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                            POWER GLOVE
                                 Instructions
    
                     Licensed by Nintendo for play on the
                        Nintendo Entertainment System
    
       Mattel
    4007-0920 G1
    
    
    INTRODUCTION
    ------------
    
    	Hi!  I'm the Glove Master and this is my apprentice Little
    Digit.  We're going to take you to a new dimension in game play; a
    dimension that puts amazing powers right in your  hand.  With the
    flick of a finger you can devastate an army of attackers or deliver a
    deadly blow to your enemy.
    	Welcome to the world of the Power Glove!  It's a world where
    you'll really feel like you are part of the action.  When you play a
    boxing game you really punch.  With driving games you'll get the feel
    of being behind the wheel of a real race car.
    	Little Digit and I are here to help you start playing a game
    with your Power Glove as soon as possible.  As Little Digit can tell
    you, becoming a Glove Master takes practice.  But in no time at all,
    you'll be scoring high and winning big the Power Glove Way.
    
    [Typist's note:  Glove Master and Little Digit are cartoon characters
    who appear throughout the manual.  When they have word balloons, I
    will use "GM:" to show Glove Master speaking and "LD:" to show Little
    Digit speaking.]
    
    
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    -----------------
    
    Introduction ...................................................  2
    Power Glove Sensor Assembly ....................................  4
    Plugging Everything In .........................................  5
    Getting To Know Your Power Glove ...............................  6
    Quick Start-Up .................................................  8
    The Sensing Zone ............................................... 10
    Centering, The Key to Power Glove Mastery ...................... 11
    Slow Motion Controls ........................................... 13
    Rapid Fire Controls ............................................ 14
    Programs ....................................................... 15
    Loading Programs ............................................... 16
    Power Glove Gaming Series ...................................... 29
    Index of Games ................................................. 33
    Problems & Solutions ........................................... 34
    Warranty ....................................................... 35
    
    
    POWER GLOVE SENSOR ASSEMBLY
    ---------------------------
    
    LD:  Okay, I connected the tubes.  Now what?
    GM:  Now put it on the TV.
    
    1.  The glove sensors are labeled "1," "2," and "3."
    2.  Connect the tubes between the sensors as shown in Figure 1.
    3.  Set the completed assembly on the right side of your TV, with the
    dished side of the sensors facing front.
    
    Figure 1:
    
                Connect tubes
                    <-->   Sensor 2
             ***             ***\ 
    Sensor 1 ***=============*** \
             ***             *** |
         +--------------------+|+|  LED Panel
         !  ________________  ! ||
         ! (                ) ! || ^              # NES Connector
         ! (                ) ! || | Connect      |
         ! (                ) ! || | tubes        \  +---+ 
         ! (                ) ! || v               \-|   | Junction box
         ! (                ) ! ||                   +---+
         ! (________________) !*** Sensor 3            |
         !                    !***-\           _______/
         !--------------------!***  \         /
         !                    !      \_______/
         +--------------------+
    
    
    PLUGGING EVERYTHING IN
    ----------------------
    
    1.  Turn NES off before you plug anything into it.
    2.  Plug junction box cord into NES port "1," as shown in Figure 2.
    3.  Plug Power Glove cord into junction box as shown in Figure 2.
    
    Figure 2:  [I think you can figure it out yourself.]
    
    LD:  Everything's plugged in...I think???
    GM:  Let's see, junction box cord to 1 and glove cord to junction box.
    -- That's right!  Good  job L.D.
    
    
    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR POWER GLOVE
    --------------------------------
    
    Figure 3:  [The Power Glove with the following controls labeled:]
       A - Direction pad          G - Rapid fire for A
       B - Center                 H - Rapid fire for B
       C - Start & Select         I - Program (Prog)
       D - A & B commands         J - Enter (Entr)
       E - The number pad (0-9)   K - LED light
       F - Slow motion
    
    A.  Works just like the direction pad on your NES controller.
    B.  Each time you press CENTER you set a new starting point.
    C.  Once glove is on, press START or SELECT to turn on the LED panel.
    During a game use them as you would the Nintendo Start & Select
    buttons.
    D.  You can use these buttons as you would Nintendo A & B buttons.
    E.  Use keys 0-9 to enter program code after you press PROG (see J).
    F.  For games that use slo-mo, press once to turn it on.  Press again
    to turn it off.
    G.  Rapid Fire for A turns on automatically when you turn on the
    glove.  Press:
       7 to turn it off       1 to increase firing rate
       2 to turn it back on   6 to decrease firing rate
    H.  Rapid Fire for B turns on automatically when you turn on the
    glove.  Press:
       9 to turn it off       3 to increase firing rate
       4 to turn it back on   8 to decrease firing rate
    I.  Puts glove into a program mode so you can use the number pad to
    load a program, (see E).  Don't press this button when you're playing
    a game.
    J.  Press ENTER twice to exit program mode and turn game controls back
    on after you load a program, (see I).  During a game press ENTER once
    to switch A to B and B to A.  Press again to switch them back.
    
    LD:  What are all these buttons for?
    GM:  They do lots of things.  Take a look at Figure 3.
    LD:  Wow!  It's like having a NES controller right on my arm.
    
    
    QUICK START-UP
    --------------
    
    GM:  Put a game in the NES and press Power.  The glove beeps.
    Pressing Power turns the glove on and off.
    GM:  Press Start on the glove.  Pressing Start or Select turns on the
    LED panel.
    GM:  Make a fist a few times so the glove gets to know the size of
    your fingers and thumb.
    
    * Remember to bend your thumb when you make a fist.
    
    GM:  Point glove at the middle of the TV screen and press Center, so
    the glove can tell which way you move.
    
    * Pressing Center sets your starting point.
    
    Look at the LED Panel by Sensor 2.  The lights turn on and off when
    you move the glove in different directions.  Try it.
    
                             |---\
                             |    \
            Lift glove ----> |  *  |
       Move glove left -->   | o o | <---- Move glove right
           Lower glove ----> |  o  |
                             |     |
                             | * * |
                             |_____|
    
                               ^ ^
                               | |
                       --------+-+
                      /
       * If these lights are flashing it means turbo is on.  Push 7 & 9 to
       stop flashing.
    
    GM:  To turn on the glove and start playing a game just follow the
    steps in "Quick Start Up."
    LD:  Can I play now?
    
    Moving your glove is the same as pressing buttons on a NES controller.
    To play a game right now use these moves:
    
                    Up = UP on NES direction pad
                  Down = DOWN on NES direction pad
                 Right = RIGHT on NES direction pad
                  Left = LEFT on NES direction pad
       Bend 1st finger = A button on NES
            Bend thumb = B button on NES
    
    
    THE SENSING ZONE
    ----------------
    
    LD [sitting on floor]:  Hey!  My glove isn't working.
    GM:  That's because it's not in the sensing zone.
    
    1.  It is very important that you stay in the sensing zone when you're
    playing a game.
    2.  Always point your glove towards the TV when you are playing a
    game.
    3.  Sitting on a chair instead of the floor will help you stay in the
    sensing zone.
    
    LD [sitting in chair]:  Thanks GM!  My glove works great when I stay
    in the sensing zone.
    
    
    CENTERING:  THE KEY TO POWER GLOVE MASTERY
    ------------------------------------------
    
    *Centering* is your center position or "starting" point.
    
    *Setting Your Center*
    1.  Put your hand and arm in a comfortable position.
    2.  Point your glove at the middle of the TV screen.
    3.  Press the CENTER button on your glove.  The position your glove is
    in when you press CENTER is your center position.
    4.  Repeat steps 1-3 to re-center as many times as you want.
    
    LD:  What's wrong?  My man won't move the way I want.
    GM:  Try re-centering.
    
    The lights will tell you which way you move from the center.
    
    LD:  Hey!  All the lights are off.
    GM:  That's because your glove is centered.  If you move a light comes
    on.
    
    *Centering Your Moves*
    Finding your center position is easy with the LED Panel.  When the
    glove is perfectly centered all the directional LED's will be off and
    your man won't move.
    
    Moving the glove away from center is like pressing the NES direction
    pad.  Your man moves according to which way you move the glove away
    from the center.  Look at which LED lights to see which way you move
    the glove.
    
    *Glove Master's Centering Hints*
    
    * It's easy to lose track of where you centered.  Re-center whenever
    you are having problems moving your man.
    
    * You can re-center as many times as you like during a game.  It won't
    interfere with the action and will probably improve your accuracy.
    
    GM:  Try to keep your moves close to center and you'll change
    directions faster.
    LD:  Ok, I'll try.
    GM:  Wow!  LD I think you're gonna break the high score this time!
    LD:  Making smaller moves really helps.
    
    * The smaller and tighter your moves are around your center position,
    the faster your man changes directions.
    
    
    SLOW-MOTION CONTROLS
    --------------------
    
    LD:  HELP!  I turned on slow mo and it went crazy.
    GM:  Slow motion doesn't work with every game.
    GM:  Press (5) again to get back to normal.
    
    1.  Press button 5 on the number pad to turn on slow motion.
    2.  Press button 5 again to turn off slow-motion.
    
    *Glove Master's Slo-Mo Hints*
    
    * Slow Motion is great when you are just learning a new game.  It
    gives you more time to react and extra time to plan  your strategy.
    
    * Slow Motion does not work with some games.
    
    
    RAPID-FIRE CONTROLS
    -------------------
    
    LD:  I can get a whole bunch of bad guys when I use rapid fire.
    GM:  You can even adjust the speed to meet the challenge.  Go for it!
    
    *Glove Master's Rapid Fire Hints*
    
    * *Rapid Fire for both A and B turns on automatically when you turn on
    on the glove.*  In most cases you want to turn one or the other off
    before getting into a game.
    
    * Not all glove programs have rapid fire, refer to the individual
    descriptions pgs. 17-28, and 30-32.
    
    1.  When you are playing a game you can control rapid fire for A and B
    separately by pressing one of these buttons on the number pad.
    
       (1) Increases firing rate for A   (3) Increases firing rate for B
       (6) Decreases firing rate for A   (8) Decreases firing rate for B
       (2) Turns on rapid fire for A     (4) Turns on rapid fire for B
       (7) Turns off rapid fire for A    (9) Turns off rapid fire for B
    
    2.  When rapid fire is on the A/B LED's will flash.
    3.  Press buttons 1, 6, 3, or 8, as may times as you want to adjust
    the firing rates.  The glove beeps higher or lower to tell you
    whether you're firing faster or slower.
    
    
    POWER GLOVE PROGRAMS
    --------------------
    
    LD:  How do I know which program to use?
    GM:  Look it up in the program index.
    
    *What's A Power Glove Program?*
    
         A program is a special set of motions, (like lifting or lowering
    your hand, or bending your finger,) that you make with your glove to
    play a game.  Making these motions is like pressing buttons on an NES
    controller.
         The moves you make to play a game depend on which program you
    use.  So far you have only used the moves for Program 1.  If you look
    through the following pages you'll see there are many different
    programs you can use.
         Each program has a different set of moves designed to add
    excitement to playing different games.  For example, if you play a
    boxing game with Program 7, you make a fist and really punch to make
    your man punch.
    
    LD:  My game isn't on the list.
    GM:  The descriptions at the top of each program will help you pick
    the one that's best.
    
    LD:  I want to use Program 3.
    GM:  Let's give it a try.  Just follow "How To Load A Program."
    
    *How To Load A Program*
    
    1.  Put the game into NES and press POWER.  (Glove turns on and
    beeps.)
    2.  Press PROG on glove.
    3.  Press the number of the program you want to use on the number pad
    on the glove.
    4.  Press ENTR.  (The glove makes a dim beep.)
    5.  Press ENTR again.  (The glove beeps.)
    6.  Press START or SELECT on your glove.  (LED Panel turns on.)
    7.  Make a fist a few times and center before you start playing.
    8.  Repeat steps 2-5 to change programs.  Always make a fist a few
    times and re-center after you change programs.
    
    PROGRAM 1
    This program is loaded automatically when you turn on the glove.  It
    has a special finger move that lets you change directions and fire B
    at the same time.  It works well for many games, especially ones with
    a side view.
         To enter PROGRAM 1, press:  (PROG) (1) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:        Glove Moves:
      Up              Lift
      Down            Lower
      Right           Right
      Left            Left
      (A)             Bend thumb
      (B)             Bend 1st finger
      Turn + (B)      Bend last 3 fingers
    
    PROGRAM 2
    This program has a beep-system that will help you learn how to find
    your center point.  When you *are centered* the glove will *not* beep.
    When you are *not centered* the glove *will* beep.
         To enter PROGRAM 2, press:  (PROG) (2) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:        Glove Moves:
      Up              Lift
      Down            Lower
      Right           Right
      Left            Left
      (A)             Bend thumb
      (B)             Bend 1st finger
      To turn off\
      or on beep  >   Make a fist & pull back
      system     /
    
    PROGRAM 3
    When you use program 3 you move the glove around as if it was on a
    table.  That makes this program good to use for games with a top view,
    like GAUNTLET.
         To enter PROGRAM 3, press:  (PROG) (3) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:        Glove Moves:
      Up              Forward
      Down            Back
      Right           Right
      Left            Left
      (A)             Bend thumb
      (B)             Bend 1st finger
    
    PROGRAM 4
    Because this program has unique finger movements it's good for playing
    IRON TANK.  Think of your fingers as the levers that control the tank
    treads.
         To enter PROGRAM 4, press:  (PROG) (4) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:         Glove Moves:
      Up               All fingers out
      Down             Bend all fingers
      Right            1st finger out & bend last 3 fingers
      Left             Last 3 fingers out & bend 1st finger
      (A)              Bend thumb
      Hold down (B)    Wrist straight up [Rotate hand clockwise 90 degrees
                       so that thumb points up.]
      Up + Right       Twist wrist clockwise [180 degrees]
      Up + Left        Twist wrist counter-clockwise [90 degrees]
      Release (B)      Lower
      Hands off        Pull back
    
    PROGRAM 5
    Your hand "becomes" a plane when you're using this program.  Bank left
    or right just like you were flying.  If the game has an aerial view
    this might be a good program to use.
         To enter PROGRAM 5, press:  (PROG) (5) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:        Glove Moves:
      Up              Forward
      Down            Back
      Right           Right
      Left            Left
      Right           Bank right
      Left            Bank left
      (A)             Bend thumb
      (B)             Bend 1st finger
    
    PROGRAM 6
    It takes practice to learn the moves for the Double Dragon program,
    but it will be worth it.  When you master this program you'll be able
    to do things in one move that normally take two key presses.
         To enter PROGRAM 6, press:  (PROG) (6) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:               Glove Moves:
      Up                     Forward
      Down                   Back
      Right                  Right
      Left                   Left
      Hold Up (Climbing)     Fist forward
      (A)                    Bend 1st finger
      (A) + (B)              Bend last 3 fingers
      (B)                    Bend thumb
      Fast twice Left        Twist wrist clockwise [180 degrees]
      or Right
    
    PROGRAM 7
    This program for MIKE TYSON'S PUNCH-OUT!! simulates real life boxing
    action.  Keeping your moves close to your center position is essential
    to mastering these program moves.
         NOTE:  You must press START before you can use directional
    buttons on glove to make game selections.
         To enter PROGRAM 7, press:  (PROG) (7) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:                 Glove Moves:
      To duck [rapid down]     Open + Down
      To dodge left            Open + move left
      To dodge right           Open + move right
      (B)                      Make fist & punch down to left
      (B) + Up                 Make fist & punch up to left
      (A)                      Make fist & punch down to right
      (A) + Up                 Make fist & punch up to left
      Down                     Twist wrist clockwise as far as you can
                               (open hand or fist)
      (Select)                 Make fist & pull back for a star punch (you
                               must have one or more stars)
      Rapid pressing of (A)    Thumb down
    
    PROGRAM 8
    Program 8 works best with R.B.I. Baseball but can be used with other
    baseball games.  When you use this program imagine that your hand is
    in the middle of a baseball diamond.  You'll be using different moves
    depending on whether you're playing offense or defense.
         To enter PROGRAM 8, press:  (PROG) (8) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:                 Defense Glove Moves:
      (B)                      Bend thumb
      Right                    Right
      When throwing to 2nd     Bend 1st finger
      or home
      Up                       Forward
      Left                     Left
      (B) [sic]                Back
      (B) [sic]                Twist wrist counter clockwise [90 degrees]
    
    Like NES
    Command:                 Offense Glove Moves:
      (B)                      Bend thumb (to swing)
      Right (1st base)         Right
      Left (3rd base)          Left
      Up (2nd base)            Forward
      Down (home plate)        Back
      (B) (run to base)        Twist wrist counter clockwise [90 degrees]
      (A) (run back)           Bend thumb (when running)
    
    PROGRAM 9
    Program 9 is made for RAD RACER and other driving games.  Pretend your
    hand is on an invisible steering wheel when you use this program.
    There's even a special start-up gesture that is like pulling back a
    stick shift that you must do before you press START.  This program
    does not have rapid fire.
         To enter PROGRAM 9, press:  (PROG) (9) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:            Glove Moves:
                          Start gesture [make fist]
      Up (turbo)          Shift forward [fist forward]
      Right               Twist wrist clockwise [180 degrees, open hand]
      Left                Twist wrist counter-clockwise [90 degrees]
      Down                Lift hand [open hand]
      (B)                 Lower hand [fist]
      (A)                 Make fist
    
    PROGRAM 10
    This program gives you the extra accuracy you need to play R.C.
    PRO-AM.  Your fingers control the steering and your hand controls the
    brake.
         To enter PROGRAM 10, press:  (PROG) (1) (0) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:            Glove Moves:
      (B)                 Hand center [fist]
      Release (B)         Lower hand [fist]
      (A)                 Bend thumb
      Right               Bend last 3 fingers
      Left                Bend 1st finger
    
    PROGRAM 11
    This game is very much like program 1 with one exception.  Instead of
    just turning around and firing B, you can make your man spin around
    firing in all directions.  This really helps when you're in a tight
    spot or facing a large number of enemies.  However, this special
    feature may not work with every game.  Try it out yourself.
         To enter PROGRAM 11, press:  (PROG) (1) (1) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:                 Glove Moves:
      Up                       Lift hand
      Down                     Lower hand
      Right                    Right
      Left                     Left
      (A)                      Bend thumb
      (B)                      Bend 1st finger
      Fast turn and firing     Bend last 3 fingers
      Weapon changes           Press ENTER
    
    PROGRAM 12
    Use this program to play SUPER MARIO BROS.  With the flick of a
    finger, you can speed-up or slow-down Mario to meet the challenge.
         To enter PROGRAM 12, press:  (PROG) (1) (2) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:                           Glove Moves:
      Up                                  Lift hand
      Down                                Lower hand
      Right                               Short right
      Right hold                          Long right
      Left                                Left
      Left hold                           Hand further left
      (A)                                 Bend thumb
      (B)                                 Bend 1st finger
      (B) + left or right (fast)          Bend middle finger
      Move Mario left or right slowly     Bend last 3 fingers
    
    PROGRAM 13
    Your fingers control the A & B button commands, but you have to use
    the directional buttons on your arm to move around the screen.  This
    is a good program to use if you have to go in and out of sub-menus to
    pick and buy things during the course of play.
         To enter PROGRAM 13, press:  (PROG) (1) (3) (ENTR) (ENTR)
    
    Like NES
    Command:        Glove Moves:
      (A)             Bend thumb
      (B)             Bend 1st finger
    
    PROGRAM 14
    When you turn on program 14, you turn off the glove movements.  To
    play use the arm controls just like using a Nintendo controller.  Load
    program 14 if you  have to enter an essential password at the
    beginning of the game, then pause and re-load a more appropriate
    program for actual game action.  Don't forget to make a fist a few
    times to recalibrate the glove when you change programs.
    
    
    POWER GLOVE GAMING SERIES
    -------------------------
    
    LD:  Wow!  The program loads automatically!
    GM:  There's lots of other rad features in special series games!
    LD:  Like what?
    GM:  Like the special series programs stored in the games.
    
    *What's Special About Power Glove Gaming Series Games?*
    
         Special series games have special features that no other games
    have.  When  you use the Power Glove to play a special series game
    you'll really feel like you are part of the action.
    
    *Special Series Games Start-Up*
    
    1.  Put special series game into NES and press POWER.
    2.  Press START or SELECT on your glove.
    3.  Make a few fists and center as usual.
    4.  The glove beeps as the program to play your game automatically
    loads.
    5.  Start playing the game.
    
    NOTE:  when you play some special series games all the LED lights
    will turn on and flash very fast.  This is normal.  You can still play
    the game if this happens.
    
    *Power Glove Gaming Series Programs*
    
        Additional programs are stored inside some special series games,
    like BAD STREET BRAWLER.  You'll find the descriptions and moves for
    these programs on the following pages.
        Loading a Power Glove gaming series program is different  from
    loading other programs.  The steps below will tell you how it's done.
    
    *Loading Programs*
    
    1.  Put a special series game into the NES and press POWER.
    2.  Select special program option as prompted.
    3.  Select special series program as prompted.
    4.  Turn off NES.  You have 30 seconds to complete step 5.
    5.  Put game you want to play in the NES and turn it back on.
    6.  Make fists and center as usual, then press START, to start playing
    game.
    
    NOTE:  If you exceed the 30 second time limit, Program 1 will
    automatically replace the program you selected.  Check your moves
    before you get into your game.
    
    PROGRAM A
    Fast action pinball play!  Designed for pinball games.
    
    ACTION           RESULT
    index bent       right flipper (A-button)
    thumb bent       left flipper (Up-button)
    hand 6 o'clock   tilt (B-button)
    hand back        toggle from normal to:
                     thumb OR index pushes BOTH flippers
    
    PROGRAM B
    Made just for JOUST--Use your finger to flap your mount's wings!
    
    ACTION           RESULT
    hand right       figure right (pulsed, can be turned off)
    hand left        figure left (pulsed can be turned off)
    thumb bent       figure turns around
    index bent       figure flaps wings (goes up) (pulsed)
    middle bent      figure flaps wings (goes up) (pulsed)
    
    PROGRAM C
    The program to use for GYRUSS with continuous fire from start to
    finish.  Be sure to select Control B.
    
    ACTION             RESULT
    hand 3 o'clock     ship spins clockwise
    hand 10 o'clock    ship spins counter-clockwise
    index NOT bent     fires bullets
    hand pulled back   fires bomb
    
    PROGRAM D
    Your friends will be baffled when you use this program.  Everything's
    backwards and upsidedown!  If you move right your man moves left,
    etc....  Give it a try.  It works well with many games.
    
    ACTION           RESULT
    hand left        RIGHT button
    hand right       LEFT button
    hand up          DOWN button
    hand down        UP button
    thumb bent       A button
    index bent       B button
    
    PROGRAM E
    For DEFENDER II and other similar games.  Features a one-shot and a
    rapid-fire turn around.
    
    ACTION             RESULT
    hand up            ship up
    hand down          ship down
    hand left          ship left
    hand right         ship right
    thumb bent         ship shoots
    hand 6 o'clock     smart bomb
    ring finger bent   ship thrashes left and right
    
    PROGRAM F
    It's easy to play SESAME STREET 1 2 3.  Make a fist for NO.  Open hand
    and raise it for YES.
    
    ACTION              RESULT
    index bent (grab)   NO
    hand up, down,      YES
    left, or right
    
    PROGRAM G
    Custom made for GUN SMOKE with separate walking and shooting commands.
    
    ACTION                RESULT
    hand right            man moves right
    hand left             man moves left
    hand forward          man moves up the screen
    hand back             man moves down the screen
    index bent (grab)     man shoots
    hand 2 o'clock        man shoots right
    hand 12 o'clock       man shoots straight
    hand 10 o'clock       man shoots left
    thumb and ring bent   stops all action (used for menus)
    
    PROGRAM H
    When you are centered the glove beeps.  This program works with many
    games so you can learn how to keep your moves centered.
    
    ACTION           RESULT
    hand up          UP button
    hand down        DOWN button
    hand left        LEFT button
    hand right       RIGHT button
    thumb bent       A button (pulsed)
    index bent       B button (pulsed)
    
    PROGRAM I
    Turbo blasting driving excitement!  This driving game program works
    best with KNIGHT RIDER.  It's like Program 8, but has added firing
    features.
    
    ACTION            RESULT
    hand forward      turbo on
    index bent        throttle on
    hand down         brake on
    thumb bent        fire the guns
    hand 2 o'clock    car right
    hand 11 o'clock   car left
    
    BAD STREET BRAWLER
    The first Power Glove Gaming Series Game.  Practice your moves between
    each round to get ready to do battle the bad guys on Bad Street. [sic]
    
    ACTION               RESULT
    hand right           Duke right
    hand left            Duke left
    hand up              Duke jumps
    hand down            Duke squats
    thumb bent           B-gesture (pulsed) - e.g. punch
    middle bent (grab)   AB-gesture - e.g. grab
    hand 3 o'clock       A-gesture + turn right - e.g. kick right
    hand 11 o'clock      A-gesture + turn left - e.g. kick right
    hand forward         GLOVE ZAP (once) per round)
    
    
    INDEX OF GAMES
    --------------
    
    Games                                               Prog
    * ALPHA MISSION .....................................  5
    TM & (c) 1987 SNK Electronics Corp.
    
    ANTICIPATION ........................................ 14
    (c) 1988 Rare, Ltd.
    By Rare Coin-It Inc.
             
    BASEBALL ............................................  8
    TM & (c) 1988 Tecmo Ltd.
             
    Bases Loaded ........................................  8
    (c) Jaleco 1988
             
    Blades of Steel .....................................  1
    TM & (c) 1988 Konami Industry Co. Ltd.
    
    * BLASTER MASTER ....................................  1
    (c) 1988 SUNSOFT
    SUN CORPORATION OF AMERICA
    
    Bubble Bobble .......................................  1
    (c) 1988 Taito America Corp.
    
    CASTLEVANIA .........................................  1
    TM & (c) 1987 Konami Industry Co., Ltd.
    
    CASTLEVANIA II SIMON'S QUEST ........................  1
    TM & (c) 1988 Konami Industry Co., Ltd.
             
    Contra ..............................................  1
    TM & (c) 1988 Konami Industry Co., Ltd.
             
    DEADLY TOWERS .......................................  1
    By Broderbund Software, Inc.
    TM & (c) 1986 IREM Corp.
    Planning by Lenar
    
    DEFENDER II .........................................  E
    TM & (c) Williams Electronic Games, Inc.
    Licensed from Atari Corp. by Hal Laboratory
    (c) 1988 Hal America, Inc.
    
    DONKEY KONG CLASSICS ................................  1
    DONKEY KONG  DONKEY KONG JR.
    (c) 1981, 1982 Nintendo
    
    Double Dragon .......................................  6
    Tradewest
    (c) 1988 Technos Japan Corp.
             
    *+ Double Dribble ...................................  1
    (c) KONAMI 1987
    Konami Industry Co., Ltd.
    
    GAUNTLET ............................................  1
    (R) (c) 1985 Atari Games
    
    Gradius .............................................  1
    TM & (c) 1986 Konami Industry Co., Ltd.
    
    GUNSMOKE ............................................  G
    TM & (c) 1988 Capcom U.S.A., Inc.
    
    ULTRA GAMES  GYRUSS .................................  C
    TM & (c) 1988 Konami Industry Co., Ltd.
    
    + Ice Hockey ........................................  3
    (c) 1988 Nintendo
    
    IRON TANK ...........................................  4
    TM & (c) 1988 SNK Electronics Corp.
    
    JACKAL ..............................................  1
    (c) Konami 1988
    TM & (c) 1988 Konami Industry Co., Ltd.
    
    Joust ...............................................  B
    TM & (c) 1982 Williams Electronics Games, Inc.
    Sublicensed from Atari Corp. by Hal Laboratory
    (c) 1988 Hal America, Inc.
    
    KID ICARUS ..........................................  1
    (c) 1986 Nintendo
    
    KNIGHT RIDER ........................................  I
    Designed by Pack-In-Video Co., Ltd.
    Knight Rider is a TM of and licensed by
    Universal Studios, Inc.
    (c) 1982 Universal Studios
    Program (c) 1988 Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.
    Licensed and controlled for the U.S. & Canada by
    Acclaim Entertainment, Inc.
    
    KUNG-FU HEROES ......................................  1
    TM & (c) Culture Brain U.S.A. Inc.
    
    LIFEFORCE ...........................................  5
    TM & (c) 1988 Konami Industry Co., Ltd.
    
    ULTRA GAMES  METAL GEAR .............................  1
    TM & (c) 1988 Konami Industry Co., Ltd.
    Ultra Games is a registered trademark of
    Ultra Software Corporation.
    
    METROID .............................................  1
    (c) 1987 Nintendo
    
    MICKEY MOUSECAPADE ..................................  1
    (c) Walt Disney Company 1988
    (c) Hudson Soft 1988
    (c) Capcom U.S.A., Inc. 1988
             
    Operation Wolf ......................................  1
    (c) 1988 Taito America Corp.
             
    Platoon .............................................  1
    (c) 1988 Hemdale Film Corp.
    (c) 1987 Ocean Software Limited
    (c) 1988 SUNSOFT
    
    MIKE TYSON'S PUNCH-OUT!! ............................  7
    (c) 1987 Nintendo
    
    R.B.I. Baseball .....................................  8
    (c) 1987 Namco Ltd.
    TM & (c) 1987 Atari Games
    
    R.C. PRO-AM ......................................... 10
    (c) 1987 Rare, Ltd.
             
    RAD RACER ...........................................  9
    (c) 1987 Square Co., Ltd.
    
    *+ Racket Attack ....................................  1
    (c) Jaleco Ltd.
    TM & (c) 1988 Jaleco Ltd.
    
    Rampage .............................................  1
    (c) l988 Data East U.S.A., Inc.
    (c) 1888 Bally Midway Mfg. Co.
    
    Robo Warrior ........................................  1
    (c) Jaleco 1988
    TM & (c) 1988 Jaleco Ltd.
             
    RYGAR ...............................................  1
    TM & (c) l987 Tecmo, Ltd.
             
    SEICROSS ............................................  1
    (c) l986 Nihon Bussan Co., Ltd.
    (c) 1988 FCl/Ponycanion Inc.
    
    SESAME STREET 1 2 3 .................................  F
    Program Copyright 1988 Children's Television Workshop
    All Rights Reserved
    Grover and Ernie Copyright 1988, Muppets Inc.
    All Rights Reserved.  Published by Hi Tech Impressions.
    Produced by Rare.  Rare Coin-It.
             
    STARFORCE ..........................................  1
    TM & (c) l987 Tecmo, Ltd.
    
    SUPERMAN ...........................................  1
    TM & (c) DC Comics Inc. 1988
    Under License First Star Software Inc.
    
    SUPER MARIO BROS. .................................  12
    (c) 1985 Nintendo
    
    Top Gun ............................................  3
    (c) 1987 Paramount Pictures Corporation
    "Top Gun" logo is a trademark of Paramount Pictures
    Corp.  Konami Authorized user.  Underlying Source Code
    (c) 1987 Konami.
    
    Xenophobe  Sunsoft .................................  1
    (c) 1988 Sun Electronics Corp.
    (c) 1987 Bally Midway Mfg. Co.
    
    Xevious ............................................  5
    TM & (c) 1982 1988 Namco Ltd.
    Bandai Co. Ltd.
    
    ZELDA II THE ADVENTURE OF LINK .....................  1
    (c) 1987 Nintendo
    
    1943 ...............................................  5
    1988 (c) CAPCOM CO LTD.
         (c) Capcom U.S.A., Inc.
    
    BAD STREET BRAWLER
    Program Copyright (c) 1989 Beam Software
    All Rights Reserved.
    
    Letters refer to programs inside the
    BAD STREET BRAWLER game pack.
    
    * Pulse A OFF.
    + Pulse B OFF.
    
    
    PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
    ----------------------
    
    P:  When I move my hand and fingers nothing happens.
    S:  Make sure the T.V. sensors are facing forward and the Junction box
    is plugged into Port 1 of the NES.  Make sure your glove is plugged
    into the junction box and that the NES is turned on.  Press START or
    SELECT on your glove.  Press CENTER.  You can test your glove by
    pressing the A and B buttons on your glove while watching the LEDs on
    the T.V.
    
    P:  I have trouble moving my man up and down, left and right.
    S:  Remember to press CENTER and to watch the LEDs.  You have to learn
    to use the glove, it might take a little practice.  You might want to
    try glove Program 2, which emits a "beeping" sound when you are not in
    the center.
    
    P:  My A and B button LEDs keep lighting even when I don't want them
    to.
    S:  It is important to calibrate your glove by making a tight fist
    (including your thumb) a few times.  This lets your glove know how big
    your hand is.  Because the glove senses your finger's position, you
    have to keep your hand OPEN until you want to trigger one of your
    fingers.
    
    P:  When I move my hand far to the right or left, my man doesn't follow
    me.  Sometimes I seem to lose control.
    S:  For regular games, your glove does not change how the game is
    played.  Your glove ONLY works when it is IN the sensing zone and
    POINTING at the TV screen.  Check to see which way the sensors on the
    front of your glove are pointing.
    
    P:  I hit PROG by mistake.  How do I get started again?
    S:  Enter the Program number again and press ENTR twice in a row.
    
    P:  Some of my games have menus and selection screen which are hard to
    work with the glove.
    S:  CENTER your glove and don't move your fingers.  Now you can use
    the NES buttons on your glove to control the game.  You can always use
    these buttons when you need them during the game.  You can also call
    up Program 14 which turns off your glove except for the buttons.
    
    P:  I would like to use different motions with the game I am playing.
    S:  The glove comes with 14 different programs, each with different
    moves.  You can use the suggestions in the index or you can try
    different Programs out yourself.  You can use the ENTR key to switch
    what controls your A and B buttons and adjust the rapid fire controls.
    Special games like Bad Street Brawler have more programs on them.
    There will also be special "editing" codes published in magazines for
    more games.
    
    
    90 DAY LIMITED WARRANTY
    -----------------------
    
    Mattel Toys warrants to the original consumer purchaser of the Power
    Glove that the product will be free from defects in material or
    workmanship for 90 days from the date of purchase.
         WE CAN HELP!  Many problems can be resolved by discussing them
    with our trained personnel.  For expert help, call (513) 868-7482
    between 8:30 AM and 11:00 PM EST Monday through Friday and between
    8:30 AM and 8:00 PM Saturday and Sunday.
         If the problem cannot be resolved by telephone, you will be given
    a return authorization number to return the product, along with proof
    of date of purchase, postage prepaid, to I.V.S., 2350 Pleasant Ave.,
    Hamilton, OH 45015 for replacement (with a reconditioned model of
    equal quality) or repair at our option.  Be sure to include your name
    and return address.
         If you have had your Power Glove more than 90 days. include
    a check or money order for $15.00 payable to I.V.S.  This out of
    warranty service will be available for at least one year after the
    date of purchase.  The service charge is subject to change after
    1992.
         This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also
    have other rights which vary from state to state. This warranty does
    not cover damage resulting from accident, misuse or abuse. This
    warranty does not apply to Power Glove software which is covered by
    the standard Mattel Toys warranty.  *Valid only in the U.S.A.*
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------         
    Send only product and correspondence regarding warranty service to
    the address listed above. Send all other correspondence to Consumer
    Relations, 5150 Rosecrans Ave., Hawthorne, CA 90250.
    
    
    COMPLIANCE WITH FCC REGULATIONS
    -------------------------------
    
    This equipment generates and uses radio frequency energy and if not
    installed and used properly, that is, in strict compliance with the
    manufacturers' 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 Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are
    designed to provide reasonable protection against such interference in
    a residential installation.  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 the equipment off and on, the user
    is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
    following measures:
    -- Reorient the receiving antenna
    -- Relocate the computer with respect to the receiver
    -- Move the computer away from the receiver
    -- Plug the computer 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
    Commission helpful:
          How to Identify and Resolve Radio-TV Interference Problems. This
    booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office,
    Washington, D.C. 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
    
    
    
                                POWER GLOVE
    
                                   MATTEL
    
                                       
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       Mattel's service representatives will be able to assist you with
        Nintendo Game Pak code information during the following hours:
               8:30 am - 11:00 pm EST Monday through Friday or
                  8:30 am - 8:00 pm EST Saturday and Sunday
     The cost of the call will be $1.50 for the first minute and $.75 for
                           each additional minute.
                          TELEPHONE 1 (900) 820-8127
                ASK YOUR PARENTS' PERMISSION BEFORE YOU CALL.
      900 Number Game Code Service available at least through March 31,
                                    1991.
    
     Nintendo and Nintendo Entertainment System are registered trademarks
                         of Nintendo of America, Inc.
    (c) Mattel, Inc. 1989 Hawthorne, CA 90250 U.S.A. Printed in Hong Kong.
                             All Rights Reserved.
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