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THE SOLUTION TO TRANSYLVANIA by Math Claessens

FIRST A FEW THINGS:

1:WHEN THE WEREWOLF APPEARS YOU HAVE ONLY ONE MOVE TO GET RID  OF 
HIM,SO GO TO ANOTHER LOCATION IMMEDIATELY.

2:WHEN  A  GIANT  EAGLE APPEARS WHICH  TRANSPORTS YOU TO  ANOTHER 
LOCATION  IN  THE  GAME,START YOUR GAME OVER AT  YOUR  LAST  SAVE 
POSITION, SO SAVE YOUR GAME FREQUENTLY.

3:IF  YOU  HAVE LOADED YOUR GUN WITH THE SILVER  BULLET  AND  THE 
WEREWOLF  APPEARS:  "SHOOT WEREWOLF" AND HE MAKES NO PROBLEMS  IN
THIS ADVENTURE.

4:IN THE CASTLE, IF YOU MEET THE VAMPIRE, JUST SHOW THE CROSS  TO 
HIM AND THEN DROP THE CROSS.

START:N-W-GET NOTE-READ NOTE-DROP NOTE-N-N-N-N-E-ENTER  HOUSE-UP-
GET   PISTOL-DOWN-LEAVE  HOUSE-N-OPEN  DOOR-DOWN-FEEL   WALL-FEEL 
FLOOR-GET BAR-S-W-W-S-ENTER WAGON-DROP GUN-OPEN COFFIN WITH  BAR-
GET  MOUSE-DROP  BAR-GET BULLET-GET GUN-LOAD GUN-(WHEN  YOU  HAVE 
SHOT  THE WEREWOLF, DROP THE GUN)-LEAVE WAGON-S-ENTER  CABIN-PULL 
ANTLER-GET CLOAK-WEAR CLOAK-PULL ANTLER-LEAVE CABIN-(LOOK OUT FOR 
THE GIANT EAGLE)-N-E-E-S-ENTER HUT-DROP MOUSE-GET ACID-GET BROOM-
LEAVE HUT-N-W-N-N-E-GET FLYPAPER-W-N-DOWN-DOWN-DOWN-OPEN  COFFER-
GET RING-UP-UP-UP-S-S-S-W-S-S-E-S-POUR ACID-READ WRITING-KNOCK ON 
STUMP-GET FLIES-READ BOOK-SEARCH CLOAK-GET PICK-UNLOCK  DOOR-DROP 
PICK-ENTER  ROOM-LOOK BALL-RIDE BROOM-READ SIGN-D-GIVE  FLIES  TO 
FROG-E-N-N-E-E-E-SAY IJNID-GET KEY-N-W-W-W-N-WEAR RING-WAVE HAND-
E-MOVE  TOMBSTONE-UNLOCK GRATE-DOWN-GET ELIXIR-UP-DROP  KEY-W-(IN 
THIS  LOCATION APPEARS A FLYING SAUCER,YOU MUST ONLY  WAIT  UNTIL 
DAWN)-ENTER  SAUCER-EXAMINE BOX-S-E-E-N-N-N-UP-CLIMB  LADDER-MOVE 
VINES-PUSH BUTTON-WAVE ELIXIR-POUR ELIXIR-CLAP HANDS-DOWN-DOWN-S-
S-S-W-S-S-S-ENTER BOAT-SAIL HUMBOLT!!!!!!!!!

If  you  should  ever  run into difficulty  trying  to  solve  an 
adventure, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Math Claessens
Wagenaarstraat 58
6164 XM  Geleen (L.)
The Netherlands
Tel.: 04490-52532

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