Base Wars Instruction Manual (for NES)

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HOW TO PLAY NES-58-USA

CYBER STADIUM SERIES
BASE WARS


ULTRA
GAMES




Congratulations!
You're now the proud owner of Ultra's authentic version of Cyber
Stadium Series-Base Wars for the Nintendo Entertainment System(R).
We suggest that you read the following instructions thoroughly
before stepping up to the plate.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION 4
HOW TO BEGIN 6
OPEN MODE (SINGLE GAME SET-UP) 6
PENNANT MODE (PENNANT RACE SET-UP) 10
THE PARTS SHOP 13
CONTROLLING THE ACTION.
YOUR SHOPPING GUIDE TO DESTRUCTION 22
TAKING CARE OF YOUR GAME 24



NOW YOU'LL KNOW WHAT "SLUG FEST" REALLY MEANS.
At last it can be told. How, at the turn of the 24th Century
the game of baseball was changed forever. It happened in Cape
Codpiece, Florida during the annual winter meetings. On the
aluminum paneled walls of the posh hotel's Presidential Room
hung stirring portraits of baseball's all-time greats. Legends
like Cecil "Rooftop" Shingleton, Travis "Tee" O' Justice, and Tip
"Rude" Wayter. Around the huge conference table sat a group of
sour, seething executives collectively known as the baseball
team owners. The issue before them-astronomical player salaries.
(A Solar League official had just ordered one of the weakest
franchises to shell out $2.4 billion a year to Gomer "Go Homer"
Gomez, a lifetime .250 hitter.)
For hours the owners debated their options. Until suddenly
Irving Flopilidopolous, owner of the Boston Banshees, leaped from
his chair and slammed his fist on the table.
"Robots!" he exclaimed. The other owners looked blankly
at each other. Then smiles slowly crept across their faces as they
realized they had found the solution-replace the players with
mechanical men. No more salary demands. Better yet, no more salaries!
Just obedient automatons pre-programmed for action.
The now inspired owners worked feverishly that weekend
to refine their new sport which they christened Base Wars. The
public was quickly captivated by this bizarre combination of
baseball and gladiatorial combat played by an army of armor clad


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cybernetic swingers. They especially loved the one-on-one battle
royales for base possession, the loser of which is retired to the
scrap yard. It wasn't long before Base Wars became the new
intergalactic pastime.

YOU CALL THE SHOTS WITH THE CYBORGS OF SUMMER.
Now is your chance to participate in this sporting extravaganza. And
when you do, you'll have more hats to wear than a four-headed
haberdasher. Because in Base Wars you're the commissioner owner,
manager, player, even the trainer. You'll name the teams, pick the
robots, set the schedules and control all of the game action. And
with the prize money you get for wins (and losses!) you can purchase
power-up parts and weapons for the robots. So get ready to hit,
pitch, catch and coach your way to the World Domination Series.
And see why Base Wars gives new meaning to the phrase "slug fest".

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HOW TO BEGIN
It's Opening Day for the Cyber League, so press the Start Button to
get to the Mode Select screen. Do you want to hear great background
music? Press the Control Pad Down to move the cursor to the SOUND
Mode box, then press the Select Button to turn the music option on
or off. If you choose OFF, the music ends when game play begins.
If you have an ear for awesomeness, you can listen to all of the
BGM (background music) options (11), sound effects (28) and voice
effects (10) individually Press the A Button to get to the SOUND
CHECK Mode screen. Press the Control Pad Left or Right to select
a music option number. Then press the B Button to hear the tunes.
Move the red line cursor down using the Control Pad and repeat the
above steps to hear the sound effects and voice effects. When you
 
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