Full Contact - Manual
As a boy you were happy, your world was peaceful and life was good. Then the
Triad came, a ruthless gang who brought chaos. You escape the slaughter but
witness the scene as your family one by one, are put to the sword. You swear
to one day avenge them.
Found wandering through the country, you are taken in by a kindly order of
monks. They teach the ways of old, the ways of the land and the ways of the
wise. They teach you the real art of self-defence, you are told never to make
full contact but you wish you could.
All that stands before you is the might of the Triad gang, each elite member
proving increasingly difficult, each armed with deadly skills or weapons and
each one giving no mercy.
But as time passes you find it increasingly difficult to live with the
terrible truth, slowly and surely you realise that the time has come to
avenge your family, the time has come to bring about justice and the time has
come to make Full Contact.
As well as a single player arcade mode where you take on the Triad members,
Full Contact offers the chance to spar with a friend or compete with up to 15
friends in a tournament. These options are selected by going to the options
screen on the main menu.
From here you can select game mode (one player, two player or tournament)
and change the initials of competing players. In the case of tournament mode,
click on the number of competing players by using the joystick. To change
initials simply click on the initials you wish to change and use left/right
and fire on the joystick to alter the characters.
PLAYING THE GAME...
Just click on start game to commence play. If playing with a friend you will
need to unplug the mouse and insert another joystick into game port 1. ESC
quits to the main menu whilst in the game. Full Contact features a
demo/attracts mode if left alone.
CONTROLLING YOUR FIGHTER...JOYSTICK CONTROLS:
Without button pressed..
B A C A. Jump Up B. Jump Left
C. Jump Right D. Walk Left
D O E E. Walk Right G. Crouch Down
. G .
With button pressed..
B A C A. Head Kick B. Body Blow
C. Knee Blow D. Body Kick
D O E E. Head Punch F. Roundhouse
G. Leg Kick H. Roundhouse
F G H
There are two bonus levels that appear in the single player game when you
beat certain opponents. Instructions to these are given prior to playing them
in the form of a scrolling message. All that remains are our good luck wishes
(you will certainly need them) and Team 17 hope that you enjoy this.
Typed by Flux/Crystal on 13 June 1991 at 14:19:46