Sega Master System / Mark III / Game Gear
region:US scans:Astro Warrior - US - Manual
IMPORTANT: Always make sure the power base is turned OFF when inserting or removing your Sega Card/Cartridge.
An assortment of nasties called the Devil Star Imperial Forces are set to invade the galaxy. There’s only one hope — you, the ASTRO WARRIOR. You’ve got to lead the Allied Forces from the deck of your flagship Astro Raider on a daring mission. Breakthrough a triple zone defense, destroy the enemy, and ultimately take out the mother ship.
Remember, between you and “Mission Accomplished” there are some brutal creatures out there. On their ships, in the fortress, on the mother ship. So be careful, and good hunting!!!
It’s just you and them. But there’s help available. Capture the weapons supply ships and you increase your speed and power. As for them — they’ve got hi-performance space fighters, combat-proven pilots and the will to conquer the galaxy.
The following illustration shows you the control points of your SEGA SYSTEM™ control pad. Throughout this instruction book we will refer to these controls by the names indicated in this illustration.
Start Your Engines.
For one player, push CONTROL PAD 1 START button.
For two players, push CONTROL PAD 2 START button.
On The Offense. From the start the action is hot and heavy, so be ready. Enemy fighters will fly a variety of patterns. They must be eliminated. A huge fortress on a floating platform blocks your way, it must be destroyed.
You’ve got three chances to have your ship neutralized and still survive. After that it’s GAME OVER. So stay alert and stay alive.
If you’re going to win, you’ve got to increase your power by capturing the supply ships. Don’t just go after the fighters. You’ve got to destroy the fortress if you want a shot at the mother ship.
The SEGA CARD and the MEGA CARTRIDGE are intended exclusively for the SEGA SYSTEM.
— For Proper Usage —
Don’t bend, get wet, disfigure or subject to thinners, benzine and violent impact.
Don’t expose to direct sunlight or temperature source.
Be especially careful not to stick anything on the SEGA CARD.
When wet, completely dry before using.
When dirty, carefully wipe only with a soft cloth dipped in soapy water.
After use, put it in its CASE.
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This warranty does not apply if the defects have been caused by negligence, accident, unreasonable use, modification, tampering or any other causes not related to defective materials or workmanship.
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South San Francisco, CA 94080
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