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 "There are a lot of lies going around....  and half of them  are
true."
                                                Winston Churchill

                   ADVENTURE SOLUTION: TUSKER

                        by Math Claessens

GET  GUN-W-W-KILL  ARAB-GET FLASK-W-W-GET  AMO-W-W-KILL  ARAB-GET
KNIFE-W-KILL ARABS-GET AMO-GET TORCH-W-KILL ARABS-GET  ACID-W-GET
MATCHES-E-E-SET THE MATCHES AND THE TORCH IN YOUR INVENTORY-ENTER
CAVE-GO  NORTH-SHOOT CHEST UNTIL IT OPENS-PUNCH CHEST  UNTIL  YOU
GET  THE  BOOK-GO BACK WEST-ENTER THE WATER AND  GO  EAST-E-E-GET
GOLD GOLD-ENTER CAVE EAST EAST-PRESS B (NOW YOU HAVE THE BOOK  IN
YOUR  INVENTORY)-GET  MACHETE-LEAVE  ROOM  WEST-W-W-W-LEAVE  CAVE
EAST-(OUTSIDE  THE  CAVE):  USE MACHETE ON BUSH UNTIL YOU  GET  A
HOLE-ENTER  HOLE-GET AMO-E-E-GET AMULET-E-GET GOLD-E-USE ACID  ON
CHAINS  TO FREE THE MONSTER-E-W-W-ENTER HUT-GET  AMO-GET  KEY-GET
MAGIC  STICK-LEAVE HUT-W-W-GET AMO-USE BOTTLE TO DRINK  WATER  ON
THE  FONTAIN-E-E-E-GET  STICK-KILL NATIVES-E-E-E-E-E-USE  KEY  TO
OPEN  THE GATE (PUNCH)-ENTER CAVE-GET KEY-GET GOLD-GET  AMO-LEAVE
CAVE-W-W-W-W-USE  KEY TO OPEN THE GATE-ENTER  GATE-KILL  NATIVES-
ENTER  HUT-E-E-BURN IDOL WITH MATCHES AND TORCH-GET  KEY-W-W-W-W-
KILL NATIVE-ENTER HUT-GET MAGIC STICK-LEAVE HUT-E-E-KILL NATIVES-
GET  WATCH-USE KEY TO OPEN THE HUT-ENTER  HUT-GET  MEDICINE-LEAVE
HUT-W-ENTER  HUT-E-E-E-GIVE MEDICINE-GIVE  WATCH-GIVE  AMULET-GET
KEY-W-W-W-W-W-ENTER  HUT-S-E-E-E-USE KEY TO OPEN  THE  GATE-ENTER
CAVE-STAND ON BALANCE-PUNCH FOUR TIMES-

                         *** THE END ***

 If  you have a problem with the solving of an  adventure,  don't
hesitate  to call or write.  If you write,  don't forget  to  add
money for stamps, envelope, etc.
 Please  refrain from calling in weekends of after  19:00  (Dutch
time!).

 Math Claessens
 Wagenaarstraat 58
 6164 XM Geleen (L)
 The Netherlands
 Phone: ++31-(0)46-752532

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