Sega 74065 User Manual

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Model 74065

For 1 player / Ages 8 and up

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

P/N 82386700 Rev.C

WARNING: EPILEPSY AND SEIZURES READ BEFORE OPERATING YOUR ARCADE LEGENDS SEGA GENESIS

A few people may experience epileptic seizures when viewing flashing lights or patterns in our daily environment. These persons may experience seizures while watching TV pictures or playing video games.

Players who have not had any seizures may nonetheless have an undetected epileptic condition.

Consult your physician before playing video games if you have an epileptic condition or experience any of the following symptoms while playing video games: altered vision, eye or muscle twitching, other involuntary movements, loss of awareness of your surroundings, mental confusion and/or convulsions.

BATTERY INSTALLATION

This game is powered by four (4) AA (LR6) batteries.

Using a screwdriver, loosen the screw until the battery compartment door can be removed.

Insert four (4) AA (LR6) batteries (we recommend alkaline) as indicated inside the battery compartment.

Replace the battery compartment door and tighten the screw with a screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.

ADULT SUPERVISION IS RECOMMENDED WHEN CHANGING BATTERIES.

TV CONNECTION

NOTE: To connect Sega Genesis directly to a TV, the TV must be equipped with audio and video input jacks. They are commonly found on the front of the TV near the contrast, color, and picture adjustment controls or on the rear of the TV near the antenna and cable/satellite jacks.

If your TV does not have audio and video input jacks, you may connect Sega Genesis through a VCR connected to your TV.

CONNECTING TO A VCR

To connect Sega Genesis to your VCR, insert the yellow video plug from the Main Unit into the video-in (Yellow) jack on your VCR, the white audio plug into the left audio-in (white) jack. Then set the VCR to the appropriate video input mode (see your VCR’s operating manual for details).

ADULT SUPERVISION IS RECOMMENDED WHEN CONNECTING CABLES TO A TV AND VCR.

BUTTONS AND FEATURES

Start

Power

 

Menu

Directional Pad

Button A, B, C

SEGA ARCADE LEGENDS

The Legend

Known as the Mega Drive in Japan and Europe, the Genesis was launched in 1989 as a follow-up to the Sega Master System. With over 600 titles by the end of its life cycle, Sega ruled the 16-bit generation by finally bringing the arcade experience home. The last Genesis system was built in 1997, but the games live on as true Arcade Legends.

Set Up

The Sega Arcade Legends contains 6 of the most popular games built-in, with no extra equipment needed.

SOME CONTENT IN THE GAME PLAYERS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ACCESS, FOR EXAMPLE THE TWO PLAYER MODE. THIS IS THE ORIGINAL GAME SOFTWARE AND HAS NOT BEEN ALTERED.

Games Included:

Sonic the Hedgehog

Altered Beast

Golden Axe

Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine

Flicky

Kid Chameleon

IMPORTANT! NOT ALL GAMES WILL WORK IN THE TWO PLAYER MODE. A MESSAGE WITH “TWO PLAYER” MODE WILL APPEAR ON THE STARTUP SCREEN BUT WILL ONLY RESPOND FOR THE “KID CHAMELEON” GAME. THIS IS A CARRY OVER FROM THE ORIGINAL GAME SOFTWARE.

To use:

1.Load battery compartment with four AA batteries. Alkaline batteries work best.

2.Plug the Arcade Legends into the AV jacks on TV matching the color of the jack to the cord.

3.Turn on the Arcade Legends by pressing the “Power Switch”

4.A menu screen should load. Highlight the game you wish to play and press “Start”

5.Follow the instructions of the individual games

SONIC THE HEDGEHOG

The Legend

In the battle for the 16-bit generation, Sega needed a character that could take on a certain Italian plumber that had reigned supreme during the previous generation. They found their mascot in a little blue speed machine named Sonic the Hedgehog. Release in 1991, Sonic the Hedgehog was the best selling game of the year and was the defining game on the Sega Genesis.

Dr. Robotnik (Known as Dr. Eggman in Japan, hence his rotund appearance), has been transforming all the cute, fuzzy animals into robots and it is up to Sonic the Hedgehog to free them. Running stage to stage, he must free the animals and stop Dr. Robotnik’s mad schemes.

Basic Controls

Directional Pad (D-Pad)

Left or Right – Move Sonic the Hedgehog left or right

Down – Duck; performs Sonic Spin Attack while moving

Button A, B, or C

• Jump while spinning (destroys enemies)

Rings

Along the way, Sonic will uncover secrets and surprises, as well as Rings, which keep him alive. As long as Sonic has at least one Ring, he will only lose his rings when hit. If Sonic has no rings, being hit will cause the player to lose a life.

Lampposts

Every Zone has Lampposts placed at specific points. By touching the Lamppost, your current score and time are recorded. If you die, you will continue your game at the lamppost instead of at the start of the level.

ALTERED BEAST

The Legend

Released in 1988 in the arcades, Altered Beast became the launch title for the Genesis. Packed with the system, Altered Beast was the best arcade to home translation to date and proved that the Genesis was a step above.

Based on Greek Myth, you are a fallen Centurion brought back to life by Zeus to rescue his daughter Athena from the underworld god, Neff. Taking on the forms of a Werewolf, Weredragon, Werebear, Weretiger, and Golden Werewolf, you fight the demons of the underworld till you must face and destroy Neff.

Basic Controls

Directional Pad (D-Pad)

Left or Right – Move Left or Right

Down – Kneel

Button A

• Kick

Button B

• Punch

Button C

• Jump

Combo Moves

D-pad Up + Button C: High jump

D-pad Down + Button B: Lie on you back and kick upwards

Note: When the Centurion transforms into beast mode, the controls change to fit the beast’s special attacks.

GOLDEN AXE

The Legend

Released in 1989, Golden Axe was one of the first games released for the Genesis and yet another example of it being able to bring the arcades home. In addition, the Genesis version went beyond the arcades, adding two more levels much to the delight of fans. Defining the side scrolling action genre for all the games that followed it, Golden Axe continues to be popular among gamers today.

The evil Death Adder has murdered your family and brought terror to the entire land. Choose between the Warrior, Dwarf, or Amazon, and fight hordes of enemies all the way to the final confrontation. Find magic pots and saddled creatures to help you in your quest. Using a mixture of magic and might, you must crush the Death Adder and bring peace to the land.

Basic Controls

Directional Pad (D-Pad)

• Left, Right, Up, or Down – Control your character

Button A

• Use Magic

Button B

• Attack

Button C

• Jump

Combo Moves

Button B + Button C – Special Attack

Button C then Button B – Downward Slash

Tap D-Pad twice in any direction to run

Run + Button B – Body Slam, Head Butt, Running Kick

Run + Button C – Long Jump

DR. ROBOTNIK’S MEAN BEAN MACHINE

The Legend

Released in 1993, Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine is a complex puzzle game that still exists today.

Match the color of the beans to form groups of four and make them disappear. Link larger groups and combinations for bonus points. The game ends when the screen is full of beans.

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