This game is mobile device friendly and Iphone compatible. Enjoy!
Instructions and Keyboard Controls towards bottom of page.
Click “Game Reset” or F12 to Start Game
If you grew up in the 80’s you shouldn’t need instructions!! You might find some help at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Atari_2600_games and look up the game you need assistance playing.
Click “Game Reset” or F12 to Begin/Restart Game
Arrow Keys – Move
Space bar to fire/action button
VIDTEC VC 1002 SNEAK'N PEEK Instructions U.S. Games Corporations A Subsidiary of The Quaker Oats Company 1515 Wyatt Drive Santa Clara, California 95054 Sneak'n Peek Game Variations Sneak'n Peek is a one or two player hide and seek game designed to be played on the Atari Video Computer System or the Sears Video Arcade. There are four variations of the basic game and two levels of difficulty to increase your enjoyment and test your skill. Sneak'n Peek is played in and around a spooky old house with a large yard and three weird rooms. Each room, including the yard, is a separate scene: - a living room - a pink bedroom - a blue bedroom - the yard Each scene contains up to five hiding places. That makes a total of twenty hiding locations. Some of them are in really strange places, and some of the locations can change depending on the level you select. The game always begins in the living room with player one standing in the corner and covering his eyes. Player two may sneak in to any of the five hiding places in the living room or exit through the door to another scene. To enter another room or go out-of-doors, move the player through the doorway and a new scene will appear. When a hiding place is found, simply move the joystick and the hiding place will pull the player in, making him invisible. If you don't like the hiding place and want to move to another, then before the player is all the way into the hiding place, hold down the Red Button while moving the Joystick and the player will back away. A timer keeps track of how long it takes the player to hide. Once the player is hidden, the computer will signal the other player to begin seeking the sneaky hider and his counter will begin counting. Player two must peek in the hiding places. When player one has been found, player two will automatically be pulled into the hiding place and the timer will stop. Immediately the living room scene will reappear and the roles will automatically reverse. Player two can then hide while player one covers his eyes in the corner. (You will probably want your opponent to really cover his own eyes while you are hiding your player so that he can't sneak a peek.) With practice, you will be able to find and remember all of the hiding places, and be able to fine your opponent in less time than he takes to find you when it is your turn to hide. If a friend isn't available to play, the computer will be happy to hide from you. It knows all of the hiding places and is very sneaky. [Screen Shot of Living Room scene: Timer up top, Door black rectangle on left side of screen, Seeking Player in corner with hands over eyes, and Hiding Player in front of blue couch.] Sneak'n Peek Game Variations Game 1 One Player Game Fixed Hiding Places Computer Hides Game 2 Two Player Game Fixed Hiding Places Players Both Hide Game 3 Two Player Game Variable Hiding Places* Players Both Hide Game 4 Two Player Game Fixed Hiding Places Computer Hides * 3 fixed hiding places and 2 variable hiding places. The 2 variable hiding places can change from their standard positions to new positions in the same scene. They change every time a player enters the scene to hide. Instructions 1. Connect the Atari Video Computer System or Sears Video Arcade following the manufacturer's instructions. 2. Install the Joystick controls. The Left Joystick controls the dark color player and the Right Joystick controls the light color player. For game variation number one, only the Left Joystick control is used. 3. Insert the cartridge, making certain that the power is OFF. 4. Move the power switch to ON. 5. Select the game variation of your choice. Continuous activations of the SELECT switch will cycle the unit through four possible game variations. Refer to Sneak'n Peek Game Variations chart. 6. Select the desired level of difficulty. The Left Difficulty Switch controls the Left Joystick and the Right Difficulty Switch controls the Right Joystick. The difficulty levels are: Position A - Most difficult game play. (Expert) The size of the hiding place is very small and entry can be gained only by moving the player in a specific direction. Position B - Least difficult game play. (Novice) The size of the hiding places is much larger and entry into the hiding places occurs independent of the player's direction of movement. 7. Sneak'n Peek has two timers, one for the hiding player and one for the seeking player. The seeking player's timer is four times slower than the hiding player's timer. The hiding player's timer counts up; the seeking player's timer counts down. 8. To reset the game at any time, simply depress the RESET switch on the Atari Video Computer System or Sears Video Arcade. Diagrams of Hiding Places (including direction required to enter each hiding place and whether it each is a variable or fixed hiding place.) Living Room Under Blue Couch (up, fixed) Behind Blue Couch (left, fixed) Bottom of Room Left (down, fixed) Bottom of Room Right (down, variable) Corner of Room, Right-side of Couch (up, variable) Blue Bedroom Under Side of Pink Bed (up, fixed) Under Foot of Pink Bed (up, fixed) Left Side of Room Bottom (left, variable) Right Side of Room (right, variable) Closet Right Side (right, fixed) Pink Bedroom Under Side of Blue Bed (up, fixed) Under Foot of Blue Bed (up, fixed) Closet Left Side (left, fixed) Room Floor Center Left (up, variable) Room Floor Center Right (up, variable) The Yard Left Side of House (right, fixed) Right Side of House (left, fixed) Walkway (up, fixed) Right of Front Door Under Windows (up, variable) Right Side of Yard (right, variable) Look for more Vidtec videogames wherever you buy game cartridges. Drop us a note and we'll be glad to add your name to our mailing list and keep you posted on new Vidtec game cartridges when they become available. USG Vidtek U.S. Games Corporation A Subsidiary of The Quaker Oats Company 1515 Wyatt Drive Santa Clara, California 95054 ATARI and Video Computer System are trademarks of Atari, Inc. VC 1002 Copyright 19812 U.S. Games Corporation. Printed in Taiwan. Manual typed by Lafe Travis.
Emulation on mobile devices will drain your battery quite fast. I recommend playing while device is plugged into charger.