Playable 3D simulation of this   classic handheld electronic game including views of the original packaging and instruction guide
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A RetroFab simulation
Version 0.9.5 (alpha)


Details
Title
Popeye
Model No.
PG-92
Series
Game & Watch (Panorama Screen)
Manufacturer
Nintendo
Release Date
August 30, 1983
Chipset
Sharp SM511
( 32.768 kHz )
Description

Olive Oil has been captured and Popeye must save her by fighting her kidnapper and knocking him into the ocean.

Gameplay

Brutus has captured Olive and tied her up. You must take control of Popeye and push Brutus back and knock him off the pier. Use the joystick controller to advance towards Brutus and then use the Hit button to land a blow. Land enough blows on Brutus and he'll be knocked backwards. But be careful, it only takes one blow for Brutus to knock Popeye backwards. If Brutus knocks Popeye all the way to the edge of the pier and knocks him off a miss will be scored. Three misses and the game is over.

Tips
  • Every time Popeye knocks Brutus off the pier a can of spinach will move closer towards Olive until it's close enough for her to kick it towards Popeye. Catch the can of spinach and you'll knock Brutus on to a hook above and free Olive for some bonus points.
  • If Popeye is backed up by Brutus all the way to the edge of the pier you can still avoid Brutus' punches by pressing the joystick controller right to lean backwards.
  • In Game B watch out for the swordfish swimming below the pier which will stick Popeye when he's at the left edge of the pier sending him flying backwards and giving Brutus a chance to advance.
Trivia

Popeye is one of three games from the earlier Table Top edition re-released in the Panorama Screen format. The gameplay is identical to the earlier Table Top version.

Controls
Keyboard
Left
A or Left Arrow
Right
D or Right Arrow
Hit
Ctrl or Enter
Mouse
Rotate
Drag
Press
Left-click
Zoom
Mousewheel
Resources
Audio
David Haywood
Box Art
Nintandbox
Instructions
Torsten Lindh
Textures
Lee Robson