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CONTENTS 


Meet Hoigle 2 

Meet Moigle 3 

The Mice 4 

Inserting the Disc 5 

Controls 6 

Button Assignment 6 

Speak Menu 7 

Pointing at Things 8 

Action Buttons 10 

The Blue Button 11 

Main Menu 13 

The Kitchen 14 


The Junkyard 14 

Going Online 15 

Dizzy Pads 17 

Crates 18 

Playing Games with Moigle 19 

High Five 19 

How to Use Points 22 

Teaching Moigle 20 

Pause Menu 22 

Credits 23 

Warranty 25 





MEET HOiqlE 

''Uey there, what's tootin? My name's Hoigle, and my 
brother Moigle and I run this family junkyard. Moigle's 
got this crazy contraption he's building in the garage, but 
it appears he's short a couple of pieces. The missing 
components are somewhere in the junkyard and I've got 
to help him find them. And he's going to have to help me 
a loti Moigle's bigger, stronger and faster than I am, so 
if we're going to succeed. I'll have to get Moigle to do 
the right things. I can't do it all on my own. 

Speaking of work, I shouldn't have to tell you that we've got our work cut out for us. 
From that evil Baron Malodorous and his Commando kittens to the strange things 
scattered throughout the junkyard, Moigle and I will be keeping ourselves VERY busy. 
Never mind the fact that Moigle can get pretty darn emotional! 




Keeping an eye on his emotions is pretty easy though. You might think that when 
he's just standing around or playing with his yo-yo that he's just passing time, and 
partially you're right. But if you watch what Moigle's doing, you can pick up on how 
happy/angry/sad/afraid the big lug is. Yep, things are never boring around Moigle, 
that's for sure."" 


In Floigan Brothers', you take the role of Hoigle Floigan. To get most of the 
objectives accomplished during the game, you'll need the help of your brother 
Moigle. Play games with him, point stuff out to him, and teach him new skills - 
all to get him to do what you want. But sometimes, you may have to do something 
Moigle wants before he'll do something for you. 



MEET MOiqlE 

Hi, my name is Moigle. My brother Hoigle is the 
best. But I have to watch out for him. He's always 
asking me to do stuff for him. He says that I know 
everything, so I guess that's why I'm the genius. I'm 
building a top secret project and the pieces I need 
for it are scattered across our junkyard. Now, if 
Hoigle can just help me find where I put them...'" 


Xlf5ERTXrr& THE PXSK 


MICE 

There are three little mice that call the 


Floigan Brothers is a one player game. Before turning the Dreamcast Power ON, 
connect the controller or other peripheral equipment into the control port of 
the Dreamcast. To return to the title screen at any point during gameplay, 
simultaneously press and hold the ©, ©, ©, O, and START buttons. This will 
cause the Dreamcast to soft-reset the software and display the title screen. 




Junkyard their home. From time to time you 
will see them holding up signs with hints. The 
mice will give you a clue how to get the next 
piece of Moigle's machine. To get even more 
help, Hoigle can try to catch one of the mice. 
Run in the direction of the mice and press the 
Red® button to dive at them. If you're close 
enough you'll catch one of them and he'll give 
you a more detailed clue! 




controls 


Use the Analog Stick to move Hoigle around the map. You can interact with 
almost everything in the junkyard and the kitchen, so be sure to walk around 
and see everything! 




Analog Move Hoigle, 

Select Menu Items 

D-Pad Camera Options 

® Enter/Action 

® Cancel/call for Moigle 

O Speak Menu 


© . . Point/Use item in your possession 


speak MENU 

Use the Green o button to bring up the “Speak" Menu. Use the Analog Stick 
to highlight one of the following options. Press © to accept the menu choice 
or press ® to cancel. 


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. CHOOSE 'HUG' TO MAkE HOIGLE HAPPIER. 

. INSULT MOIGIE TO MAICE HIM SAP. 

. ASIC MOIGLE IF HE WANTS TO PLAY A GAME. SEE PAGE IT FOR A FULL PESCRIFTION. 

. ANSWER "YES" TO A QUESTION MOIGLE ASICS. 

. USE THIS COMMANP TO TEACH MOIGLE HOW TO PO SOMETHING. YOU'LL NEEP TO 
USE POINTS TO PO THIS, SEE PAGE 21 FOR AN EXPLANATION ON HOW TO USE POINTS. 

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SCORES 

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. ANSWER ^NO' TO A QUESTION MOIGLE ASICS. 

. VIEW POINT STANPINGS, PARTS RETRIEVEP, AREAS EXPLOREP. 

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HiNT 

You can change the way you view the world with the press of a 
couple of buttons. Press the D-Pad UP + O to see what Moigle 
is up to. Press D-Pad Up + ® to see the world through Hoigle's 
eyes. And don't forget that you can rotate the camera around 
Hoigle by pressing the left and right triggers. 



All right, let's see . . . what's next on the A-Sen-Da? 
Angering Moigle? Okay. 

If you want to make Moigle mad, you've got a couple of ways 
you can do it. The first way is to knock him around with a few 
punches. Be careful though, the big galoot will pound you into 
the size of a baseball and send you flying if he gets his 
hands on you. 


But keep in mind that Moigle's my brother, and I'm not going to 
want to make him mad all the time (how else am I going to get 
him to do the things I want?). This means that I'll have to play 
with him from time to time, give him some of my points, oi — all 
in the name of brotherly love— give him a hugl" 

Press the 'yellow & button to Point at things. 


Hoigle can point at things to make Moigle interested in them. If there isn't 
anything there, Moigle will move to that spot. After pressing the Yellow © 
button, use the joystick to move the yellow arrow around, then press © to 
get Moigle's attention. Press © to cancel. 

The © button is also a "Use" button for any item that has a use while Hoigle 
is holding it. For example, press © to make Hoigle wear a mask. 




Press the Red & button for Hoigle to perform on action. 


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PVrrCH/OIl^E 

. HOiaE WILL PUNCH IF HE IS STAMPING STILL ANP PiVE 

WHEN HE IS running. 

POKE 

. HOiaE WILL POICE AAOIGLE WHEN THEY PLAY TAG. 

&RAB/DROP 

. HOiaE CAN PICIC UP ITEWS, PROP THEW, OR THROW THEM IF 

HE IS running. 

CLXMB 

. HOiaE CAN CLIMP LAPPERS. PRESS © TO GET ON THE LAPPER, 
THEN MOVE HIM UP OR POWN WITH THE ANALOG STiCiC. 

7VMP 

. iF YOU CAN GET MOIGLE P|ZZY WHILE HE'S STAMPING ON A 
PIZZY PAP, HE WILL EVENTUALLY FALL POWN ONTO H|S PACIC. 
HOiaE CAN THEN JUMP ONTO H|S PELLY ANP POUNCE ON IT 

LUCE A TRAMPOLINE. 

OPEW 

. HOIGLE CAN OPEN THINGS.' MOVE HOIGLE TO AN OPJECT, LUCE 

A POOR OR MAILPOX, ANP PRESS © TO OPEN |T. 

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Darn it all! That Hoigle sure can make me mad! Sometimes 
he just walks up to me and punches me for no good reason! I 
usually give the little pip-squeak a warning, but sometimes he 
doesn't realize how far he's pushing 
me! He should know not to toy with my 
feelings! 

Either he's punchin' me to make me 
mad or insulting me to make me cry. 

I tell ya, if he didn't give me apples 
and candy now and then, I'd— POW- 
BANS-BOOM— let him have it."" 



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! OB . . 

. . CALL OR WHISUE FOR WOIGLE. 

OFFER 

. . IF HOIGLE IS CARRYING SOMETHING, PRESS 

THE © PUTTON TO OFFER MOIGLE THAT ITEM. 

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HINT 




There are also some pipes in 
the junkyard. Who knows where 
they might lead... 


The Junkyard is a big place, but there are signs that will 
point you in the right direction. The sign posted next to 
a gate will tell you which lever 
opens it. You'll just have to find 
the lever. 


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From the main menu, you can select from one of five options. "Cookies !" 
will whisk you off to a very entertaining training session in the Floigan 
Kitchen (see page 14). "Moigle's Secret" allows you to begin the main 
adventure in the game once you've completed the kitchen. "Restore 
Same" will only appear if a saved game exists on your current VMU— 
choose this option to continue your adventure. "So Online" will allow you 
to begin an online session where you can chat with other Floigan Brothers 
players and trade Moigles (see page 15). Choose "Options" if you would 
like to configure the various elements of the game. 



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TH6 kiTCHEN 


The Kitchen is where you will learn how Hoigle and 
Moigle interact. Moigle wants to bake a giant chocolate 
chip cookie and it's up to you to help him figure it out. 
Listen to what he's asking for and it should be a 
piece of cookie, I mean cakel The Kitchen is highly 
recommended for those new to the Floigan Experience. 
If you don't have any save game files on your VMU, you 
will want to play through the Kitchen to learn the ropes 
before you move on to the junkyard. 



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The Junkyard is where we run our business. And today the 
first order of business is helping Moigle build his big surprise. 
The seven missing parts are scattered around the junkyard 
somewhere. Keep an eye out for the missing pieces, and watch 
for Moigle's little mouse friends— they'll hold up signs to give 


you hints about where to go and what to do next. 




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qoiNq online 

Floigan Brothers allows you to interact with other players across the Internet 
with the built in Online capabilities of your Sega Dreamcast. While online, you 
can chose from the following options: 


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CHAT THIS IS WHERE YOU GO TO CHAT WITH OTHER PLAYERS APOOT 

floigan BROTHERS, SHARE HINTS ANP TIPS WITH YOUR FELLOW 
PLAYERS WITH THE CHAT OPTION. 

UNLOCK THERE ARE TWELVE TiME-RELEASE APP-ONS TO FLOIGAN 

MONTHLY PROTFIERS™ CALLEP FLOIGAN MONTHLY POWNLOAPS OR FUN 

FEATURES MOiaE THINGS dWal GET THEM ONLINE ANP SEE HOW THEY 

AFFECT THE GAME. 

TRADE IF YOU'VE MISSEP A FMT YOU CAN STILL SEE WHAT HAPPENEP. 

FEATURES GO ONLINE ANP TRAPE FOR |T WITH SOMEONE ELSE. 

TRADE REMEMPER, EVERY MOiaE IS PIFFERENT. PIFFERENT PLAYERS WILL 

ULTIMATELY TEACH MOIGLE PIFFERENT SKILLS ANP GAMES. WANT 
TO PLAY A NEW GAME WITH A PIFFERENT MOiaE? THEN GO 
ONLINE ANP TRAPE RLES WITH OTHERS. 


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To use Floigan Brothers 
online, your Dreomcast must 
be configured with valid ISP 
(Internet Service Provider) 
account information. If your 
Dreamcast does not contain any 
ISP information, just select 

“Go Online" at the main menu and fill out the necessary 
fields. Floigan Brothers makes it easy to jump onlinel. 


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UdXKG DXZZY PADd 


Dizzy Pads can be very useful. For instance, when in 
the kitchen— to get the chocolate, Hoigle should get 
Moigle to stand on the Dizzy Pad. Then Hoigle should 
run 'round and around Moigle. If Hoigle runs around 
fast enough, Moigle will get dizzy and faint. And then 
Hoigle can bounce on his belly like a trampoline to 
jump up to high places. 




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When jumping on Moigle's belly, 
keep pressing the ® Button each 
time you land on Moigle to make 
Hoigle jump even higherl 




CRATES 




As you adventure around the junkyard, you will notice 
that there are four different kinds of crates. They are 
red, blue, green, and yellow. Each box will react to a 
specific mood that Moigle is in. Red boxes open up when 
Moigle is ANSRY. Blue boxes open up when Moigle is 
SAD. Sreen boxes open up when Moigle is VERY, VERY 
HAPPYI And Yellow boxes open when Moigle is AFRAID. 


. 

WHEN YOU SEE A CRATE, YOO NEEP TO GET MOIGLE |N THE RIGHT MOOP. 

WHEN MOIGLE IS IN THE RIGHT MOOP, THE CRATE WILL OPEN UP TO SHOW A PAP. 

MOVE HOiaE ONTO THE PAP, ANP WATCH AS MOIGLE POES SOMETHING COOL.' 

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pLsYiNq qaMES with MOiqlE 

A happy Moigle will do just about anything for his brother Hoigle. But a sad or 
bored Moigle will be more likely to stand around. So how can you make Moigle 
happy? Play a game with him of counsel Bring up the Speak Menu by pressing 
the Green o Button and select "Play?". You can then select from a variety of 
different games. At first you can only play High Five, but as you earn more 
points, you'll be able to teach Moigle all sorts of things (and some of those 
are more games). 




PLAlrlH& NX&H FII^E 


Playing High Five with Moigle is fairly straightforward 
- watch where Moigle puts his hands and follow his 
lead. Press up, down, right or left depending on where 
Moigle's hands are, and then press the Red © button 
if he wants you to give him five (one hand) or the Blue 
© button to give him ten (two hands). Try your best 
to win, but remember— if you miss three times, the 
mini-game is over! 




There're all kinds of games Moigle will play with me. 
Sometimes I have to cheat to win, but hey, the job's gotta 
get done. Points are important. I need lots of them in order 
to teach Moigle new things, and they don't come easy. Moigle 
will give me some of his if I help him find the parts he needs 
or if I do nice things for him.'" 


TCAChXK& MOX&LE 



HINT 


When you win a game with Moigle, you earn points. The 
more points you have, the easier it is to bribe Moigle 
into doing something you want. 


You'll also be able to go to the Speak -> Teach menu 
where you can teach Moigle to do new things. From this 
menu you can teach Moigle to play new games like Tag 
and Hide and Seek. 

You can also teach him to do nifty things like lifting you 
up to high places— just remember: you'll need to feed 
Moigle apples to put him in the right "learning" mood. 


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But you'll need points to teach Moigle tricks, so 
you better play lots of games with him and help 
him find his missing machine parts. 


THE PAUSE MErrU 

The Pause Menu gives you four choices: 
Continue, Save, Restore and Exit. 



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CONTIlfUC GO PACkT TO TVIE GAME WHERE YOU LEFT OFF. 

SAVE YOUR CURRENT PROGRESS (THIS OPTION IS ONLY 

AVAILABLE IF YOU NAVE A VMU). 

AESTORC START OVER FROM THE LAST SAVE POINT. 

EXIT GO MClC TO THE MAIN TflLE SCREEN/START A NEW GAME. 

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VQ CREDITS 

Floigan Engineers: 

Dialog Editing: 

Project Manager; 

Jess Sterzl 

Nick Jones 

J. Mateo Baker 

Andy Ashcraft 

Andrew Leker 

Tim AAeekins 

Nick Verne 

Voice Casting and 

Exec. Producers; 

The Ooga Booga 
Team 

John Elliot 

Direction: 

Greg Thomas 

Leandro Penaloza 


Andrea Romano 

Scott Patterson 

David Lee 

Floigan Character 
Animators: 

Voice Actors: 

VC Tools Engineer: 


Dan Lavender 

Frank Welker as 

Joshua Lee 

A toast to those 

John Neary 

Moigle Floigan 


who have gone: 


Jason Marsden as 

VC Library 

Dave Blanchette 

Background Artists: 

Hoigle Floigan 

Engineers: 

Alex Lopez 

Frank Robbins 

Victor Raider- 

Chuck Batson 

Brian Hughes 

Joyce Rietveld 

Wexler as Baron 

Ivor Olsen 

Tom Zehner 

Steve Paris 

Malodorous 


Ronald Pieket- 


Andrea Romano as 

VC Server Engineer 

Weeserik 

GUI Artist: 

the Cute Kitten 

Mark Roberts 

Alice Crysdale 

Steve Paris 

Comedy Writers; 

Special Thanks 

Louis Franco 
Audrey Seymour 

Music Composer and 

Bill Allard A Merle 

Jenn Baker 

Patrick Moran 

Audio Director: 

Kessler of Duck's 

Wayne Herman 

Lenny Lee 

Brian Luzietti 

Breath Mystery 

Richard yee 

Eric Browning 


Theatre. 

Alvin Cardona 

Brian Silva 

SFX Design: 

Game Designers: 

Michael Biancalana 

Mark Anderson 

Larry Peacock 

Andy Ashcraft 

Carl Grande 



Hirokazu Vasuhara 

Theo Eldridge 





Instruction Manual: 
Keith M. Kolmos 


SEGA CREDITS 


Product Manager: 
Rob Alvarez 


Associate Product Manager: 
Cord Smith 


Director of Marketing: 
John Golden 


Public Relations: 
Teri Higgins 
Gwen Marker 


Manual Designer: 
Miles Steuding 


Director of Creative 
Services: 

Robert Schonfisch 


CS Project Coordinator: 
Arianne Pitts 


Lead Tester: 
Robert Reich 


Assistant Lead Testers: 
Berjes Enriquez 
Kari Hattner 
Neil Sorens 


Testers: 

Daniel Airey 
Joseph Amper 
Robert Anthony 
Marvin Blanton 
Dwight Clancy 
Shawn Dobbins 
Antonio Eco 
Brent Fillmore 
Tom Fong 
Steve Gonzalez 
Jeffrey Gullett 
Tristan Haggerty 
Michael Jao 
Paul Jarolimek-Proner 
Shaheed Khan 
Walter Kim 
Chester Lee 
Art Liboon 


Michael Madfes 
Ray Murakawa 
Steve Peck 
Pedro Ponce 
Francisco Rivera 
Ron Rodriguez 
Xavier Rodriguez 
Jordan Romaidis 
Mike Schmidt 
David Talag 
Roman To be 
Alex Vaughan 
Jose Venegas 
Catherine Yu 

Special Thanks: 
Peter Moore 
Chris Gilbert 
Charles Bellfield 
Joe Culley 
Osamu Shibamiya 
Mike Rhinehart 
Sirr Less 


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Sega is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Sega, Dreamcast, the Dreamcast logo, Floigan Bros, and FloiganBrothers are either registered trademarks or 
trademarks of Sega Corporation. This game is licensed for use with the Sega Dreamcast system only. Copying and/or transmission of this game is strictly prohibited. 
Unauthorized rental or public performance of this game is a violation of applicable laws. ©SEGA CORPORATION, 2001. Sega of America Dreamcast, Inc. P.O. Box 7639, 
San Francisco, CA 94120. All Rights Reserved, www..sega.com. Programmed in Japan, Made and printed in the USA. Product covered under one or more of the follow- 
ing: U.S, Patents No's: 5,460,374; 5,627,895; 5,688,173; 4,442,486; 4,454,594; 4,462,076; 6,102,800 Re. 35,839; Japanese Patent No. 2870538 (Patents pending in U.S. and other 
countries); Canadian Patent No. 1,183,276.