shin gouketsuji ichizoku bonnou kaihou faq / moves list by patrick coffman aka thepatrick, whatever ryled yahoo.com table of contents i. introduction ia. mini-faq ib.
floors 2 - 4 walk to the end of floor 2 and take the stairs up to the next floor. here, walk down and climb the only stairs up to floor 4. on this floor, walk all the way down to open a visible treasure chest that contains a seed of agility and then, go down the hole nearest to the chest and back to floor 3. walk down, up the stairs, and back to floor 4 where you can walk up past the pool to
in crash bandicoot: mind over mutant, a rejuvenated neo cortex is taking over the world one brain at a time cortex and n. brio devise a new kind of evil - a text-messaging, do-anything device which controls both mutant and bandicoot minds.
also known as 'eledees 2' enter into an extraordinary game of hide and seek in this exciting sequel to elebits kai and zero have been swept off to a magical land and must finish the challenges ahead, to get back home.
turn left and floor it if you do this right, you can complete the mission without the cubans firing a single shot at you. alternate strategy from dheensa ----- in the 2bit hit, where you have to attack the haitians as a cuban, there is an easier way. get kind of close 2 the place so the haitians see u. than go back and make a right. use a grenade or molotov cocktail and throw it over the
while the family grooves on the dance floor, a bug decides to nestle itself in jimmy's 'fro. jimmy goes nuts trying to get rid of it, and then slips right back into his groove. at the end of the night as the t. family walks home, they chat about their awesome dancing. the bug flies past and decides to get a little payback on jimmy. while jimmy jumps around itching, the others assume he's just
prince of persia: the two thrones - pc/ps2/gc/xbox faq/walkthrough by j woodrow <mansion880 yahoo. uk> version 1.0 - 2007/12/12 p r i n c e o f p e r s i a -- the two thrones -- story and script by corey may and michael wendshuh -- adaptation by j woodrow ----- the measured words of a woman's voice told the tale. ----- 'we all make mistakes. some are small, some are large