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Guide and Walkthrough by EonLeader

Updated: 01/02/2016

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Captain Tsubasa I
Made by TECMO
Version 1.0 guide and walkthrough
Made by EonLeader
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Table of Contents
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1. Introduction
2. Controls and commands
3. Walkthrough
4. Characters and techniques
5. Description of special techniques
6. Trivia, tips, tricks and special codes
7. Miscellaneous
8. Acknowledgements

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1. Introduction:
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Hello everyone, this is my first guide, of Captain Tsubasa 1.

In this guide I will mention strategies, tricks and codes. I 
hope this guide has everything you need to see.

About the game, Captain Tsubasa, it was created in 1988
by the company Tecmo for the Nintendo (NES / Famicom) and 
it tells the story of Tsubasa Ozora, who will go for the championship 
with his national team, Nankatsu. After that he will face
the different teams in the world as part of the Japanese selection.

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2. Controls and Commands:
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Controls:
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Directional pad: Allows you to choose your plays and move 
your players around the field. 

Button A: Mainly used to accept the plays 
you have previously chosen with the directional pad. 

This button also allows us to quickly move animations, 
in addition to starting the games.

B button: Allows you to pause during the game so that 
you can choose your moves with the directional pad. This button
also allows you to rechoose any command if you chose
previously erroneously.

Select button: Allows you to select one of two options on the 
start menu: Kick Off and Continue.

Start button: Allows you move from the intro to the 
start menu. Also allows you to accept the option 
you have selected in the start menu. During the players' meeting
before a game, this button will allow you 
see the guts (units of energy) and skills of your players.

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Commands:
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Start menu:
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Kick Off: Allows access to the story mode.

Continue: Allows you to continue the game from where you were 
using a password. When you choose this option, a
screen with the Japanese alphabet appears, with which you 
form a key that makes you continue the game from where you 
have been. The order of the letters is as follows:

A Ka Sa Ta Na Ha Ma Ra Ga Za Ba Pa Ya
I Ki Si Chi Ni Hi Mi Ri Gi Ji Bi Pi Yu
U Ku Su Tsu Nu Hu Mu Ru Gu Zu Bu Pu Yo
E Ke Se Te Ne He Me Re Ge Ze Be Pe Wa
O Ko So To No Ho Mo Ro Go Zo Bo Po Enter


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Main menu:
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This menu will appear at the players' meeting before a 
game.

> Information:

This option gives you a short piece information about the opponent. 

> Memo:

This option gives you the password of the game you're playing, 
to have the opportunity to play another time.

> Starting Members:

Starting members is an option only available when 
you use the Japanese team, which has several 
options which allow you to make modifications to 
your lineup. Once you've entered this option,
you can see the list of your starters and substitutes, 
which we can arrange at will with three options. 
They're located in the center-top of the screen, and they are: 
	
A) Change:

Allows you to make changes in your lineup. The position of each
player is shown on a field graphic that ison the center-bottom 
of the screen. You can only make three changes in a game.

B) Undo:

Cancels any changes you have made.

C) End:

Exit Team Data.

> Start the match:

This option allows you to start the game.

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During the game:
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During the game, you can only see a picture of a ball, 
which represents the player with the ball.

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Basic movements:
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A) player with possession of the ball (Free or marked)

Pass: "Left"

Allows you to direct the ball to any player on your team 
you want. 

Combi Play: "Down"

This move can only be done with Tsubasa and Misaki when 
you use the Japanese team, so you must have both of them
on the pitch.

To perform this technique, you should let Tsubasa or Misaki be 
marked by the opposing team. Then, when you press 
"down", the name of this technique appears, which 
allows you to lose your markers with ease 
with a one-two.

Dribble: "Up"

If you are marked by one or more players of the opposing team
this command allows you to dribble past those players. 
If you are unmarked, this command allows your player to
continue moving around the field. 

Shoot: "Right"

Allows you to make a shot towards goal. 

If the shot is made in your own half, then 
the ball won't reach the goal. For this reason, all 
shots must be done in the opponent's half if 
you want to get good results.

It costs 80 guts to use a normal shot at the goal.

Note: Special shots always reach the goal regardless 
of where you use them.

B) Marking a rival player 

Tackle: "Up" 

Allows you to take the ball from an opponent with a tackle.

Pass cut: "Left"

Allows you to intercept a pass that an opponent uses.

Mark: "Right"

Allows you to mark the opposing player.

Do not move: "Down"

This option makes the opponent's continue his movement around the field, 
whilst the marker doesn't lose their position.

At first, this move makes no sense whatsoever. But, if you let
the opponent keep moving, it's possible that you can mark him
with more players, and thus be more likely to take the ball. 

This command also allows you to rest players 
with insufficient guts.

C) Receiving the ball inside the opponent's area:

Pass: "Left" 

Allows you to make a pass to any player on your team 
you want.

Dribble: "Up" 

Allows you to trap the ball for further play on the ground.

Shoot: "Right" 

Allows you to perform an air shot on the goal.

You need 80 guts to make a normal shot on the goal.

E) Goalkeeper: 

Catch: "Left / Right"

Allows you to catch the ball with your hands.

Punch: "Up"

Allows you to clear the ball with your fists. 

The clearance might not necessarily fall to your players,
as there is also the possibility that it falls to 
the opposing team. However, punching the ball is usually 
safer than trying to catch the ball.

[Sankakutobi]: "Down" (Ken Wakashimazu)

Ken Wakashimazu's special technique that involves jumping from 
one of the goalposts to have a greater chance to reach a shot. 

You need 200 guts to perform this technique successfully, because
if you have less than that, it will become much weaker.

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Halftime:
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A) Want to make changes?

This menu appears at halftime, which has two options. The 
first, 'Yes', with which you can enter the starting members
menu to make changes in our lineup, while the second is 'No',
which obviously keeps your team as it is.

Once you have finished making changes, or if you chose 
'No', then a new menu appears called 
'Who do you choose?', in which you can choose one of 
your players from your team to make a speech
for the team.

To choose the player that you want, you just have to use 
left or right then press the A button once you have chosen
the player you want.

B) Penalty Kick: 

When you have a penalty shootout one 
menu will appear on the screen called
'Choose your 5 players for penalties'
in which, from the list of your players, you
have to choose five players for penalty kicks.

Once you have chosen the five players you can see 
at the bottom of the screen a menu called
'Where do you shoot?'.

This allows you to choose between two directions 
to direct your shot. After choosing the direction, 
simply press the A button.

The options are:

Left: "Left"

Allows you to kick to the left.

Right: "Right"

Allows you to kick right.

When the other team shoots, then the menu appears 
'Where do you jump?'.

The menu options are the same as 
those of the 'Where do you kick?' menu.

Left: "Left"

Allows you to jump left.

Right: "Right"

Allows you to jump to the right.


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3. Walkthrough:
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First of all, the biggest problem in this 
game is that you cannot see your rivals on the field. 
So, in general, for all the games we have to view 
where our players are located, and the other team. That 
is done by pressing the B button and choosing "pass". After, 
you move it where there are fewer players around, or 
quickly we move the ball with a pass if they're close to you. 
This way, you avoid the opponent marking you.

That's when we have the ball. When 
they have it, we can not see our players on the field.
You have to blindly choose the direction you want to move your players 
when chasing the ball on the field, preferably in the direction the 
opposing player is moving. That way, you can mark the opponent. 
You can also try and move in the opposite direction the opponent
is moving. However, you can't do much if the other team prefers to play
passes more often.

The Nankatsu team captained by Tsubasa Ozora has this lineup: 

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Goalie:
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Yuzo Morisaki

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Defenders:
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Shingo Takasugi

Ryô Ishizaki

Masato Nakazato

Tsuyoshi Oda

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Midfielders:
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Tsubasa Ozora

* Diving Head
* Overhead Kick

Mamoru Izawa

* Diving Head
		
Ken'ichi Iwami

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Forwards:
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Teppei Kisugi

Hajime Taki

Hiroshi Nagano


On the attack, I recommend you try to play down the 
wings, because it is where opposing players mark you least, 
which will allow us to move more smoothly. 
Don't forget to check the location of your players and the 
opponents as explained above. 
Taki has the second best dribble, and while it can 
beat the normal players, you shouldn't rely on it
too much.
Izawa and Taki are the players who, after Tsubasa, 
have the best passes, so you have to base 
your attack around these players.
Tsubasa is the player with the highest skills, 
far exceeding Izawa and Taki, but you can't make him 
do everything, otherwise he'll get work out and you'll
have serious problems.
When Tsubasa gets to level 3, he will get a special shot called 
Drive Shoot.
Morisaki is a weak keeper, don't rely heavily on him. 
However, on more than one occasion he may stop a few shots from 
normal players of the opposing teams.
Your defense is relatively efficient with Ishizaki and Takasugi, 
but when you get the ball back, try to find the most skilled
players on your team safely, without much trouble.


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16th national championship of schools:
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Nankatsu Vs Nishikigaoka

Difficulty: Very Easy.
Best Players: None.

This is a team without stars, very easy to beat. Here you can 
get used to the gameplay.
The shots Tsubasa makes usually end scoring, 
but you can also attack with Izawa, Kisugi and 
Taki with relative success.
To ensure you score a lot of goals, I recommend you always 
make aerial shots.

Nankatsu Vs Minamiuwa 

Difficulty: Easy.
Best Players: FW Minoru Takei
              MF Tetsuo Ishida

Minamiuwa is not good in defense, so your method of 
attack remains the same as the previous game.
You must be very careful with the two star players of 
Minamiuwa as they could cause you serious problems with
their shots, while if they mark you they're very 
likely to steal the ball.

Nankatsu Vs Azumachi 

Difficulty: Regular
Best Players: DF Makoto Soda
		      * Kamisori Shoot
			
This game will be a bit tricky at times since the 
Azumachi star has a special shot called Kamisori Shoot, 
which will be very difficult to stop.
To avoid any complications from now, it's best to only
use Tsubasa to score your goals.
Chances are that in this match, Tsubasa has the 
Drive Shoot. This is mostly a waste of guts, 
so just use aerial shots with him and only use 
Drive Shoot in an extreme emergency.
Try to avoid being marked by Soda, else it's likely that 
you'll lose possession of the ball.
Preferably, play down the wing because that's where you'll
find opposing players less.
Soda can stop Tsubasa's Drive Shoot, so if you're going to 
use it, make sure that Soda is not in the shot's path.


Nankatsu Vs Hanawa  
Difficulty: Hard 
Best Players: FW Kazuo Tachibana
	          * Gemini Attack (+ Masao)
              * Twin Shoot (+ Masao)
              * Skylab Hurricane (+ Masao)
		      FW Masao Tachibana
	          * Gemini Attack (+ Kazuo)
              * Twin Shoot (+ Kazuo)
              * Skylab Hurricane (+ Kazuo)

In this match, you will face the air plays of the Tachibana
twins, which will be virtually impossible to stop.
What makes this a more difficult game than normal is that in 
addition to the twins, Hanawa's other players will be able 
to score.
To attack, it is best that you move down the wing and then 
pass into the heart of the penalty area.
To score your goals, only use Tsubasa so you avoid an
unwanted counter-attack from the opponents.
Be careful not to waste guts from your star player because 
then you might complicate the game. Only use air shots
and only in an extreme emergency use the Drive Shoot, 
always ensuring that the path is relatively clear.

Nankatsu Vs Meiwahigashi

Difficulty: Easy. 
Best Players: None

After the previous match this gives us a break since 
Meiwa has no star you'd have problems to overcome.
I recommend you use only Tsubasa to score at the start and 
when you've already taken a substantial advantage, use Kisugi, 
Izawa or Taki. However be aware of the guts of your best
player and score goals with aerial shots. Only use 
Drive Shoot inside the area as an emergency measure.


Nankatsu vs. Hirado 

Difficulty: Difficult.
Best Players: DF Hiroshi Jito
              FW Mitsuru Sano
		      * Diving Head

To score goals, use only with Tsubasa, thus 
avoiding an unwanted counter-attack.
Try to go forward by attacking on the wings, making 
passes from time to time so the opposing team's players don't 
mark you.
If you're going to use a Drive Shoot, do it as close to the goal 
or far away, always ensuring that the path is clear.
Jito is a strong defender that can even stop Tsubasa's Drive 
Shoot, so you have to prevent this player getting near any of
your players as he is a constant danger.

Nankatsu Vs Furano 

Difficulty: Difficult.
Best Players: MF Hikaru Matsuyama
              * Eagle Shot
              * Overhead Kick

Furano's goalkeeper is a little hard to overcome. Score
goals using Tsubasa's Overhead Kick or the Drive 
Shoot, which I suggest that you use as close as possible
to the goal.
Furano's attack usually end with Matsuyama, who will use
his Eagle Shot. Barring a miracle, it will be 
impossible for our goalkeeper to stop. For that reason, you
should try to steal the ball fromthe opposing team before the 
ball reaches the master of Furano.
Always attack down the wing and makes passes from time to time, 
then play a center for Tsubasa while he is 
in the penalty area.
Beware that if Matsuyama stands in the path of a 
Drive Shoot you use from midfield, he can stop it.

Nankatsu vs. Toho

Difficulty: Very Hard.
Best Players: GK Ken Wakashimazu
              * Sankakutobi
              MF Takeshi Sawada
              * Diving Head
              FW Kojiro Hyuuga
              * Tiger Shot
              * Goin na Dribble
              * Overhead Kick
              * Diving Head
              FW Kazuki Sorimachi

This match is the most difficult so far, most worthy of the 
final.
Each attack Toho makes is lethal, making the game very tense 
as you can only win by succeeding with every attack.
Always attack down the wing and do not hold the ball too long 
with a player. Rather, he should do many passes, as I have 
recommended in previous games.
Ken Wakashimazu is a very good keeper, but you can 
use Drive Shoot to score if you use it from as close
as possible.
Hyuga's Tiger Shot is an unstoppable shot, so 
try to recover the ball in midfield before Hyuga 
can get the ball.
This game has a peculiarity, in that if you win the game 
Nankatsu is crowned National Champion only.
But if you keep the match result a draw, even 
after extra time, there will be no penalty shootout. 
Thus, both finalists will share the glory.

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Japanese Youth team:
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In this part of the game, you have the opportunity to manage the 
Japanese youth team which has these players:

Starters:

FW-Masao Tachibana
FW-Kojiro Hyuuga
FW-Shun Nitta
MF-Kazuo Tachibana
MF-Tsubasa Ozora
MF-Mitsuru Sano
DF-Hiroshi Jito
DF-Makoto Soda
DF-Shingo Takasugi
DF-Hikaru Matsuyama
GK-Ken Wakashimazu

Substitutes:

Teppei Kisugi
Hajime Taki
Mamoru Izawa
Ryô Ishizaki
Takeshi Sawada
Kazuki Sorimachi
Jun Misugi

Yuzo Morisaki

I recommend you set your lineup like this:

FW-Masao Tachibana
FW-Kojiro Hyuuga
FW-Kazuo Tachibana
MF-Shun Nitta
MF-Tsubasa Ozora
MF-Hikaru Matsuyama
DF-Ryô Ishizaki
DF-Makoto Soda
DF-Shingo Takasugi
DF-Hiroshi Jito
GK-Ken Wakashimazu

Here, I place the Tachibana twins as forwards,
since their Skylab Twin Shoot is much more useful than Nitta's
Hayabusa Shoot.
I also decided to put Matsuyama in midfield so that you can 
get a better marker in midfield.
Ishizaki has almost the same defensive skills as Matsuyama, 
thus your defense is just as good.
Because Soda and Jito are very good players 
defensively, consider them as central defenders
because most opposing players attack down the center.
In the second half, you can switch Nitta for Misugi, to have 
a much better marker in the midfield and a greater attack.

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Friendly match:
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Japan Vs Toho Institute 

Difficulty: Easy.
Best Players: None.

A simple game where you can score with any particular shot 
you use.
The only thing to worry about is not wasting Wakashimazu's
guts, because if he runs out of guts then he'll
become easy prey to the opposing team. 
I suggest you use, in this match punches for clearing
shots performed on the ground, and only use the 
Sankakutobi for aerial shots, thus not putting 
the guts of your goalkeeper in vain.
When you finish this game, you have the ability to search for
Tarô Misaki so you can have him on the team.

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Group stage:
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When you see the starting members you can see your players 
are like this:

Starters:

FW-Masao Tachibana
FW-Kojiro Hyuuga
FW-Shun Nitta
MF-Kazuo Tachibana
MF-Tsubasa Ozora
MF-Mitsuru Sano
DF-Hiroshi Jito
DF-Makoto Soda
DF-Shingo Takasugi
DF-Hikaru Matsuyama
GK-Ken Wakashimazu

Substitutes:

Teppei Kisugi
Hajime Taki
Mamoru Izawa
Ryô Ishizaki
Takeshi Sawada
Kazuki Sorimachi
Jun Misugi
Tarô Misaki

Yuzo Morisaki


If you got Taro Misaki, he will be in the list of substitutes 
below Jun Misugi. If you did not get him after the game against
Toho Institute, do not worry, because you have until after the 
semifinal to find him. But as I mentioned earlier, it is better
to get him quickly, to make the games ahead easier.

I recommend you set up your team like this:

FW-Tarô Misaki
FW-Kojiro Hyuuga
FW-Tsubasa Ozora
MF-Kazuo Tachibana
MF-Hikaru Matsuyama
MF-Masao Tachibana
DF-Ryô Ishizaki
DF-Makoto Soda
DF-Shingo Takasugi
DF-Hiroshi Jito
GK-Ken Wakashimazu

I decide to put Tsubasa and Misaki up front 
along with Hyuuga in order to have more offensive aggression.
I place Hikaru Matsuyama as central midfielder to get a better
marker in midfield. In addition to the player can score
from long distance with his Eagle Shot.
The Tachibana brothers are placed as wingers as they 
can also help the attack.
The defense remains the same, that is, Hiroshi Jito and 
Makoto Soda as central defenders and Takasugi and 
Ishizaki as full-backs.
Your second game is always against Uruguay or Italy, while 
your fourth game is against Argentina or Uruguay. Depending 
on who face in the qualifiers, you can know which 
team you'll face in the quarterfinals - the team 
of the three above you didn't play in the group stage.
The other two teams will be randomly selected from seven possible
teams - Malaysia, Canada, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, England and
Poland.

Japan vs Malaysia 

Difficulty: Very Easy.
Best Players: None.

This game is quite easy because you won't have problems 
scoring or getting the ball.
To score goals, just use a special shot in the opponent's
area. 
As in the match against Toho Institute, I recommend you 
punch shots that from the ground and only use Sankakutobi 
for aerial shots. 

Japan vs Canada 

Difficulty: Very Easy.
Best Players: None.

The Canadian team, like Malaysia, has no players so 
they will not cause any problems.
It's relatively easy to score goals, just enough
to use the large repertoire of special shots in your 
team in the enemy area.
For shots from the opponent, just punch them away. 
But if the opponent's attack is constant, use the 
Sankakutobi you so that you avoid problems.

Japan vs Belgium 

Difficulty: Very Easy.
Best Players: None.

The Belgian team is as weak as the Malaysian or Canadian team so 
it will not be difficult to win.
On the attack, use your special shots inside 
the area and you will not have any problem scoring a lot of goals 
against the Belgian team.
When you mark them, you'll most likely recover the 
ball quickly. Even if they get to shoot on your 
goal, Wakashimazu can punch them away.
If the opponent's attack is too constant, it is better 
to use the Sankakutobi.

Japan vs Spain 

Difficulty: Easy.
Best Players: MF Argos

For this match, you must be careful with Argos' shots, 
against which you must use the Sankakutobi. If not 
you'll have problems throughout the match.
The shots of the other Spanish players can be 
easily stopped by punching them, but if 
the ball isn't coming back to you, avoid any 
mishaps by using the Sankakutobi to prevent your 
goalie from getting worn out.
To ensure you score goals you can use the Overhead Kick 
(Misugi), Eagle Shot (Matsuyama), Skylab Twin Shoot (Tachibana
brothers), Drive Shoot (Tsubasa), Tiger Shot (Hyuuga) and Twin Shoot 
(Tsubasa and Misaki).

Japan vs Portugal 

Difficulty: Easy.
Best Players: FW Chalana

In the Portuguese team, the most dangerous player is Chalana, against 
his shots you have to use the Sankakutobi with Wakashimazu.
With the other players just punch their shots away, but if you want to
avoid complications use the Sankakutobi against shots when the attack is 
too constant.
However be aware of the guts of your goalkeeper, because 
when he runs out of guts he is easy prey to any shot.
To score, simply use the best of our arsenal - the Overhead Kick (Misugi),
Eagle Shot (Matsuyama), Skylab Twin Shoot (Tachibana brothers), Drive 
Shoot (Tsubasa), Tiger Shot (Hyuuga) and Twin Shoot (Tsubasa and Misaki).

Japan Vs England 

Difficulty: Regular.
Best Players: DF Robson
 		     FW Lineker

In this game you have to use Sankakutobi with
Wakashimazu for any type of shot so you 
avoid trouble.
Take time to attack in a way that the guts of your 
goalkeeper will last until the end of the game.
If you use Misaki in the team alongside Tsubasa, 
you can use your Combi Play and so you can move 
easily towards the goal.
You have to avoid Robson marking you, as it is very
difficult to pass him, so you'd better attack down the
wing, so you can avoid running into the tough English defender.
To score you can use the Overhead Kick (Misugi), Eagle Shot 
(Matsuyama), Skylab Twin Shoot (Tachibana Brothers), Drive Shoot 
(Tsubasa), Tiger Shot (Hyuuga) and Twin Shoot (Tsubasa and Misaki).

Japan vs Poland 

Difficulty: Regular.
Best Players: FW Macher

The greatest danger in the Polish team is Macher. 
He is extremely fast which will make marking him
hard work.
Usually any Polish player can score if you 
try to catch or punch any of their shots, so use
the Sankakutobi with Wakashimazu for any enemy shot.
Be very careful because if Wakashimazu ,runs out of guts
he will be easy prey for any shot. Therefore I suggest you
do not rush when attacking and take your time, so that way
your goalkeeper can replenish his guts.
If you have Misaki, use him with Tsubasa 
to move down the field with his Combi Play.
To score goals, you can use the Overhead Kick (Misugi) 
Eagle Shot (Matsuyama), Skylab Twin Shoot (Tachibana Brothers) 
Drive Shoot (Tsubasa), Tiger Shot (Hyuuga) and Twin Shoot (Tsubasa and 
Misaki).

Japan vs Italy 

Difficulty: Difficult.
Best Players: GK Gino Hernandez

This game is tough because Italy has an extremely good
goalkeeper who will be very difficult to score a goal against. 
If you have obtained Taro Misaki, you can use him to 
easily reach the Italian goal with Combi Play.
To score goals you can use the Drive Shoot, Tiger Shot, Twin 
Shoot or, if you've already got it, the Neo Tiger Shot. 
You may also seek to obtain the Drive Tiger Twin Shoot, using it 
in time when Tsubasa and Hyuuga are aligned.
Keep in mind that if you try to punch a shot away it
will score easily, so it is best that you use the Sankakutobi.
When Wakashimazu runs out of guts he will be easy prey 
for any enemy shot. Therefore I recommend that you take your
time attacking, thereby your goalkeeper can recover lost guts. 

Japan vs Uruguay 

Difficulty: Regular.
Best Players: MF Ramón Victorino

The Uruguayan team's attacks are quite good, so use 
Sankakutobi with Wakashimazu for any shot that reaches your goal.
You must be careful with the guts of your goalkeeper so
take your time to attack when you have possession. 
For this, it's most convenient to use the Combi Play with Tsubasa 
or Misaki.
The Uruguayan goalkeeper is pretty average so Overhead Kick
(Misugi), Eagle Shot (Matsuyama), Skylab Twin Shot (Tachibana 
Brothers), Drive Shoot (Tsubasa), Tiger Shot (Hyuuga), 
Twin Shoot (Tsubasa and Misaki) and Neo Tiger Shot (Hyuuga) will be 
your best weapons for this match.

Japan vs Argentina 

Difficulty: Difficult.
Best Players: MF Juan Diaz
              * Drive Shoot
              * Overhead Kick
              * Diving Head
              FW Alan Pascal

The attacks of the Argentine team always end with Diaz. 
However, don't think that the other players 
could also score. You have to use the Sankakutobi 
with Wakashimazu for any enemy shot, but be 
careful not to wear your goalkeeper out because if he has
less than 200 guts, he'll be easy prey for the Argentine attack.
As in the game with Italy and Uruguay, it is advisable 
you take your time to strike. For it, you can use the 
Combi Play of Misaki and Tsubasa.
To score against the Argentine goalkeeper you can use the Overhead Kick 
(Misugi), Eagle Shot (Matsuyama), Skylab Twin Shoot (Tachibana
Brothers), Drive Shoot (Tsubasa), Tiger Shot (Hyuuga), Twin Shoot 
(Tsubasa and Misaki) and Neo Tiger Shot (Hyuuga). 

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Quarter finals:
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Japan Vs Uruguay / Argentina / Italy 

In this part you will face whichever of the three teams
you didn't face in the group stage.

The strategy is the same as in the group stage.

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Semifinals:
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Japan vs France 

Difficulty: Difficult.
Best Players: FW Louis Napoléon
              * Cannon Shoot
              * Eiffel Kôgeki + Pierre 
              MF-Elle Sid Pierre
              * Slider Shoot
              * Overhead Kick
              * Diving Head
              * Eiffel Kôgeki + Napoléon

This match is difficult due to the relentless attack of the French. 
This will make your goalkeeper quickly run out of guts.
Keep in mind that the Sankakutobi with Wakashimazu 
can just stop everything when he has at least 200 
guts, and whilst you should continue to use the 
Sankakutobi even with 0 guts, this will be to virtually no avail.
What you have to do is that when you recover the ball, 
you keep it for as long as possible with the Combi Play of
Tsubasa or Misaki, so we can give a recharge to your 
goalie.
To score you can use the Overhead Kick (Misugi), Eagle Shot 
(Matsuyama), Skylab Twin Shoot (Tachibana Brothers), Drive Shoot 
(Tsubasa), Tiger Shot (Hyuuga), Twin Shoot (Tsubasa and Misaki) and Neo 
Tiger Shot (Hyuuga).

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Grand Final:
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With the arrival of Wakabayashi your team looks like this:

Starters:

FW-Masao Tachibana
FW-Kojiro Hyuuga
FW-Shun Nitta
MF-Kazuo Tachibana
MF-Tsubasa Ozora
MF-Mitsuru Sano
DF-Hiroshi Jito
DF-Makoto Soda
DF-Shingo Takasugi
DF-Hikaru Matsuyama
GK-Ken Wakashimazu

Substitutes:

Teppei Kisugi
Hajime Taki
Mamoru Izawa
Ryô Ishizaki
Takeshi Sawada
Kazuki Sorimachi
Jun Misugi
Tarô Misaki

Yuzo Morisaki
Genzo Wakabayashi

Genzo Wakabayashi is below Morisaki in the substitute players.

Japan Vs West Germany

Difficulty: Very Hard.
Best Players: GK Deuter Müller
              MF Franz Schester
              MF Hermann Kaltz
              * Diving Head
              FW Manfred Margas
              * Diving Head
              FW Karl-Heinz Schneider
              * Fire Shot
              * Overhead Kick
              * Diving Head

In this game, you will have in Genzo Wakabayashi on your team,
who is quite strong.
You have to decide if you want to play with Wakabayashi or not. 
In the end it doesn't make much difference.
Wakabayashi can easily stop any shot that isn't from 
Schneider, no problem. On the other hand, Wakashimazu can 
stop any shot with his Sankakutobi. However, once he 
run out of guts he'll be easy prey to any German player. 
I usually use Wakashimazu personally, but if I see his 
energy will not last for the second half, I change to
Wakabayashi.
Of the German players, only Schneider will be dangerous, others 
will not be a problem. For this reason you must try to get the 
ball before it reaches the excellent German.
The German goalkeeper is very powerful so your only option is
to be insistent with the Neo Tiger Shot of Hyuga or Twin  
Shoot of Tsubasa and Misaki, as they are the best shots 
that can score.
To reach the goal without complications, you just need to have 
Misaki on the pitch to do his Combi Play with Tsubasa.
I recommend that in the second half you use Jun Misugi 
as a central defender, as he has an extraordinary pass cut
stat with which he can stop even Schneider's Fire Shot.
Don't wear down Misugi's energy, when you get the ball with
him the pass quickly to another of your players so you may
take time to fully recover him.
Although it is a bit risky, we can also try to get the 
Drive Tiger Twin Shoot, shooting when Tsubasa and
Hyuuga are aligned.
After winning this match, you will see the ending of the game. 
It varies slightly depending on whether you have obtained Taro Misaki or not.

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4. Characters and Techniques:
***********************************


* Tsubasa Ozora (Nankatsu / Japan) 
-Diving Head
-Drive Shoot 
-Overhead Kick
-Twin Shoot
-Combi Play
-Drive Tiger Twin Shoot 

* Ken'ichi Iwami (Nankatsu)

* Hiroshi Nagano (Nankatsu)

* Tsuyoshi Oda (Nankatsu)

* Masato Nakazato (Nankatsu)

* Teppei Kisugi (Nankatsu / Japan) 

* Mamoru Izawa (Nankatsu / Japan) 
-Diving Head

* Hajime Taki (Nankatsu / Japan) 

* Shingo Takasugi (Nankatsu / Japan) 

* Ryô Ishizaki (Nankatsu / Japan)

* GK. Yuzo Morisaki (Nankatsu / Japan)
 
* Minoru Takei (Minamiuwa)

* Tetsuo Ishida (Minamiuwa)

* Makoto Soda (Azumachi / Japan) 
-Kamisori Shoot (Razor Shoot)

* Kazuo Tachibana (Hanawa / Japan) 
-Twin Shoot
-Gemini Attack 
-Skylab Hurricane
-Skylab Twin Shoot 

* Masao Tachibana (Hanawa / Japan) 
-Twin Shoot
-Gemini Attack 
-Skylab Hurricane
-Skylab Twin Shoot  

* Mitsuru Sano (Hirado / Japan) 

* Hiroshi Jito (Hirado / Japan)
 
* Hikaru Matsuyama (Furano / Japan) 
-Eagle Shot
-Overhead Kick

* Kojiro Hyuuga (Toho / Japan) 
-Diving Head
-Tiger Shot 
-Overhead Kick
-Gôin Na Dribble (Forcible Dribble)
-Tiger Tackle
-Neo Tiger Shot 

* GK. Ken Wakashimazu (Toho / Japan)
-Sankakutobi Catch (Triangle Jump)

* Kazuki Sorimachi (Toho / Japan)
 
* Takeshi Sawada (Toho / Japan)
Head -Diving

* Shun Nitta (Japan) 
-Hayabusa Shoot (Falcon Shoot)

* Tarô Misaki (Japan) 
-Diving Head
-Overhead Kick
-Twin Shoot
-Combi Play

* Jun Misugi (Japan)
-Diving Head
-Overhead Kick

* GK. Genzo Wakabayashi (Japan)

* Argos (Spain)

* Chalana (Portugal) 

* Macher (Poland)
 
* Lineker (England) 

* Robson (England) 

* Ramon Victorino (Uruguay) 
-Overhead Kick

* GK. Gino Hernandez (Italy)

* Alan Pascal (Argentina) 
-Argentina Golden Combi

* Juan Diaz (Argentina) 
-Argentina Golden Combi
-Drive Shoot 
-Overhead Kick 

* Louis Napoleon (France) 
-Cannon Shoot 
-Eiffel Kôgeki (Eiffel Tower Attack)

* Elle Sid-Pierre (France) 
-Slider Shoot 
-Eiffel Kôgeki (Eiffel Tower Attack)

* Manfred Margas (West Germany) 
-Diving Head 

* Hermann Kaltz (West Germany) 
-Diving Head 

* Franz Schester (West Germany) 

* GK. Deuter Müller (West Germany)

* Karl-Heinz Schneider (West Germany) 
-Diving Head 
-Overhead Kick 
-Fire Shot 


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5. Description of Special Techniques: 
**************************************************

Diving Head: A header from 'halfway up'.
It costs 80 guts.

Goin na Dribble: A dribble exclusive to Hyuga where he uses his 
physical strength to overcome the opponent. 

Overhead Kick: A move known worldwide as "Chilean" or 
"Chalaca". This is a shot that is executed when the ball is higher
than the head and the player has his back to goal. 
It costs 80 guts.

Hayabusa Shoot: A fast shot, but without effect, which is done by 
Nitta. It costs 200 guts.

Drive Shoot: A shot where the ball reaches a high 
height and then suddenly swoops down. Used in
this game by Tsubasa and Diaz. It costs 200 guts.

Twin Shoot: A volley from two players where they hit the ball 
at the same time and give it a vibratory motion. Used by
Tsubasa, Misaki and the Tachibana brothers. It costs 120 guts.

Gemini Attack: This a technique used by the Tachibana brothers
where both do a combination of passes to avoid opponents marking
them. This technique can only be seen when you face
Hanawa, but you cannot use it in the Japanese team.

Skylab Hurricane: In this play by the Tachibana brothers, 
one brother uses his legs to push the other through the
air and header the ball. This technique can be
seen when you face Hanawa, and you can use in the 
Japanese team if you put Jito in the team. 
It costs 200 guts.

Skylab Twin Shoot: This spectacular play sees Jito use
his legs to drive the Tachibana brothers, who use a flying Twin 
Shoot. It costs 200 guts.

Eagle Shot: A powerful long-range shot by Hikaru 
Matsuyama where the ball travels along the ground. It costs 200 guts.

Kamisori Shoot: In this shot by Soda, the ball goes to the 
side and then makes a sharp curve. 
It costs 200 guts. 

Tiger Shot: A shot by Hyuuga with high speed and strength.
It costs 300 guts.

Neo Tiger Shot: An improved version of Tiger Shot from Hyuga 
with greater speed and force than its predecessor. To
get this shot, Hyuuga had to train with a black ball that was
three times heavier than a normal one. It costs 380 guts.

Sankakutobi: Save by Wakashimazu, where he jumps off one of 
the goalposts to make it more likely to catch the 
opponent's shot. It costs 200 guts.

Combi Play: Tsubasa and Misaki make a one-two to avoid the 
opponents and move down the field.
It costs 60 guts.

Drive Tiger Twin Shoot: This shot is a combination of Tsubasa's
Drive Shoot and Hyuga's Tiger Shot. Along with the Neo Tiger
Shot and Fire Shot, this is one of the most powerful shots in
this game. It costs 250 guts.

Cannon Shoot: A shot made by the French striker Napoléon. 
This shot is characterized by carrying a strong bullet effect
which makes it difficult to stop.

Eiffel Kôgeki: Pierre and Napoléon make a one-two to advance 
easily down the field.

Slider Shoot: This shot is from the French captain Pierre. His Slider
Shoot has a similar effect to the Drive Shoot, difference is that with
the Slider Shoot the ball rises at a lower height and goes down with a
much more pronounced curve. 

Fire Shot: This is a powerful shot by Karl-Heinz 
Schneider. The Fire Shot is a shot which has a
tremendous strength and rotation, making the ball appear to 
burn due to the friction.  

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6. Tips, Curiosities, Tips and special codes:
************************************************** ***********

#######
Tricks:
#######

> Finding Taro Misaki 

After finishing the game against Toho Institute is a screen
where there is a drawing of a building which we will call 
the hotel.

At the bottom of the screen you will see the first two options
is 'Yes', which makes you start searching for Tarô 
Misaki, while the second is 'No', leaving the 
search for later.

As you'll look for Taro Misaki, choose Yes.

After choosing Yes, four options are displayed:

1- What location?: This option will allow you to go to
somewhere in France to go in search of Misaki.

2- Ask, listen: When you choose this option there are
two more options will appear, 'Misaki' and 'Pierre'.
Both options will allow us to see cards of those players.

3- Search: This option lets you search the city that you choose in
'What location?'.

4- Leave: This option allows you to stop the search, to do it
at the end of another game.

This time we choose the option 'Search'. Now we'll choose the
location.

Now four options appear. Choose the second (Paris),
and the image of the team hotel changes to the image
of the Arc de Triomphe.

After, four options will appear again. Choose search, 
two new options appear, which are:

1-Cursor: A cursor which brings up a place in which we
have an image for our search.

2-End: Allows you to exit the search menu. 

This time, choose Cursor. After that ,place a cursor at the entrance of the
Arc de Triomphe and then press the A button. After, the two 
previous options appear. Choose the second to go to the search menu.

Again, the four options which start appear. 
We will choose the third (Montmartre). Once we have chosen, the image of 
the Arc de Triomphe changes to the image of
stairs, where a person appears. Again, the four options at the start appear.
Choose the search option.

After, two options appear. Choose the first, 'Cursor', then
place the cursor where the person is.
Press the A button. After that, two options appear. Choose the second,
'search', to exit the menu.

Again the four options on the screen at the start appear.
Choose the first, and then choose the fourth option 
of the following. Then two options appear.
Choose the second to exit the menu without searching. 
But instead of leaving the menu, Munemasa 
Katagiri appears. Then four options at the start appear again. 
Choose search, then two options appear. Choose the 
first, then place the cursor that appears in 
screen in the breast pocket of Munemasa Katagiri then
push the A button. Next, choose the second option.

Again you'll return to the screen with the four options at the start.
Choose the first and then choose the fifth. 
The image of the landscape changes, Munemasa Katagiri appears
in the image with a stadium at the same time. 
The four options you start with appear.
Choose the third, and then choose the first one. 
Then place the cursor that appears on 
screen in the central entrance of the stadium after you 
enter the field. 

Then the four options at the start appear. 
Choose the search option, then the second of the two options
that appear that appear. On the field, the captain of the French team,
El Cid Pierre appears. The four options at the start appear.
Choose the third, and then the Cursor option. After that, place the
cursor in Pierre's mouth, then choose the second option after the 
next two appear.

Now again you'll see on screen the four options at the Start. 
Choose the first, and select the sixth option, which will change
the image of Pierre on the field to an image of the Louvre.

Then it the four options at the start appear. Choose the third
and then choose the second, then Taro Misaki's father appears. 
After that, the four options the start appear. Choose the third,
then choose the first and then place the cursor in Misaki's father's
mouth and press the A button. After that, choose the 
second option of the two that appear to exit the search menu. 
  
After this, the four options at start appear. Choose the first 
option in the menu and then select the seventh option. 
Once you have chosen the option, the image changes from the Louvre to 
the Eiffel Tower. After, the four start options appear.
Choose the third, then choose the first and place the cursor under
the famous tower. After it, two options appear. Choose the second
to leave the search menu.

To finish the process, we choose the second option of 
four appear, then choose the first option which is 
'Misaki', then four options which appear. 
Choose the first option, and finally, choose the first of 
all the options that appear below.

Thereupon we can appreciate the emotional reunion of the golden duo.

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Game Genie codes:
###################

These codes can change any player on our team.

Our Players

GK: 03FA
02: 040C 
03: 041E 
04: 0430
05: 0442
06: 0454 
07: 0466 
08: 0478 
09: 048A 
10: 049C 
11: 04AE

Lock Values:

00-Nameless (Nishikigaoka)
01-Tsubasa Ozora (Nankatsu)
02-Teppei Kisugi (Nankatsu)
03-Hajime Taki (Nankatsu)
04-Izawa Mamoru (Nankatsu)
05-Ryo Ishizaki (Nankatsu)
06-Takasugi Shingo (Nankatsu)
07-Yuzo Morisaki (Nankatsu)
08-Ken'ichi Iwami (Nankatsu)
09-Hiroshi Nagano (Nankatsu)
0a-Tsuyoshi Oda (Nankatsu)
0b-Masato Nakazato (Nankatsu)
0c-Tetsuo Ishida (Minamiuwa)
0d-Minoru Takei (Minamiuwa)
0e-Makoto Soda (Azumachi)
0f-Masao Tachibana (Hanawa)
10-Kazuo Tachibana (Hanawa)
11-Hiroshi Jito (Hirado)
12-Mitsuru Sano (Hirado)
13-Hikaru Matsuyama (Furano)
14-Kojiro Hyuga (Toho)
15-Takeshi Sawada (Toho)
16-Ken Wakashimazu (Toho)
17-Kazuki Sorimachi (Toho)
18-Taro Misaki (Japan)
19-Jun Misugi (Japan)
1a-Genzo Wakabayashi (Japan)
1b-Shun Nitta (Japan)
1c-Diaz (Argentina)
1d-Pascal (Argentina)
1e-Chalana (Portugal)
1f-Gino Hernandez (Italy)
20-Louis Napoleon (France)
21-Elle Sid Pierre (France)
22-Karl-Heinz Schneider (West Germany)
23-Hermann Kaltz (West Germany)
24-Manfred Margas (West Germany)
25-Franz Schester (West Germany)
26-Deuter Müller (West Germany)

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Passwords:
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Normal keys:
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> Nishikigaoka:

Pa Ne Ke Zo Te	E Bo Fu Pi Mo	O Chi He Me Te Mo 
Ri Me To Ra Hi	U Gi Ka Ri Ne	Ku Ka Ke Ne Hi Chi

> Minamiuwa

Pi Ke Sa Zo Te 	E Bo Ho Pi Mo	Chi Fu Ga Za Ni Mo
Ne Tsu Ni Ra Pe	Bo Ge Ka Ri Ne	Ne Tsu U Ne Nu Chi

> Azumachi

Pu Ge Ta Zo Te	E Bo Fu Pi Mo	Mu Za No Ni Ha Mo
Wa Pa Hi Ra Sa	Re Ze Ka Ri Ne	Ku Re Yu No Hi Chi

> Hanawa:

Pe Ro To Zo To	E Re Hi Pi Mo	Chi Yu Mu Be Ma Mo
Ba Zo Ma Ra Hi	Mo Bu Ka Ri Ne	Ne Pu Te Hi Mu Chi

Gu Ga To Zo To	E Re Fu Pi Mo	A Yo He Zo Ho Mo
Chi Ba Ma Ra Sa	Pe Bu Ka Ri Ne	Ku Bo I Ha Nu Chi

> Meiwahigashi:

Ge Ga Ko Zo To	Ku Nu Ma Pu Mo	Chi Ni Go Be Ri Mo
Be Bu Ri Ra Pe	Pe Gu Ka Ru Fu	Pa No Ba Ne Gu Chi

Ge Ga Ko Zo To	Ku Bo Ma Pu Mo	Chi Ni Go Be Ri Mo
Te Bu Ri Ra Po	Pe Gu Ka Ru Fu	Pa Te Ba Ne Gu Chi

> Hirado:

Ya Wa Ta Zo Na	Ku Re Hi Pu Mo	A Zu Ze Ka Gu Mo
Ta U Gu Ra Fu	Nu Zo Ka Ru Fu	Pa Zo Nu Ha Ji Chi

He Pi Ta Zo Na	Ku Re He Pu Mo	Chi Ji Ga Ka Gu Mo
Wa E Gu Ra Shi	Nu Zo Ka Ru Fu	Ne Bo Ha Ha Ga Chi

> Furano:

Se Pa Nu Zo Na	Ku Bo Fu Pu Mo	Chi Sa Ri Ko Ba Mo
Ru O Zo Ra Pe	Ji Pi Ka Re Mi	Ne Sa Pe Ne Ga Chi

Ho Ya Nu Zo Ni	Ku Bo Ho Pu Mo	Chi Sa No Tsu I Mo
Ke E Zo Ra Gu	Bo Pi Ka Re Fu	Ne To Sa Ne Re Chi

> Toho:

Ji Ke So Zo Ni	Shi Ki Fu Pe Mo	Mu Go Ga Ha Pe Mo
Ni Te Pu Ra Gu	Yo Ze Ka Re Mi	Pa Ba Yo Ha Bu Chi

Yo Chi So Zo Nu	Shi Nu Ho Pe Mo	Mu Go Go Me Pe Mo
Re Na Pu Ra Gu	Ki Zo Ka Re Mi	Ku Pi So Ha Pi Chi

> Toho Institute

Ta Bi Ko Zo Ne	Ne Nu Fu Yu Mo	A To Bu Gi Ji Ra
Re Go Ta Ra Fu	Sa Be Ka Ro Ge	Ro Ko Sa Hi So Chi

Ta E Ke Zo Nu	To Bo He Ya Mo	Mu Nu Ze Yu No Ra
Shi Yo Ko Ra ShiMa Zu Ka Ro Ro	Ro Ni Zu No Ke Chi

> Malaysia:

Ba Pi Ge Zo Ho 	Zu Bo Ma U Bo 	A Te Bu Zo Pi Ri
Bu Yo Mi Ru Pe 	So Ze Ka Go E 	Ro So Zo Hi Nu Te

Ba No So Zo He 	Ge Nu Ma U Ji 	A Te Zo Ni Bo Ri
Mi Ke Ma Ru Sa 	So Ze Ka Go E 	Ro So Ta Bo Na Te

> Portugal:

A Ya Se Zo Ne	Ne Nu He Yu Mo	Mu Me Ri Me Ji Ra
Mu Shi Mo Ri Sa	Re Zo Ka Ga Ge	Ro Mu O Ha Mu Tsu

A Ke Shi Zo Ne	Ne Bo He Yu Mo	Mu Me Ri Be Za Ra
Pi Bi He Ri Gu	Re Zo Ka Ga Ge	Ro Mu Tsu Be Ma Tsu

> Spain:

A Su To Zo No	Fu Bo Ho Yo Mo	A Zo Bu Se Bi Ra
To Su Mo Ri Gu	Yo Pa Ka Ga Bi 	Ro Za Pa Bo Ma Tsu

Ze Na Ni Zo Ha 	Mi Nu Ho Yo Mo 	A Zo Ga Ru Ka Ra
Tsu Gi Ni Ri Pe Yo Pa Ka Ga Bi 	Pa Zu Gu Ne Hi Tsu

> England:

Ze Wa To Zo Ha 	Mi Re Hi Yo Mo 	A Zo No Me Bi Ra
Pa Zu He Ri Pe 	Yo Pa Ka Ga Bi 	Pa Ji Pa Hi He Tsu

A To Shi Zo Ne 	Ne Nu Hi Yu Mo 	Mu Me Ga Pu Mo Ra
Fu A Mo Ri Gu 	Re Bu Ka Ga Zu 	Ro Mu Bu Bo No Tsu

> Poland:

Ze Ga To Zo No 	Mi Bo Ma Yo Mo 	A Zo Ze Be U Ra
To Go Ni Ri Pe 	Yo Pa Ka Ga Bi 	Ro Za Shi No Na Tsu

Ze No Na Zo No 	Mi Re Ma Yo Mo 	A Zo Ga Ka E Ra
Po Chi Hi Ri Hi Ma Bo Ka Ga Bi 	Ro Za Te Bi No Tsu

> Belgium:

Ba Wa Hi Zo Ho 	Bi Ki Hi U Bo 	A Se Mu Se Pa Ri
Yu Re Ka Ri Pe 	Yo Ji Ka Go E 	Pa Sa Pe Ha Mu Te

Ba Po He Zo Ho 	Zu Nu Hi U Pe 	A Se No Zo Ba Ri
I Mu Ta Ri Sa 	Yo Ji Ka Go E 	Pa Sa Pu No Mi Te

> Canada: 

U Su Yo Zo He 	Ra Nu He A Bo 	Mu Ri He Tsu Hi Ri
Bu Ha Chi Ri Gu Ge Ba Ka Ge Po 	Ro Ra Zu Be Ke Tsu

U Chi Fu Zo Ho 	Zu Nu Ho U Bo 	A Ke Bu Ko Pa Ri
Na Ho Ke Ri Pe 	Mo Go Ka Ge E 	Ro O Zo Ha Ni Te

U Chi Fu Zo Ho 	Zu Ki Ho U Bo 	A Ke Ga Ni Pi Ri
Na Ho Ke Ri Hi 	Mo Go Ka Ge E 	Ro O Zo Ha Ha Te

> Uruguay:

Zo Wa Su Zo Fu 	Ro Nu Hi A Bo 	A Ni No Se Mu Ri
Shi Ma I Ri Pe 	Yo Ze Ka Gu Pa 	Pa Te Hi Hi Yo Tsu

Bu Chi Su Zo Mu E Ku Ma Ka Bo 	A Ni Ga Tsu Be Ru
Ta Ne E Ru Hi 	Yo Ze Ku Zu To 	Ne Te He Ne Se Te

O Ga Ma Zo Mu 	Wa Re Ho Ka Bo 	A Shi Bu Se Bo Ru
Ba E Wa Ru Sa 	Te Za Ku Zu To 	Ro Ku Ta Bi Ta Te

> Argentina:

E Ga He Zo Ma 	Bi Re Ho E Bo 	A O Ze Yu Ko Ri
Zo Su Mi Ru Hi 	Mo Shi Ku Go Ku Ro A Ya Hi Ge Te

E Mu He Zo Ma 	Bi Bo Ho E Bo 	A O Go Tsu Shi Ri
Nu Sa Mi Ru Hi 	Mo Ge Ku Go Ku 	Ro A Bi Hi Ro Te

Na Pa Su Zo Mi 	Po Re He Ka Gu 	A Shi Zo Pu Ru Ru
Ru Go Pi Ru Ge 	Yo Go Ki Zu To 	Ro Ku Pi Ha Sa Te

> Italy:

Zo Ga Su Zo Fu 	Ro Ki Ma A Bo 	A No Ze Ha Me Ri
Ge Ha Pe Ri Hi 	Yo Ze Ka Gu Pa 	Ro Tsu Gu Hi Pe Tsu

Tsu E No Zo Hi 	Ra Re He A Ji 	A Ya Bu Yu Hi Ri
Hi Tsu Go Ri Pe So Gi Ka Gi Pa 	Ro Pi Shi Bi Gu Tsu

> France:

Ni Bi Ta Zo Mo 	E Ku Ya Ku Re 	A Te Gi Za O Ru
No Mi Ru Re Po 	Ji Ma Ka Zo Mi 	Pi Ta Na Bo Ge To

Ni Ro So Zo Mo 	E Pa He Ku Gu 	A Te Za Se Se Ru
Ho Ha Gi Re Po 	Ji Ji Ki Zo Fu 	Ga So Gi Hi Re To

> Germany:

Nu Ku To Zo Ri 	Ta Pa He Ko Gu 	A Ga Gi Ni Po Re
Be Bi Su Re Ge 	So Bu Ki Bi Ro 	Ga Ri I Ne Su To

Ki Ke Me Zo Ru 	Ne Ro Ho Ko Bo 	A Ha Ze Gi Pi Re
So Gi Sa Re Gu 	Ba Ze Ku Bi Ro 	Ga Ni Ku Bi Ku To

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Special keys:
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> Toho

Ma He Ko Zo Ji	Mi Ne Ho To Mo	Mu Shi Ri Ko Po Ga
Mo Nu Ro Ga Gu	Nu Zu Ka Yo Bi	Ga Bi Hi Hi Me Nu	

> Level E:

Tsu Ba Sa Ha Tsu Yo I Tsu Yo I	Tsu Yo I Tsu Yo I
Tsu Yo I Tsu Yo	I Tsu Yo I Tsu	Yo I Na O O O

> Pass:

Bu Bu Bu Bu Po	Po Po Po Po Po	Po Po Po Po Po Po
Po Po Po Po Po	Po Po Po Po Po	Po Po Po Po Po Po

> Macher:

E No Me Gi Zu	Bu Ru No Hi Sa 	Se Te Me Ko Ko Bu
I Fu Mu No Be	Pi Pi Sa Ki A	A He So Go Ma Bi

> Toho Institute:

O Na Ne Zo Tsu	U Ka He A Go	Mu Ra Chi Ma Tsu Me
Ra Mu Mo Mu Hi	Ro Ro Ka Ra Nu	Ki O Ku Bo E Ta

Yo U Ro Tsu Pa 	Ni I Ki Ta I 	Na Yo U Ro Tsu Pa
Ni I Ki Ta I	Na Yo U Ro Tsu 	Pa Ni I Ki Ta I

Wa Mu Te Zo Ku	Ne Ha Ho Za Gu 	Chi Ro Zo Yu Ru Zu
Fu Yu Ki Gu Gu 	Ma Su Ki Wa Ge	Gu Yo Wa Bi Ko Nu

Ta Pa Ne Zo Na	Shi Bo He Pe Mo	A So Ze I I Mo
He O U Ra Ge	Mo Pi Ka Re Mi	Ku E A Bo Po Chi

> Canada:

Mo E Ro Mo E 	Ro Mo E Ro Mo	E Ro Mo E Ro Mo
E Ro Mo E Ro	Mo E Ro Hi Yu	U Ga Ko Ji Ro U

O Tsu To Ko Re	Ha Mi Su Ki Tsu	Ku Ta Su Ko A Me
Mo O Shi Yu U	To Te Ku Mo Ha	O Mo Shi Ro I Yo

> Poland:

Tsu Ba Sa Hi Yu	U Ga Mi Sa Ki	Mi Su Gi Ma Tsu Ya
Ma Shi Yu Na I  Ta A Pi E E     Ru Wa Ka Ba Ya Shi

> Portugal

O O Zo Ra Tsu 	Ba Sa O O Zo 	Ra Tsu Ba Sa O O 
Zo Ra Tsu Ba Sa	O O Zo Ra Tsu	Ba Sa Yo Ro Shi Ku

> Hanawa:

Pe Pe Pe Pe Pe	Pe Pe Pe Pe Pe	Pe Pe Pe Pe Pe Pe
Be Be Be Be Be	Be Be Be Be Be	Be Be Be Be Be Be

> France:

Ka Sa Sa Sa Sa	Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa	Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa
Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa	Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa	Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

> England:

Te Ku Mo No Ge	I Mu Ha O Mo	Shi Ro I Te Ku Mo
No Tsu Ba Sa Ha	O Mo Shi Ro Ku	Te Sa I Ko U Yo

> Germany:

Ki Ya Pu Te Tsu	Ba Sa I I I 	I I I I I I
I I I I I I	I I I I I	I I I I I I

Bo Ku Ha O O	Zo Ra Tsu Ba Sa	To Mi Sa Ki Ta Ro
U Fu Ta Ri So 	Ro Tsu Te Yu U 	Shi Yo U Shi Yo U

Bo Bo Bo Bo Bo	Bo Bo Bo Po Po	Po Po Po Po Po Po
Po Po Po Po Po	Po Po Po Po Po	Po Po Po Po Po Po

> Nishikigaoka:

Pa To Ne Zo Tsu	U Ka Fu Pa Ru 	Ze Ta He Ho Tsu Me
Ra Mu Te Mo Sa 	Yo Pi Ka Ra Nu	Ki O Ku Hi Sa Ta


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Special moves:
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> Drive Twin Tiger Shoot:

To use this shot, the opponent's goalkeeper has to
catch or punch one of your shots at a time when 
Tsubasa and Hyuga are near to each other, in the same 
vertical line as each other.

Unlike later versions of the game, an animation will not
be displayed saying that you have it. Therefore, if you want to know
if you have the shot, then pass Tsubasa the ball to see if you have 
a new shooting option.

You will only have four minutes to perform this shot, then 
it simply disappears from Tsubasa's shooting options.

The probability that this shot displays is 1/8.

This is a powerful shot by Tsubasa and it costs 200 guts.

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Note:
There's need to have a certain level for Tsubasa and Hyuuga 
for this special move. Nor is it necessary to shoot many times
on goal for the shot, it's enough if you make a single 
shot as long as you comply with what I said above. 
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Tips, advice and trivia:
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> Play with Jun Misugi:

Jun Misugi is a player who has really high skills. 
However, we can not use him for an entire game. 
If we do so, in the following game, his guts will be at zero 
from the start.

The right thing to do is to play him alone for a long time without 
abusing his excellent game.

Because of his high defensive stats, I think 
his best position is centre back, but he can also 
be quite useful as a midfielder or striker.

When he has the ball, it is better not 
to keep it, just pass on to another player. Misugi can only 
make about three or four plays, after that his guts 
will go to zero.

Misugi's Overhead Kick is quite strong and can be used 
against weak to intermediate goalkeepers, but keep in mind that Misugi 
cannot do many offensive plays, else he runs out of guts.

> See levels, guts and skills of your players:

To see the level and skills of your players, simply 
press the Start button at the meeting 
before the game, or at halftime.

> Make combinations:

The only combination that can be used is the Combi Play of
Tsubasa and Misaki.

For this special combination, once you have obtained 
Taro Misaki put him on the team with Tsubasa.

The combination will be available when Tsubasa or Misaki 
marked by a player of the opposing team.

In that time, press "down" to select the play and then 
press the A button to execute it.

For some reason, the Gemini Attack of the Tachibana twins which 
you see in the Nankatsu Vs Hanawa match is not 
available on the Japanese team.

> Go up two levels in one game:

This trick can be done only once, before the 
Nankatsu Vs Azumachi game.

To achieve this, just score six goals with the player you 
want to level up.

After finishing the match, the player will go up two levels.

You can perform this trick a second time if a player's level does not 
rise after he rises two levels.

> Secret cutscenes:

After finishing the match Nankatsu vs. Toho, press the A button 
when the question marks appear "?" during
conversations, and then press left or right 
so you can see extra cutscenes. In total there are
three question marks.  Two appear when Tsubasa and Hyuuga
are on screen. The third appears when Sanae's face is on screen.

> Get Hyuga's Neo Tiger Shot:

Kojiro Hyuga's Neo Tiger Shot can be obtained from the second 
game of the group stage of the junior tournament, which means to 
say it is available from the third game with the
Japanese team.

To obtain this special shot, Hyuga's Tiger Shot
has to be saved several times in one game.

Hyuuga can score in the game, but it would be much better not 
to because that could alter obtaining the new shot.

The result of the match is not important. You can 
win, lose or draw the match. Hyuuga's level doesn't matter,
the only important thing is the condition I mentioned above.

If you did it right, after the match the image of a black ball
appears. This is related very much to the manga and anime,
where the coach Kira Kozou gives Hyuga a heavy ball in black
for him to train and get his Tiger Shot stronger.

The Neo Tiger Shot costs 380 guts.

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Note: 
In theory, you could also get the Neo Tiger Shot from the
Nankatsu vs. Toho game. However, you'd have to level up 
often until Morisaki can stop the Tiger Shot. 
Considering this, Hyuuga could also get the Neo 
Tiger Shot from the Japan Vs Toho Institute match, although for this 
you'd need a low level so that your Tiger Shot didn't work. 
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> Make the Skylab Twin Shoot in the Japanese team:

To use the Skylab Hurricane, you have to get 
Jito in the team, thereby replacing Skylab Hurricane 
with the Skylab Twin Shoot.

You should get this technique because in practice 
the Skylab Twin Shoot is much stronger than 
Skylab Hurricane.

> Take special dribbles:

The only special dribble the game is the Goin na Dribble, which is 
only used by Kojiro Hyuuga who performs it by default. That 
means it always appears without you having to do anything, 
as if it were an ordinary dribble.

Through this special dribble Hyuuga can use your strength to knock 
away all opponents who dare to mark it.

> Critical Shoot, Critical Head and Critical Volley:

These techniques appear randomly whenever you make a shot,
a header or volley, empowering them to the extent that they're
on the level of a special shot despite their simplicity.

> Critical Tackle:

This technique appears randomly whenever you make a tackle, 
making it more powerful and therefore more effective.

> Critical Punch and Critical Catch:

This technique appears randomly and improves the punching and catching of our 
goalkeeper, making them able to stop or clear certain shots that normally 
would cause them problems.

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7. Miscellaneous
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> The Dream Team:

In my opinion the ideal team would be armed as follows:

Formation: 4-3-3

GK- Deuter Müller 

02- Makoto Soda

03- Hiroshi Jito

04- Hikaru Matsuyama

05- Robson

06- Juan Díaz

07- Louis Napoléon

08- Elle-Sid Pierre

09- Kojiro Hyuga

10- Tsubasa Ozora

11- Karl-Heinz Schneider

> Data sheet:


Name: Captain Tsubasa I

Creator: TECMO

Game type: RPG / Soccer

Console for which it was created: NES / Famicom

Release year: 1988  

Original Character Design:

Takahashi Yôichi

Character Design: 

Niwakamaru
Suuji
Uma
Akira Yamashimizu
Ranmaru
Pakko

Organizers:
                   
Akai Kitsune
Fighter Atomi
Uma
Niwakamaru
Yocchan
Eiken
Mashita

Sound:
                   
Moa Yama-san




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8. Acknowledgments and final words:
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Special thanks:

- Yoichi Takahashi for creating Tsubasa Captain.
- TECMO for creating this excellent game.
- GameFAQs for letting me upload this guide.


I hope this has been good for all of you for, thanks for reading.

Any questions or suggestions can be sent to the following
E-mail:

- eonleader4@gmail.com
- eonleader@googlemail.com

See you soon.

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