Notice en anglais, français, espagnol (5 pages).
Transféré par Milka depuis la GamebaseCPC de Loïc Daneels.
Manual n° 2
TOP CAT starring in BEVERLY HILLS CATS
When an old lady leaves her worldly fortune to Benny the Ball because
her only rightful heir, Amy, is missing, Top Cat and the rest of the
gang end up in Beverly Hills in the luxury of Madam Van Der Gelt's
mansion. Snerdly, the butler, is next in line if he can get rid of
Benny. In between rides in the limo and having fun around the pool,
will T.C. and his gang save Benny and find the missing Amy?
THE OBJECT OF THE GAME
You play the part of Top Cat. In the first area - The Alley - T.C.
must round up the existing members of the gang and find the bone that
will distract 'Crusher' the dog, allowing T.C. to progress to the next
Q - Up
A - Down
O - Left
P - Right
Space - Collect an object; hold down for a longer period to enter
"object drop" mode.
F - Freeze - 'Fire' to restart
In order to complete the game, it is necessary to solve certain
puzzles by dropping objects in different places; eg. a key will open a
gate, etc. Some puzzles award T.C. with bonus points; eg. placing
litter in dustbins.
Throughout the game energy (milk bottles) must be collected. Watch out
for the sour ones. Likewise fruit can be picked up for extra points -
be careful, it may be rotten.
To drop an object, enter "drop object" mode. A flashing cursor will
highlight the currently selected object. This can be moved left or
right using the appropriate controls. Once the object is chosen, press
Fire to drop it.
If by accident "object drop" mode is activated, any other key except
'left', 'right' or 'fire' will restart the game.
HINTS & TIPS
Try not to lose too much energy at once as the gang may get scared and
decide to run off. They must be found again before that area can be
Beware, some skateboarders will pinch objects from T.C. and place them
(c) 1990 Hanna-Barbara Productions Inc.
(c) P.A.L. Developments 1990
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