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Epilepsy Warning 

READ BEFORE USING 
YOUR SEGA VIDEO GAME SYSTEM 

A very small percentage of individuals may experience 
epileptic seizures when exposed to certain light patterns 
or flashing lights. Exposure to certain patterns or back¬ 
grounds on a television screen or while playing video 
games may induce an epileptic seizure in these individu¬ 
als. Certain conditions may induce undetected epileptic 
symptoms even m persons who have no history of prior 
seizures or epilepsy. If you, or anyone in your family, 
has an epileptic condition, consult your physician prior to 
playing. If yon experience any of the following symp¬ 
toms while playing a video game — dizziness, altered 
vision, eye or muscle twitches, loss of awareness, disori¬ 
entation, any in voluntary movement or convulsions — 
IMMEDIATELY discontinue use and consult your 
physician before resuming play. 


Starting Up 


1. Set up your Genesis™ and SEGA CD™ 
systems and plug in control pad 1. 

2. Turn on your TV or monitor, and then turn 
on the Genesis. 

3. Press Start or Button A, B or C when 
you see the SEGA CD logo to display 
the SEGA CD Control Panel. 

4. Press Start or Button A, B or C again 
to open the disc tray. 

5. Place COBRA COMMAND CD 1 into the 
disc tray, label side up. Press Button A, 

B or C to close the tray. 

6. Press Start to move the hand cursor on 
the Control Panel to the CD-ROM button. 

7. Press Button A, B or C to begin your 
COBRA COMMAND assignment. 

YOUR MISSION: WIPEOUT 
THE TERRORISTS! 

A terrorist group creates havoc worldwide. But 
now YOU have the power to stop their deadly 
schemes, thanks to the development of an 
awesome new helicopter, the LX-3FX. But the 
terrorists are fighting back — with lots of 
deadly weapons. You and the LX-3FX will be 
tested to the limit. 

Engage in gut-wrenching combat in locations 
like New York, the Grand Canyon and Rome. 
Your ultimate target is the terrorists’ main 
base, the Super Fortress, To ensure world 
peace, blast the terrorists once and for all! 


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Take Control! 


Directional Button 



Stan Button 

Button C 

Button B 

Burton A 


START: 

* Starts the game from the Start Menu 
screen. 

* Exits from the Start Menu screen to the 
Config Mode screen. 

* Exits from the Config Mode screen to the 
Start Menu screen. 

Note: There is no pause mode in this game. 

D-BUTTON: 

* Moves the Targeting Sight in the direction 
pressed. 

* UP makes the LX-3FX pull up. 

* DOWN makes the LX-3FX head down. 

* RIGHT/LEFT makes the LX-3FX fly right/ 
left. 


D-BUTTON (continued): 

* UP or DOWN highlights selections in the 
Config Mode and Start Menu screens. 

* R1GFIT or LEFT changes options in the 
Config Mode screen. 

BUTTON A, B, or C: 

* Fires missiles or Vulcan cannons. 

Note: You can switch the actions of Buttons 
A, B and C on the Config Mode screen. See 
page 5. 

BLAST THE SUPER FORTRESS 



Pilot the LX-3FX to seek and destroy the 
enemy. Use the Targeting Sight to quickly 
take aim and fire, fending off the enemy’s 
steady barrage. 

Listen closely for spoken and visual flight 
instructions. (In advanced mode, you must 
pay particularly close attention to verbal 
commands!) Follow orders as though your life 




















The Config Mode Screen 


depends on it — because it does. Attacking or 
dodging enemy fire too iate, or colliding with 
objects, will make you lose a life. 

The enemy is tough. It takes speed and 
precision to defeat him. But you must show no 
mercy if you’re to succeed and wipe out the 
Super Fortress. 


Getting Started 



Following the Wolf Team and COBRA COM¬ 
MAND logos, you will see an introduction 
followed by a brief demonstration. Press 
Start to bring up the Title screen. 

Press Start again to bring up the Start Menu 
Screen. Game Start starts the game. Con¬ 
tinue shows the number of times you can 
continue the game. You have two chances to 
continue. Config Mode lets you modify the 
game. 

Press the D-Button UP or DOWN to move 
the helicopter marker to the command you 
want, then press Start. 


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Press the D-Button UP or DOWN to place 
the helicopter marker next to the selection you 
want. Then press the D-Button RIGHT or 
LEFT to change options within the selection. 
You can set the following: 

Players: Choose from one to five players per 
game. 

Difficulty: Choose between a normal and a 
hard game. In a hard game, there are no 
Target Indicators or directional arrows on the 
helicopter’s control pane! to guide you. 

Speed: Choose between eight speeds for 
how fast the Targeting Sight moves; Level 1 is 
the slowest and Level 8 is the fastest. 

Control: Press the D-Button RIGHT or 

LEFT to assign different arrangements to 
Buttons A, B, and C. If you don’t change the 
settings, the buttons will be: A—Fire Missile, 

B—Fire Missile, and C—Fire Vulcan cannon. 

Exit: When you’re satisfied with the settings, 
move the marker to “Exit" and press Start. 

The Start Menu comes up next. 


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Cockpit Controls 


To begin game play, move the marker to 
START GAME on the Start Menu screen and 
press Start. 



Targeting 

Sight 


Lock On 


Lives Left 


Target 

Indicator 


Lock On: Appears when the enemy has 
locked onto you as a target. 

Message: Your flight instructions appear 
here, 


Lives Left: Shows the number of lives re¬ 
maining in the game. You gain an extra life for 
every 50,000 points scored. 

Target Indicator: Shows which enemies you 
should attack. When this appears, lock on and 
fire within the brackets, as close to the center 
as possible. 

Targeting Sight: Shows your weapon's aim. 
D-Button UP, DOWN, RIGHT, and LEFT 
moves the sight. You fire either missiles or 
Vulcan cannons. 


High Score: Shows the highest score 
achieved during this game. 

Status: Arrows appear here to indicate 
which direction you should go next. Press 
the D-Button in the direction the arrow 
points. 

Score: Your score is determined by the 
number of enemies you destroy. 

Mission Log 
Levei 1: New York 



Okay, Captain, let's knock 'em out of New 
York. The key to your success is to carefully 
follow your flight instructions. Fee! the power 
of the LX-3FX as you battle among the sky- 
scrapers. 


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Level 2: Grand Canyon 



Enemy choppers are relatively easy to blast 
here. Watch for installations on the precipices. 
Hit your enemies squarely in the middle of the 
Target Indicator, or they may do you in! 


Level 3: Ocean 



First confirm the presence of an enemy fleet, 
then attack. Patience is as important as accu¬ 
racy, A few well-placed missiles can open up 
a path in front of you. The combat machines 
are fast so use caution. Your main target: the 
enemy’s large aircraft carrier. 


Level 4: Easter Island 



Here you'll confirm the presence of an enemy 
base and go after it with all you've got. Stay 
clear of the cliffs and keep a light touch on the 
controls. Hit the tanks that emerge from the 
shadows of the statues before they can set 
their sights on you. 

Level 5: Small Enemy Fortress 



You pass through a mountain range during 
the first half of this stage. Watch for attackers 
that suddenly drop out of the clouds. The 
enemy awaits—this is no time for napping! 


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Level 6: Rome 



Here you battle an enemy air squadron. Your 
opponents are fairly tough, so maintain tight 
control, There are many enemy helicopters, 
and they’ll attack at high speed. Be careful! 

Level 7: Desert 

Enemy movements are now quicker and more 
violent. It's time for some serious fighting. Be 
especially alert in the desert oil fields, where 
the enemy awaits. 

Level 8: Jungle 

Spotting the enemies hidden in the jungle is 
difficult, but you can clear the round by using 
your guns and tons of technique. 

Level 9: Cavern 

This battle takes place in a cave! To avoid 
hitting the waiis, follow directional indicators 
precisely. Keep an eye on enemy choppers or 
you won’t return from this mission! 

Stage 10: Main Enemy Fortress 

Say your prayers! 






















Forceful Sound: Binaural Recording 

Btnaura! means “both ears/ 1 The binaural record¬ 
ing method uses two nondirectional microphones 
on a dummy human head, with the mikes placed 
in the location of the ears. The resulting effect is 
faithful to the human sense of hearing. Binaurally 
recorded sound adds life to the quality of the 
recording, because it heightens the listeners 
sensation of the sound’s direction and distance. 

Because of Cobra Command's binaural record¬ 
ing, you can enjoy extra power in the sound. You 
feel a sense of openness and movement, and the 
sound will wrap around you until you get the sense 
of being “on location.” 

For this reason, we recommend that you use 
headphones during play to enjoy the full effect of 
the game. 

Handling Your Compact Discs 

* The SEGA CD Compact Discs are intended 
for use exclusively on the SEGA CD, 

- Always use the button controls to open and 
close the disc tray on the SEGA CD. Attempt¬ 
ing to operate the tray manually may cause it 
to malfunction. 

- Avoid bending the Compact Discs or touching, 
smudging or scratching their surfaces. 

* Do not leave the Compact Discs in direct 

sunlight or near a radiator or other source of j 

heat. 

* Always store the Compact Discs in their 
protective case. 

Warning to Owners of Projection TVs 

Still pictures or images may cause permanent 
picture-tube damage or mark the phosphor of the 
CRT. Avoid repeated or extended use of video 
games on large-screen projection televisions. 


Limited Warranty 

Sega of America, Inc., warrants to the original con sumer purchaser 
that the SEGA CD Compact Discs shall be free from delects in 
material and workmanship for a period of 90 days from the date 
of purchase, if a defect covered by this limited warranty occurs 
during this 90-day warranty period, Sega will repair or replace 
the defective compact discs at its option, free of charge. This 
limited warranty does not apply if the defects have been caused 
by negligence, accident, unreasonable use, modification, tam¬ 
pering or any other causes not related to defective materials 
or workmanship. To receive warranty service, call the Sega 
Consumer Service Department at this number: 

1-80Q-USA-SEGA, 

DO NOT RETURN YOUR SEGA CD COMPACT DISCS TO 
YOUR RETAIL SELLER, Return the Compact Discs to Sega 
Consumer Service. Please call first for further information. If the 
Sega technician is unable to solve the problem by phone, he will 
provide you with instructions on returning your detective Compact 
Discs to us. The cost of returning the Compact Discs to Sega's 
Service Center shall be paid by the purchaser. 

Repairs after Expiration of Warranty 

if your SEGA CD Compact Discs require repairs after termination 
of the 90-day limited warranty period, you may contact the Sega 
Consumer Service Department at the number listed above. If the 
technician is unable to solve the problem by phone, he will advise 
you of the estimated cost of repair. If you elect to have the repair 
done, you will need to return the defective merchandise, freight 
prepaid and insured against loss or damage, to Sega’s Service 
Center with an enclosed check or money order payable to Sega 
of America, Inc,, for the amount of the cost estimate provided to 
you by the technician. If, after inspection, it is determined that 
your Compact Discs cannot be repaired, they will be returned to 
you and your payment will be refunded. 

Limitations on Warranty 

Any applicable implied warranties, including warranties of mer¬ 
chantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are hereby 
limited to 90 days trom the date of purchase and are subject to 
the conditions set forth herein. In no event shall Sega of America, 
lnc. T be liable for consequential or incidental damages resulting 
from the breach of any express or implied warranties. 

The provisions of this limited warranty are valid in the United 
States only. Some statesdo notallow limitationson how long 
an implied warranty lasts, or exclusion of consequential or 
incidental damages, so the above limitation or exclusion 
may not apply to you. This warranty provides you with 
specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary 
from state to state. 










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