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Welcome Back, Banjo
Bulked up a bit, haven’t you? Especially around the midsection. It’s a
shame you’ve gotten so soft, because Gruntilda has returned, and she’s
up to no good ( just a guess). Unfortunately, Kazooie has grown soft
as well and has forgotten all her moves. But on the plus side, the Lord
of Games — or L.O.G., as he’s known to his friends (and everyone
else) — has equipped Kazooie for the challenges ahead with the most
sophisticated and powerful tool ever created: a wrench. This wrench can
be used to attack enemies, lift heavy objects, and activate various switches
found throughout the world.
Because L.O.G. is capricious, which is another way of saying ...
something, he has chosen to settle things with a series of races and
sports. Mumbo, now proprietor of Mumbo’s Motors, will provide you with
the facilities to construct your vehicles. May the best bear-and-breegull
or witch win!
Wren
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b
Mum
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ON FRONT
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GAME
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Cartoon Violence
Mild Lyrics
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Game Basics
In Banjo-Kazooie®: Nuts and Bolts, you can custom-build vehicles and
use them to compete in a variety of exciting games, all while exploring
several unique worlds. Alternatively, you can just sit on the couch looking
at the menu screen, but be warned: You may not win the game this way
(although we haven’t tested it, be our guest).
Components
with buttons
Game Ranking UI
Jiggies
You compete in games to win
Jiggies — jigsaw puzzle-shaped
tokens — which are used to
unlock later game worlds. The
more Jiggies you have, the more
games you can compete in.
Blueprints
You can save any vehicle you’re
working on at Mumbo’s Motors as
a blueprint. You can also purchase
blueprints from Humba Wumba
to gain access to custom predesigned vehicles.
Chair
Laser
Parts
All around Showdown Town
are Mumbo Crates. Bring
these to Mumbo’s Motors
and the parts inside become
available to use on your
vehicles. You can also buy
parts from Humba Wumba.
Wheel
2
Vehicle
status dials
Game World Map
Single Player Race UI –
still to be added in to the UI
3
Controller
Banjo On foot
+
lEFT tRIGGER
Start
hovER
Pause Menu
fLIP VEHICLE
Banjo in vehicle
Right tRIGGER
Carry Mumbo’s Wrench
accelerate
sTOP/rEVERSE
right bumper
Cycle Selection
(right)
lEFT bumper
quick part attach
Cycle Selection
(left)
Button
look behind
sUMMON vEHICLE
(HOLD)
lEFT stick
eNTER/eXIT
Button
move
push
Balance
Modify Vehicle
accessory 1
Steer
Button
Attack
Dive
D-Pad
Right stick
Enter Mumbo’s
Motors
(up+Hold)
bacK
Multiplayer
Rewind
accessory 2
Camera
Turn Vend
Camera Height (Press)
Camera Distance (Press)
BUTTON
Jump
climb
swim
accessory 3
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Showdown Town
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts takes place in Showdown Town and six
unique game worlds. Showdown Town acts as a hub to the other worlds.
Humba
Wumba’s Shop
Mumbo’s Motors
This is the garage where you build
vehicles using the parts you’ve
acquired, paint them, and test them.
Humba Wumba sells blueprints
and parts that you can use at
Mumbo’s Motors to assemble
powerful vehicles.
Jig-O-Vend
The Jiggies you win appear in the
Jig-O-Vends in Showdown Town.
Use the wrench to dispense your
Jiggies. The number in the Jig-OVend is the number of Jiggies you
have available to dispense.
Tourist
Information Kiosk
Bottles the mole runs this counter,
offering useful hints. Some are free,
but the juicier tidbits will cost you.
Jiggy Bank
Boggy’s Gym
After you’ve retrieved your Jiggies
from a Jig-O-Vend, carry them to
the Jiggy Bank, where they are held
for safekeeping. The number in the
Jiggy Bank is the number of Jiggies
you have in your account. You can
open any door that displays this
(or a lower) number.
For a small fee, you can work out
to increase your speed, strength,
and stamina. This makes you more
capable in portions of the game not
involving driving.
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Showdown Town continued ...
Police Station
Pikelet keeps the peace in Showdown
Town, and he’s a good cop, if you like
rampant corruption. Pikelet’s crack team of
incompetent fools patrol Showdown Town
ceaselessly, looking for troublemakers.
If they see you releasing Jiggies from a JigO-Vend, there will be trouble. Offer Pikelet
some musical notes, and he and his officers
will look the other way ... for a while.
Game Globes
and Plinths
Dispensed from L.O.G.’s tower, game globes
reveal the doors to new game worlds, which
can then be opened with Jiggies. Transport
a globe to a plinth to open doors into that
game world, but be careful—the globes may
break if dropped. If this happens, you can get
another one at L.O.G.’s factory.
LOCKUPS, Jinjos,
and Minjos
The SHOPPING
Trolley
These lockups contain falsely
imprisoned Jinjos. After you’ve talked
to Pikelet, you can free the Jinjos
from their lockups. Escort each Jinjo
to his house, which is the same color
as its owner.
The first vehicle you gain access to
is the shopping trolley , perfect for
cruising around between games and
collecting game globes.
The trolley’s speed, handling, and
other characteristics can be upgraded
with parts won by completing
particular games. These upgrades
allow you to access more hard-toreach parts of town.
There are also Minjos in Showdown
Town. Capture them and take them to
an empty lockup, and Pikelet will give
you a reward.
L.O.G.’s video
game factory
Warp pads
Visit L.O.G. at his factory to acquire
game globes and to receive useful tips.
You can’t miss it—it’s the big huge
place up high.
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Use warp pads to teleport between two
locations instantaneously. You can only
teleport to a warp pad you have already
activated by driving your trolley onto it.
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Building Vehicles
Showdown Town continued ...
Mumbo’s Motors is where you build your vehicles.
Musical Notes
Musical notes are the currency
in Showdown Town. Notes can be
exchanged for several things. You can
buy new parts and blueprints to create
and access more sophisticated vehicles,
work out at the gym to increase your
physical abilities, buy hints and safe
house codes, and bribe the police.
Vehicle Ratings
Vehicles are rated in six categories: Power, Fuel, Ammo, Weight, Parts,
and Strength. Each category is rated as High, Medium, or Low. A higher
score is generally better for Power, Fuel, Ammo, and Strength. For
Weight and Parts, lower is usually better.
Vehicle Database
SAFE HOUSES
Mumbo crates containing the best
parts are found in these rather
old-looking buildings. To open a
safe house, you must first buy the
combination from someone
willing to sell it.
WRENCH-IT BOLTS
Kazooie activates these mechanisms
with her wrench. There are WrenchIt Bolts that operate cranes in
the harbor, dispense game globes
at L.O.G.’s Videogame Factory,
open jails, and more. To activate a
Wrench-It Bolt,
hold X, then rotate k.
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All your vehicle blueprints are stored here. There are several options in
the Vehicle Database.
Load Loads a saved design, allowing you to modify the vehicle.
Save Saves your current design as a blueprint.
Delete Removes those designs that were, frankly, a bit rubbish.
New Takes you to the Workshop, where you can start a new design.
Guides Provides access to five useful tutorials to help you get started
building your vehicles.
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Paint Shop
As you’d expect, this is where you can customize your vehicles with
unique paint jobs. You should put on a smock before you get started.
Test Track
We tested the track, and it
passed. It is now ready to be
used to test your vehicles.
Test Track
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Game Worlds
To access a game world from Showdown Town, you must place a game
globe on the appropriate plinth. To enter a door, you must have the
number of Jiggies shown above it.
Jiggoceum
L.O.G. BOX
Nutty A cres
d
Banjolan
o
Terrarium
L.O.G. BOX 720
Jiggosseum
L.O.G. has created a
world that simulates
the
inside of a game
Banjoland
Nutty Acres
console, right down to
Given Banjo’s fame,
This lush tropical
the system crashes. As
it was inevitable a
island is home to a
the technicians try to
museum
would open to
thriving coconut farm, prevent a failure, Banjo
capitalize
on his name.
which Banjo can help
tries to assist them,
The
staff
tries very
make even more ...
and of course Grunty
hard
to
get
visitors ,
thrivey. The farm’s
does her best to foul
but
they
need
help.
success is due to its
things up.
Grunty is keen to see
exceptionally hard nuts,
this place fail, believing
which Grunty is eager
that with Banjo’s fame
to steal and use as
diminished, her own
weapons for her army.
will then grow.
This huge arena
combines the glory of
ancient Rome with the
excitement of modern
sports. Good luck
finding a decorator
who can pull that off!
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Spiral
Moun
f Terror
tain
Spiral
Mountain
Terrarium
of terror
The researchers
cataloguing the strange
wonders of this place
could really use Banjo’s
help. True to form,
Grunty would prefer to
destroy the place.
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Spiral Mountain is not
only the ultimate prize
for Banjo, should he
defeat Grunty; it’s also
the site of your final
and most challenging
competitions against the
old crone. Good luck!
Games
To defeat Grunty, you must compete in a variety of games set in the
different game worlds. Games are played using the vehicles you’ve built
at Mumbo’s garage or other premade contraptions. The victor is chosen
according to a novel formula: The one who doesn’t lose is the winner.
GAME HOSTS
Speak to the Game Host in the game
world to review the game’s objectives,
select a Game Style (see below),
choose a vehicle to drive in the game,
or access Mumbo’s Motors to create a
new vehicle.
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Games can be replayed as many times as you wish. This allows you to
improve your time or score and to try for better rewards. It’s also a
compelling reason never to go outside again.
When you are ready to compete, select
Start Challenge.
Jinjo Challenges
and Jinjo Bingo
Gam e Hos t
Game Styles
There are three styles of game.
Player’s Choice You can use any vehicle you own or use the game’s
default vehicle.
Limited There are restrictions on certain parts (for example, no
weapons allowed, or only light body parts). When you’re choosing a
vehicle for a Limited-style game, any of your vehicles that do not
satisfy the limitation will be identified.
L.O.G.’s Choice The game must be played using a specific premade
vehicle as specified by L.O.G. It is possible to obtain certain L.O.G.
vehicles by purchasing their blueprints from Humba Wumba, so you
can use them in other games.
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Rewards
Each game has three possible rewards.
Musical NoteS If you barely succeed, this is all you get.
Jiggy This is what you came for. The more Jiggies you get, the
more games you can play and the closer you are to defeating Grunty.
T.T. Token This is the reward for the truly elite. This token can be
redeemed for Jiggies.
Note that if you win the Jiggy, you get the musical note as well. If you
win the T.T. Token, you get all three rewards.
Each game world contains 12 Jinjos,
each of whom offers a special game
called a Jinjo Challenge. For each
Jinjo Challenge you win, you receive
a Jinjo Token. Take the token to King
Jingaling’s Bingo Palace and use it to
play Jinjo Bingo for big prizes!
B in g o !
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Multiplayer
Games continued ...
LEADERBOARDS
If you’re connected to Xbox LIVE , your best times and scores will be
uploaded to the Leaderboards automatically. To view the Leaderboards,
press > to access the Pause menu, select Game Information, and then
select View Leaderboards.
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REPLAYS
At the end of a game, you can save a replay of your performance, which
you can then share with your friends. When accessing the Leaderboards,
you can download replays saved by the top players in a given game. This
is a good way to pick up strategies to improve your score.
PHOTOS
You can take photos during single-player games or while watching
replays. Press > to access the Pause menu, select Photos and Replays,
and then select Take Photo. Use k and i to position the camera, and
then press A to take the picture.
To view your saved photos, select Photo Album on the Photos and Replays
tab of the Pause menu.
You can play Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts with (or against) friends. To
start a multiplayer game, select Multiplayer on the Main Menu.
There are two multiplayer modes: Contest and Co-op.
Contest
In Contest mode, up to eight players can play against each other, on
teams or in a free-for-all.
Match Choice
Choose Play a Single Private Game to select a race. Choose Play Multiple
Private Games to play a series of games.
Match Rules
You can configure the following:
CHOICE OF VEHICLES Choose whether to allow all vehicles or L.O.G.’s
vehicles only. Select I Don’t Mind if you have no preference.
PARTS TYPES ALLOWED Choose whether to allow or disable weapons,
propulsion, gadgets, wheels, and wings. For weapons and propulsion, you
can also choose ammo/fuel-free components only.
TEAM OR SOLO PLAY Solo play is a free-for-all with no teams. Team
play creates two teams which compete against each other. Select I Don’t
Mind if you don’t have a strong feeling either way.
When you have the match set up the way you want, select Start to launch!
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Multiplayer continued ...
Co-op
In Co-op mode, you team up with another player against computercontrolled opponents. To join a Co-op game as player 2, connect a
second Xbox 360 controller to your Xbox 360 console and press A on
the second controller.
PARTY screen
When you start any multiplayer game, you are taken to the Party screen.
Here you can see the names of the other players in your game. Press z
to access your Xbox LIVE Friends list so that you can invite Friends to
your game. To lock your party, allowing players to join by invitation only,
press X.
LOCK/UNLOCK BLUEPRINT
In both Contest and Co-op modes, you can select whether to unlock the
blueprint of your vehicle. If you unlock your blueprint, other players can
copy your blueprint to add to their Vehicle Database.
To lock or unlock your blueprint on the Party screen, press A. To copy
a blueprint, approach a vehicle and press B to take its picture.
Rewind
In Contest mode, you can rewind time to correct mistakes, such as falling
off a cliff or slamming into a tree. Press < to rewind time. This rewinds
time only for you and, while you are rewinding, you cannot collide with
other players. The < icon in the top right corner dynamically displays
how much time you can rewind.
Play anyone and everyone, anytime, anywhere on Xbox LIVE. Build your
profile (your gamer card). Chat with your Friends. Download content (TV
shows, trailers, HD movies, game demos, exclusive game content, and
Arcade games) at Xbox LIVE Marketplace. Send and receive voice and
video messages. Use LIVE with both Xbox 360 and Windows®. Play, chat,
and download on both your computer and your Xbox 360. LIVE gives you
ultimate access to the things you want and the people you know, on both
your computer and your TV. Get connected, and join the revolution!
Connecting
Before you can use Xbox LIVE, connect your Xbox 360 console to a
high-speed Internet connection and sign up to become an Xbox LIVE
member. For more information about connecting, and to determine
whether Xbox LIVE is available in your region, go to www.xbox.com/live.
Family Settings
These easy and flexible tools enable parents and caregivers to decide
which games young game players can access based on the content rating.
And now, LIVE Family Settings and Windows Vista Parental Controls
work better together. Parents can restrict access to mature-rated
content, approve with whom and how your family interacts online with the
LIVE service, and set time limits on how long they can play. For more
information, go to www.xbox.com/familysettings.
Note: You cannot rewind time in Co-op.
Oh, and welcome back to you too, Kazooie! Didn’t mean to snub you,
sorry.
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