the score for player 2.
A player's score is determined by how many of the enemy's planes he shoots down in a given time period.
Each time a plane is hit, the survivor is awarded one point. When time runs out, the player with the most points is "The Red Baron."
To play Red Baron again, press the RESET button or pull the trigger on the tl hand control, and follow the instructions for starting the game.
PANZER ATTACK (2 to 4 players)
With the skill of General Patron, search out, fire and destroy the enemy tanks. Be very careful, however. because the enemy is as crafty as a desert fox and is out to destroy you.
STARTING THE GAME
Choose Panzer Attack by pressing 2 on the keypad or by using remote game selection (pull the trigger on hand control 1, turn the knob until 2 appears on the screen, then pull the trigger again).
Enter the number of players (2-4).
Enter the number of battles (1-99). If you enter a number that
is less than 10, press the I sign to begin play.
PLAYING THE GAME
|Trigger||Fires the shots.|
|Knob||Has no function.|
|Joystick||Push forward--tank moves forward;|
|Pull backward--tank moves backward;|
|Push to the right--tank moves clockwise;|
|Push to the left--tank moves counter-clockwise.|
The object of Panzer Attack is to reach the highest score by destroying the greatest number of enemy tanks. There are six stationary blockades which will help guard your tank and prevent it from being shot by the enemy.
Each player's designated tank and score are shown at the top of the screen. From left to right, players are numbered I through 4. The number between the scores of players 2 and 3 is the number of battles remaining to be played.
One point is awarded for each enemy tank you hit. A single battle is over when there is only one tank remaining. However, the winning commander is the player who reaches the highest score after the selected number of battles has been completed.
To play Panzer Attack again, press the RESET button (or pull the
trigger on hand control 81) and follow the instructions for starting