Mug UK wrote:The large archive of adventure walkthroughs - https://www.solutionarchive.com/ - doesn't list this game either
siriushardware wrote:LongLifeA1200, just for you (and out of curiosity) I downloaded this and got myself up to the point where you were stuck, having also figured out how to open the gate.
To get past the electric field which prevents you from entering the city even after you open the gate, you need to have something from the cave which the beast in the location to the south of the city gates prevents you from getting into.
Did you manage to get into the cave yet?
siriushardware wrote:As far as I remember, you automatically wear the ring when you take it, but if not, make sure you are wearing it. Then, go through the other process required to open the door. Wearing the ring, you should be able to pass north through the opened gate (and the force field) unharmed.
Mug UK wrote:Maybe use Trizbort to help you with making a map for it as you go through it?
siriushardware wrote:longLifeA1200, sorry, I misinformed you. There's another object in the Beast's cave, have another look around in there.
siriushardware wrote:Did you have any luck with the hedgehog, SW from the cave beast? I have no idea what I'm supposed to do there.
LongLifeA1200 wrote:Thank you. I can't believe I missed that the first time. Lesson learned.
siriushardware wrote:I own quite a few of their titles for the ST and even now have yet to complete some of them, like 'Trinity' for example.
siriushardware wrote:This puts me in mind of a time when, strangely enough, playing a text adventure could be quite a sociable activity with a bunch of friends sitting around the computer all trying to brainstorm their way through the puzzles. The person sitting at the keyboard was usually the fastest / best typist.
It's hard to imagine something so low-tech holding such fascination for a group of people the same age now as I was then - probably late teens / early twenties.
siriushardware wrote:Didn't get far though, I'm with the two goons guarding the Palace door, and with no other way to go it looks as though that's the next obstacle to overcome.
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