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Jet Force Gemini (N64)
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    The company behind Goldeneye 007 is back with Jet Force Gemini for the Nintendo 64. The story follows Juno, Vela, and Lupus the Dog as they travel through the galaxy fighting bugs in order to restore peace on each planet in the universe. The game play features a mix of shooter and 3D platforming elements, combining two genres that blend to make an awesome and extensive game. There is a two-player Cooperative mode that lets two gamer's join forces to fight through the 15 worlds that feature numerous sub-levels. There is also a Multiplayer mode that allows up to four people to fight through different modes of play and compete for all sorts of goals. To top it off, the game features top-notch graphics that really show off the N64's graphical prowess. Jet Force Gemini is sure to please any gamer that enjoys fast and furious game play and is looking for a truly immersive adventure.

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    Tips and Tricks
    by Gemini 20 Sep 2011

    Tips and Tricks

    All Hidden Characters
    All the secret deathmatch characters in Jet Force are unlocked by touching the secret Totems hidden
    throughout the game, except for the Cyborg Ant (see below) and the powered-up versions of Vela,
    Juno and Lupus, which become available once you have received your powers in the single player mode.

    Yellow Ant
    Location: Goldwood
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Vela
    Requirements: None

    Blue Ant
    Location: SS Anubis, Generator Room 2F
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Any
    Requirements: None

    Red Ant
    Location: Ichor, Military Base
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Juno
    Requirements: None

    Green Ant
    Location: Spawn Ship, Cargo Sewer
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Any
    Requirements: None

    Male Tribal
    Location: Sekhmet, Channel Area
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Lupus
    Requirements: Magenta Key

    Female Tribal
    Location: Rith Essa, Mine
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Vela
    Requirements: Mine Key

    Zombie Termite
    Location: Tawfret, Treehut
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Lupus
    Requirements: None

    Beetle Termite
    Location: Tawfret, Tomb
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Vela
    Requirements: None

    Metallic Termite
    Location: Sekhmet, Spiral Walkway (hover across)
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Lupus
    Requirements: None

    Purple Termite
    Location: Mizar's Palace
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Juno
    Requirements: None

    Cyborg Ant
    Location: N/A
    Type: Floyd Mission Award
    Character: Floyd
    Requirements: Get an Expert Award on all Floyd Missions

    Ants into Pants Cheat
    This cheat turns all the enemy drones into stick figures with big pants. "Ants into Pants" becomes
    available in the Cheats menu (located under Options) as soon as you have collected 300 enemy heads.

    Break Fall
    Any veteran Mario or Banjo-Kazooie player will have already figured this one out. Falling from high places
    causes your character to take damage, but you can break your fall with the help of Lupus' rocket paws
    or Vela and Juno's jetpacks (only if you have fuel, in the case of Vela and Juno).

    Change Characters on Map Screen
    Not really a gameplay tip – but this feature isn't mentioned in the manual, so we figured we should
    include it. There is no need to go to the Character Screen if you need to quickly change characters
    when selecting a new world to fly to. You can change your character on the map screen, too. Simply
    use the C Buttons to switch the player icons in the corner until you've got the character you want

    Hidden Multiplayer Stages and Modes
    Most of the multiplayer modes have to be unlocked before you can play them, including the target
    ranges, the 2D Super Sprint clone and the 3D racing game. Here's how you can get them:

    King of the Hill
    Location: Cerulean Holding Room
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Any
    Requirements: None

    Tunnels Stage
    Location: Rith Essa Waterfalls
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Vela
    Requirements: None

    Rith Essa Mine Stage
    Location: Walkway Station
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Any
    Requirements: Powered (jetpacks)

    Space Station Stage
    Location: Space Station Basement
    Type: Totem Pole
    Character: Any
    Requirements: None

    Goldwood Target Range
    Location: Goldwood
    Type: Floyd Mission Award
    Character: Floyd
    Requirements: Get Gold on Goldwood Floyd Mission

    Rith Essa Target Range
    Location: Eschebone
    Type: Floyd Mission Award
    Character: Floyd
    Requirements: Get Gold on Eschebone Floyd Mission

    Jeff & Barry Arcade Racing
    Location: Ichor Arcade
    Type: Arcade Score Reward
    Character: Any
    Requirements: Come in first on Jeff & Barry Arcade Racing

    Jeff & Barry Arcade Racing II
    Location: Ichor Arcade
    Type: Arcade Score Reward
    Character: Any
    Requirements: Come in first on Jeff & Barry Arcade Racing II

    Greenwood Village Race Track
    Location: Ichor Arcade
    Type: Arcade Score Reward
    Character: Any
    Requirements: Break the top records on both Jeff & Barry arcade machines.

    Mizar 3D Racer
    Location: Mizar's Palace
    Type: Race Award
    Character: Any
    Requirements: Come in first in the Mizar races.

    Jet Force Kids Cheat
    Collect 200 ant heads to unlock the Jet Force Kids cheat, which can be activated from the
    Cheats/Options menu. This cheat will turn the game's main characters into kids.

    Jetpack Tip
    Another little feature not mentioned in the manual: use the C Down button to hover in place when
    using the jetpacks. It only uses half the fuel.

    Key Locations

    Yellow Key: Goldwood, Outset (hidden in a box in the caves)
    Red Key: Goldwood, Outset (receive from Magnus)
    Blue Key: Sekhmet, Battle Cruiser (lava pit, through pipe)
    Green Key: Sekhmet, Battle Cruiser (jetpack room)
    Magenta Key: Eschebone, Thorax (left intestine)

    Yellow Key: Cerulean, Dune (holding room)
    Red Key: Sekhmet, Battle Cruiser (receive from mole)
    Blue Key: Eschebone, Thorax (underwater)
    Green Key: Sekhmet, Battle Cruiser (jetpack room)
    Magenta Key: Eschebone, Thorax (left intestine)

    Yellow Key: Spawn Ship, Troop Carrier (sewer pipe)
    Red Key: Spawn Ship, Troop Carrier (cargo sewer)
    Green Key: Sekhmet, Battle Cruiser (jetpack room)
    Magenta Key: Eschebone, Thorax (left intestine)
    Note: Lupus cannot acquire the Blue Key.

    Let Floyd Help
    If you want to save on ammo, use Floyd -- even if a second player is not available. Find a hiding
    place, like a crate or a rock, stand behind it and press START on the second controller to
    activate Floyd (once you have put him together on Tawfret). Now shoot down your enemies
    from a safe distance, without wasting any ammo. Do the same if you want to take out crates.
    You can also use Floyd to snip – even when you don't have sniper rifle ammo. When playing
    with two players, player one can hide behind a box and zoom in on far away enemies with the
    sniper rifle. Whether player one has a clear line of fire or not, Floyd's higher up position ensures
    that player two can do the work – without wasting ammo.

    Plasma Shotgun as a Flashlight
    The plasma shotgun can be used as a flashlight in dark areas. Simply charge up the shotgun
    and view the area from a first person perspective. This can be useful when looking for secrets
    in dark areas.

    Rainbow Blood Cheat
    Collect 100 ant heads of any color to unlock the rainbow blood cheat. You can activate this
    cheat by going to the Cheat Menu, which is located on the Options.

    Reach High Up Gems
    In order to grab the many health gems located in seemingly unreachable areas -- such as on the
    SS Anubis generators or on beams in the cave levels -- shoot them using your pistol or machine gun.
    If you hit them correctly, they will move and slide down to your level.

    Secret Flame Thrower Ammo
    If you're low on Flame Thrower ammo, look for Tribals that carry lanterns. Shoot these Tribals once
    to make them drop their lanterns (be careful not to kill them), then pick them up to use the fire as
    Flame Thrower ammo

    Selective Ammo
    If you're running low on ammo for the Shotgun, Pistol or Machine Gun, select the weapon you want
    to refill (even when it's empty) when collecting weapons from dead enemies. This will automatically
    give ammo to the weapon you picked. This strategy is invaluable to keep your Machine Gun ammo
    count high.

    Special Item Locations
    Jet Force Gemini contains a number of special items in addition to the regular power-ups such as
    gems, backpacks and Gemini Holders. This listing tells you what the items can be used for and
    where to find them.

    Fish Food
    Where: Goldwood, first area after landing pad (treasure chest)
    One of the first secrets in the game can be accessed right from the Goldwood entry area, even before
    you enter the Outset zone. Look for a secret passage near the right rock wall. Behind it, you will find
    the fishpond and a treasure box that contains fish food. Although it's listed among your weapons, the
    fish food is hardly lethal. You can use the fish food to feed the fishes (duh) or other hungry creatures,
    such as the creepy maggots or Flopsy the dog (which keeps them from attacking you). The food can
    also be used to distract your enemy or to detonate proximity mines without wasting any ammo.

    Ear Plugs
    Where: SS Anubis, Hold (Floyd Mission)
    The ear plugs are the perfect protection for sensitive ears, especially when around noisy Tribals – but
    the Jet Force team can't use them. To get the ear plugs, get a Gold or Expert rating in the Floyd mission
    in the Hold area of the SS Anubis. Once you have access to the Water Ruin stage, bring the Ear Plugs
    to Ivana the Bear.

    Where: Tawfret, Bridge (on top of a tree)
    What a charming place to forget one's shorts... In this desolate swamp haunted by zombie drones and
    giant bettles, a pair of shorts hangs from a tree. Bring them to their rightful owner, Gimlet, who awaits
    in the same stage.

    Where: Tawfret, Bridge (from Gimlet)
    This handy tool lets you open the heavy trap doors on Tawfret and Walkway. To get it, bring the pants
    back to Gimlet.

    Jeff & Barry II Arcade Chip
    Where: Ichor, Military Base (Floyd Mission)
    Only if you have found this circuit board can you play the Jeff & Barry II racing game in the nightclub
    arcade on Ichor (Jeff & Barry I can be played without it). Get a Gold rating in the Ichor Military Base
    Floyd Mission.

    Specialist Magazine
    Where: Eschebone, Cortex
    Cough. Specialist magazine, eh? We know where you can find it – if you want it... Go to Eschebone's
    Cortex stage to find it, then bring it to Fernando who is hanging out on Rith Essa (Bluff). Fernando will
    give you the Mine Key in return for the... uh... inspiration literature.

    Mine Key
    Where: Rith Essa, Bluff
    You need this key in order to get into the Rith Essa mines. Once you've got the Specialist Magazine
    from Eschebone, visit Fernando and trade it against the key.

    Gold Bars
    Where: Celulean, Dune
    Look for three gold bars in the Cerulean outdoor area. You can use them as payment for Fish Face's
    Tri-Rocket Launcher in the same level.