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    FAQ by Code Master

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    			Version 1.0 By Code Master
    1) The most important skill to learn is how to use the map and the
    on-screen directional; arrow to find the enemy. Follow the enemy
    on the map and use shortcuts to cut them off.
    2) As you approach the enemy, the directional arrow will start flashing.
    Shoot your weapons to slow them down, even if they're still
    off screen.
    3) The fifth enemy in a sector is usually very quick; try to corner them
    and then blast away.
    4) Use the brake to keep the enemy in sight.
    There are two different game paths when you start to play. The Beach
    path is easier than the Buisness. However, you'll recieve
    more powerful weapons sooner on the Buisness path. Once a sector is
    open, you can start from that poin, but you'll still have to go
    through all the sectors you've opened before reaching an unopen sector.
    One advantage to this, however, is that you can start the
    game with a different car. Some cars are faster and more manuverable
    than others, so as the sectors open up you may want to
    experiment with other cars to find which one fits your style.
    Weapons aren't the only items you should be picking up or shooting for.
    Look out for those power-ups that'll keep you fast and alive:
    Silo: Look for ythe grey silos and shoot them to reveal weapons.
    Fuel: These give your car back some energy so you won't blow up.
    Turbo: Turbos give your car extra power and control to gain speed.
    You'll use these more than the rear weapons, so learn them well:
    Rockets: The simplest of the front weapons; about three direct hits will
    destroy a car.
    Double Rockets: Easier to aim than the single rockets because they are
    more forgiving.
    Spread Fire: My favorite weapon for high speed chases because you can
    concentrate more on driving than aiming. Kill away!
    Piercer: Save these for anything with armor, especially the final
    enemies in a sector.
    Seeker: Your basic homing weapon, but watch out because the seeker will
    seek out anything including innocents.
    Breaker: A hard weapon to find, but a joy to kill with. Sends a slew of
    bombs that clears a large path ahead of you.
    Use these to take care of the opposing cops that will be on your tail:
    Spread Mine: Drops three mines at a time. Go too slow as you release
    them and you'll mine yourself!
    Regular Mine: One mine comes out; not very good for anything. 
    Back Rocket: One shot that can surprise the heck out of a rival. Best
    when used in bursts.
    Side Rocket: Good when you approach an enemy too fast and pass them.
    Road Lube: The most Spy Hunter of all weapons, but not very useful
    except for laughs.
    Jato Unit: A turbo boost that can be used to catch up to the final
    sector enemies that are left.
    BEACH SECTOR: The Beach car is a manuverable dune buggy. Some enemies
    may be cornered on piers that lead to the water.
    There you'll also find power-up silos. The final enemy is a giant green
    tank that moves quickly. Many times, it'll be hanging out
    trapped by the railroad tracks, so see if you can corner it there. Most
    of the roads are two-way, so remember to drive on the left
    SUBURBS SECTOR: The burb's have the twistiest roads and the most
    obsticals. Hidden amongst the many houses are weapon
    silos. Just watch out for the missle turrets that protect them. The blue
    family-style car is fast and semi-manuverable. The large
    enemy is a large fire truck that is really fast. You have to drive
    perfectly to catch up to it. Once you've got it, use missles to kill it
    BUISNESS SECTOR: The best place to trap enemies is the sky highway that
    travels around the perimeter of the Buisness sector.
    Get on it and usually an enemy will appear ahead of you so that you can
    nail them. This is an especially useful technique for getting
    the final boss. The car is a police car that is very manuverable and
    fast. This is a pretty basic level.
    INDUSTRIAL SECTOR: This level is the second hardest next to the Casino
    level. You're driving around in a tow truck that isn't very
    manuverable and there are a lot of little poles and boxes in your way
    that can hang you up when you're right on somebody's tail. The
    final enemy is a jey plane that usually traps itself in the runway. It's
    very fast and hard to catch up with it. Cut it off at the pass.
    UPTOWN SECTOR: The high-class neiborhood has you crusin around in a
    Dusenburg. The second enemy is a tank that's fast and
    hard to blast; then you get to the final boss which is a real beast.
    Luckily he traps himself a lot of the time by the train tracks. Stay
    behind him to avoid weapons.
    MIDTOWN SECTOR: Drive around in the attack cap. This level takes its
    lumps from you with all it's missle silos. Stay out of their
    way. There are a lot of silos too, so it's your choice whether you want
    to keep stocking uo or take some licks from the missles. The
    last enemy is a cement truck that's easy to catch up to but has a lot of
    armor and a tight turning radius. Stay on him with guns.
    DOWNTOWN SECTOR: The coolest car in the game, this grey street warrior
    is really tight. It's hard to get to this level, but it's
    really easy to get the first four enemies. The final guy is another
    story. There's a ton of armor on this orange behemoth from the
    construction site. Try to stock up on the missles because the machine
    gun isn't going to take him down in the time alloted.
    CASINO SECTOR: The hardest level to conquer. The lasrge pink walls and
    colorful buildings block your path, so watch for the tight
    openings that you can sneak through to get the enemies. Your car is a
    fast red sportster that has a tight turning radius. Use this
    manuverability to your advantage. The final enemy is a large white tank
    that burns up the pavement. Use your speed to hunt him
    down and then keep on it.

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