Sega Master System / Mark III / Game Gear
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BLADE Eagle 3-D™ is designed for use with the Sega 3-D Glasses™ and Sega Control Pad or Control Stick.
It's one of a new generation of games which give you SegaScope™ 3-D, the ultimate dimension in 3-D video game play. Follow these set up instructions, and watch the screen come alive!
The following instructions are for game set up.
IMPORTANT: Always make sure that the Power Base is turned OFF when inserting or removing your Sega Card/Cartridge™.
The date was 2888 A.D.. After centuries of interplanetary negotiations, the galaxy was finally at peace.
The last vote at the United Planetary Federation for peace was 1467 for a controlled peaceful coexistence and 1 world voting against. The exception was the planet Arvian. Warlike in nature, the Arvians had a nasty habit of invading other worlds.
To monitor the Arvians, a peacekeeping organization was formed. Called Border Line Arvian Detection and Enforcement, or BLADE for short, this squadron of specially designed fighter ships were organized to keep watch over the activities of the Arvians.
In a sudden brutal attack, the Arvians destroyed the body of the BLADE fleet and took over three worlds. You escaped... and now it's you against all of them!
Your job is to restore peace by destroying the rebellious robots and then defeating the boss Arvians on each of the three worlds. Only then will the galaxy return to its peaceful state.
You start BLADE Eagle with three fighter ships.
The game will end when you either lose all three ships or you successfully destroy all three end-of-the-world Arvian leaders.
NOTE: Additional BLADE Eagle ships cannot be gained by high point totals.
When the game starts, you will begin on the first round of the first world.
A ship will appear in the lower portion of the screen. This is your BLADE Eagle.
By pushing Button 1, the BLADE Eagle will change height.
The enemy will appear at both heights. In order for you to destroy them, both the ship and the enemy must be at the same altitude.
Every time you lose a ship the play screen will change to the score screen and the number of remaining BLADE Eagles will decrease by one.
The BLADE Eagle's quest for peace is going to be long and difficult. You will have to get through 9 rounds of battle on 3 different worlds. Besides countless defensive robots, each round is guarded by a mid-round and an end-of-round Arvian Defense Leader. Defeat each of these defense leaders and you will get a bonus power-up weapon.
Worlds: 1. Triton 2. Proxima 3. Mira
The battle begins before you even get to the first world. It's a trap and the robots are waiting for you! Watch out for enemy fire from the platform mounted guns.
More enemy robots here! Their pursuit of you is relentless and their shots are extremely accurate. Also watch out for the tall buildings on the planet.
This is the Arvian's underground stronghold. Fly low in the trenches if you dare, but watch out for the trench mounted guns. Make it to the end and be prepared to battle the Arvian World Commander.
When you destroy the Arvian Defense Leader in the middle of each round you will get a power-up weapon. If you shoot or touch these items when they appear, your BLADE Eagle's performance will automatically be increased.<div>
If you take the shadow, a second fighting plane with the same performance as BLADE Eagle will fly alongside. If your BLADE Eagle is shot, this shadow will take its place and will continue to fight. Up to 2 shadows can be added to your BLADE Eagle.
If you acquire this item, the speed of your BLADE Eagle will double.
By taking this part, your weapon's strength will increase. Besides your original cannon, there are other add-on weapons available:
These are the Arvian leaders which will appear during the rounds. By defeating them, different power-up parts will appear.
After you complete all three rounds on a world you will have to battle the Supreme Commander of that world. They are:
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