Garmin map navigator owner’s manual
Brand: Garmin, Pages: 94
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Hunt and Fish
The Hunt and Fish Tables provide you with a listing of predicted best
times for hunting and fishing for a chosen date and location.
To display hunting and ﬁshing predictions:
1. Access the Hunt and Fish Page from the Main Menu. The cur-
rent date and location are displayed in the date and location
ﬁelds at the top of the page.
2. To view the predictions for a different date, highlight the Date ﬁeld and press
ENTER to display the Number Keypad.
3. To view the predictions for a different location, highlight the Location ﬁeld and press
ENTER to display the “New Location”
Choose “Use Map” to select a point on the map using the Panning Arrow. Then press
ENTER to display the table for that
location. The Location ﬁeld will now state “Map Location.”
Choose “Use Find Menu” to select a point from the Find Feature database. Follow instructions for using the Find Feature
beginning on page 21. When a ﬁnd item has been selected,
highlight the “Use” button at the bottom of the item informa
tion page and press ENTER. The Location ﬁeld will now display
the name of the ﬁnd item.
4. To return to the current date, press
MENU and then ENTER.
Hunt and Fish Tables
Hunt and Fish Page
Page Options Menu
Location Options Menu
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The GPSmap 60 provides games as an entertainment feature. Several
of these games employ GPS.
To select and play a game:
1. Access the Main Menu and use the ROCKER key to select the
2. Use the
ROCKER key to highlight the desired game and press
ENTER to display a brief description prompt for the game.
This is a GPS virtual game where the playing piece moves where
you move. To win the Memory Race, remember which square has which
symbol then clear the board by matching all of the two symbol sets
together. Travel to each square, highlight “Open” at the bottom of the
screen and press ENTER to view the symbol. Press the QUIT key to
To adjust the Grid or Square Size in custom mode:
1. Highlight the “Grid Size” or “Square Size” ﬁeld and press
ENTER to select from the options lists. Press ENTER to make
2. Highlight “Start” and press
ENTER to begin the game.
3. Highlight “Re-Center” and press
ENTER to place yourself back
in the middle of the game board.
GPS Enhanced Games
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This GPS game creates a virtual maze on the screen. You are placed at
a central position in the maze and must explore the maze collecting flags.
The lower right corner of the screen tells you how many flags remain.
The lower left corner displays the elapsed time. The Difficulty Level
determines how much of the maze you can see at one time. Viewing less
of the maze makes the game more difficult.HINT:
Pressing the ENTER key and selecting “Cheat On” will
enable a “cheat mode.” Enabling this mode will penalize you by five
minutes and count seconds by 10 instead of 2. Turn the cheat mode Off
by pressing the ENTER key.
Geko Smak is a GPS-based game that features you as the player piece.
In measured rhythm, Gekos will appear on the screen. Before the Geko
disappears, move toward the Geko and press the ENTER key to smack
the Geko with a hammer. If you get the Geko, an “!” mark displays above
the hammer. If not, just a hammer displays momentarily.
Field size choices are small, medium and large. Small fields are
roughly 20 yards by 30 yards and large fields are 60 yards by 90 yards
(about the size of an American football field).
The difficulty levels are Easy, Normal and Hard. These levels deter
mine how often Gekos appear. The pace quickens and values vary as
difficulty levels increase.
GPS Enhanced Games
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GPS Enhanced GamesNibbons
In this GPS game, you must walk around the board collecting the
flags as they appear. As you walk, your “tail” will grow. You may travel
anywhere on the screen but you cannot walk on your tail, or you will lose
a life. As an added challenge, you must also avoid the Skulls that chase
This GPS game, which can be played without GPS on, is all about
blasting gekoids. The catch is, you are the ship and you can survive only
when you avoid getting hit. Before you begin to play, make certain to
make your game settings. Orient Map “Northwards” rotates your ship
in the center of the map. The map is stationary and north is always up.
Orient Map “Ship Up” rotates the virtual world around your ship. Your
ship always points Up.
Press the ENTER key to start and blast away!
When playing any of the virtual games
(where you are moving about on a real playing field), use reasonable and
prudent caution in selecting an area free of hazards such a holes, obstruc-
tions or proximity to vehicular traffic. Playing these games may distract
your attention from observing objects in your path.
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Although not a true GPS game, Beast Hunt requires some naviga-
tion skills. You must find and defeat the dragon with an arrow before
it breathes fire at you or you fall into one of the pits while navigating a
maze of platforms. At times you are transported to the next platform by
slides that curve or move you diagonally. The game consists of several
difficulty levels and an extended or limited visibility option. When you
lose a game the screen will display the hazards, slides and warning plat-
forms. A scoreboard keeps track of your wins and loses.
To play Beast Hunt:
1. Select “Beast Hunt” from the Games Menu and press ENTER
to display the game prompt window.
2. Read the prompt and then press
ENTER to display the Difﬁculty
Options window. Make your choice and press
ENTER to display
3. Make a selection and press
ENTER to begin the game.
4. Use the
ROCKER key to jump from platform to platform.
When you land on a shaded platform, you are one or two steps from the dragon, a platform with a circle is next to a pit. If you
fall into a pit you lose. If you jump into the dragon you will lose,
if you shoot an arrow at where you think the dragon is, and
miss you will lose.
To defeat the dragon, use
ENTER to place an arrow in a
shaded platform. Use the
ROCKER key to point and ENTER to
shoot.Dragon Aim Arrow