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FM 365-7A CONFIDENTIAL
CONFIDENTIAL FM 365-7A
Delta Force Manual Addendum
ADDITIONAL SETTINGS Turbo: Turning turbo on will increase the frame
rate of the game at the expense of a slight degradation in terrain detail. If your screen seems like it is having trouble keeping up with game, you should use this setting.
DEFAULT MESSAGE MACROS
The game provides you with some preprogrammed messages that you can send by pressing the T key followed by F1-F10. Add additional text, if desired, then press the Enter key to send the message. In the Settings Menu, you can change any of these default messages.
Table of Contents
Additional Settings Default Message Macro Expanded Game Screen Additional Keyboard Commands Multiplayer Hosting Options Cooperative Games Deathmatch Games Team Deathmatch Games King of the Hill Games Team King of the Hill Games Capture the Flag Keyboard Layout 8 9
F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8
The package is secure. Prepare to assault on my mark. Snipers take the higher ground. Gunners go for the flags. Guard the base. I need backup now! Mess with the best, Die like the rest! You dont want none of this!
F9 Is that all you got! F10 Son, Its gonna be a long day!
The printed manual contains all essential information about setting up and playing Delta Force. This supplemental manual expands on the information provided therein. In addition, the NovaLogic web site will have further detail on NovaWorlds Online games. www.NovaLogic.com
DELTA FORCE FIELD MANUAL
5. Situational Icon A profile of your soldier appears at the top of the screen to help quickly identify your body position.
Stand 1. Health Bar If you have the Player Health Setting on "Easy", your current health will be represented by this bar. 2. Current Weapon Selected This section displays the weapon that your are holding, the firing mode that it is in, the number of magazines, and number of rounds you have remaining in the current magazine. The box to the right of the magazines is filled in when you have a round in the chamber. 3. GPS Map Press F9 (color map) or F10 (contour map) to bring up your Global Positioning Satellite overhead map.
6. Compass Heading The dial indicates the cardinal direction that you are currently facing. The color of the center dot represents your team side. The direction of your next waypoint is connoted by a green dot. In a Capture The Flag game, the direction of the your flag bay appears as a team colored dot. 7. Grid Coordinates/Items The left hand box shows your current grid location as seen on your Command Map (C key). Any mission item you pick up is listed in the right hand box. Drop this item by pressing the D key. 8. Waypoint Indicator This box indicates the code name and distance in meters to your next waypoint (a predetermined location given to you during the mission briefing). 9. Forward Observer Camera Press F9 to bring up your Forward Observer view. You can cycle through your view and that of your teammates with the TAB key.
4. Information Link Important information, such as current mission orders and status of your squad, will be transmitted over your radio. Text sent from other players in a multiplayer game will appear here as well.
10. Mission Information This area details the name of your Delta Force Operative, the current mission and a mission timer (if appropriate to the mission type).
ADDITIONAL KEYBOARD COMMANDS
C This key brings up the full screen Command Map. Grid coordinates overlay the terrain, shows way points, lines to waypoints, and all other pertinent information known to the player. This key toggles Friendly Tags on/off. This allows you to quickly see which people on the battlefield are your teammates. This is a line-by-line listing of the Mission goals which must be accomplished in order to achieve mission success, as well as any "don't do" items which will result in mission failure. As goals are accomplished, the appropriate lines will change color. This key brings up an in-game window showing the complete single player/cooperative mission orders. For Capture the Flag games only, this key will cycle only through the flags that you need to pick up. Whereas the "W" key still cycles through all flags and flag bays, including your own. This key will bring up a list of recent messages.
What follows is some additional information on multiplayer game types. NovaWorld has unique game levels designed for a higher number of players (Visit the NovaWorld site for more details).
In this game, you replay Single Player missions where your computer-controlled squadmates are replaced with human players. This gives you the opportunity to practice real team tactics against familiar situations. Most Delta Force training at Fort Bragg involves working with a team to overcome simulated terrorist attacks. Play the same scenario multiple times to see how different team strategies work. Note that you can play any mission as cooperative regardless of whether you have gotten to it in single player mode or not. However, in cooperative play the mission will be harder than the single player version to compensate for additional human players. Generally this means an increase in the number of enemies encountered.
ADDITIONAL HOSTING OPTIONS
Allow Friendly Fire: You have the option of making your teammates invulnerable to your weapons by turning Allow Friendly Fire off Allow Team Tags: Your teammates names, or tags, will appear when you put your crosshairs over them when you have this option set to On. Select Off to turn off all of the names. You can also toggle this feature in the game by pressing the F key.
*NOTE: Although listed in the printed manual, Ammo Respawn and Time Out Box are no longer valid options.
All players are competing against each other to gain the high score by eliminating the most opponents. The person with the highest kills isnt necessarily the best. Delta Force has little interest in an operative that loses his own life recklessly. Highest score is determined by: Kill Friendly Kill yourself Killed by opponent Kill opponent Kill opponent with a head shot Kill opponent using only a knife -4 -+1 +2 +3
Team King of the Hill:
As per King of the Hill, but your time gets added to that of your team. Look for the Friendly Fire Warning X so that you dont kill one of your own teammates.
Capture the Flag:
Flags are represented by a triangle symbol on the GPS and Command map. You are part of the red team or the blue team and your objective is to grab the other teams flag by running over it and return it to your teams Flag Bay (represented by a colored circle). At the same time, you need to defend your own flags from your opponents. Some variations have multiple flags that must be retrieved. The waypoint indicator will help guide you to the flags and back to your flag bay.
Players are put on the Blue team or the Red Team. Get your squad in line or they may cost your side points. Be careful not to shoot your own teammates. Scoring is the same, but only the team total points is displayed.
King of the Hill:
In this scenario, players win by occupying a certain area for a specific duration of time (set by the game host). The hot zone shows up as a red circle on your GPS map. Although your time in the zone is cumulative, leaving the hot zone will cause your timer to start to count backwards. (Note, this rule has changed from the printed manual). The size and number of hot zones will vary depending on which map the host chooses.
1st PERSON POV HELP Esc KNIFE F1 SIDEARM F2
CROSS HAIRS ON/OFF
1st PERSON GUN ON/OFF
3rd PERSON EXTERNAL VIEW
3rd PERSON FIXED ANGLE VIEW
3rd PERSON FIXED LOCATION VIEW
PICTURE IN PICTURE
FORWARD OBSERVER VIEW
GPS COLOR MAP
GPS CONTOUR MAP
LETTER BOX ON/OFF
WINDOW FULLSCREEN PAUSE
F8 FRAG LASER GRENADE DESIGNATOR
F12 CYCLE WEAPONS
PRIMARY WEAPON Mode ONE 3 Mode TWO 4 Mode THREE 5 TALK T MISSION GOALS G
SECONDARY WEAPON Mode ONE 6 TEAM TALK Y Mode TWO 7 Mode THREE 8
1 CYCLE FLAGS Q
0 MISSION ORDERS O CAM LEFT L CAM DOWN CAM UP P
MAP MAP ZOOM IN ZOOM OUT + ZOOM CAM IN [
Insert STAND Delete
MPG HOST SCREEN Home CROUCH End
Page Up PRONE Page Down
/ LOOK UP 8 LOOK LEVEL 5 LOOK DOWN 2
CYCLE FORWARD OBSERVERS CAM Tab
CYCLE WAYPOINT W TOGGLE SCOPE S
E DROP ITEMS D
RECENT MESSAGES R FRIENDLY TAGS F
ZOOM CAM OUT ]
7 TURN LEFT 4
9 TURN RIGHT 6
Caps Lock WALK Shift SHOOT Ctrl
AUDIO COMMAND A
KILLS/PLYRS LIST K
/ Shift '
Enter WALK MOVE FWD
COMMAND CYCLE VIDEO BINOCULARS MAP RESOLUTION MODE C V B
CHANGE MAGAZINE M
1 SHOOT STRAFE LEFT BACK UP STRAFE RIGHT 0
FIELD MANUAL NO. 12-9
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Intro.... 2 Install.... 3 Settings... 5 Gear.... 8 Game Controls... 10 Keyboard Layout....12 Game Screen...14 Single Player Missions...16 Multiplayer Games...17 Credits...20 Technical Support...22 Legalese...23 HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY OCTOBER 1977
FM 365-7 CONFIDENTIAL
In October of 1977, the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-DELTA was secretly formed to deal with the growing threat of world terrorism. At Fort Bragg, elite Delta Force operatives, recruited mainly from the 82nd Airborne, Special Forces Green Berets and U.S. Army Rangers, rigorously train in hostage rescues, specialized reconnaissance and other counter terrorism techniques. Highly skilled in CQB (Close Quarters Battle), armed with the best equipment, and able to infiltrate as civilians, Delta Force is ready to deal with the most dangerous world threats. Due to the extremely sensitive nature of these low-visibility missions, the U.S. Department of Defense still does not officially acknowledge the existence of Delta Force.
INSTALLING DELTA FORCE
The AutoRun program will automatically load itself and run each time you insert the Delta Force CD into your CD-ROM drive. Delta Force uses an Install Wizard to place the necessary files on your hard drive. Before you begin installing the game, close all programs that your computer may be currently running. 1) Place the game CD into your CD-ROM drive and close the drive door. The AutoRun program will now take over. If you have turned off the AutoRun feature or if the AutoRun fails to launch automatically, double-click on the My Computer icon on your desktop and then double-click on your computers CD-ROM drive letter. This should launch the Delta Force AutoRun. 2) Click the mouse on one of the menu choices, or type the letter corresponding to the underlined hot key. 3) At the beginning of the installation program you are given the opportunity to select a destination folder for the game. A default is typed in the window for you. Press the Enter key to select the default destination. Otherwise, select your own folder name. If the folder you specify does not already exist on your hard drive, the Install program will create it for you. Further installation instructions will appear on-screen.
4) If there is enough free hard drive space at the destination site, the program will copy the files from your Delta Force CD-ROM. An on-screen progress meter displays the completion percentage as the program transfers the files. 5) The install procedure automatically adds a NovaLogic folder to your Windows Start Menu under the Programs heading. The Delta Force sub-folder within the NovaLogic folder contains an application short-cut icon for the game. The install also places a Delta Force shortcut icon on your desktop. 6) If your system does not already have DirectX installed, you will need to install it now. Select Install DirectX from the AutoRun program, then follow the on-screen instructions. You will need to restart your computer to activate DirectX before you can play Delta Force. To start Delta Force, double-click on the Delta Force shortcut. You can also go to the programs directory or Start Menu and double-click on the Delta Force program icon.
The Settings screen allows you to reconfigure several elements of game play.
GENERAL SETTINGS Mouse Sensitivity: Increases how responsive your mouse is. Flip Mouse: Reverses Look Up/Look Down movement on the mouse controls. Colors: Choose between 256 color (for faster video) or 16 million (for True Color.) A Pentium II is recommended for 16 million colors. Turbo: Turning turbo on will increase the frame rate of the game at the expense of a slight degradation in terrain detail. If your screen seems like it is having trouble keeping up with game, you should use this setting.
Resolution: Select from 320 x 240 to 800 x 600. A Pentium II is required for 800 x 600. Windowed: Play the game in either a Window on your desktop or full-screen. SFX Volume: Sets the volume level of game sound FX. Paying close attention to the subtle sounds around you is a vital survival skill of a Delta Force soldier. Music Volume: Sets the volume level of the music in the menus. Dialogue Volume: Sets the volume of voices in the game. DIFFICULTY SETTINGS Enemy AI: Select Hard to make the enemy use more complex tactics. Player Health: Select Easy to show a health bar which will allow you to take multiple hits. Squad Members: Select Off if you want to brave a mission on your own. Tracers: Select Off if you dont want to see the bullet trails from fired weapons.
Friendly Fire Warning: Select Off to remove the Red safety X that appears when you target your team members. Power Ups: Select this option to have extra crates of ammo, grenades and First Aid supplies in a mission. GPS Icons: By Default, each mission shows icons for certains enemies on the GPS Map. You can select to Show Friendly to see only your team mates or Show Everthing to see all enemies in a mission. REMAP KEYBOARD This screen allows you to reconfigure what action the keys and mouse will control. Select the command with your mouse and follow the instructions on the right side of the screen. MESSAGE MACROS To effectively communicate with fellow players, you can pre-set messages with the Macro Keys. During the game press the T key to talk, hit a function key then hit return and the preset text will be sent.
F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 The package is secure. Prepare to assault on my mark. Snipers take the high ground. Gunners go for the flags. Guard the base. F6 I need backup now! F7 Mess with the best, Die like the rest! F8 You dont want none of this! F9 Is that all you got! F10 Son, Its gonna be a long day!
Delta Force Operatives are outfitted with the best weapons to get the job done.
M4 5.56mm Carbine
and attached M203 40mm Grenade Launcher with 4x Scope, 30 round magazine, 18 grenades. Standard issue general purpose assault rifle.
MODE 1 Key 3: Burst M4
MODE 2 MODE 3 Key 5: Key 4: Single shot M203
Heckler & Koch 9mm MP5 submachine gun
with integral suppressor and 30 round magazine. This short-range weapon is geared for close quarters battle.
MODE 1 Key 3: Full Auto
MODE 2 MODE 3 Key 5: Key 4: Single shot Burst
M249 SAW (Squad Automatic Weapon)
MODE 1 Key 3: Semi auto MODE 2 Key 4: Full auto
with 200 rounds per box. Light machine gun for high firepower infantry support.
Remington 7.62mm M40A1 sniper rifle
with 8x Scope and 5 round magazine. Precision shooting at great range for sniper missions.
Barrett Light.50 caliber sniper rifle
with 8x Scope and 10 round magazine. Heavy yet powerful for ranged penetration sniper missions.
SECONDARY WEAPONS 2 Satchel charges
with radio detonator.
MODES: KEY 6 Place satchel KEY 7 Use radio detonator
SIDEARMS Special Operations.45 Pistol
7 round magazine. Reliable standard issue sidearm.
2 M18 Claymores
with motion sensors and Clacker (Remote firing device).
MODES: KEY 6 Motion Sensor Claymore KEY 7 Radio detonator Claymore KEY 8 Use radio detonator
High Standard.22 Pistol
9 round magazine. Virtually silent, high accuracy pistol for up-close and quiet takedowns.
STANDARD GEAR 6 Fragmentation Grenades
2 LAWs (Light Antitank Weapon) One shot portable anti-armor rocket launcher.
For designating targets for artillery strikes.
Ka-Bar Knife Double Ammo Load
For primary weapon.
Mouse Controls Look up/down, turn left/right (Full Screen Mode only) Left Mouse Button Right Mouse Button Middle Mouse Button Fire Weapon Toggle Scope (if available) Cycle Weapons
Arrow Keys Shift+Arrows Space bar Delete End Page Down B C D G M O R T Y
Move forward/backward, Strafe left/right Walk Jump Stand Crouch Lie Prone Binocular Mode Command Map Drop Items Control S Back space Fire Weapon Toggle Scope* Cycle Weapons
(excluding weapons) 5 Mission Goals Change Magazine 6 (Discards remaining ammo 7 in current magazine) 8 Mission Orders 9 Recents Messages 0 Talk Team Talk
Knife Sidearm Primary Weapon Mode 1 Primary Weapon Mode 2* Primary Weapon Mode 3* Secondary Weapon Mode 1 Secondary Weapon Mode 2* Secondary Weapon Mode 3* Fragmentation Grenade Laser Designator
*If applicable to current weapon
VIEWS AND GENERAL GAME CONTROLS
F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 Help First Person POV Cross-hairs on/off First Person Gun on/off External View (3rd person) Fixed Angle View (3rd person) Fixed Location View (3rd person) Picture in Picture Forward Observer View. L ; [ P ] = Tab Q W V Scroll lock Home F H K Pause Pause Game A Track Cam down Track Cam left Track Cam right Zoom Cam in Track Cam up Zoom Cam out Zoom Map in Zoom Map out Cycle Forward Observer Cameras Cycle Enemy Flags Cycle Waypoints Cycle Video Resolution Toggle Windows/Full Screen mode Multiplayer Host screen Friendly Tags on/off Toggle Turbo on/off Multiplayer kill/Players list Play Audio Command
F10 GPS Color Map F11 GPS Contour Map F12 Letter Box on/off Keypad 2 Keypad 4 Keypad 5 Keypad 6 Keypad 8 Look down Turn left Look level Turn right Look up
GAME SCREEN 8 9
1. Health Bar If you have the Player Health Setting on "Easy", your current health will be represented by this bar. 2. Situational Icon A profile of your soldier appears at the top of the screen to help quickly identify your body position.
Stand Crouch Lie Prone 3. Current Weapon Selected This section displays the weapon that your are holding, the firing mode that it is in, the number of magazines, and number of rounds you have remaining in the current magazine. The box to the right of the magazines is filled in when you have a round in the chamber.
4. GPS Map Press F9 (color map) or F10 (contour map) to bring up your Global Positioning Satellite overhead map.
5. Information Link Important information, such as current mission orders and status of your squad, will be transmitted over your radio. Text sent from other players in a multiplayer game will appear here as well. 6. Grid Coordinates/Items The left hand box shows your current grid location as seen on your Command Map (C key). Any mission item you pick up is listed in the right hand box. Drop this item by pressing the D key. 7. Waypoint Indicator This box indicates the code name and distance in meters to your next waypoint (a predetermined location given to you during the mission briefing). 8. Compass Heading The dial indicates the cardinal direction that you are currently facing. The color of the center dot represents your team side. The direction of your next waypoint is connoted by a green dot. 9. Forward Observer Camera Press F9 to bring up your Forward Observer view. You can cycle through your view and that of your teammates with the TAB key. 10. Mission Information This area details the name of your Delta Force Operative, the current mission and a mission timer (if appropriate to the mission type).
Global Positioning Satellite Map (GPS)
Initial/Final waypoint Waypoints
(next waypoint blinks)
Building Vehicles Red team flag
(Capture the Flag)
Teammates with facing indicator Enemies with facing indicator
Blue team flag
SINGLE PLAYER MISSIONS
Click Single Player Game to view the Campaign Selection screen. From here you can choose to play any of the five campaigns. After you have completed a campaign mission, you will be able to replay it at any time by selecting it in the right hand box. Click Accept to begin your mission. TIPS FOR SUCCEEDING AS A DELTA FORCE OPERATIVE Focus on your objective. Trying to kill every sentry you see can get you killed. Be patient. Shoot only when you have a clean shot, otherwise you will give away your position too early. Dont shoot your squadmates, youll need them.
NovaWorld: NovaWorld servers support large multiplayer games with dozens of players. NovaWorld can be accessed through your Internet browser by selecting Default Browser. Select Mini Browser in the Connect Via box if your web browser can not connect to NovaWorld (for example certain versions of AOL do not support NovaWorld). Although less functional than most browsers, the mini-browsers small size and single purpose dedication allows it to load quicker than other browsers. You must use the Mini Browser if you have set your browser so that it wont accept cookies. NovaLogic is dedicated to periodically updating NovaWorld with new features and enhancements. Every time you log onto NovaWorld, it will automatically check to see if you have the latest software and prepare an update, if needed. Internet: Smaller multiplayer games can be hosted over the Internet apart from NovaWorld. Select Host to start a game from your computer. If you wish to find a game, you must first type in the IP Address of the hosts computer in the Internet Address box, then hit Search to find the game. You will need to type in the correct password if the Host has opted to password protect the game. LAN (IPX): Several players can simultaneously play over a LAN/IPX network. You will need to type in the correct password if the Host has opted to password protect the game. Only one player is required to have a CD per game. Serial: You can play Delta Force against a single human opponent by using a Serial Cable (commonly referred to as a null-modem cable) to direct connect your two computers. You will need to tell the program which Com Port you will be using. Only one player is required to have a CD per game. Modem: Two players can play Delta Force over a Modem connection. If you wish to host the game, simply press the Host button to go to the next screen. Your computer will then wait for the other player to call in. If you intend to join a game on someone elses computer, type in the phone number of the host in the Phone # box, then press Join. Only one player is required to have a CD per game.
MULTIPLAYER GAME TYPES
Cooperative In this game, you replay Single Player missions where your computer-controlled squadmates are replaced with human players. Most Delta Force training at Fort Bragg involves working with a team to overcome simulated terrorist attacks. Play the same scenario multiple times to see how different team strategies work. Note that you can play any mission as cooperative regardless of whether you have gotten to it in single player mode or not. However, in cooperative play the mission will be harder than the single player version to compensate for additional human players. Generally this means an increase in the number of enemies encountered. Deathmatch All players are competing against each other to gain the high score by eliminating the most opponents. Kill Friendly -4 Kill yourself -1 Killed by opponent 0 Kill opponent +1 Kill opponent with a head shot +2 Kill opponent using only a knife +3
King of the Hill In this scenario, players win by occupying a certain area for a specific duration of time (set by the game host). The hot zone shows up as a red circle on your GPS map. Although your time in the zone is cumulative, leaving the hot zone will cause your timer to start to count backwards. The size and number of hot zones will vary depending on which map the host chooses. Capture the Flag Flags are represented by a triangle symbol on the GPS and Command map. You are part of the red team or the blue team and your objective is to grab the other teams flag by running over it and return it to your teams Flag Bay (represented by a colored circle). At the same time, you need to defend your own flags from your opponents. Some variations have multiple flags that must be retrieved. The waypoint indicator will help guide you to the flags and back to your flag bay. Team preference If the host allows it, you can choose which team to join.
MULTIPLAYER HOSTING GAME OPTIONS
The host of a multiplayer game will be able to set several different options to determine how the game functions.
Server Type: select Server Only if you are not going to play in the game on this computer. Max Player: determines the maximum number of players allowed to join the multiplayer game. Team Selection: Server Chooses will override the individual players choice of sides and make teams even. Score Limit: determines what score must be attained before the game ends and a winner is declared. Time Limit: determines how long a game will last. King of the Hill Time: determines the total cumulative amount of time a player must occupy the hot zone in order to win a King of the Hill game. See Team On GPS: select Yes if you want members of the same team to be able to see icons representing the location of their teammates on the GPS map. Tracers: select Off if you dont want any player to see the bullet trail from fired weapons. Friendly Fire Warning: select Off to remove the safety X that appears when targeting allies for all players. Allow Friendly Fire: you have the option of making your teammates invulnerable to your weapons by turning Allow Friendly Fire off Allow Team Tags: Having this option "off" will not allow players to use Friendly Tags.
DeltaForce Programmed by Daniele Gaetano Menu Programming Vu Truong Character Animation System Mark Davis Additional Programming Randy Casey Kyle Freeman David King Jim Ratcliff NovaWorld Programming John Bojorquez Executive Producer John Garcia Producer Wes Eckhart Project Management David Seeholzer Technical Management John Butrovich Associate Producer Nigel Mills Mission Design Manager Alicia Taylor Senior Mission Designer Mat Jennings Mission Design Dan Chang Keith Butler Jay C. Boone Steve McNally David Merrick Todd Owens Kevin White Art Director Keith Rust Art Troy Adam Lou Garcia Tim Higgins Craig Marschke Mike Maza Rod Parong Keith Rust Chris Tamburrino Jon Tando Jason Tull Motion Capture Animation Rod Parong Dean Fowler Animation Dean Fowler Digital Video Processing Daryl Kimoto Audio Director Tom Hays Sound Design and Dialog Editing Richard Adrian Tom Hays Music Composed by Tom Hays Alan Koshiyama Voices Hany Attia Rory J. Aylward Yevgeniy Jim Blekherman Erwin Darmali Julio C. Diaz Jr. Henry W. Fayson Jr. SGT Oscar Galvin USMC Bryce C. Garcia Michael Glukhov Ramy Hakim Robert Brent Lappin Chris Lauw Malik Mourad Kathy Olson Tonatiuh M. Pacheco Jacqui Sentmanat Arthur Russo Stein Jamie Tardif Alicia Taylor Max Walla
CONFIDENTIAL Dialog Editing Joe Shands Caron Weidner Dialog Recorded at N.S.I Burbank, CA Manual Kevin R. OHara Manual/Packaging Layout and Design Ulises Gerardo Cover Art Hamagami/Carroll Technical Consulting Jeff Beatty QA Management Jeff Moore Lead QA Tony Kotelenets Project QA Lead Ron Amaral Quality Assurance Brian Bekian Jason Bender Seth Christian Daniel Constant Tony Kotelenets Ron De Los Santos John Graham Chris Lauw Jeremiah Maza Douglas Rothman Computer Maintenance Glenn Kronick Motion Capture House of Moves Motion Capture Storyboard Artist Ivan Cat Motion Capture Producer Jarrod Phillips Line Producer Rosa Cays Motion Capture Supervisor James Scanlon Senior Motion Capture Editor Damon Knight
Motion Capture Technician Jonny Ravena Motion Capture Performer Ted Smith Production Manager Chris Bellaci Special Thanks Silvana Dulling Kris Kraves James Lamorticelli Jackie Lay Lee Milligan Lisa Nielsen Dorothy Peters David Pollack Matt Ruhl James Spice Tara Stivers Rozita Tolouey Paul Walkden Jennie Wyatt Karly Young
Special Thanks to the U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Marine Corps Public Affairs Office, Los Angeles California, United States Border Patrol Fire Arms Training Facility Marine Corps Personnel at Camp Pendleton, California. We gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of the Department of Defense, the Department of the Army, and specifically Office of the Chief of Public Affairs, Los Angeles Branch; Advertising and Public Affairs Directorate, U.S. Army Recruiting Command, Fort Knox, Kentucky; Public Affairs Office; U.S. Army Special Operations Command (Airborne), Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Public Affairs Office, U.S. Army Special Forces Command (Airborne), Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
The entire staff at NovaLogic, Inc. thanks you for purchasing Delta Force. NovaLogic is committed to creating quality entertainment software that pushes the technological envelope. NovaLogics technical support staff is ready to assist you. Internet Website: http://www.novalogic.com Visit the NovaLogic website for up-to-the-minute information, frequently asked questions, game updates, previews of upcoming products and screen shots as well as the latest on NovaWorld, our large-scale multiplayer gaming service. Email Support Address: firstname.lastname@example.org You may also email your questions and comments to a member of technical support at any time. To better assist you, please detail your hardware set-up and be as specific as possible regarding any problems you may be experiencing. Technical Support Line: (818) 878-0325 If you need to speak to someone directly, our technical support staff can be reached during normal business hours (Monday through Friday 9AM to 5PM Pacific Standard Time). To better assist you, the technical support staff member is likely to ask questions regarding your specific hardware set-up. Have this information handy. Also, be prepared to explain the exact nature of any problems you are experiencing. For example, write down the exact wording of any on-screen error messages you may be receiving. Fax Support Line: (818) 880-3448 You may fax your questions or comments to a member of technical support at any time, day or night. Be as specific as possible regarding your hardware setup and any problems you may be experiencing.
NovaLogics Limited Ninety-Day Warranty and License Provisions
IMPORTANT: By breaking the seal on the software, you agree to be irrevocably bound to the following terms and conditions. If you do not wish to be bound, promptly return this product in its entirety with the software seal intact and proof of purchase to NovaLogic, Inc., 26010 Mureau Road, Suite 200, Calabasas, California 91302, and a full refund will be made. Limited Warranty on Media NovaLogic, Inc. (NovaLogic) warrants the compact disc on which this product is recorded to be free from reasonable defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of purchase as evidenced by a copy of your proof of purchase. NovaLogics entire liability and your exclusive remedy in the event of such defect will be replacement of the compact disc not meeting NovaLogics limited warranty and which is returned to NovaLogic with a copy of your proof of purchase. NovaLogic will have no responsibility to replace any such compact disc damaged by accident, abuse or misapplication. This policy applies to the initial purchase only. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES ON THE COMPACT DISC, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO NINETY (90) DAYS FROM THE DATE OF DELIVERY. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY BY JURISDICTION. If you and the NovaLogic Tech Support Staff believe you have found any such error or defect during the warranty period please return the defective compact disc together with a dated proof of purchase to NovaLogic, Inc., 26010 Mureau Road, Suite 200, Calabasas, California 91302, for a free replacement. Disclaimer of Warranty on Product YOU EXPRESSLY ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT USE OF THIS PRODUCT IS AT YOUR SOLE RISK. THIS PRODUCT AND RELATED DOCUMENTATION ARE PROVIDED AS IS AND WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND AND NOVALOGIC EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. UNAUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIONS: NOVALOGIC WARRANTS ONLY THAT THE PROGRAM WILL PERFORM AS DESCRIBED IN THE USER DOCUMENTATION. NO ADVERTISING, DESCRIPTION OR REPRESENTATION, WHETHER MADE BY A NOVALOGIC DEALER, DISTRIBUTOR, AGENT OR EMPLOYEE, SHALL BE BINDING UPON NOVALOGIC OR SHALL CHANGE THE TERMS OF THIS DISCLAIMER OR THE LIMITED WARRANTY ON MEDIA SET FORTH ABOVE. NOVALOGIC DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE FUNCTIONS CONTAINED IN THE NOVALOGIC PRODUCT WILL MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS, OR THAT THE OPERATION OF THE NOVALOGIC PRODUCT WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE, OR THAT DEFECTS IN THE PRODUCT WILL BE CORRECTED. FURTHERMORE NOVALOGIC DOES NOT WARRANT OR MAKE ANY REPRESENTATIONS REGARDING THE USE OR THE RESULTS OF THE USE OF THE PRODUCT OR RELATED DOCUMENTATION IN TERMS OF THEIR CORRECTNESS, ACCURACY, RELIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE. NO ORAL OR WRITTEN INFORMATION OR ADVICE GIVEN BY NOVALOGIC OR NOVALOGICS AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE SHALL CREATE A WARRANTY OR IN ANY WAY INCREASE THE SCOPE OF THIS WARRANTY. SHOULD THE PRODUCT PROVE DEFECTIVE, YOU (AND NOT NOVALOGIC) ASSUME THE ENTIRE COST OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. NO CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES: NOVALOGIC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES, EVEN IF NOVALOGIC IS ADVISED OF OR AWARE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THIS MEANS THAT NOVALOGIC SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR LOST PROFITS OR REVENUES, OR FOR DAMAGES OR COSTS INCURRED AS A RESULT OF LOSS OF TIME, DATA OR USE OF THE SOFTWARE, OR FROM ANY OTHER CAUSE EXCEPT THE ACTUAL COST OF THE PRODUCT. IN NO EVENT SHALL NOVALOGICS LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THIS PRODUCT. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
License NovaLogic grants you a nonexclusive, nontransferable license as follows. You are entitled to use this product for your own use, but may not make (except for backup), sell or transfer reproductions of the software or manual to other parties in any way, nor rent, lease, or preview the product to others without the prior written permission of NovaLogic. You may use one copy of the product on a single terminal connected to one particular computer. You are entitled to install and use the multiplayer-only component of this product on multiple computers. You may not reverse engineer, disassemble, or translate the product. For technical support, call 818/878-0325, or visit our website: http://www.novalogic.com 1998 NovaLogic, Inc. Voxel Space, NovaLogic and the NovaLogic logo are registered trademarks and NovaWorld, Delta Force are trademarks of NovaLogic, Inc. SurroundSound decoding hardware required for Dolby SurroundSound, Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks and MMX is a trademark of Intel Corporation. EarthLink is a registered trademark of EarthLink Network, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. U.S. Patent #'s 5,625,759 and 5,550,959. Printed and manufactured in the U.S.A.
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