Nintendo Splatoon mit Amiibo, Splatoon User manual

Nintendo Splatoon mit Amiibo, Splatoon User manual
Splatoon
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Important Information
Setup
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Controllers
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Surround Sound
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About amiibo
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Online Features
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Parental Controls
Getting Started
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About the Game
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Saving and Deleting Data
Controls
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Basic Controls
Controls for Online Battles
Inkopolis Plaza
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The Plaza Menu
WUP-P-AGMP-01
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Map
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Equipment Screens
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Shops
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Sub Weapons and Special Weapons
Online Features
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Online Battles
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Miiverse
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News/Event Data
Offline Modes
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Hero Mode (Single Player)
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1 vs 1 Local Battles (2 Player)
amiibo
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amiibo Features
Product Information
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Copyright Information
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Support Information
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Important Information
Please read this manual carefully before using this
software. If the software is to be used by young
children, the manual should be read and
explained to them by an adult.
Health and Safety
Before use, please read the contents of the
Health and Safety Information application on
the Wii U™ Menu. It contains important information
that will help you enjoy this software.
◆ This game may contain product placement and
advertising.
Language Selection
The in-game language depends on the one that
is set on the console. This title supports five
different languages: English, German, French,
Spanish and Italian.
If your Wii U console language is set to one of
these, the same language will be displayed in
the game.
If your Wii U console is set to another
language, the in-game default language will be
English. You can change the console language
in
System Settings.
Age Rating Information
For age rating information for this and other
software, please consult the relevant website for
the age rating system in your region.
PEGI (Europe):
www.pegi.info
USK (Germany):
www.usk.de
Classification Operations Branch (Australia):
www.classification.gov.au
OFLC (New Zealand):
www.classificationoffice.govt.nz
Russia:
minsvyaz.ru/ru/doc/index.php?id_4=883
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Controllers
The following controller can be paired with the
console and used with this software.
Wii U
GamePad
To play 1 vs 1 Local Battles 20 , you will need
one of the following controllers in addition to the
Wii U GamePad:
Wii Remote™
+ Classic
Controller Pro
Wii U Pro
Controller
♦ Only one Wii U GamePad can be used with this
software at a time.
♦ A Wii Remote Plus can be used instead of a Wii
Remote.
♦ A Classic Controller can be used instead of a Classic
Controller Pro.
Pairing Controllers
Open the HOME Menu
and select "Controller
Settings" ⇒ "Pair".
Foll ow the on-screen
instructions to pair your
controller.
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Surround Sound
This software supports Linear PCM surround
sound.
To enable surround sound output, select the TV
option in the
System Settings application, then
set the TV Sound Output Type to Surround.
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About amiibo
This software supports
. You can use
compatible amiibo™ accessories by touching them
to the NFC touchpoint () on the Wii U GamePad.
Your amiibo aren't just for show. You can use NFC
(near-field communication) to connect them to
compatible software and play with them in the
game. For more information, visit:
http://amiibo.nintendo.eu/
♦ An amiibo can be read by multiple compatible
software titles.
♦ If the data on your amiibo becomes corrupted and
cannot be restored, go to Wii U Menu ⇒
System
Settings ⇒ amiibo Settings and reset the data.
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Online Features
Connect to the internet to enjoy these features:
・Online Battles
・Miiverse™
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・Receiving News/Event data
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♦ For information about connecting your Wii U console
to the internet, refer to the Wii U Quick Start Guide.
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Parental Controls
Parents and guardians can restrict certain features
of the Wii U console through
Parental Controls
on the Wii U Menu.
The following features can be restricted:
Name
Description
Online
Interaction
in Games
Restricts communication features,
such as online battles, posting to
Miiverse and viewing Miiverse posts
from within the software, and
receiving of News data.
Miiverse
Restricts posting on Miiverse and/or
viewing other players' Miiverse
posts. It is possibl e to restrict
posting onl y, or to restrict both
posting and viewing.
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About the Game
As a humanoid Inkling, spray
your enemies and your
surroundings with as much ink
as possible - then switch to
squid form and swim at high
speed through the ink-covered
surfaces! You'll need to make
the most of these two forms as
you battle it out with other
players from all around the
world. An exciting life in
Inkopolis awaits!
Your first stop in
Inkopolis should be
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the Lobby!
Here you'l l join up with
other players to take
part in 4 vs 4 team battles over the internet.
Dive into action with players from around the
world, who may be dependable allies one
day but fiendish foes the next!
The more you battle, the more
options you get!
By battling online, you'll raise
your level and accumulate ingame money. You can use these
funds to acquire weapons and
other gear (clothes, shoes and
headgear), which can then be
put to good use in future battl es.
The more equipment you have,
the more play styles you'll be
able to discover!
Battl e Online
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Level up! Earn funds!
Change Your
Equipment
Go Shopping
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Get new equipment!
Discover new play
styles!
There's more than just online
battles!
You can al so have a
great time offline with
the singl e-player Hero
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Mode
or twoplayer Local Battles!
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Saving and Deleting Data
This game creates separate save data for each user
on the console. Game progress is saved
automatically. A "Game Saved!" message will be
displayed on-screen when the game saves progress.
♦ To delete save data, go to Wii U Menu ⇒
System Settings ⇒ Data Management.
♦ Save data cannot be recovered once it has been
deleted, so please be careful.
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Basic Controls
Controlling Your Character
Move

Look left/right

Aim
Tilt the Wii U GamePad
Shoot ink

Use Sub
weapon

Squid form
¹
Jump
²
Reset camera

¹ While you're diving in your own colour ink in squid
form, your ink reserves will regenerate quickly.
² Press  while swimming at speed in squid form to
jump further.
Navigating Menus
Move cursor
/
Confirm

Back

♦ You can also navigate menus using the touch
screen on the GamePad.
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Controls for Online Battles
Special Weapon
As you paint the ground
with ink, your Special
Gauge in the top-right of
the screen will fill up.
Once it's full, you can
press  to use your
Special weapon.
Super Jump
Touch the icon of a
teammate ( ) or your
team's Spawn Point ( )
on the Wii U GamePad to
perform a Super Jump and
quickly travel to that
location.
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The Plaza Menu
While you're in the Plaza, this menu will be displayed
on the right-hand side of the Wii U GamePad. You can
touch it to use the following features.
Map
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View a map of the Plaza.
You can touch
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to switch your equipped weapons and gear.
Equipment
Display your character's current equipment.
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Stages
View the currently playable online multiplayer stages.
Options
Change the following game settings:
Camera
Sensitivity
Change the sensitivity of
the camera's movement
when tilting the GamePad
or . Positive numbers
will make it more
sensitive, while negative
numbers will make it less
so.
Reverse the functional ity
of .
 Y Axis
 X Axis
Motion
Controls
♦ This will have no effect
if motion controls are
turned on.
Reverse the functional ity
of .
Allow moving the camera
by tilting the GamePad. It
is recommended to leave
this turned on for precise
and intuitive aiming.
♦ If motion controls are
turned off, vertical
camera movement can
be controlled with .
Colour Lock
Lock the ink colours to
specific combinations, for
the benefit of pl ayers who
have difficulty
distinguishing certain
colours.
Player Settings
Adjust your character's
gender, skin tone and eye
colour.
Miiverse
Display
Change the in-game
display of messages etc.
posted to Miiverse.
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Map
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The Plaza is the heart of Inkopolis. Control your
character on the TV screen to access the various
facilities.
♦ You can also access some of the facilities using the
touch screen of the Wii U GamePad.
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Lobby: Online Battle
Battle over the internet.
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Post to Miiverse
Use the postbox to post messages to Miiverse.
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Octo Valley: Hero Mode
Play the single-player Hero Mode.
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Shops
Buy new weapons and gear.
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amiibo Box
Use amiibo to access special Challenges.
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Battle Dojo: 1 vs 1 Local Battle
Compete one-on-one with another player on the
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same console.
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Equipment Screens
Headgear
Clothing
Shoes
Weapon
Show off your cool equipment through
online battles and in the Plaza!
The Equipment Screen
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Weapon Stats
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Base Ability
The main ability that a piece of gear has from
the start.
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Extra Abilities
Additional abilities gained by earning experience
for your gear. Their effects are weaker than the
base ability.
♦ Gear gains experience when you wear it and
take part in online battles.
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Player Level & Experience
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Sub Weapon
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Special Weapon
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Shops
To buy equipment at the
shops, and to increase
the number of available
goods, you'll need to
build up your level
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by playing online
battles. The line-up of headgear, clothing and shoes
changes every day, so make sure to check in
regularly!
Here's a selection of the items on offer!
Splattershot
Squidvader Cap
A standard, wellbalanced weapon.
Pixel squid! So stylish!
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B-Ball Vest (Home)
Orange Arrows
Lets you feel like a
slam-dunk king!
Hi-tech trainers in funky
colours.
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Ammo Knights
Sells all the weapons you'll need to experiment
with a huge variety of play styles.
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Cooler Heads
Sells hats, headphones, goggles...just about
anything you can put on your head!
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Jelly Fresh
Whether you're after classic threads or
something a little more outlandish, this clothes
shop has you covered.
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Shrimp Kicks
They say this shop will always find that one
special pair of shoes that's right for you.
View Ability Effects
While you're out shopping, select "Abil ity
Guide" on the Equipment screen on the
Wii U GamePad to check the products'
abil ities before you buy them!
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Sub Weapons and Special Weapons
Sub Weapons
Splat Bomb
A bomb that explodes a short while after
you throw it. The explosion can both
damage enemies and paint the surrounding
area.
Suction Bomb
A bomb that sticks to walls or the ground.
Great for attacking foes loitering on narrow
walkways or lurking next to walls.
Burst Bomb
A bomb that explodes as soon as it hits
anything. The explosion is small and not
that powerful, but these bombs can be
thrown repeatedly without consuming too
much ink.
Seeker
A bomb that locks on to opponents in front
of you, and chases them down. It paints the
floor as it travels, so you might even be able
to close in as a squid at the same time!
Point Sensor
This weapon doesn't actually deal damage,
but it will let all your teammates know about
any foes in its vicinity.
Ink Mine
Place this trap on the ground, and it'll
explode when an enemy comes too close.
It's concealed by your own colour of ink,
but if it gets painted a different colour it'll
explode then and there. You can only place
one at a time.
Sprinkler
This device attaches itself to the ground or
to a wall, and then sprays ink around. You
can only place one at a time. Placing a new
one will make the previous one disappear.
Squid Beakon
This device emits a special signal that can
be detected by Inklings. Once placed, it'll
appear on everyone's map, and any of your
teammates can Super Jump to that position
by touching it. It's single-use, so it'll break
once somebody jumps to it. You can place
up to three at once.
Splash Wall
This weapon creates a wall of ink in front of
you, blocking enemies from attacking or
approaching. Enemy attacks will make it
break down more quickly. You can only
place one at a time.
Disruptor
This bottle contains venomous fluids
extracted from a certain creature. Touching
this liquid will greatly inhibit an Inkling's
abilities for a certain length of time,
preventing them from fighting effectively.
Special Weapons
Inkzooka
Temporarily gives you the ability to fire
powerful shots that cover a wide vertical
area.
Killer Wail
Attacks with powerful sound waves that
travel in a straight line and go straight
through obstacles.
Inkstrike
Fires a missile that creates a devastating
tornado. You can choose where the missile
lands by touching a location on the Wii U
GamePad map.
Bubbler
Creates a barrier that will protect you from
enemy attacks for a set length of time. You
can share the effect with nearby teammates,
too.
Bomb Rush
Lets you use your Sub weapon without
consuming any ink for a short while.
♦ The icon will change depending on the
available Sub weapon.
Kraken
Turns you into a giant squid that paints the
ground with your own ink as it travels, even
charging through enemy ink without any
trouble. You can also attack foes with a
powerful spin attack by jumping!
Echolocator
Lets you detect the positions of the enemy
team members. For a short while, they'll be
displayed on all of your teammates' maps.
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Online Battles
Regular Battle
Battle against players
around the world in teams
of 4 vs 4.
Join a friend in battle!
Select "Join Friends" to join a Regular Match that one
of your friends is participating in.
Ranked Battle
Face players around the world in 4 vs 4 battles, using
specialised rules that differ from Regular Matches.
Player Level & Experience
As you battle online, you'l l earn money
and experience. Collect a set amount of
experience to increase your level, which
makes more equipment appear in the
shops!
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Miiverse
You can post messages to
Miiverse from the postbox
in the Plaza. Your
character will then appear
in other players' Plazas,
saying your message and
showing off the equipment you were wearing when
you posted it.
♦ You will need to be connected to the internet and
have set up Miiverse already.
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News/Event Data
As long as you're
connected to the internet,
you can receive the latest
News and Event info in
the Plaza.
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Hero Mode (Single Player)
Enter a secret underground world and face off against
an octopus army! The goal is to grab the Zapfish at
the end of each stage without losing all of your life
gauge.
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2
3
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Life Gauge
You lose one segment if you get splatted, and
regain one segment when you pass through a
checkpoint. If the entire gauge is depleted, you'll
be kicked back out to Octo Valley.
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Power Eggs
Shows how many Power Eggs (
collected.
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) you've
Sunken Scroll
Somewhere in each stage is a mysterious scroll
that sheds light on the secrets of the world. This
icon will appear if you've nabbed it.
Power Up Your Hero Suit!
While you're in Octo Val ley, touch "Power
Up" on the Wii U GamePad to upgrade
your equipment. Each upgrade costs a
certain number of Power Eggs.
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1 vs 1 Local Battles (2 Player)
Choose your weapons and stage, then compete oneon-one. The winner is the player who gets the most
points by popping balloons.
Wii U GamePad Player Controls
Play using the Wii U
GamePad screen and
controls.
TV Player Controls
Look at the TV screen,
and control your
character with a Classic
Controller Pro or Wii U
Pro Controller.
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amiibo Features
Scan a compatible amiibo
at the amiibo Box in the
Plaza, and you'll be abl e
to play special "amiibo
Challenges".
♦ This software does not write data to your amiibo.
amiibo Challenges
Tackle various Challenges in stages you've completed
in Hero Mode to earn funds and other rewards.
Compatible amiibo
・Inkling Girl
・Inkling Boy
・Inkling Squid
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Copyright Information
IMPORTANT: This game is protected by
copyright! The unauthorised copying of this
game and/or distribution of such copies may
lead to criminal and/or civil liability. This game,
instruction manual and other written materials
accompanying this game are protected by
intellectual property laws.
The use of an unauthorised device or software
that enables technical modification of the Wii U
console or software may render this game
unplayable.
A system update may be required to play.
For use with the European/Australian version of
the Wii U console only.
This software is based in part on the work of the
Independent JPEG Group.
This software product includes
Autodesk® Beast™ software,
© 2012 Autodesk, Inc. All
rights reserved.
Autodesk and Beast are registered trademarks or
trademarks of Autodesk, Inc., and/or its subsidiaries
and/or affiliates in the USA and/or other countries.
© 2015 Nintendo Co., Ltd.
Trademarks are property of their respective
owners.
Wii U is a trademark of Nintendo.
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Support Information
Support Information
For product information, please visit the
Nintendo website at:
www.nintendo.com
For technical support and troubleshooting,
please refer to the Operations Manual for your
Wii U console or visit:
support.nintendo.com
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