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"Journey to the Planets" [message #80119] Mon, 03 June 2013 22:53
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Date: Wed, 27-Feb-85 20:38:59 EST
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I recently acquired a cartridge-based game for my Atari 400
entitled "Journey to the Planets" by Roklon Software.  My
question is a rather embarrasing one, but it's beginning
to drive me crazy. . .


I've figured out how to get my hands on the chain, but each time
I pass through one of the monoliths, it vanishes !!!  I have solved
all of the other puzzles (planets), and so would be more than happy
to trade for this information.  Failing a solution, I would also be
interested in comparing notes with others in the same situation.
I have made some useful observations about this planet, and would
like to exchange ideas with others who are currently trying to
solve it.

Best Regards,

 Kevin J. Crean
 DIGITAL Equipment Corp.
 Tarrytown, NY

==>  In case this is not obvious -- this message is in no way
     job-related.  As a matter of fact, I think I'll stop putting
     these silly disclaimers on my postings -- as far as I know,
     my employer doesn't require them.
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