Crash Dive [Model 11031]

The Atari 2600 Cartridge by Fox Video Games, Inc.


Emulated in MAME ! [Console] Atari 2600 Cartridge

Crash Dive © 1983 20th Century Fox.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to score as many points as possible by destroying enemy ships, helicopters, planes, giant sharks, sting rays, squids, angler fish and lobsters before running out of fuel or crashing the flying sub. You may also acquire points by picking up the treasures that lie on the bottom of the sea.


Model 11031


Plane - 300 Points.
Helicopter - 100 Points.
Bird - 0 Points.
Boat - 50 Points.
Sting Ray - 20 Points.
Shark - 100 Points.
Angler Fish - 200 Points.
Squid - 100 Points.
Lobster - 25 Points.
Sea Monster - 1 Points. (for stunning)
Mines - Indestructible

Sword - 200 Points.
Wine Bottle - 400 Points.
Sunken Boat - 500 Points.
Crown - 1000 Points.
Chalis [sic] - 2000 Points.
Pot of Gold - 3000 Points.
Key - 5000 Points.


So you'd like to search for sunken treasure with me. Well, it's going to take a keen eye, a good ear and quick reflexes to grab these treasures from the creatures of the deep. Before you hop aboard the Sea Hunter, let me give you a few navigational pointers.
Obstacles always travel in groups: one in the sky, one on the sea, two in the water and one on the sea floor. Always approach these groups from the sky.

During sky travel, you can hear the bird, helicopter and plane before you see them. (The refueling ship can be heard in any position.) If it's the bird, skip it. If it's the plane, boat or helicopter, disable it before traveling underwater. Then you'll be safe from missiles when you enter the sea.

The seventh group of obstacles is always the mine field. If you survive, there is always an opportunity to refuel before advancing for the next treasure.

Now that you have the knowledge of a fine sea captain, it will only take time and practice to become the finest sea hunter that ever lived. Good luck and happy treasure hunting.


Programmer: Bill Aspromonte

Game's ROM.

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