Keystone Kapers [Model AX-025]

The Atari 2600 Cart. by Activision, Inc.

Emulated in MAME !

DESCRIPTION

[CONSOLE] Atari 2600 Cart.

Keystone Kapers © 1983 Activision

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Model AX-025

SCORING

Points are earned each time a Krook is apprehended. The sooner you catch him, the more points you'll get. Krooks 1 through 8 are worth 100 times the amount left on Bonus Timer. Krooks 9 through 16 are worth 200 times the amount left on Bonus Timer. After your 16th arrest, each Krook will be worth 300 times the amount left on Bonus Timer. Also, every recovered moneybag and suitcase is worth 50 points.

TIPS AND TRICKS

TIPS FROM GARRY KITCHEN, DESIGNER OF KEYSTONE KAPERS.
Garry is a top-notch designer with a great variety of interests. Besides playing video games, Garry likes to read fiction and draw with pencil and charcoal. He's a natural at ping-pong, too, and loves to travel. We're glad he found his way to Activision.

"Hi gang. I'll begin by saying one thing: DON'T GET STUCK ON THE ROOF!! Because - surprise! - you can't get back down! To avoid this embarrassing predicament, stay behind the Krook and don't go to the roof until he's up there."

"As your score rises, the beachballs bounce higher. Forget about trying to jump over them. Instead, DUCK! Also, the biplanes and shopping carts start coming in waves, so learn their rhythms and do the 'Keystone Strut'. To the tune of the shopping carts it's, 'Jump... run two steps... Jump... run two steps.. etc.' To the biplane beat it's, 'Duck... run three steps... duck... run three steps...etc.' Learn to adjust to changing rhythms"

"And, to save yourself a few steps, have Kelly JUMP onto the escalators. He'll be halfway up already. Now, go out and get those guys! And, when you take a break, write to me. I want a FULL report!"

STAFF

Programmer: Garry Kitchen

SOURCES
Game's ROM.

Page last modified on July 07, 2014