Nintendo Star Fox 64 3D Star Fox 64 3D User Manual

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1 Important Information

Getting Started

2Controls

3Arwing Controls

4Controlling Other Vehicles

5Getting Started

6Saving and Erasing Data

7Game Modes

8Map Screen

9Mission View

10Main Game

11Flight Modes

12Items

13The Star Fox Team

Battle

14Download Play

15Battle Mode

16Battle View

Support Information

17 How to Contact Us

1 Important Information

Thank you for selecting STAR FOX

64™ 3D for Nintendo 3DS™.

This software is designed only for use with the European/Australian version of the Nintendo 3DS system.

Please read this manual carefully before using this software. If the software is to be used by young children, the manual should be read and explained to them by an adult.

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Health and Safety Information

IMPORTANT

Important information about your health and safety is available in the Health and Safety Information application on the HOME Menu.

To access this application, touch the icon on the HOME Menu, then

touch OPEN and read the contents of each section carefully. When you have finished, press to return to the HOME Menu.

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2 Controls

In-GameControls

These instructions refer primarily to the Type A control scheme.

Steer

Ascend/

Descend

Change point of view*

Somersault

U-turn*

Laser

Brake

Boost

Launch/

Detonate

smart bomb

Bank ship left

Bank ship right

Barrel roll

Receive incoming message

Display

pause menu

Display

HOME Menu

/(While

ascending)

/(While

ascending)

Double tap or

Touch the lower screen

* U-turnsand changing the point of view

are only possible in All-RangeMode (p.

11).

Gyro Controls

With the gyro controls, you can ascend, descend and steer by tilting the Nintendo 3DS. If the controls seem misaligned, return the unit to a neutral position, then press lightly.

Steering Ascend/

Descend

This software involves moving the Nintendo 3DS system around while you play. Ensure that you have adequate space around you and that you hold the system firmly in both hands while playing. Failing to do so could result in injury and/or damage to surrounding objects.

Other Controls

Menu

navigation

Confirm

Cancel/

Return

 

 

 

 

 

Confirm

Touch the lower

 

selection

screen

 

 

 

 

 

3 Arwing Controls

High-SpeedTurn

Press and hold / while turning to make a sharper turn.

Somersaults and U-turns

If you angle the craft upwards, you can perform a somersault by pressing boost, or a U-turnby pressing brake. Alternatively, just press to perform a somersault, or

to do a U-turn.

U-turnsare only possible inAll-RangeMode (p. 11).

Charge Shots and Homing Shots

Hold to charge up the laser. When the crosshairs change colour, quickly press again to release a powerful charge shot. If an enemy

target comes into range while charging, the crosshairs will follow it to indicate a lock on. Quickly press

or to release a charge shot or smart bomb that will home in on the enemy.

Barrel Roll

Double tap or to do a barrel roll, a manoeuvre that repels enemy fire.

4 Controlling Other Vehicles

These vehicles are only used on certain stages.

Landmaster Tank

The basic controls are the same as the

Arwing’s, but sliding up and down only moves the gun. Press

or to bank. Hold and together to hover.

The Landmaster can roll, but it cannot repel fire like the Arwing's roll. Also, hovering and banking will fill up the boost meter (p. 9).

Blue-MarineSubmersible

The basic controls are the same as the

Arwing’s. Press to fire a Torpedo. The Blue-Marinecannot fire charge shots.

5 Getting Started

Press on the title screen to display the main menu.

Current

time/

Battery

status

Main Game

Play through the single-playerstory mode (p. 10).

Battle

Up to four players can compete via Download Play (p. 14). Alternatively, select SINGLE PLAYER to play against the CPU.

Score Attack

Select a mission and aim for a high score.

Training

Learn to fly the Arwing, then test your skills in the trial run.

Options

Adjust the control settings, and erase save data (p. 6).

6 Saving and Erasing Data

Saving

Progress through the game will be saved automatically in a single file.

Do not turn the power off, reset the system or remove Game

Cards/SD Cards while saving. Make sure not to get dirt in the terminals. These actions could result in permanent data loss.

Do not use external accessories or software to modify your save data, as this can lead to an inability to progress or loss of save data. Any modification is permanent, so be careful.

Erasing Data

Erase data by selecting OPTIONS from the main menu (p. 5) and choosing ERASE ALL DATA.

Once it has been deleted, data cannot be restored, so please be careful.

7 Game Modes

After the control settings screen, there will be an opportunity to practise flying. After that, choose a play mode to start the game.

On the control settings screen, you can choose whether or not to invert the up/down controls for your craft.

Play Modes

 

This mode is

 

 

designed for

Nintendo 3DS

easy play. It is

Mode

possible to

 

continue in this

 

mode.

 

This mode

 

recreates the

Nintendo 64

challenge of

Mode

the

 

Nintendo 64

 

original.

 

This mode will

 

become

 

available after

Expert Mode

you've

 

completed

certain objectives.

Nintendo 64 and Expert mode cannot be played using the gyro controls (p. 2).

Resuming a Game

When returning to the main game, select SAVED GAME to resume from where you left off. Alternatively, select NEW GAME to start the game again (overwriting the existing save data), or GUEST GAME to start a new game as a guest (during which your progress will not be saved).

8 Map Screen

Your progress and current route are shown on the map screen before starting the next mission. Start a new mission by selecting NEW MISSION from the menu on the Touch Screen.

♦ While on the map screen you can also press or to rotate the map.

Press to check the current rankings.

Map and current route

The colour of the route indicates the difficulty level, with blue being the easiest, yellow being medium, and red being hard. The next mission is indicated by .

Mission results

Shows which team members