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IBM-PC AND COMPATIBLES
Insert your DOS disk and wait until you see the a: prompt on your screen. The game will perform better if you reduce to a minimum the amount of unnecessary memory used, so remove any non-important software installed in your system. Now insert your copy of GAZZA 2 and type GAZZA2 followed by a carriage return. The software will ask you what type of graphics card you have. Once the game has loaded you may select joystick or keyboard control at any stage by hitting J for joystick or K for keyboard. Amstrad PC users may use the Amstrad joystick, but need to select the keyboard option. If you own a faster PC then at any stage you may use the = or - keys to speed up or down the game. Sound effects may be toggled on or off by pressing the S key. The game searches for an Ad Lib card and if present will play Ad-Lib sound. There is no special installation procedure required. To Install on hard disk, create a new directory by typing: MKDIR GAZZA. Copy all the files from the game disk into this new directory by typing: CD GAZZA and then COPY A:*.* The game can now be played by typing GAZZA2
GAZZA 2 will run on any Amiga. Turn on your computer and insert your copy of the game disk at the Workbench prompt (If you have an A 1000 you should insert your Kickstart disk first.) After a few moments the loading sequence will appear. If you wish to continue with the game before the loading music has completed, press the space bar or are button. To install the game on to hard disk you need to copy the file called GAZZA2 and all the files in the data directory onto your hard disk. You can do this from Workbench by dragging the GAZZA2 and data icons from the disk onto your hard disk icon. The game may now be run by double-clicking on the GAZZA2 icon or by typing GAZZA2 from a CLI.
If you are unsure of any terms, refer to your Amiga manual.
GAZZA 2 will run on any Atari ST or STE system with a minimum of 512k RAM and a colour monitor. The game requires a joystick inserted into port 1. If you wish to play from floppy drive A, put the game disk into drive A and switch on your ST. From foppy drive B, switch on your ST without a disk in drive A. When the desktop appears, double click on the drive B icon. Locate the file LOADER.PRG and double click on it (To avoid the loading sequence you may click on GAZZA2.TOS instead.) If you are working from a hard disk, create a folder on your hard disk (call it whatever you wish) and open a window containing this new folder. Put the master game disk in a disk drive and then drag the disk drive icon into this new folder. To load from hard disk, boot your ST and hard disk in the usual manner. Then open a window containing the folder where you placed the Amazing Spider-Man disk. Double click on LOADER.PRG (for the full game) or GAZZA2.TOS to bypass the loading sequence.)
GAZZA 2 on the C-64 and 128 can be controlled either with a joystick or from the keyboard. Place your disk Into your drive and type LOAD " * ",8,1. For cassette put game cassette into cassette unit and ensure that it is rewound. Now press SHIFT/RUNSTOP at the same time and press PLAY on your cassette unit. On both tape and disk versions you will be presented with an options screen.
To load the game ensure that the tape is rewound and then type LOAD "". After the game has loaded you will see the options screen. From disk, insert disk into disk drive and press ENTER, the will now load.
To load the game from tape, insert the tape into your tape drive and press CONTROL and ENTER at the same time. To load from disk insert the disk into the disk drive and type RUN "disc. After the game has loaded you will be presented with joystick or keyboard options before the game starts.
JOYSTICK CONTROLS - ALL VERSIONS
Pressing FIRE cycles between management screens for the two teams plus a combined statistics screen.
Player Information - In addition to the 6 attributes each player has a column for injury (I) and booking (B).
I Column: H = Hurt: minor stamina and running reductions.
I = Injured: major stamina and running reductions.
B Column: W = Player Warned
B = Player Booked
NB: If a player is sent off then he will be absent from the list.
Tactics/Subs Up/Down - moves the highlight bar.
Left/Right - changes the tactics if selected.
Substitutions are made by highlighting the desired sub, moving the joystick left, then repositioning the highlight over the player to be replaced and moving the joystick right.
Statistics screen Left Right - moves the highlight.
PLAYING GAZZA 2 - ST - AMIGA - PC
GAZZA 2 is a largely icon-driven football simulation that allows up to 16 players to manage, coach and play for different teams in a European Super-league of 4 divisions. These icons are largely self-explainitory but a full description of each one is given below (see Icon Description).
The first icon menu that appears contains four icons: Load Saved Game, Add Manager, Play Game and Exit. If the strategy elements are not required then the player(s) can simply play a 1 or 2 player game of fast arcade-quality football by clicking on the Play Game icon (see The Match). However, to fully appreciate the depth of the game, the player should attempt to manage and control his team as well.
Once the required number of managers has been entered using the Add Manager icon the main menu will appear.
This contains 8 icons and leads off to a number of sub-menus used to control the various features in the game.
* "Manager" - The manager's role is crucial if your team is to succeed. Whether you are buying and selling players or persuading the bank to lend you money, remember: results are everything!
* "Scout" - The scout gives you an eagle eye on other teams and players currently on the transfer market.
* "Coach" - Another vital component in your success. Not only can you train the players in basic strength and tactical power, but you can create tactics for specific situations (see Tactics Editor).
* "Play Game" - When you have finished planning your strategy, get your joystick out and go for it!
* "Advance 1 Week" - When all players have played thier matches, move a step closer to the end of the season.
* "Options" - Set up the match conditions the way you want them.
* "Disk" - Load and Save your game position or your tactics set-up.
* "Exit" - Restart game to reset players or play a simple match!
When the coach decides to create new tactics a menu appears that allows him to define what each one of your team is doing at any given situation. In every ninth of the pitch and for every set-piece (attack and defence) you can define someone to take a position, mark a specific opposition player or follow the ball. This is possibly the most complicated and innovative feature in GAZZA 2 and will provide hours of fascination as you strive for the 'perfect' tactics.
This is where the pace really hots up as the supremely fast arcade section transports you into the stadium. The pitch is laid out from left to right and control is indicated by an arrow above the player. This player may kick or tackle depending on whether he is in possession of the ball.
The strength of a kick is determined by the power bar at the bottom of the screen. This increases as the joystick button is held down but wraps around to zero if held too long. The direction of the kick is determined by the joystick layouts given.
If your controlled player does not have the ball, then pressing the fire button will attempt a sliding tackle. BE CAREFUL, tackling someone without the ball is liable to get you into trouble!
The goalie is automatically controlled by the computer!
* Remember that at half-time you change ends!
* Press "S" during a match to make a substitution!
Atari ST and Amiga Implementation - Chris Pink
C64 Implementation - Paul Clansey
Spectrum and Amstrad Implementation - John Pickford
Graphics - Simon Butler & Mark Jones Jnr.
Initial Game Design - Dave Colley
Production Manager - Rik Yapp
Music and Sound Effects - David Whittaker
Documentation Design and Typesetting - Antony J Bond
Special Thanks to Paul Gascoigne
Unauthorised publication, copying or distribution of the software and/or documentation throughout the World is prohibited. All Rights Reserved
(C) 1990 OXFORD DIGITAL ENTERPRISES
GAZZA 2 is Published by Empire Software
EMPIRE SOFTWARE - 4 THE STANNETTS - LAINDON NORTH TRADE CENTRE - BASILDON - ESSEX SS15 6DJ - ENGLAND
Transcriber's note: The following frazes in the above text are faithful representations of the original and do not represent errors in transcription:
"...press the space bar or are button."
"...the will now load."
"...the folder where you placed the Amazing Spider-Man disk."
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