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GEX: ENTER THE GECKO




                             GEX: ENTER THE GECKO
                     Original Manual By: Crystal Dynamics
     Manual Rewritten By: Visage (visage@primenet.com) on March 4th, 1998

 This manual is meant for the USA (english) version of GEX: ENTER THE GECKO.
           This file is meant to be viewed with a fixed-width font.

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[ Front Cover ]--------------------------------------------------------------
 Picture of Gex dressed in a spy outfit, firing a beam from a remote control



[ Inside Cover ]-------------------------------------------------------------
WARNING: READ BEFORE USING YOUR PLAYSTATION(tm) GAME CONSOLE.
A very small percentage of individuals may experience epileptic seizures when
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including games played on the PlayStation(tm) game console, may induce an
epileptic seizure in these individuals.  Certain conditions may induce
previously undetected epileptic symptoms even in persons who have no history
of prior seizures of epilepsy.  If you, or anyone in your family, has an
epileptic condition, consult your physician prior to playing.  If you
experience any of the following symptoms while playing a video game -
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disorientation, any involuntary movement, or convulsions - IMMEDIATELY
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Do not connect your PlayStation(tm) game console to a projection TV without
first consulting the user manual for your projection TV, unless it is of the
LCD type.  Otherwise, it may permanently damage your TV screen.

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- This compact disc is intended for use only with the PlayStation(tm) game
  console.
- Do not bend it, crush it, or submerge it in liquids.
- Do not leave it in direct sunlight or near a radiator or other source of
  heat.
- Be sure to take an occasional rest break during extended play.
- Keep this compact disc clean.  Always hold the disc by the edges and keep
  it in its protective case when not in use.  Clean the disc with a lint-free
  soft, dry cloth, wiping in straight lines from center to outer edge.  Never
  use solvents or abrasive cleaners.



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                                  OPERATION:

                             GEX: ENTER THE GECKO

Setting Up ........................ 2   Screen Icons ..................... 13
Controls .......................... 3   Power-Ups ........................ 14
Camera Control .................... 4   Collectibles ..................... 15
Mission Briefing .................. 5   TV Remotes & Extra Rounds ........ 16
Start Game ........................ 8   Pause Screens .................... 17
Jeopardy! ........................ 10   Official Strategy Guide .......... 18
TV Rejects ....................... 11   Responsible Parties .............. 19
This Gecko Moves ................. 12

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                  Distributed by Midway Home Entertainment.
         GEX and the GEX character are trademarks of Crystal Dynamics
                (C) 1998 Crystal Dynamics, all rights reserved



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                                  Setting Up

PLAYSTATION GAME CONSOLE

1. Set up your PlayStation(tm) game console according to the instructions in
   the Instruction Manual.

2. Make sure the power is off before inserting or removing the CD.

3. Insert the GEX: ENTER THE GECKO CD and close the disc cover.

4. Insert game controllers and turn on the PlayStation(tm) game console.

5. Follow on-screen instructions to start a game.


MEMORY CARDS

You can save games at their current level of progress onto memory cards, and
resume play on previously saved games.  Insert one or two memory cards (sold
seperately) into the PlayStation game console before starting play.

Important: Do not remove a memory card while saving or loading games; doing
so could damage the game data.



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                                   Controls

L1: Rotate camera to the left           R1: Rotate camera to the right
L2: Duck*                               R2: Duck*

                     Control Pad: Run in any direction**

Select button: Not used in game         Start button: Pause

Triangle button: Camera zoom / hold & use directional buttons to look around.

Square button: Tailwhip / hold for Wall o' Flame or Ice Cube Maker after
eating corresponding fly.

Circle button: Eat bug

X button: Jump / double-tap & hold for tailbounce

* Run + hold L2 and R2 + X = Karate Kick / Long Jump

** For the Sony Dual Analog Controller, the left thumb pad can be used in
place of the Directional buttons when the red or green light is on.



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                                Camera Control

GEX: ENTER THE GECKO has three different camera settings.  An icon in the
bottom right corner of the screen shows the camera setting in use.  You can
change cameras at any time by pressing Start to pause the game and pressing
the Directional buttons LEFT/RIGHT.  During play, tap Triangle to move in or
out through three zoom settings.  Press and hold Triangle and use the
Directional buttons to look in all directions.

Semi-Auto Cam (default): This camera automatically moves behind GEX when he
stops moving.  In general, it's the best camera for beginners.  To override,
press L1 or R1 to rotate the camera left or right.

Auto Cam: This camera follows behind GEX, always pointing in the direction
that GEX is looking.  It is most effective in open spaces.  You cannot
manually override Auto-Cam (i.e., L1 and R1 are not activated).

Manual Cam: This setting gives you complete camera control.  By pressing L1
or R1, you can swing the camera's view in a full 360 degree rotation,
positioning it wherever you want.  Manual Cam is the favorite of experienced
players who want minimum computer assistance.  Try using it when lining up
technical jumps.

Note: Sometimes the game defaults to a fixed camera for a short period of
time to assist you through difficult areas.



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                               Mission Briefing

It was such an easy life.  Uneventful and fulfilling.  A far cry from the
Paparazzi frenzy of a few years ago.  Thinking back to those days brought a
dull ache to GEX's forehead.  Remembering the horrible press conference with
the President, the mobs of groupies, the TV interviews as well as those
compromising photos in the International Inquirer only made the pain worse.

Since GEX's retirement from the public eye in 1996, television held the only
enjoyment in this young gecko's existence.  GEX resigned himself to a life of
solitude, tucked away in the Maui hillside with his life partner, a big-
screen TV.  And what a partnership they had.  GEX was never bothered for an
autograph, never needed to cuddle, and could shut his new friend up with a
push of a remote control.  His TV was GEX's true soul mate.

For two years, GEX started his day sharing a cup of coffee with Kung-Fu
Theater, a donut with his favorite cartoons, and a bag of chips with His
Majesty's Secret Service.  Days, then weeks, blurred into one long television
marathon.  Never leaving the house without first checking with Dionne
Warwick's psychic friends, GEX found himself on the verge of insanity.



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                          Mission Briefing - Cont'd

And then things start getting interesting...

These two goons appear at his side, flash badges, and tell GEX that they
work for a secret government agency.  They need his assistance regarding an
old aquiantance.  GEX tells them that The Inquirer had it all wrong, that he
only met Farrah that one night, and wishes she would stop bothering him.
They tell him it's not about her, it's about Rez.

Ahh, Rez.  The old tin can has returned and he's after the world's TV
channels.  Again.  They want GEX to go back in and fix that.  GEX tells them
to find some other fool.  He's saved the universe once already.  Call in some
other sucker, he's missing Colt Seavers returns and he just loves Colt's
gullible sidekick.  But the skinny agent grabs him by the shoulders and then
asks really nicely if GEX will help them out.  GEX still says no.

The men tell him they understand, then smash him over the head with a blunt
object.  When GEX regains consciousness, he finds himself in an interrogation
style room, sitting on a chair under a single harsh light.  He asks them how
long he's been out.  They tell him ever since the crowbar impacted the side
of his skull.



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                          Mission Briefing - Cont'd

The fat agent asks him what he knows about Rez.  GEX tells them everything he
knows, and once again, the men insist he help them.  Suddenly the skinny guy
reaches under a table and opens up a briefcase full of cold, hard cash.  GEX
takes one look at the pile and replies, "Now WHAT was it you wanted me to
do?"

As GEX thumbs through the bills, the agents start taking his measurements.
The goons throw in a secret agent suit - GEX knows how the ladies love a
gecko in uniform.  The fat agent starts to talk...

GEX's mission is to save television and make Rez "disappear." Plain and
simple.  The agents give GEX a map and instructions to hide the body between
Jimmy Hoffa's and Spuds Mackenzie's.

GEX replays the mission in his head as he leaves the building to get into his
waiting limo.  As he nears the car, a beautiful female agent walks up to him,
introduces herself as Special Agent EXTRA and wishes him good luck in his
mission to rescue television.  She really loves television, she says with a
giggle.  As GEX steps into the limo, he smiles and says to himself, "All
right, Rez, it's tail time."



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                                  Start Game

1. The Main Menu appears at the start of a game.

2. Use the Directional buttons to highlight a selection, and press X to
   accept.

3. To return to the Main Menu during a game, press Start from the map screen,
   highlight QUIT and press X and then highlight OKAY and press X.

MAIN MENU OPTIONS

Start: Start a new game from the Media Dimension Map.

Load: View options for loading and deleting games from the memory card.  On
      the screen that appears, highlight MEMORY CARD, and press X to choose
      card 1 or card 2.  Hightlight a saved game, and press the indicated
      button to...

      X: Load the saved game and resume playing it.

      Square: Delete the saved game.

      Triangle: Exit to the main menu.



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                             Start Game - Cont'd

Options: View options for adjusting CONTROLLER and SPEAKER settings.  Press
         the indicated button to select...

         Square: Speakers: Adjust the volume of the game's SFX, MUSIC, and
         VOICE.  Press the Directional buttons LEFT/RIGHT to select a
         speaker, UP/DOWN to increase/decrease volume.  Press X to turn sound
         ON/OFF; Circle to change from stereo to mono; Triangle to exit.

         Circle: Controller: Remap the button controls for Jump, Tailwhip,
         and Eat Bug.  Press X to change the actions of the button controls;
         Triangle to exit.

Password: Use passwords to begin new games at later levels, skipping levels
          already completed.  On the password screen, tap the controller's
          action buttons to enter a password, and press X when the ACCEPT TV
          is highlighted.  If the password is invalid, recheck it, use the
          Directional buttons to move the flashing cursor to a specific
          field, and make the correction.  Choose ACCEPT and press X to
          re-enter the password.  Press Triangle to exit to the Main Menu
          when ACCEPT is highlighted.

Note: Passwords are earned by completing game levels.



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                                  Jeopardy!

Navigating the Media Dimension Map

1. Use the Directional buttons to move GEX to any TV on the map.

2. Jump onto the green button located in front of each TV and warp into the
   level.  GEX must collect enough red remotes to gain access to static-
   filled TVs.

3. Jump on floating platforms to fly to new map areas.


Level Mission Hints

1. When GEX enters a level, a list of missions appears.

2. Press the Directional buttons UP/DOWN to highlight a mission and press X.

3. A hint will be revealed on how to obtain that mission's Red Remote (see
   page 16).



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                                  TV Rejects

PRE-HISTORY CHANNEL
Go back to your distant roots when reptiles ruled the world and... yada, yada,
yada.  Hey, that guy could almost buy beer with my ID.

SCREAM TV
Who's ready to turn a headless 12-year-old knife-wielding brat into
bratwurst?  Hey, the little zombie has a discipline problem, OK?  Meet a guy
who lost his soul and other body parts.  Check out some artwork that's worth
dismembering.  You gonna choose what's behind Door #1, Door #2, or Door #200?

CIRCUIT CENTRAL
Pay homage to all those strange Sci-Fi shows that snatched control of your TV
set.  Grab a charge and hit the launchers.

ROCKET CHANNEL
There are billions and billions of ways to get the intergalactic shaft here.
GEXNIE needs air!

TOON TV
It's open season on rabbits but you're a lizard, right?  Beware of flowers
bearing mallets.  Drop into a hutch for a makeover.  Those ears are just you!

KUNG-FU THEATER
Grab some take-out and then turn some guy into Kung-Fu Chicken.  Pulling out
chest hair is no fair.

REZOPOLIS
Look out for Copafeelbots.  After you see what Rez has to offer, you'll run
to Rupert begging for shelter.



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                               This Gecko Moves

JUMP (Default X)
Use to reach high platforms.

TAILBOUNCE (Default X)
Tap the button twice and hold for AIR GEX.

TAILWHIP (Default Square)
Use to dismember enemies and destroy objects.  Some monsters love punishment;
they will hold out for several whacks before disintegrating.

EAT BUG (Default Circle)
Use tongue to grab flies into your mouth and down the hatch.

WALL CLIMBING
Jump while pressing the Directional buttons toward a wall or ceiling.  GEX
will stick with true gecko grit.

Note: GEX's suction-cup paws can only stick to certain surfaces.

KARATE KICK
Run, hold down L2 or R2, and when ready, press Jump to leap huge spans and
kick some hairy monster butt.

CHECKPOINTS
Although GEX loves reruns, replaying the same area over and over can be
frustrating.  To make your TV trippin' a little easier, in some of the larger
levels GEX will come across Checkpoint TVs containing checkered flags.  Run
past one of these TVs and hit it with a Tailwhip to "mark your spot" in the
level.  Then if GEX loses a life, you will restart the level from that spot
instead of from the beginning.



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                                 Screen Icons

LIVES
When GEX gains or loses a life, his number of Lives Remaining appears.  GEX
starts out with five lives.  Run out of Lives and your show is cancelled.

HIT PAWS
Hit Paws appear when GEX gains or loses a hit point.  GEX can have up to four
Hit Paws.

COLLECTIBLE COUNT
This number and a corresponding Collectible icon appear when you pick up that
type of Collectible, to show how many you have so far.  (For info on how
Collectibles add up and what they're for, see page 15.)



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                                  Power-Ups

Feed ME TV is on the air, and televisions are tuned in throughout the worlds.
Tailwhip any boob-tube to crack it open and release a delicious fly.  Snap up
the fly with tongue action to collect power-ups or extra powers (good for a
limited time only.)*

GREEN HEALTH FLY
Add a Hit Paw.  By eating Green Flies, GEX can gain up to a maximum of four
Hit Paws at one time.

BLUE ICE FLY
"Ice Cube Maker."  Freeze monsters by holding down Tailwhip and running
around them.  Release Tailwhip to cause the big chill.  GEX is invincible for
a limited period while chillin'.  Contact with fire melts the power
prematurely.

RED FIRE FLY
"Wall o' Flame."  Fry enemies by holding down Tailwhip and running around
them.  Release Tailwhip to deliver the damage.  GEX is invincible for a
limited period while buzzed on this power.  Contact with water douses the
effect early on.

PURPLE LIFE FLY
Gain one extra life.

*Bonus: Letting any fly circle GEX adds an extra Hit Paw.



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                                 Collectibles

Each GEX world has its own set of riveting TV collectibles.  These are
divided into three "tiers" per world.  You must collect a certain number of
items in each tier before you can advance to the next tier (and eventually
collect the silver remote).

                        COLLECTIBLES NEEDED TO ADVANCE
                              Tier 1          30
                              Tier 2          40
                              Tier 3          50

* On tiers 1 and 2, you receive an extra life when you complete the tier.

* On tier 3, when you collect 50 items, you receive a Silver Remote.  You
  also gain an extra life for every additional 50 items (over the first 50)
  you collect.

* A Collectible icon and the number you have so far appears at the top right
  of the screen when you acquire an item.



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                          TV Remotes & Extra Rounds

Win entry into extra rounds by collecting TV Remotes.

RED REMOTES (Open New Levels)
Red Remotes reveal new channels for GEX to explore in the Media Dimension.
Obtain Red Remotes by completing various missions in each world.  Collect all
the Red Remotes and be granted a surprise secret ending.

SILVER REMOTES (Open Bonus Levels)
Two Silver Remotes are stashed in each world.  One is hidden somewhere and
YOU have to find it.  The other Silver Remote is yours when you acquire the
Collectibles from all three tiers in that world (see page 15).  When you
collect three Silver Remotes, you gain entry to a Bonus Round.

GOLD REMOTES (Open Secret Levels)
Once in a Bonus Round, you have a set time limit to grab a random number of
items.  The Bonus Time Countdown and the Collectibles Countdown appear at the
bottom of the screen.  Make your quota in the allotted time and win a Gold
Remote.  Defeating a boss is another way to gain a Gold Remote plus access to
new areas.  Collect four Gold Remotes to gain access to a rare Secret Level.

Note: Press Select on the Media Dimension Map to see your current game stats.
Press the Directional buttons LEFT/RIGHT to scroll through each level's
stats.



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                                Pause Screens

IN-LEVEL PAUSE
1. During a game, press Start to pause.

2. On the Pause menu, press the Directional buttons UP/DOWN to highlight your
   selection, and press X.

   RESUME: Return to the game. (Pressing Start also unpauses the game.)

   QUIT: Exit the current level and return to the Media Dimension Map by
   choosing QUIT and selecting OKAY.

MEDIA DIMENSION MAP PAUSE
1. See In-level Pause above for instructions.

2. Press Select to bring up the following menu:

   SAVE GAME: Preserve your current game as a new saved game.

   RESUME PLAY: Resume the game you just exited, continuing on the map screen.
   (Pressing Start also unpauses the game.)

   SEE PASSWORD: Display the password for your current game.  Copy down the
   password and use it later to begin a game where you left off.



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                             Responsible Parties

DIRECTIOR                               ANIMATORS
Glen A. Schofield                       Eric Elliot
                                        Spencer Hale
PRODUCER                                Jim Houska
Jeffrey Zwelling
                                        STUNT PROGRAMMERS
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER                      Charles Martin
Jonathan Miller                         John Miller
                                        Jonah Stich
LEAD DESIGN
Evan Wells                              ADDITIONAL SUPPORT
                                        Dan Arey
LEAD PROGRAMMING                        Jeff Bloom
Adrian Longland                         Jeremy Bredow
Danny Chan                              Mark Miller
                                        Kenny Reeves
PROGRAMMERS                             Josh Rose
Meilin Wong                             Steve Ross
Robert Calfee                           Sheatiel Sarao
Evan Wells                              Sunspark
                                        Matthew Titlebaum
SENIOR DESIGNERS
Richard Lemarchand                      LEAD AUDIO/VIDEO
Jim Stiefelmaier                        Steve Papoutsis

DESIGNERS                               SOUND PROGRAMMING
Quinlan Richards                        Fred Mack
Bret Robbins
Dave Robinson                           SOUND & MUSIC
Bruce Straley                           Ted Allen
Samuel Villanueya                       Kurt Harland
                                        Jim Hedges
ARTISTS
Scott Anderson
Amy Bond
Bruce Straley
Chris Thompson



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                         Responsible Parties - Cont'd

PRODUCT MARKETING MANAGER               TESTERS
Chip Blundell                           Jeffrey Bloom
                                        Jeremy "J-Dogg" Bredow
MARKETING                               Christopher "Hippie" Bruno
Scott Steinberg (V.P.)                  James "Double O.G." Cabot
Brian Silva                             Rolef "Lee Majors" Conlan
Jim Curry                               Casey "Where is he?" Craig
Steve Groll                             Rick Cummings
                                        David "Orion" Dao
INTRO & OUTRO                           Damien "Aussie" Lacey
Keyframe Digital Productions            Doug "El Guapo" Leslie
                                        Todd "Pro Tip" Malone
ORIGINAL GEX CHARACTER                  Daniel "2 Cents" Miley
Lyle Hall                               Christopher "X-Ton" Pappalardo
                                        Matt "CMP" Prescott
VOICE OF GEX                            Alex Simonian
Dana Gould                              Tony "The Tiger" Townsend
                                        Matt "Muttnew" Young
VOICE OF GEX (U.K.)
Leslie Phillips                         MANUAL
                                        Hanshaw Ink & Image
VOICE OF REZ
Bruce Robertson                         SPECIAL THANKS
                                        Katie Bolich
BACKSTORY & SCRIPT                      Chuck Eyler
Rob Cohen                               Will Faust
Ken Daly                                Troy Gillette
Dana Gould                              Laura Grieve
Scott Steinberg                         Tate Mosesian
                                        Tim Roberts
TEST MANAGER                            Mike Slisko
Alex "UnaPooper" Ness

LEAD TESTER
Billy "Cooter" Mitchell



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