Saving Your Cartoons On A

Remember, when you turn the power ofTon your NES, you lose all the work you have created. Therefore, if you want to save your cartoons on a video tape, you should have the VCR hooked up before you begin. We recommend that all connections between components be made under adult supervision. The first thing you need to do is hook up your Nintendo Entertainment System to a television with a VCR. 1. Leave the ends of the red audio and yellow video wires which are connected to your NES where they...

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Cartoon Workshop Safety Regulations

If you experience technical problems with your Cartoon Workshop game pak, try our Warranty Services number 708 215-5111. Service personnel are available Monday-Friday 8 30 a.m. to 7 00 p.m.CST. Konami Game Hint and Tip Line 1-900-896-HINT 4468 gt 70tf per minute charge lt gt Touch tone phone required lt Z Minors must have parental permission before calling If you feel stuck in the game, or just need a boost, don't worry You can call the Konami Game Hint and Tip Line for help on this software...

Character Movement Review

Creating action is the toughest part of Cartoon Workshop. It takes practice, so here is a brief review 1. From 1st Actor menu, press the A button to select a character. 2. Press up down on control pad to find an animation piece you like. Press A to select it. 3. Use the control pad to place the character, then press a. 4. move the character by lengthening shortening the pointer arrows with the control pad. Press A when you have the desired effect. 5. When you are done with a piece of movement,...

Part Make Your Character Move

When you pick an actor, the film clips will change to animated pictures. In the message box you will see a name describing each series of animations. Find one you like and press the A button. Remember, you can always use the B button to go back one step. If you have set the character in motion, you must use the scissors to delete the character, then re-do it . The actor will now appear on-screen with a four-way arrow on the bottom. You are now in the edit mode. There are three steps here place...