"Sex is a beautiful thing between two people. Between five, it's
ST NEWS ADVENTURE SOLUTION: MORTVILLE MANOR
by Math Claessens
The adventure guru stalked the night. Not awake. Not asleep.
But...dormant. His brain is packed tight, and possibly there is a
He doesn't need to wake up and doesn't need to sleep. In his
state of dormancy his hands move. He types. He makes notes.
Sometimes he blinks an eye, but nobody knows why.
After a while - a short while, one may add - there is a small
cry of triump only seriously uttered before by a Greek dude in a
And in the next adventure is already waiting in a long queue.
MOVE INSIDE THE MANOR-(INSIDE YOUR ROOM)-MOVE TO THE LANDING-MOVE
ON SCREEN-GO TO THE LAST DOOR ON THE LEFT SIDE-OPEN DOOR-OPEN THE
SUITCASE ON THE WARDROBE-SEARCH SUITCASE-GET RING-MOVE TO THE
LANDING-ENTER THE FOURTH DOOR ON THE RIGHT-OPEN THE SUITCASE ON
THE WARDROBE-SEARCH SUITCASE-GET DAGGER-GO TO THE LANDING-GO THE
CELLAR-LOOK AT THE PILLAR IN THE MIDDLE OF THE CELLAR- (YOU FIND
A DEEP DIAMOND-SHAPED OPENING)-PUT THE DAGGER IN THE OPENING-YES-
PUT THE RING IN THE SPHERE-TURN RING UNTIL YOU GET ANOTHER SECRET
PASSAGE-YES-GET THE WOODEN SPHERE FROM THE RIGHT HAND-LEAVE ROOM-
GET RING-LEAVE ROOM-GO TO THE LANDING-GO UPSTAIRS-OPEN THE DRAWER
FROM THE BIGGEST CUPBOARD-EXAMINE DRAWER-GET WOODEN STICK-PUT THE
WOODEN SPHERE IN THE HOLE ON THE TOP FROM THE CUPBOARD (IN THE
MIDDLE)-PUT THE WOODEN STICK THROUGH THE SPHERE IN THE FRONT (ON
THE TOP) FROM THE CUPBOARD-TURN SPHERE-YES---THE END---
I know all you guys out there have problems with adventures, be
they big or small. Whatever the problem is, I am there to solve
them. Never hesitate to call or write to me at the address below.
NL-6164 XM Geleen (L)
Tel. ++31-46-752532 (do mind possible time differences!)
Don't forget stampts if you write. Don't forget the time when
you call. I prefer telecommunicative contacts between 19:30 and
22:00 hours if you don't mind. And forget about contacting me in
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