Codes, passwords, secrets to a game Kool Aid Man (Atari 2600 - a2600)
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"Kool-Aid Man" man is the Atari 2600 video game based on the television advertising character kool-aid man. And secondly, a unique video game cartridge game consoles.
Kool-Aid Man human centered around the kool-aid man, for a long time television mascot of the popular drink "Kool-Aid Man".
Task beverage market has always been young people, and as a result of the drink always tried to keep up with market interests. Datura man appeared in commercials, breaking through walls and skateboarding, is always trying to keep cool in the eyes of children. In the 1980s, video games were a fresh thing, and in 1983, kool-aid man was released for the Atari 2600. And secondly, a unique version of the game was later released for a later date. The game continues to be one of the most obvious product placement in the history of video games, and further attempts at marketing the drink, the game can be obtained free of charge by mail to 125 proof of purchase points.
While it was originally only available through mail order, he was later released through traditional retail outlets.
The game consists of a very simple 2D computer graphics. The setting of the game is a simple pool of water, and the object of the game is to satisfy "thirsties". Thirsties round creatures that try to drink all the water in the pool.
Once drinking who do not drink the water forces the player to be thrown back and lose time. However, when the thirsty drink from the pool (the action is indicated by straw variable length extending from thirst in the pool), it is vulnerable. Beat it will supposedly use soda to quench your thirst, and thereby saving pool. Winning level, usually requires about 30 hardening thirsties, which will take the player into a more rapid rate. The game is played either by time, or lose all the water in the pool.