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"Being alone is best when you are two..."

                   JOURNALYNX VOLUME 3 ISSUE 2
               THE EXCITINGLY ENTICING SUBMAGAZINE

                      by Richard Karsmakers

 It  has  been a long time since we've publishing an  article  as
short as this.  The reason: No decent Lynx software got released,
and I certainly didn't buy any of it.  Therefore all I can do  is
offer an enormous amount of sincere apologies and a measly little
topic...

A cheat for "Gauntlet III"

 For those of you who ran into problems while playing "Gauntlet",
I  have a nice little cheat for you here.  To  activate  it,  you
should  select  a  player and then not  move  on  the  playfield.
Instead,  you  have  to press OPTION 1.  You will  find  yourself
capable of moving to all levels now.

Some News

 According to Atari,  1992 will be the year of the Lynx. They are
set  to  release  five games a month  for  the  little  hand-held
beastie,   some  of  which  are  "Switchblade  II",   "Lemmings",
"Manchester  United",  "Shadow  of  the Beast" and  "Eye  of  the
Beholder". "Eye of the Beholder" will be the first Lynx game with
save option, and it should be available in August 1992.

 That's  all folx!  I hope to be able to write some more for  the
next  thrillingly  tholopping (er?!) issue of  this  submagazine.
Then again,  there is no guarentee for that one either. Why don't
you write something if you've got a Lynx?

Disclaimer
The text of the articles is identical to the originals like they appeared in old ST NEWS issues. Please take into consideration that the author(s) was (were) a lot younger and less responsible back then. So bad jokes, bad English, youthful arrogance, insults, bravura, over-crediting and tastelessness should be taken with at least a grain of salt. Any contact and/or payment information, as well as deadlines/release dates of any kind should be regarded as outdated. Due to the fact that these pages are not actually contained in an Atari executable here, references to scroll texts, featured demo screens and hidden articles may also be irrelevant.