Simple Series Vol.39 Shouboutai guide

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Aug 22, 2008
  1. deathfisaro
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    This is such a fun game I'm gonna make a mini-guide so people can enjoy it better =)

    Characters:
    There are three characters in the game. They have different stats, different leveling speed, different strengths and weaknesses.
    Doesn't make ton of difference who you use, core gameplay stays the same.
    The order of leveling speed is girl > 1st guy > 2nd guy

    The stats are:
    Health, Speed
    Stamina, Firefighting
    Fire resistance, Skill
    I think they're pretty self-explanatory.

    The menu:
    The top selection is start mission. Sometimes events occur, you can tell they're events because stat requirements will be shown below the description instead of time limit.
    The second selection is training; which basically means replaying previous missions. You can renew your high scores, gain exp, etc.
    The third selection is information. It has a sub-menu which goes: Events, Awards, Equipments, and Sound Option.
    The last selection is save.

    The equipments:
    There are four equipments you can use; Water pump, foam nozzle, Impulse, and axe.
    Water pump have bottomless supply of water, automatically refills when you are not firing. When you use it up, you can't fire until it fully recharges.
    The foam nozzle sprays a chemical mix that puts off fire more efficiently than water, but has a limited supply.
    Impulse shoots water with compressed air, effectively putting out fire.
    Axe is used to destroy locked doors.

    The missions:
    Firefighting missions: Very straightforward. Put out fires until you reach 100%. Put out fires as fast as you can for S rank.
    Rescue missions: Rescue set number of unconscious people. Time is the key, but on some missions you also have to put out 100% fire in order to get S rank.
    Mix missions: Mix of the above two. Do it as fast as you can.
    Boss missions: Put out boss fire [​IMG]. Also aim for 100% if you want S rank.

    List of awards:
    3 awards for getting B,A,S on all level 1 missions.
    3 awards for getting B,A,S on all level 2 missions.
    3 awards for getting B,A,S on all level 3 missions.
    3 awards for getting B,A,S on all level 4 missions.
    3 awards for getting B,A,S on all level 5 missions.
    One for getting 3+ B on rescue/mix missions.
    One for getting 5+ A on rescue/mix missions.
    One for getting 6+ S on rescue/mix missions.
    One for getting 2+ B on event rescues.
    One for getting 3+ A on event rescues.
    One for getting 4+ S on event rescues.
    One for getting one of your characters to level 30.

    I'm missing two awards, I assume they have something to do with post-game special training missions. I'll update as soon as I find out.

    Post-game:
    Not much I guess. Pretty much just getting all awards?

    Post questions if you have any.
     
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    Thanks for the guide! I'll be using it soon! [​IMG]
     
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    I must say... I never even thought about trying this.

    Any other games in the Simple Series that we should know about?
     
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    There are like 42 so far, so some of them gotta suit your taste.
    For me, it was sudoku & illust logic ones (#7,28), #23 is Puzzle Quest, #27 was fun except you need to know Japanese well, #31 was very disappointing, #35 is pretty fun.

    But personally, this is the best simple series game I've played.
     

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