H O U S E   O F   T H E   D E A D   2
	                     version 1.0
                          January 2nd, 2000
                   h o u s e   o f   t h e   d e a d   2


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CONTENTS
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 i. Disclaimer   
 ii. Version Information  
 iii. Items Guide
 iv. Boss Guide
 v. Training Guide
 vi. Credits


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i. Disclaimer
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 ii. Version Information
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 1.0 - Creation of this FAQ. I plan on updating it when I discover more
       items or I find out the last two training missions.

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 iii. Items Guide
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 Items can be obtained by beating the Boss or Training missions, beating the 
game, and (the easiest) finding them in the game. There are a ton of them, and 
most of them are very great to use, like Infinite Credits, while others aren't, 
like Primitive Meat. You can only choose which ones to use in Original Mode, for 
in Arcade mode, they are instantaneously added to your game)

 Here is the list of each item and what they do. Beware! This list is 
unfinished.

 Machine Gun - The same as the normal gun, only goes extremely fast.
 Power Up 1.2 - Bullets are 20% stronger
 Power Up 1.5 - Bullets are 50% stronger
 Power Up 2.0 - Bullets are 100% stronger
 Chamber +2 - Adds two bullets to every round (before you have to reload again)
 Chamber +4 - Adds four bullets to every round (before you have to reload again) 
 Chamber +8 - Adds eight bullets to every round (before you have to reload 
again)
 Custom Air Gun - Has 12 bullets to a round, and I believe it is a little 
stronger than the normal gun
 Life +2 - Adds two life to every continue
 Life +5 - Adds five life to every continue
 Credit +2 - Adds two credits (Cannot be paired with another Credit upgrade)
 Credit +5 - Adds five credits (Cannot be paired with another Credit upgrade)
 Credit +10 - Adds ten credits (Cannot be paired with another Credit upgrade)
 Credit Infinite - Never run out of credits
 Primitive Meat - These make all humans (not zombies) Donkey Kong-like, with big 
hands and big feet
 Goldman Costume - Makes you look identical to Goldman, doesn't affect gameplay 
at all. (Cannot be obtained in the game, you must beat it)
 Civilian Costume - Makes you look identical to a civilian, Grandma, doesn't 
affect gameplay at all.
 Double Score - Gives you 100% more points for everything you do.

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 iv. Boss Guide
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 Level 1 - Judgement
 
 You must shoot the purple demon flying all over the screen. The big guy will 
take minimum 
 damage, but if you hit the little guy, he takes a lot of damage, and he backs 
up. Try to hit the 
 Demon before the big guy hits you.

 Level 2 - Hierophant

 This guy can appear in two places. If he is on the highway-type bridge, you 
have it easier. If 
 he is on the rockety bridge, watch out for when he dives into the water for the 
first time. You
 must hit this guy in the heart. He opens up his ribcage for some reason (To 
breathe?) and it 
 gives you an open shot. If he is in the highway-type bridge, then he won't dive 
into the water 
 to attack you with piranhas. If you are on the rockety bridge, he will.

 Level 3 - Tower
 
 This Hydra-type boss appears in two places also. There isn't much of a 
difference though. To 
 kill this guy, you have to shoot it's mouths. When they open them to attack 
you, go for the kill.
 Each of the four orange ones will die with 3-4 hits, but the blue one won't 
attack yet. When you
 kill the last orange one, the blue one falls, then escapes. Here is where it 
differs. One place
 will be water, and the other will be sand. I suggest you do this. Hit the left 
trigger button to 
 center your cursor. Then just blast away no matter what. If you are on the 
sand, there is a 
 possibility that he might hit you once, and that's it.

 Level 4 - Strength

 This chainsaw wielding boss isn't as tough as he wishes he was. Hit him in the 
head when he 
 isn't busy protecting himself with the chainsaw. If he tries to attack you, 
give him a headshot
 that he won't forget. This guy only appears in one place.

 Level 5 - Magician

 This guy is tough! You have to hit him in the pulsating areas. He will throw 
fireballs at you, 
 which you can deflect. The fact that he is tough is because he is extremely 
fast and he'll dodge 
 everything you throw at him! You also have to beat the first 2 bosses before 
this guy, and the 
 3rd boss after. They are the same as the first encounter, but the only 
difference in the third 
 boss, is that the blue one dies like the orange.

 Level 6 - Emperor

 The final battle. Hit this guy in the red spot on his chest. After you get him 
to about half 
 health, he will start recreating bosses. You only have to hit them once in the 
same fashion as 
 you did to kill them before. He will attack you with the Purple Demon, 
Hierophant, a snake, and 
 the chainsaw guy. When he turns invisible, just keep blasting away at him.

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 v. Training Guide
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 These all must be completed to get all of the power ups in the Original Mode.

 Save the Civilians - Must go through part of a level without killing a 
civilian. I don't see any change in difficulty. Maybe the enemies go faster?
 30 bullets, 2 lives - Must go through part of a level with only 30 bullets and 
2 lives. The enemies get tougher as you get a higher difficulty.
 Barrel Hunter - You have a certain amount of time to shoot the barrels. The 
barrels get stronger as you increase the difficulty. 
 Golden Frog - You have 1 shot to shoot a frog. The catch is, the frog is 
jumping, and your in a moving boat. You also have a time limit depending on the 
difficulty.
 1st Boss Kill - You have to defeat Kuarl, the first boss, without the little 
purple demon, before he attacks you. He gets a little faster as the difficulty 
increases.
 Running Enemies - You have to shoot all of the enemies that appear in the 
doorway. There are also civilians which you may not shoot. This one is very 
tough.
 The Distance Shooter - You have to shoot all of the zombies from a distance. 
The time limit declines as the difficulty gets higher.
 Driving Zombies - You have to eliminate all of the zombies clinging to the 
cars. Some cars swerve and some do 360s.
 (I am aware that there are two more Training Missions, if anyone would help me 
out and tell me them, I would be grateful)

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 vi. Credits
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