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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 12:26 pm 
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Techno Teaboy

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I've been battling with this for 15 years, has anyone got any ideas?

Written below is as far as I've managed to get! :oops:

First Room

X wall
Pull cord
x calendar
x numbers - 9 is circled in red (code for briefcase later on)
x bed
x table
x lamp
x base
get watch
x mat
get short key
x shelving
x box
open box with short key
get large key
open west door with large key
WEST
[TEA CHEST ROOM]
x right box = coffee (not sure if you can somehow collect some?)
x left chest = tea leaves
x tea leaves
get new key
(Do NOT x middle chest as it has a british rail sandwich which puts you back to the start again!)
EAST
[BEDROOM]
get box
open south door with new key
SOUTH
[LANDING]
(At this point I use the landing as a holding point for all used keys).
SOUTH
[DOUBLE BEDROOM]
x dressing table
open drawers
x clothes
x underwear
get bra
get knickers
x mirror
get magazine
x clock = Green hand pointing to 2 (for briefcase puzzle later)
x bin
x paper = Blue 4(for briefcase puzzle later)
WEST
[SPARE BEDROOM]
x bed
x blankets
lift blankets
get long key
get flask
WEST
[BATHROOM]
x toilet (There is a blockage here, have tried to x blockage because I wonder if rather than flushing it but no success, it is something that you can use?)
flush toilet
x cistern
lift lid
get clean key
x cabinet
open cabinet with clean key
get hammer
get pop bottle
EAST
[LANDING]
(drop all used keys)
DOWN
[HALLWAY]
NORTH
[CLOAKROOM]
x coat
x pocket
get small key
get coat
x brush
get handle
get brush
SOUTH
[HALLWAY]
WEST
[LOUNGE]
x sofa
get biscuit
x tank
x reeds (you can see the silver key, but if you try and get it you die from the fish)
(Cannot open patio doors in here, have tried slide etc. but with no luck!)
NORTH
[STUDY]
x curtain
get magnet
SOUTH
[LOUNGE]
SOUTH
[DINING ROOM]
x table
x painting = 5 yellow bannanas (for briefcase puzzle later)
get wine bottle
open cabinet
get sandwich
get plate
EAST
[KITCHEN]
open cupboards
x pots
get bag of nails
x plugs
x left plug
push left plug in fully
x washer
x switches
x lights
push switch marked door
x overalls
get wrench
get overalls
x fridge
open fridge
get can of Hester's
get cheese
get carton
turn tap with wrench
DOWN
[CELLAR]
x shelves
(Tells you about the bottle marked acid with a key in it!)
UP
[KITCHEN]
NORTH
[HALLWAY]
UP
[LANDING]
NORTH
[ORIGINAL BEDROOM]
x furniture
x wardrobe
open wardrobe with long key
x wardrobe
open cabinet with new key
x briefcase
(In the paragraph it tells you which order to put the code into the briefcase in)
turn lock to 9254
get shiny key

That's as far as I've got. I'm convinced that I've missed something to do with the big glass door in the lounge as now we have a key (shiny key) and nothing locked!

Hope this helps and please come back to me if you get anywhere!

Lucyx


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 12:59 pm 
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Staffer
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Is this it? http://www.quandaryland.com/jsp/dispArticle.jsp?index=587 It's a PC solution, but perhaps it's the same game in a different format.

Who produced the C64 game? I was Bash the Barbarian for a while, and I've never heard of it :oops:


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 1:02 pm 
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I'm guessing this is the game created with the Graphic Adventure Creator, which was on Commodore Disk User?

Sadly, http://solutions.c64.org doesn't list this one...

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 1:05 pm 
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Techno Teaboy

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Yes, it was the CDU game! It was by Christopher Hester. I have searched all over the place for an answer, I guess I was hoping that someone might just have actually played and finished it!


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2006 1:32 pm 
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I've found you a solution, but it's a download, not a web page. PM me your email address and I'll send it to you.

ETA: You have mail! :D


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