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Bruce Lee Manual




An opulent, mysterious, and perilous fortress is the setting as Bruce Lee
seeks to claim infinite wealth and the secret of immortality from the
wizard who dwells within.

You begin your search for the wizard at the entrance to his fortress.
This chamber, and each chamber here, is sealed off from the other rooms.
The only way to get from one room to the adjoining room is to jump up and
take the lanterns which hang from the ceiling. When you get all the
lanterns (or at least certain lanterns) for that room, the door opens.
(Watch the edges of your screen so that you'll see when your exit is
possible.) Hint: You must get all of the lanterns in the first three
rooms in order to proceed. Then go to the middle room and look for the
opening through which you can exit.

Throughout your search for the wizard, you are attacked by the ninja
brandishing their BOKKEN sticks. Even more dangerous is the Yamo, who
runs after you and delivers crushing kicks. Duck and run away to foil
their attempts to harm you, then come back kicking and chopping - the
Yamo can survive only three blows and the ninja can survive only two.
Take as many lanterns and cover as much ground as you can before these
foes reappear.

To get around each room, you can climb vines (up, down, or sideways),
ride on waves of particles which change direction at random, leap from
ledge to ledge, and jump down from a ledge without injury.

Hazards and traps await you in rooms close to the wizard's chamber. You
must avoid electrical charges passing through gaps between ledges, PAN
lights streaming across the floor, and exploding T'SUNG-LIN (bushes)
appearing from nowhere.

When you finally reach the wizard, keep away from the fire balls
streaming from his eyes. Press the button which destroys the wizard - and
his fortunes are yours! Enjoy them, because your next foray into the
fortress will be more difficult!


* Apple II(R) series computer
* Apple compatible disk drive
* TV or video monitor
* Joystick


1. Turn off your computer. Connect a joystick.
2. Turn on the power to your TV or video monitor.
3. Insert the BRUCE LEE(TM) diskette with the label side up. Close the
disk drive door
4. Turn on the computer. The program will load and run automatically.
Leave the disk in the drive during game play.

NUMBER OF PLAYER is selected by pressing the 1 or 2 key.

In a ONE-PLAYER GAME, you are Bruce competing against the Yamo and ninja.
You can take five falls before the game is over.

In a TWO-PLAYER GAME, you and another person take turns being Bruce,
competing against the Yamo and ninja. As soon as you (Bruce) take a fall,
the other player takes a turn as Bruce. The computer keeps track of each
player's score.

BEGIN PLAY by pressing either joystick button.

PAUSE the game by pressing the SPACE BAR. To resume play, press a
joystick button or press the SPACE BAR again.


RUN left and right by moving the joystick left and right.

KICK by pressing the joystick button while you are running. You will
deliver a kick in that direction.

CHOP by pressing the joystick button while you are standing still. You
will execute a chop in the direction you are facing.

LEAP to get from one ledge to another by moving the joystick up and to
the left or right. You may find that Bruce will have to leap to avoid
hazards along some passageways.

JUMP to take a lantern or to grab on to a vine.

CLIMB up a vine by positioning yourself under it, moving the joystick up,
and holding it there until you reach the top. You can climb down the vine
by pulling the joystick down and across it by moving the joystick left or

DUCK to avoid a blow from the Yamo or ninja by pulling the joystick down.


At the top of the screen from left to right you will find: player "up",
that player's score, top score for this session of play, and the number
of falls in reserve before the game is over.


Lantern 125 Knocking out ninja 200
Chopping ninja or Yamo 100 Knocking out Yamo 450
Kicking ninja or Yamo 75 Destroying wizard 3000
Entering new room 2000 Landing on ninja or Yamo 50


Programming by Richard Mirsky
Concept by Ron J. Fortier and Kelly Day
Computer graphics by Kelly Day
Documentation by Ingrid Holcomb

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