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  The best in a trilogy, Tue 5th Nov 2019
By Denk - See all my reviews

I helped beta-test this game.

This is the second game in the Mike Erlin trilogy. I like them all very much but this is my favourite. The game begins shortly after the first game (Magnetic Moon) ended: You have received two discs called "the keys to the universe" and you feel certain that the purpose of those two discs can be found on the mother planet of the "magnetic moon". Once again you disobey orders and go to explore the planet after "escaping" from your duties on the space shuttle "The Stellar Queen".

With the risk of repeating myself, this game is written in Larry's usual style, with lots of ingenious puzzles and requiring that the player is examining, searching etc. everything thoroughly. If you already played "Magnetic Moon", go ahead and play this - it is even better than the first game. If you haven't I recommend that you play "Magnetic Moon" first, though it is possible to play this without having played the first game. Certainly recommended.

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