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Nut Shots is an arcade game. The only Nut Shots console is in the Prizes tent at The Carnival.

Beating the high score of 69900 points is required for 100% Completion.


Nut Shots is a side scrolling shooter with a flying squirrel as the hero. The squirrel shoots acorns at three different types of enemies. The squirrel can go up, down, left and right, but slowly descends if the player does not control its flight.

When an enemy is shot, it falls off the bottom of the screen. It can still kill the squirrel even after being 'killed'. The squirrel can die by touching an enemy, an enemy projectile, or by getting too close to the bottom of the screen and hitting the trees. It has 3 lives.

Hornets are the most basic enemy. They shoot stingers directly ahead, and are worth 250 points.

Bats appear when 10 hornets have been killed. They shoot a sonic shriek, a crescent that grows bigger the further it gets from the bat. They only take one shot to kill, but are worth 500 points.

Eagles are the toughest enemy. They appear when 3 bats have been killed. While an Eagle is on screen, no new enemies will appear. They launch "salmon missiles", a salmon that zooms in on the squirrel like a missile. They take many shots to kill, and are worth at least 1000 points.

The full cycle - 30 hornets, 3 bats, and 1 eagle - gives the player 10,000 points. To beat the high score, 7 eagles must be killed.

Invincibility Cheat: Invincibility will let you take any enemy damage and you can only die by flying into the bottom of the screen. This is achieved by waiting until the eagle boss appears: defeat the eagle then fly directly into it's falling corpse while avoiding the salmon projectile (if the eagle died while carrying a salmon), if done correctly a unique screech sound will be heard which indicates invincibility has been activated, this may take a few attempts but is much easier and faster than beating the 69900 high score. Activating this cheat will not penalize your high score or earning the Dual Nebula Achievement/trophy. The screech that's heard indicates that it is an intentional cheat/secret programed in and not a glitch. Verified to work on Scholarship Edition.