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Logic filesEdit

logic 0Edit

m13 = "Your house is already\n" " FOR SALE."; m14 = "This is one of the first adhesive stamps ever. You notice a lump under the stamp."; m15 = "The letter is already open."; m16 = "Elapsed trek time:\n"; m17 = "Elapsed Time F6"; m18 = "Score on/off F4"; m19 = "Cancel line Ctrl-C"; m20 = "Echo line F3"; m21 = "Pause game F10"; m23 = "The person interested in buying your house has been waiting there, but is now gone. Sorry!"; m24 = "It is difficult to read, but you are able to decipher \"Sutter's Fort.\""; m25 = "You peal back a corner of the stamp and find a GOLD FLAKE! Jake has found gold!!"; m26 = "%m28%m29"; m27 = "Slow "; m28 = "Elapsed time:\n"; m29 = "\n" "Hours: %v154\n" "Minutes: %v153\n" "Seconds: %v152"; m30 = "You have already done that!"; m31 = "There is nothing on the back of the family photo."; m32 = "To see how much %w2 you have, press the \"TAB\" key and look in your inventory!"; m33 = "You only have one house to sell!"; m34 = "It's way too late to do that!"; m35 = "This is a difficult decision. Your house means a lot to you, but you put it up for sale."; m36 = "Jan. 25, 1848\n" "\n" "Jerrod,\n" "\n" "This letter is of GREAT importance, as you will FIND. I live IN THE area drained by the AMERICAN RIVER. Today I came down to bury Pa. You will want to come here quickly; only you will understand.\n" "\n" "Farewell,\n" "Jake\n" "\n" "P.S. Bring something from home so I will know it's you."; m37 = "The letter isn't open."; m38 = "You carefully open the letter."; m39 = "It's not wise to drop anything. You never know when you might need it!"; m40 = "File "; m41 = "%m50\"%w1.\""; m42 = "%m50\"%w2.\""; m43 = "%m50\"%w3.\""; m44 = "%m50\"%w4.\""; m45 = "%m50\"%w5.\""; m46 = "%m50\"%w6.\""; m47 = "%m50\"%w7.\""; m50 = "Ain't never heard of "; m51 = "Restore F7"; m52 = "Save F5"; m53 = "Restart F9"; m54 = "Quit Alt-Z"; m55 = "Sierra "; m56 = "Action "; m57 = " Special "; m58 = " Speed"; m59 = "Joystick Ctrl-J"; m60 = "Normal "; m61 = "Fast "; m62 = "Sound on/off F2"; m63 = "Help F1"; m65 = "\n" "Months: %v118\n" "Weeks: %v117\n" "Days: %v155\n" "\n"; m66 = "%m16%m65%m28%m29"; m67 = "Nothing important %w2 here!"; m68 = "Time enroute:\n"; m69 = ">"; m71 = "You notice nothing unusual."; m72 = "Fastest"; m73 = "We interrupt this game for a very important announcement:"; m74 = "President Polk has confirmed the reports of the discovery of gold in California.\n" "\n" " THE RUSH IS ON!"; m75 = "Press Enter then:\n" "\n" "<F7> Restore game\n" "<F9> Restart game\n"; m76 = "That will do you no good."; m77 = "About GOLD RUSH!"; m78 = "----------"; m79 = "Slower "; m80 = "-------"; m81 = "Ya see nothin' unusual."; m82 = "They smell lovely."; m90 = "%m68%m65%m28%m29"; m202 = "Now is not the time."; m203 = "Ouch!"; m204 = "What do you mean?"; m205 = "There's plenty of gold, you just need to find it!"; m206 = "You have to do that yourself."; m207 = "That's the right idea! How are you going to do it?"; m214 = "There's no one nearby."; m229 = " Greetings!\n" "Welcome to GOLD RUSH!"; m230 = "Bye!"; m232 = "%m255close it."; m234 = "%m255open it."; m243 = "That wouldn't be very nice!"; m244 = " Get ahold of\n" "yourself, Jerrod!"; m245 = "Yuk!!"; m246 = "No time for that!"; m247 = "%m255move it."; m248 = "%m255climb it."; m255 = "You don't need to ";

logic 1Edit

m1 = "If you've seen one of these wagons, you've seen them all!"; m2 = "This house, just like every other house in this neighborhood, is very valuable."; m3 = "This is the oldest bridge in town. It is very weathered."; m4 = "Getting around town is much easier since this bridge has been built!"; m6 = "This is a very peaceful estuary, in a peaceful part of town."; m7 = "On the other side of the estuary is the downtown Brooklyn Park."; m8 = "Looking across the East River, you have a spectacular view of New York City."; m9 = "The city streets have been much safer since they installed these streetlights."; m10 = "You are in the heart of suburban Brooklyn. The year is 1848."; m11 = "Because of these maple trees, this is a very shady neighborhood."; m12 = "Although it's not the busiest street in town, it isn't called Main Street for nothing!"; m13 = "These are wrought iron fences."; m14 = "New York City is only a ferry ride away, but you haven't been there since you moved to Brooklyn as a child."; m15 = "This is the East River."; m16 = "Just look at these beautiful yards!"; m18 = "Water Street is very appropriately named."; m21 = "Sea gulls are a common sight here."; m22 = "Don't you wish you were on that ship destined for distant lands?"; m23 = "The ship is not here."; m24 = " The CLIPPER \n" "is ready to sail! \n" " Don't miss it! \n" " First Class \n" " accomodations \n" " to CALIFORNIA!!"; m25 = "It is difficult to read the poster from here."; m26 = "There is no poster to read around here."; m27 = "There is no wagon in sight."; m28 = "There is no one around."; m29 = "From here it looks like that handyman is carrying around a rake!"; m30 = "Even from here it is easy to tell who that is. That is Leonard B. Huge!!"; m31 = "From a distance it is difficult to determine who that is."; m32 = "There is no doubt about it, that handyman is definitely carrying a rake!"; m33 = "It is hard to imagine anything being that huge!!"; m34 = "You have no idea who this man is, but you know he is a real estate man."; m36 = "No one is close enough to hear you."; m37 = "This new homeowner says, \"I've heard about the gold in California, but I just can't give up my house.\""; m38 = "Leonard says, \"Jerrod, go to the warehouse sometime and take a look at the new poster I've put there.\""; m39 = "This real estate man says, \"I'm on my way to close another real estate transaction.\""; m40 = "That man sure can handle an animal team and wagon!"; m41 = "The man on the wagon cannot hear you over the rumble of the wagon."; m42 = "There is a poster on one of the trees."; m43 = "The railing keeps people from falling into the estuary!"; m44 = "There is nothing but water under the bridge."; m56 = "Along the Brooklyn shore you see many people and wagons! This may be your last look at these familiar scenes!!"; m57 = "You are aboard the mighty \"Sea Farer!\""; m58 = "You have more sense than that! That water is cold!!";

logic 2Edit

m1 = "That hard working homeowner can't hear you from here."; m4 = "You are near the intersection of Washington and Water Streets."; m5 = "Houses in this neighborhood are usually in high demand."; m7 = "These homeowners take a great deal of pride in their yards."; m8 = "These fences are to keep passers-by off the lawns."; m9 = "This is the East River."; m10 = "On the far side of the East River you see New York City."; m11 = "This man is neighborly enough, but he is forever working around the house!"; m12 = "These streetlights help keep the streets safe at night."; m14 = "New York City is a place full of hustle and bustle."; m15 = "Brooklyn is filled with beautiful trees like this!"; m16 = "Fine houses line this residential street."; m17 = "The homeowner says, \"I've heard talk about gold, but so far it's all talk. But anyway, I don't think I could leave my house and friends.\""; m18 = "You say to the man working on his yard, \"Have you heard about the rumors of gold in California?\""; m19 = "The homeowner replies, \"Who hasn't, Jerrod? There's gold over there, but I just can't give up everything I have and take a chance like that."; m22 = "It is normal for sea gulls to fly along the river front."; m23 = "There goes the ship to California!"; m24 = "There is no ship here!"; m25 = " Westward Ho!!! \n" " Take a wagon \n" " or \n" " Take a stage coach \n" " to \n" " CALIFORNIA!!"; m26 = "You can't do that from here!"; m27 = "There is no poster in sight!"; m29 = "At this particular moment there isn't a soul in sight."; m30 = "There is someone in the neighborhood, but not close enough to talk to."; m31 = "The bearded man says, \"Drop by the hardware store sometime. You may find something you need!\""; m32 = "Leonard says, \"I've put up a new poster in the warehouse. You should check it out sometime!\""; m33 = "This real estate man says, \"Excuse me, sir, if you ever need some extra cash, we might be able to work something out.\""; m34 = "The young man from the grocery store says, \"Good day to you, sir!\""; m35 = "You take a look around the neighborhood and see a couple of people."; m37 = "There is someone in the neighborhood, but you can't quite make out his identity."; m38 = "There goes Rand, the hardware man!"; m39 = "There's Leonard! He sure has been busy!"; m40 = "All you see in this real estate man's eyes are dollar signs!!"; m41 = "There's that young man from the grocery store."; m42 = "You reply, \"Things are going great. But, you know, it's the same old thing day after day.\""; m46 = "The sidewalk is made of rocks."; m47 = "The gate is locked. I guess this homeowner doesn't want anyone walking on his lawn."; m48 = "You can't do that from here!"; m49 = "There is a poster attached to the streetlight on the corner."; m50 = "It is firmly attached to the streetlight."; m51 = "You have no key to unlock this gate."; m56 = "Along the Brooklyn shore you see many people and wagons! This may be your last look at these familiar scenes!!"; m57 = "You are aboard the mighty \"Sea Farer!\""; m58 = "There are a few leaves on the grass."; m59 = "There are a few steps leading to the gate."; m60 = "You have more sense than that! That water is cold!!";

logic 3Edit

m1 = "There goes the ship to California!"; m2 = "The ship is just out of sight."; m3 = "This house on the corner is Leonard's house."; m4 = "These maple trees dot the Brooklyn landscape."; m5 = "Each house in the neighborhood has a fine yard."; m6 = "You see the East River."; m7 = "Across the East River lies New York City."; m8 = "At this moment you are on Washington Street."; m9 = "This is the intersection of Washington and Front Streets."; m10 = "Right now you're on Front Street which, like the other streets in town, is made of cobblestones."; m11 = "These wrought-iron fences add a touch of class to the neighborhood."; m14 = "Leonard says, \"I've been getting some business from my poster in the warehouse, Jerrod, what can I help you with today?\""; m15 = "There is no one around here listening to you."; m16 = "Give this poor man a chance to catch his breath. He looks exhausted!"; m17 = "\"...there is room on the ship! The routes to California are: around Cape Horn, or by way of Panama.\n" "The prices are:\n" "Panama route $900\n" "Cape route $650\n" "Are you interested in a ticket?\""; m18 = "\"But in case you're interested, the routes to California are: around Cape Horn, or by way of Panama.\n" "The prices are:\n" "Panama route $2300\n" "Cape route $1800\n" "Are you interested in a ticket?\""; m19 = "Leonard is going back in his house."; m20 = "\"Which route are you interested in, Cape Horn or Panama?\""; m21 = "\"Okay Jerrod, I'll talk to you later!\""; m22 = "\"The cost of a trip to California by way of Cape Horn is $650. Would you like to buy a ticket?\""; m23 = "\"The cost of a trip to California via Cape Horn is $1800. Would you like to buy a ticket?\""; m24 = "\"The cost of a trip to California by way of Panama is $900. Would you like to buy a ticket?\""; m25 = "\"The cost of a trip to California via Panama is $2300. Would you like to buy a ticket?\""; m26 = "\"That will be $650, in cash, please.\""; m27 = "\"That will be $1800, in cash, please.\""; m28 = "\"That will be $900, in cash, please.\""; m29 = "\"That will be $2300, in cash, please.\""; m30 = "\"I'm sorry, Jerrod, but there isn't enough money here to get passage on the ship.\""; m31 = "\"Thanks, Jerrod. Here's your ticket. I hope you strike it rich!"; m32 = "Fastest service to the \n" " CALIFORNIA GOLD! \n" " Inquire within!"; m33 = "You are unable to read the poster from here."; m34 = "There is no poster to read around here."; m36 = "%g69"; m37 = "yes or no: %g69"; m38 = "Cape or panama %g69"; m40 = "If you aren't talking to a man, you will be shortly!"; m41 = "There is no one around."; m42 = "There is someone to talk to, but he isn't quite close enough."; m43 = "The new homeowner says, \"If I hadn't bought that house, I'd probably be on my way to California right now!\""; m44 = "You say, \"Thanks, but no thanks. My yard looks fine.\""; m45 = "You say to Mr. Quail, \"I've been missing Jake a lot lately and hoping we get back together someday.\""; m46 = "This real estate man walks by without speaking. Just murmuring and mumbling to himself about finances."; m50 = "That man thinks the only thing on earth of any worth is his house!"; m51 = "Here comes that real estate man with money on his mind!"; m52 = "There is someone walking down the street, but you can't make out the face from here."; m53 = "Mr. Quail has been like a father to you. He was there for you when times were tough."; m58 = "The sidewalks are made of rock."; m59 = "There is nothing unusual about this gate."; m60 = "The gate is already open!"; m61 = "You can't do that from here!"; m62 = "Here is another fine house in the residential area."; m63 = "You can see the number twelve on the post in front of the house!"; m64 = "You're welcome!"; m66 = "There is no bell here!"; m67 = "Streetlights line Washington Street."; m68 = "What about a ticket?"; m70 = "This post marks the corner of Front and Washington Streets."; m71 = "\"You'll never find a cheaper time to travel, Jerrod! And...\""; m72 = "\"Everyone is doing that these days, Jerrod, so I've had to raise the cost of passage.\""; m73 = "Leonard is pacing back and forth past the window."; m74 = "Leonard will be outside soon."; m75 = "Leonard is outside for a breath of fresh air."; m76 = "Tell the man what's on your mind."; m77 = "Leonard can't hear you."; m78 = "This gate cannot be opened."; m79 = "Only the owner of this house can open this gate."; m80 = "Mr. Quail replies, \"So have I, Jerrod. I'm sure you'll meet him again someday.\""; m81 = "Leonard says, \"You already have a ticket, Jerrod. You don't need another one.\""; m82 = "The ship is not here.";

logic 4Edit

m1 = "It makes you sad to think of it, but the house that your father built no longer belongs to you."; m2 = "You can't do that from here!"; m3 = "You try to open the gate but discover it is locked."; m5 = "You always keep your house locked."; m6 = "There goes the ship. It's too late to ride THAT to California!"; m7 = "The ship is not in sight."; m8 = "It is a familiar gate."; m10 = "There are many houses in Brooklyn, but this one has a special place in your heart."; m11 = "This door has kept the winter's chill outside for many years."; m13 = "There are two streetlights outside of the house."; m14 = "The wrought-iron fence protects the house."; m15 = "Your father planted these trees when he built the house."; m16 = "This is a very peaceful estuary, in a peaceful part of town."; m17 = "The lawn surrounds the house."; m19 = "This house is located at the intersection of Front Street and Main Street."; m21 = "The sign says, \n" " \n" " SOLD."; m23 = "The sign says, \n" " \n" " FOR SALE."; m25 = "New York City lies across the East River."; m26 = "\"I like this property and am willing to pay top dollar. Will you accept $850, in cash, for your house?\""; m27 = "\"But, I like your house and would like to buy it. I have $750 in cash. Are you interested in selling?\""; m28 = "Congratulations! Property values are at a premium. You have conducted a prime sale! You are sad that your house is gone, but you'll always have the memories."; m29 = "Property values dropped since the gold rush. You think to yourself, I have just sold the house my father built and I didn't get top dollar."; m30 = "You ponder for a moment and decide not to sell. You are too attached to this house to part with it now."; m31 = "The real estate man interested in buying your house says, \"If you snooze, you lose. I've got to go!\""; m32 = " To CALIFORNIA \n" " by land or sea! \n" " A small price to pay \n" " for the RICHES you'll \n" " receive!"; m33 = "You are not close enough!"; m35 = "yes or no: %g69"; m37 = "%g69"; m39 = "You are too far away."; m40 = "This man looks like he is interested in buying your house."; m41 = "Look at that experienced driver work that team!"; m42 = "Ever since that tragic day your parents died, Mr. Quail has been like a father to you."; m43 = "Here comes the bank teller again!"; m44 = "Mr. Homeowner\" must be on his way to the hardware store to complete another household project."; m45 = "You say to Mr. Quail, \"Sometimes I think something terrible may have happened to Jake. I wish I knew how he was doing.\""; m46 = "The real estate man says, \"I sure did get a good deal on this house.\""; m47 = "The man on the wagon can't hear you over the rumble of the wagon."; m48 = "The teller says, \"It has been a pleasure helping you with your account at the bank all these years.\""; m49 = "There is no one around."; m50 = "No one can hear you at this distance."; m51 = "That wagon sure puts on a few miles in a day!"; m52 = "There is no wagon in sight."; m53 = "When you were a young boy, just after moving to Brooklyn, your father built this house with his own two hands. It is one of the few things he left to remind you of him."; m54 = "You can't read a tree!"; m55 = "The door locks by itself!"; m56 = "There is a poster on one of the trees."; m57 = "It is already open."; m58 = "If someone answers, you're in trouble!"; m59 = "Just walk away from it."; m60 = "It is already closed."; m61 = "There is no doorbell here!"; m62 = "Just a normal window!"; m63 = "The number \"ten\" is on the house!"; m64 = "The real estate man says, \"Ever since folks have been rushing to the gold in California, property values have been falling.\""; m66 = "The real estate man says, \"You are fortunate to own such a fine piece of property.\""; m67 = "It may not be the nicest, or best kept house in the neighborhood, but you value it more than a mansion."; m68 = "As you give the real estate man the keys to your house you say, \"Mr. Quail will come by to pick up my personal belongings.\""; m69 = "Mr. Quail replies, \"I have this feeling he's fine and someday you will be reunited. Don't give up hope.\"";

logic 5Edit

m8 = "It is difficult to read any sign from here."; m9 = "These lawns are beautiful! It is no wonder they have those signs up!"; m10 = "The street in the foreground is Front Street."; m11 = "This estuary runs all the way across town."; m12 = "You remember playing around the gazebo as a child. You would lose your candy through the wide cracks in the gazebo floor."; m13 = "The lamplighter sure has his work cut out for him!"; m14 = "The trees shade the park."; m15 = "You see the sparkle of something shiny. Ah yes! A closer look reveals a gold coin under the gazebo!"; m16 = "There is nothing under the gazebo but dried leaves and dirt."; m17 = "From here it is difficult to see under the gazebo. You might try that when you have a different perspective!"; m18 = "The light is dim, but it looks like a gold coin!"; m19 = "You strain your eyes in the dim light and see no gold coin."; m20 = "You stretch your arm as far as humanly possible. The gold coin is almost beyond your reach, but finally you are able to grasp it."; m21 = "You cannot see a gold coin, at least not from here."; m22 = "This lawman looks like he has mighty long arms!"; m23 = "Someday you hope to ride on that ship!"; m24 = "The ship is gone."; m25 = "The floor is made of wooden planks with wide cracks between them."; m26 = "You need to get closer to the gazebo to examine the floor."; m28 = "You already have the gold coin. There is not another one."; m29 = "The gazebo is surrounded by a beautiful floral arrangement."; m31 = "You already have some flowers."; m32 = "You pick a few flowers."; m33 = "From here you cannot get any flowers."; m34 = "Driving that animal team and wagon is his life."; m35 = "Mr. Quail has been like a father to you."; m36 = "The teller is out for a walk in the park."; m38 = "There is no one in sight."; m39 = "You aren't close enough to get a good look."; m40 = "The officer says, \"It is my sworn duty to protect and to serve.\""; m41 = "The man on the wagon is too busy driving the team to listen."; m42 = "Mr. Quail says, \"I sure do miss having your brother, Jake, around. It would be nice to know how he is doing.\""; m43 = "The bank teller says, \"I remember the day I helped you open your account at the bank.\""; m45 = "There is no one to talk to."; m46 = "No one is close enough to hear you."; m47 = "There is no wagon in sight."; m48 = "The wagon is driving by the park."; m49 = "This is the downtown Brooklyn Park. The gazebo and flowers catch the eye of those that walk by."; m50 = "You look through the cracks carefully. There must be something under the gazebo but you can't see it right here!"; m51 = "There's nothing up here!"; m53 = "There is nothing but water under the bridge."; m56 = "The flowers add a nice aroma to the park."; m58 = "You reply, \"Me, too. I miss Jake a lot. I hope someday we will meet again.\""; m59 = "You can't lift the planks."; m60 = "There is no candy here."; m61 = "All there is worth reading here are the signs on the lawn.";

logic 6Edit

m1 = "This is the beautiful downtown Brooklyn Park. There are fine lawns and flower arrangements."; m2 = "The sign says, \n" " \n" " \"KEEP \n" "\n" " OFF THE \n" "\n" " GRASS\""; m3 = "You are looking at the back side of the sign."; m4 = "From here you can't read any sign."; m5 = "The street that follows the river front is Water Street."; m6 = "Some mighty fine maple syrup would probably come out of these trees."; m7 = "These lawns are meticulously manicured and maintained."; m8 = "As you look across the East river, you view New York City."; m12 = "These chains have saved many people from falling into the chilly water."; m14 = "There is nothing unusual about the bridge."; m16 = "The streetlights light up the park."; m18 = "Across the East River is the metropolis of New York City."; m19 = "This is the East River."; m20 = "\"This is the police, \n" "\n" " FREEZE!!\""; m21 = "\"I'm going to have to give you a ticket for walking on the grass. In the future, PLEASE be more careful.\""; m23 = "\"Excuse me.\""; m24 = "\"Pardon me.\""; m25 = "You think to yourself, someday I will ride on that ship!"; m26 = "The ship is gone."; m27 = "The warehouse is at the end of the dock."; m28 = "He looks like a big, burly fella. I wouldn't want to get on the wrong side of the law!"; m29 = "You pick a few flowers, but not too many, so that others may also enjoy them."; m30 = "You are not close enough."; m32 = "There is a beautiful arrangement of flowers in the center of the park."; m34 = "You have done it! You are on the steamship on your way to California!!"; m35 = "You already have a nice bouquet of flowers so you decide to leave some for others."; m36 = "You see a %w2 patrolling the park."; m37 = "There isn't a %w2 in sight!"; m38 = "This driver and animal team are making good time down Water Street!"; m40 = "The bank teller is walking in the park."; m42 = "There is no one around."; m43 = "There is someone in the park but you're not close enough to see who it is."; m44 = "The officer says, \"It is a beautiful day for obeying the law. Isn't it sir?\""; m45 = "The man on the wagon can't hear you over the rumble of the wagon."; m47 = "The bank teller says, \"Come by the bank and check on your account someday.\""; m50 = "No one is close enough to hear you."; m51 = "There is a man driving a wagon down \"Water Street.\""; m52 = "There is no wagon here now."; m53 = "The warehouse is one of Brooklyn's proudest, and most recent, additions."; m54 = "There's no gold here, but don't give up until you find it!"; m55 = "The flowers add a nice aroma to the park."; m56 = "Along the Brooklyn shore you see many people and wagons! This may be your last look at these familiar scenes!!"; m57 = "You are on board the mighty \"Sea Farer!\""; m58 = "You're not strong enough!"; m59 = "Sea gulls are a common sight here."; m60 = "You have more sense than that! That water is cold!!"; m61 = "All there is worth reading here are the signs on the lawn.";

logic 7Edit

m2 = "The warehouse has been built recently."; m3 = "At the end of the dock is the warehouse."; m4 = "This is the East River."; m5 = "From the end of the dock you get an impressive view of New York City!"; m7 = "The ship is preparing for departure."; m8 = "The ship is gone."; m9 = "The captain of this vessel struts proudly across the ship's deck."; m10 = "The first mate is busy attending to his duties."; m11 = "The laborer is anxious for the ship to depart."; m12 = "You need to get a little closer to get a good look."; m13 = "There is no one around."; m14 = "It looks like this is the man who checks for tickets. He also looks like he is ready to get on the high seas, soon!"; m15 = "\"Welcome aboard the `Sea Farer!' It is my hope that my crew, my vessel and myself will be of service to you,\" says the captain."; m16 = "This crew member says, \"Ahoy mate! It won't be much longer and we will be departing for distant lands. I hope you will be with us!"; m17 = "The worker says, \"Uhhhhh, all I know is that I, uhhhh, put the coal in the boiler and, uhhh, I get to go where the ship goes.\""; m18 = "There isn't a seafaring soul in sight."; m19 = "There is someone in sight, but not close enough to talk to."; m20 = "You have %v3 points out of the 60 points available in Brooklyn! You've missed something somewhere!!"; m21 = "You have %v3 points out of the 60 points available in Brooklyn! Staying off the grass would help!!"; m22 = "You have 60 out of 60!!\n" "\n" " CONGRATULATIONS!!"; m23 = "The crewman says, \"The ship will be leaving in %v234 minutes.\""; m24 = "All aboard!!"; m25 = "Disembark! You have no ticket!"; m26 = "The new warehouse stands at the end of the dock. There is a ship preparing for departure."; m27 = "You see the dock and the warehouse."; m28 = "Sea gulls are common sights along the river front."; m29 = "The crewman says, \"The ship will be leaving in less than 1 minute!\""; m30 = "You have more sense than that! That water is cold!!"; m31 = "The mast looks very sturdy!"; m32 = "The paddle wheel is massive!"; m33 = "The \"Sea Farer\" is outfitted with brand-new rigging!"; m34 = "Tickets are not available here!"; m35 = "The smokestack has been polished to a fine shine!"; m39 = "You don't have a ticket!"; m40 = "That ticket will do you no good here!"; m41 = "You still lack something small, but valuable, that you may need in California."; m42 = "The boat is already gone."; m43 = "The crewman says, \"The ship is ready to go, we have been waiting for you. Let's get going!\""; m44 = "Shouldn't you get on the ship first?";

logic 8Edit

m1 = "You don't see many ladies as beautiful as this one!"; m2 = "Just walk up to the door and it will open."; m4 = "It wasn't long ago that a storm destroyed the old warehouse. Already, the townspeople have built another one."; m5 = "This is the main bank in Brooklyn. Most of the folks in town have their accounts here."; m6 = "You see the East River."; m7 = "It isn't the same as Betsy Ross's, but it still bears the Stars and Stripes."; m8 = "There is no need to lower the flag."; m9 = "The flag was raised this morning at dawn."; m10 = "Across the street from the bank is the downtown Brooklyn Park."; m11 = "The bank is on the corner of Water and Dock Streets."; m12 = "You don't need to do that."; m16 = "It's a city full of razzle-dazzle."; m19 = "The chains are supposed to keep folks from falling into the East River, but some people manage to get by them!"; m20 = "The streetlights light up the area outside the bank."; m21 = "The tree adds to the appearance of the bank."; m23 = "Across the East River you see the metropolis of New York City."; m24 = "The dock leads to the warehouse."; m25 = "The ship is preparing for departure."; m26 = "The ship is gone."; m27 = " GOLD DISCOVERED\n" " IN CALIFORNIA!!\n" " Take to the sea\n" " and RICH you will be! "; m28 = "You can't quite read the poster from here."; m29 = "There is no poster in sight!"; m30 = "The real estate man says, \"I'm looking for another real estate deal.\""; m32 = "It wouldn't be suprising if that money-minded real estate man is looking for change that has fallen on the ground!"; m33 = "She replies, \"I beg your pardon, sir. I'm a lady.\""; m34 = "This seaman is anxious to get on the high seas soon!"; m35 = "Now that is a picture-perfect example of a sailing man!"; m36 = "There is no one around."; m37 = "You are not close enough to get a good look."; m39 = "The lady replies, \"My husband just left for California to look for gold. He wants us to be rich, but I'd rather have him here!\""; m40 = "The working man says, \"Uhhhhh, I'm waiting for the ship to leave.\""; m41 = "This man is obviously a sailor and he says, \"I can't wait to get that ship under way!\""; m43 = "The man is too far away."; m44 = "This man says, \"Watch it boy! I'm not a %w2!!\""; m45 = "There is no woman in sight."; m46 = "The %w2 is not close enough."; m48 = "There is no gold here, but don't give up until you find it!"; m49 = "You cannot read a tree!"; m50 = "You are just outside of the Brooklyn Bank!"; m51 = "There is a poster on the tree in front of the bank."; m52 = "It is secured to the tree."; m54 = "There's nothing unusual about these windows."; m55 = "Nothing special down here!"; m56 = "Sea gulls are a common sight here!"; m57 = "You have more sense than that! That water is cold!!";

logic 9Edit

m1 = "Mr. Quail has been like a father to you."; m2 = "This is the Brooklyn Post Office."; m3 = "Nearly every Brooklyn citizen, whether they are wealthy or in want, has an account there."; m4 = "There are streetlights all over town."; m6 = "You recognize the midget as the man from the livery."; m7 = "There is a door to the Post Office."; m8 = "There is a tree or two down by the bank, but that is about it!"; m9 = "You see the lawns of the downtown Brooklyn Park."; m11 = "There is the young man from the grocery store."; m12 = "Old Glory is waving in the breeze with New York City in the background. Almost gives you goose bumps, doesn't it?"; m13 = "The post office is on the corner of Dock and Front Street."; m14 = "Don't be a slugabed (lazybones), walk up to it!"; m16 = "That will be difficult from here!"; m17 = "The ship is preparing for departure."; m18 = "The ship is gone."; m19 = " Go to CALIFORNIA \n" " in style!! \n" "Take the Panama Route! \n" " Inquire at: \n" " 12 Front Street"; m20 = "You cannot read the poster from here."; m21 = "There is no poster in sight."; m22 = "There goes your boss from the Brooklyn Evening Star."; m24 = "There is no one in sight."; m25 = "There is no one close enough."; m26 = "Mr. Quail says, \"You remind me a lot of your brother, Jake. I often wonder where he is and what he is doing.\""; m27 = "The short man says, \"I hope I can be of service to you at the livery someday.\""; m28 = "The young man says, \"Good day, sir. Hope to see you at the grocery store!\""; m29 = "Your boss says, \"I wish I had more employees like you, Jerrod!\""; m31 = "It is a rock sidewalk."; m32 = "Next to the trough is a water pump."; m33 = "That watering trough is a favorite spot for many of the animals in town."; m34 = "You are outside of the Brooklyn Post Office."; m35 = "Yuk! That water is for thirsty animals!"; m36 = "You are already doing that!"; m37 = "You can't see the livery from here, but it is close by."; m38 = "The park is nearby."; m39 = "The grocery store is in a different part of town."; m40 = "You cannot see the Brooklyn Evening Star office right now, but it is close by."; m41 = "You reply, \"I wonder about him often, too. I really hope to see him again someday.";

logic 10Edit

m1 = " Head for the\n" " GOLDEN STATE\n" "Before it's too late!"; m2 = "It is difficult to see the poster from here."; m3 = "There is no poster around here."; m4 = "Across the East River you see New York City."; m5 = "The purpose of the wrought-iron fence is to keep people from falling in the water."; m6 = "You see part of the hardware store. There is another store close by."; m7 = "You can barely see the warehouse at the end of the dock."; m8 = "The boardwalks lead to the stores."; m9 = "The ship is gone."; m10 = "You see the East River."; m11 = "The ship is preparing for departure."; m13 = "This is \"Water Street.\""; m14 = "It looks like that sailor is hustling and bustling around town preparing to go somewhere!"; m15 = "When the ship is at the dock, you see more people in this part of town."; m16 = "This man drives his wagon all over town."; m17 = "There is no one around."; m18 = "There is no one close enough."; m19 = "The crewman says, \"I hope you will be aboard when the ship leaves.\""; m20 = "This sailing man says, \"The captain advises we are going to California next. I can hardly wait to get on our way!!\""; m21 = "The man says, \"Uhhhhhh, I'll be in town until the ship leaves.\""; m22 = "The man on the wagon is intent on traveling, not talking!"; m23 = "There is no wagon in sight."; m24 = "That driver is making up for lost time on this straight stretch!"; m25 = "This is the back door to the hardware store."; m27 = "This door is never used, so it is locked."; m28 = "There is no reason to unlock this door."; m29 = "There are two stores near here."; m30 = "You have no key for this door."; m31 = "There is a poster on the wall of the hardware store."; m32 = "You see the wall of the hardware store."; m33 = "Sea gulls are a common sight here."; m34 = "You have more sense than that! That water is cold!!";

logic.11Edit

m1 = "The window's already open."; m2 = "The window's already unlatched."; m3 = "Ya unlatch the window."; m4 = "Yer not close enough."; m5 = "Ya cain't latch the window when the window's open."; m6 = "Ya latch the window."; m7 = "The window's already latched."; m8 = "Ya open the window."; m9 = "Ya cain't do that, the window's latched."; m10 = "Ya close the window."; m11 = "The window's already closed."; m12 = "Why? The window's open."; m13 = "Ya have no good reason to break the window."; m14 = "It's a tight fit, but ya manage to crawl thru the window."; m15 = "Ya cain't do that! The window's closed."; m16 = "The window's already broken."; m17 = "This cannon looks just like the one on the tombstone at Sutter's Fort!"; m18 = "The cannon wheel is difficult to turn."; m19 = "But as you continue to turn the wheel, you realize that an ingeniously designed mechanism is raising the back wall in the fireplace!!"; m20 = "Ya turn the wheel on the cannon and raise the back wall of the fireplace!"; m21 = "Ya turn the wheel on the cannon and lower the back wall of the fireplace!"; m22 = "The cannon is very securely attached to the mantle."; m23 = "The back wall of the fireplace is about three feet above its normal position."; m24 = "It's a brick fireplace with a decorative cannon on the mantle."; m25 = "If ya did that right now, you'd only get dirty!"; m26 = "Ya might get covered with soot, but ya climb into the fireplace!"; m27 = "But ya never know when the man might return!"; m28 = "This is a clean and tidy hotel room. It has everything a normal hotel room has and a fireplace."; m29 = "From here it looks like just a decorative cannon."; m30 = "The room has nice wallpaper."; m31 = "It's just a hardwood floor."; m32 = "Sittin' on the commode is a pitcher and bowl."; m33 = "There's a commode sittin' next to the bed."; m34 = "There's a pitcher and bowl sittin' on the commode."; m35 = "Next to the bed is a small rug to keep bare feet off the cold floor!"; m36 = "There are a couple of chairs in the hotel room."; m37 = "It is a neatly made bed."; m38 = "There's an ordinary table in the corner of the hotel room."; m39 = "There's a ledge outside of the window."; m40 = "Oh no!!"; m41 = "Ya hear someone comin' in the door!! It must be the man that is rentin' this room!!"; m42 = "Drat!! You've picked a lousy time to visit this room! The renter is here and man, is he steamin'!! Things are NOT lookin' good!"; m43 = "\"HOODLUM, BURGLAR, THIEF!\""; m44 = "\"Get the law up here and take him away!\""; m45 = "Ya have no need fer that."; m46 = "The back wall of the fireplace is already open."; m47 = "A dandy idea, but how?"; m48 = "The back wall of the fireplace is already closed."; m49 = "It won't do any good, the beggar has a key!"; m96 = "However, the wheel on this cannon looks bigger than the one on the tombstone."; m97 = "From here it looks like just a decorative cannon."; m98 = "It seems that this cannon wheel is too big to be merely a part of a decorative cannon."; m99 = "From here it looks like a wheel on a decorative cannon."; m101 = "A narrow ledge is on the outside wall of the hotel."; m103 = "You'll never strike it rich if you do that!";

logic 12Edit

m1 = "The window's already open."; m2 = "The window's already unlatched."; m3 = "Ya unlatch the window."; m4 = "Yer not close enough."; m5 = "Ya cain't latch the window when the window's open."; m6 = "Ya latch the window."; m7 = "The window's already latched."; m8 = "Ya open the window."; m9 = "Ya cain't do that, the window's latched."; m10 = "Ya close the window."; m11 = "The window's already closed."; m12 = "Why? The window's open!"; m13 = "Ya have no good reason to break the window."; m14 = "It's a tight fit, but ya manage to crawl thru the window."; m15 = "Ya cain't do that! The window's closed!"; m16 = "The window's already broken."; m17 = "This cannon looks just like the one on the tombstone at Sutter's Fort!"; m18 = "The cannon wheel is difficult to turn."; m19 = "But as you continue to turn the wheel, you realize that an ingeniously designed mechanism is raising the back wall in the fireplace!"; m20 = "Ya turn the wheel on the cannon and raise the back wall of the fireplace!"; m21 = "Ya turn the wheel on the cannon and lower the back wall of the fireplace!"; m22 = "The cannon is very securely attached to the mantle."; m23 = "The back wall of the fireplace is about three feet above its normal position."; m24 = "It's a brick fireplace with a decorative cannon on the mantle."; m25 = "If ya did that right now, you'd only get dirty!"; m26 = "Ya might get covered with soot, but ya climb into the fireplace!"; m28 = "There's a ledge outside of the window."; m29 = "There's a chair in the corner of the room."; m30 = "There's something on the table in the middle of the room. It looks like..."; m31 = "a handwritten and slightly yellowed note..."; m32 = "a magnet..."; m33 = "a gold coin..."; m34 = "...and that's about it!"; m35 = "There's a table in the middle of the room."; m36 = "There's a note on the table!"; m37 = "What note?"; m38 = "You are now in the elusive room 12! You see that a wall has been built where the door used to be, creating a small closet. There is also a table, a fireplace and bird cage."; m39 = "On the floor, close to the lower left corner, there's some string."; m40 = "Ya hear the door in room eleven slam shut."; m41 = "To read the note, ya got to have the note!"; m42 = "Ya already got the note!"; m43 = "Ya grab the note eager to see what it might say!"; m44 = "There's a magnet, shaped a horseshoe, on the table."; m45 = "What magnet?"; m46 = "There's some string wadded up on the floor in the corner."; m47 = "It's just a hardwood floor."; m48 = "There's a gold coin sitting on the table."; m49 = "From here you see no gold coin."; m50 = "Ya already have the magnet."; m51 = "Ya get the horseshoe-shaped magnet off the table."; m52 = "Ya already have some string."; m53 = "Ya snatch the string off the dusty floor."; m54 = "Ya see no gold coin."; m55 = "Ya get the gold coin off the table."; m56 = "There's a bird cage in the corner of the room."; m57 = "Not right now, the bird is flyin' through the window!"; m58 = "There's a bird cage in the corner of the room and there's a bird in the cage!"; m59 = "There's no bird in sight."; m60 = "The bird's flutterin' outside the window."; m61 = "The bird's flyin' through the window to the cage!"; m62 = "The bird's quietly sittin' in the cage."; m63 = "The bird's leavin' through the window."; m64 = "The bird has a small capsule attached to its leg."; m65 = "What %w2?"; m66 = "That ain't too easy when the bird's flyin' around!"; m67 = "In very small script ya see this engraved on the capsule: \"For a clue to my exact location, insert proof of identification here!\""; m68 = "Ya need to be very close to the capsule to do that!"; m69 = "Dandy idea, but how?"; m70 = "Ya carefully roll up the family photo and put it in the capsule!"; m71 = "Yer family photo is carefully placed in the capsule!"; m72 = "There's an aerogram in the capsule!"; m73 = "It's a blank, empty capsule."; m74 = "Ya don't have a family photo!"; m75 = "There's no aerogram in the capsule!"; m76 = "Without gettin' yer hand pecked up too badly, ya get the aerogram out of the capsule!"; m77 = "The capsule's nowhere to be seen!"; m78 = "There's no aerogram 'round here."; m79 = "Ya stick yer hand in the cage and the bird pecks the livin' daylights out of it! It just ain't worth it!"; m80 = "There's no aerogram here, just an empty capsule."; m81 = "This isn't an aerogram, it's yer family photo!"; m82 = "There it is! An aerogram is in the capsule!"; m83 = "There's no aerogram in sight. This is just an empty capsule."; m85 = "A wall has been built in this room where the door used to be, making this room inaccessible to a normal man."; m86 = "Ya notice some string lyin' on the hardwood floor."; m87 = "It's just a normal, but dusty, bed."; m88 = "Ya have no need fer that."; m89 = "The message is written on a folded piece of paper with only one word visible on the outside..."; m90 = "\n" " CONFIDENTIAL!! \n" " \n"; m91 = "Ya don't have a message."; m92 = "The back wall of the fireplace is already open."; m93 = "The back wall of the fireplace is already closed."; m94 = "There's no bird in sight."; m95 = "There's no door to this room. A wall has been built where the door once was."; m96 = "However, the wheel on this cannon looks bigger than the one on the tombstone."; m97 = "From here it looks like a decorative cannon."; m98 = "It seems that this cannon wheel is too big to be merely a part of a decorative cannon."; m99 = "From here it looks like a wheel on a decorative cannon."; m100 = "Walls have been built in room 12 to make it appear like a closet from the hallway!"; m101 = "A narrow ledge is on the outside wall of the hotel."; m102 = "There is no door to this room."; m103 = "You'll never strike it rich if you do that!"; m104 = "Ya don't have an aerogram.";

logic 13Edit

" Get your goods here \n" " and then get going!! \n" "\n" " CALIFORNIA GOLD \n" " won't wait!!\n"; m2 = "You can't see the poster from here."; m3 = "There isn't a poster around here."; m4 = "This part of town is full of seafaring men when the ship is at the dock."; m5 = "Whenever the ship is at the dock, seaman are seen around town."; m6 = "This man takes pride in his heritage as a sailor!"; m7 = "There is no one around."; m8 = "The man isn't close enough."; m9 = "This ship worker says, \"Uhhhhh, I'm waiting for the ship to leave.\""; m10 = "This ship worker says, \"Uhhhhh, I'm ready to get back on the high seas.\""; m11 = "This crewman says, \"After being at sea for so long, I'm having to get my land legs back!\""; m12 = "This sailor says, \"I have been riding the high seas all my life and I love it!\""; m13 = "The grocery and hardware stores make up this part of town."; m14 = "The boardwalk is just outside of these stores."; m15 = "Everyone in town loves these streetlights."; m16 = "Here, in front of these stores, Water Street turns and heads toward Fulton Street."; m17 = "This hardware store is one of the most prominent businesses in all of Brooklyn."; m18 = "The grocery store is a booming business in this part of Brooklyn."; m19 = "The most prominent businesses in Brooklyn are located here in this part of town."; m20 = "Through the hardware store windows you can see all kinds of hardware."; m21 = "Just look at all that good food in there!"; m22 = "The grocery and hardware stores have windows."; m24 = "Just walk up to it."; m25 = "What a pretty magenta canopy!"; m26 = "There is no door close enough."; m27 = "This is the door to the hardware store.";

logic 14Edit

m1 = "This is the dock that the ferry to New York uses. You see a man guarding the dock."; m2 = "As you look across the East River, you see the city of New York. It amazes you that you have never had time to travel as far as New York!"; m3 = "This is another view of the East River."; m4 = "Stationed here at the gate is a man whose job is to guide the huge ferries into the dock."; m6 = "The guard says, \"Hi, Jerrod. I haven't had any ferries to guide into the dock today.\""; m8 = "These gates are kept locked until a ferry arrives."; m10 = "Well, here it is! This is the ferry that will take you to across the East River for the first time since you moved to Brooklyn!"; m13 = "You see no ferry. However, one will show up sooner or later!"; m14 = "There are two small booths on either side of the gate that house the ferry guards."; m15 = "This is where Fulton Street comes to an abrupt and watery end."; m18 = " Maybe. "; m19 = "This gate is to keep people, such as yourself, from getting hurt when ferries are coming and going from this dock."; m20 = "New York City is on the far side of the river."; m22 = "One false step and your life is over. Watch your step!"; m23 = "The guard says, \"I don't sell tickets. Sorry, Jerrod.\""; m24 = "It won't be long and you will be headed for New York City!"; m25 = "The guard says, \"The ferry comes to Brooklyn when a stage needs it.\""; m26 = "The guard says, \"I can't do anything with your ticket, Jerrod.\""; m27 = "You say to the guard, \"Good day!\""; m28 = "You don't have a ticket."; m29 = "\"The ferry only comes to Brooklyn when the stage company requests it.\""; m30 = "You have more sense than that! That water is cold!!";

logic 15Edit

m1 = " The stage is set, \n" " You best get on it!! \n" " \n" " CALIFORNIA GOLD!!"; m2 = "You are not able to read the poster from here."; m3 = " The sign says \n" "\n" "\" EMPLOYEES ONLY! \""; m4 = "\"Hi, Jerrod. Please wait outside. I will be right out to help you.\""; m5 = "\"What may I help you with today?\""; m8 = "There is no stage here now."; m9 = "The midget says, \"So the gold in California is luring you away from Brooklyn. You surprise me, Jerrod!\""; m10 = "This door is open only when the stage is ready to leave."; m11 = "The stage driver lets you know, in no uncertain terms, that you had better not do that just yet!"; m12 = "Now what? %g69"; m13 = "Yes?"; m14 = "No?"; m15 = "Get closer!!"; m16 = "Sorry! "; m17 = "The midget says, \"So you've made up your mind to go for the gold! I hope you strike it rich!\""; m18 = "\"Hey! Harry! Bring that stage on over here!\""; m19 = "The short man says, \"You cannot use that ticket here, Jerrod. You need to go to the ship dock!\""; m20 = "You have determined that walking behind a horse is hazardous to your health."; m21 = "This is the Brooklyn livery."; m22 = "You are at the livery. You are going to see a few horses!"; m23 = "There is no one close enough."; m24 = "This man is so short it is unbelievable!"; m25 = "There is a man sitting on the stage."; m26 = "Just outside of the livery, there is a man sitting on the stage."; m27 = "You are in the stage by yourself!"; m28 = "The midget isn't close enough to get a good look."; m29 = "There is no stage driver in sight!"; m30 = "The stage driver has nothing to say!"; m31 = "The stage driver cannot hear you from there."; m32 = "The midget cannot hear you at this distance."; m33 = "The stage driver says, \"You need to show it to the short man.\""; m34 = "You don't even have a ticket!"; m35 = "This stage is state of the art!!"; m36 = "What about a ticket?"; m37 = "This fence keeps the horses from wandering all over Brooklyn."; m38 = "It is just a typical window."; m39 = "These horses are not for sale!"; m40 = "This is Fulton Street!"; m41 = "Around these stables you really need to watch your step!"; m42 = "The horse is not yours!"; m43 = "There is usually a midget around the livery."; m44 = "The midget says, \"So you believe those rumors about gold, Jerrod. You are a courageous young man!\""; m47 = "The midget says, \"So you believe those rumors about the gold. I hope you strike it rich!\""; m48 = "\"But anyway, Jerrod. I can't help you yet, I don't sell tickets\""; m49 = "\"I am thinking about heading West, but all I am giving up is a life of shoveling manure. You have something to lose!\"";

logic 16Edit

m1 = " The stage is set, \n" " You best get on it!! \n" " \n" " CALIFORNIA GOLD!!"; m2 = "You are not able to read the poster from here."; m3 = " The sign says \n" "\n" "\" EMPLOYEES ONLY! \""; m4 = "\"Hi, Jerrod. Please wait outside. I will be right out to help you.\""; m5 = "\"What may I help you with today?\""; m8 = "There is no stage here now."; m9 = "The midget says, \"So the gold in California is luring you away from Brooklyn. You surprise me, Jerrod!\""; m10 = "This door is open only when the stage is ready to leave."; m11 = "The stage driver lets you know, in no uncertain terms, that you had better not do that just yet!"; m12 = "Now what? %g69"; m13 = "Yes?"; m14 = "No?"; m15 = "Get closer!!"; m16 = "Sorry! "; m17 = "The midget says, \"So you've made up your mind to go for the gold! I hope you strike it rich!\""; m18 = "\"Hey! Harry! Bring that stage on over here!\""; m19 = "The short man says, \"You cannot use that ticket here, Jerrod. You need to go to the ship dock!\""; m20 = "You have determined that walking behind a horse is hazardous to your health."; m21 = "This is the Brooklyn livery."; m22 = "You are at the livery. You are going to see a few horses!"; m23 = "There is no one close enough."; m24 = "This man is so short it is unbelievable!"; m25 = "There is a man sitting on the stage."; m26 = "Just outside of the livery, there is a man sitting on the stage."; m27 = "You are in the stage by yourself!"; m28 = "The midget isn't close enough to get a good look."; m29 = "There is no stage driver in sight!"; m30 = "The stage driver has nothing to say!"; m31 = "The stage driver cannot hear you from there."; m32 = "The midget cannot hear you at this distance."; m33 = "The stage driver says, \"You need to show it to the short man.\""; m34 = "You don't even have a ticket!"; m35 = "This stage is state of the art!!"; m36 = "What about a ticket?"; m37 = "This fence keeps the horses from wandering all over Brooklyn."; m38 = "It is just a typical window."; m39 = "These horses are not for sale!"; m40 = "This is Fulton Street!"; m41 = "Around these stables you really need to watch your step!"; m42 = "The horse is not yours!"; m43 = "There is usually a midget around the livery."; m44 = "The midget says, \"So you believe those rumors about gold, Jerrod. You are a courageous young man!\""; m47 = "The midget says, \"So you believe those rumors about the gold. I hope you strike it rich!\""; m48 = "\"But anyway, Jerrod. I can't help you yet, I don't sell tickets\""; m49 = "\"I am thinking about heading West, but all I am giving up is a life of shoveling manure. You have something to lose!\"";

logic 17Edit

m1 = "As a child you visited this building often. You wanted to learn everything you could about the newspaper business."; m2 = "There is nothing unusual about these windows."; m4 = "There are streetlights all over town."; m5 = "You are outside of the business office of the Brooklyn Evening Star."; m6 = "Fulton Street and Front Street intersect here."; m9 = "Just walk up to it."; m10 = "There goes the young man from the grocery store."; m11 = "There is the midget you see around the livery."; m12 = "This is another of Brooklyn's beautiful ladies!"; m13 = "There is no one around."; m14 = "You see a lady in the distance."; m15 = "You see a man in the distance."; m16 = "The young man from the grocery store says, \"It's a beautiful day! Isn't it, sir?\""; m17 = "The short man from the livery says, \"Drop by the livery sometime.\""; m18 = "The sophisticated Brooklyn lady says, \"Hi, Jerrod! I thought a strong, smart, young man like you would have already been gone to California!\""; m19 = "You are not close enough."; m20 = "The man says, \"I beg your pardon!\""; m21 = "The midget says, \"I'm not a %w2, shorty!\""; m22 = "You can see this lawn from your office window."; m23 = "The fence surrounds this nice yard."; m24 = "The post office is behind the Brooklyn Evening Star business office."; m25 = "The stairs lead to the front door of the newspaper office.

logic 18Edit

= "From here you cannot read a tombstone!"; m7 = " Resting in \n" " this sod\n" "\n" " Caleb Fletcher\n" "\n" " Who casually drowned\n" " in the \n" " Scungamug River\n" "on the 17th day of July\n" " Age 47\n"; m8 = " Beneath this\n" " monument\n" "lies what remains of\n" "\n" " Benjamin Malone\n" "\n" " Tragically taken \n" " from this world\n" " by a wild horse\n" " Age 32\n"; m9 = " Under this stone\n" " rest the decaying\n" " remains of \n" "\n" " Harry Hartwig\n" "\n" "who was born in New Haven\n" "and for the last 20 years\n" " of his life was a \n" " respected inhabitant\n" " of this town\n"; m10 = " In Memory of\n" "\n" " Joanna\n" "\n" "who should have been\n" " the wife of\n" " Jackson Porter\n" "\n" " Died in the 70th\n" " year of her age\n"; m11 = " Here lies\n" "the entombed body of\n" "\n" " Tara Knowles\n" "\n" " Died in the 63rd\n" " year of her age\n" " May 5, 1839\n"; m12 = " Here lies the\n" " body of widow\n" "\n" "Elizabeth Norwood\n" "\n" "\n" " Asleep in Dust\n" "\n"; m13 = "\n" " In memory of \n" " Capt. Thomas Stetson \n" "Who was killed by the fall of a tree Nov. 28, 1820 \n" "\n" "Nearly 30 years he was master of a vessel and left that \n" " employment at the age of \n" " 48 for the less hazardous \n" " one of cultivating his farm. \n" " Man is never secure from \n" " the arrest of death. \n"; m14 = " Here lies\n" " as silent as clay\n" "\n" " Ima Tyler\n" "\n" "Silence was broken\n" " Dec. 3, 1782\n" "\n" " Silent since\n" " Feb. 20, 1827\n"; m15 = " Here lies\n" "In a perfect state\n" " of oblivion\n" "\n" " Daniel Riley\n" "\n" " Who died\n" " February 2, 1829\n" " Age 52\n"; m16 = "\n" " Here lie the \n" " remains of \n" "\n" "Humphrey York \n" " 1790 - 1839 \n" "\n" "I don't know \n" " how to die \n"; m18 = "You have a beautiful view of Brooklyn including the post office, bank and warehouse."; m19 = "Across the East River is New York City."; m22 = "The brick wall surrounds the cemetery."; m23 = "Trees surround the cemetery."; m24 = "The grass is well-clipped."; m25 = "This is a dirt path."; m30 = "Although it is painful, you visit the cemetery occasionally. You have loved ones buried here."; m31 = "The sign reads \"Greenwood,\" but that's not important."; m40 = "The ship is preparing for departure."; m41 = "There goes the ship to California!"; m42 = "Many of the tombstones have crosses on them."; m43 = "This cemetery is filled with many tombstones."; m44 = "The ship is gone.";

logic 19Edit

m1 = "There are tombstones of every size and shape. Some graves have flowers on them."; m3 = "You need to get closer to a tombstone to read one!"; m6 = "\n" " Bathsheba James,\n" " wife of Capt. William James.\n" "\n" "She was killed instantaneously \n" " in a thunder storm by\n" " the electric fluid of\n" " lightening on the sixth\n" " day of July, 1830,\n" " aged 36 yrs & 26 dys.\n"; m7 = "\n" " In Memory of \n" "\n" " Sarah Prudden \n" "\n" " who with a \n" " happier world in view \n" "departed this mortal state \n" " July 27, 1788 \n" " in the 80th year \n" " of her age. \n"; m8 = "\n" " Serene and calm \n" " the mind in peace, \n" " His virtues shone, \n" "with mild increase. \n" "\n" " In memory of \n" "Benjamin Rowe, Esq.\n"; m9 = "\n" " In Memory of Miss \n" "Lucina Willcox, who \n" " Died May 7th 1800 \n" " aged 20 years. \n" "\n" " Death is a debt \n" " by nature due; \n" " I've paid my shot, \n" " and so must you. \n"; m10 = "\n" " In Loving Memory of \n" "\n" " Martha Wilson \n" " 1839 Age 31 \n" "\n" "May she rest in Peace. \n" "\n" " Survived by her sons \n" " Jake and Jerrod. \n"; m11 = "\n" "In respect for our father \n" "\n" " Marshall Wilson \n" " Taken away 1839 \n" " Age 33 \n" "\n" " A man whose steps are \n" " worthy to walk in. \n" " This great name to be \n" " carried on by \n" " Jake and Jerrod. \n"; m12 = " Here lies \n" " William Deering \n" " 1838 Age 49 \n" "\n" " For me the world \n" " hath had its charms \n" " And I've embraced \n" " them in my arms, \n" " Courted its joys \n" "and sought its bliss \n" " Although I knew \n" " the end was this. \n"; m13 = "\n" " In memory of \n" " Capt. Thomas Stetson \n" "Who was killed by the fall of a tree Nov. 28, 1820 \n" "\n" "Nearly 30 years he was master of a vessel and left that \n" " employment at the age of \n" " 48 for the less hazardous \n" " one of cultivating his farm. \n" " Man is never secure from \n" " the arrest of death. \n"; m14 = " Charles Henry Gilson \n" " son of \n" " Xenophon & Mary \n" " Gilson, Died \n" " April 18, 1845 \n" "Age 6 yrs 3 mo 20 dys \n" "He was instantly killed \n" "by a stagecoach passing \n" " over him."; m15 = " In Memory of \n" " Samuel Barns, Son of \n" " Mr. Samuel Barns & Mrs. \n" " Welthy Barns whose \n" " Death was Occasion'd \n" "by a Scald from a Tea pot \n" " March 27th 1794 aged 7 \n" " months"; m16 = "\n" " Here lie the \n" " remains of \n" "\n" "Humphrey York \n" " 1790 - 1839 \n" "\n" "I don't know \n" " how to die \n"; m17 = "\n" " Resting in a \n" " Dreamless Sleep \n" "\n" " Clay J. Wright \n" "Died Jan 21, 1829 \n" "\n" " Going, but know \n" " not where. \n"; m18 = " Sacred to the \n" " Memory of \n" "\n" " Della S. Angell \n" " July 20, 1840 \n" "46 yrs 3 mos 21 dys \n"; m19 = "\n" " Those who cared for \n" " him while living, \n" "will know whose body \n" " is buried here. \n" " To others, \n" " it does not matter. \n"; m20 = " In Memory of \n" " Elvira Wood \n" "\n" " Departed this life \n" " Nov 2, 1837 \n" "\n" " Here lies one Wood \n" " enclosed in wood. \n" " One Wood within another. \n" " The outer wood \n" " is very good, \n" "We cannot praise the other. \n"; m21 = "\n" "This stone stands \n" " in Honor of \n" "\n" " Augustus R. Huge \n" "\n" "\n"; m22 = " Mary Lefavour \n" " 1797 Age 74 \n" "\n" " Reader pass on and \n" " ne'er waste your time, \n" " On bad biography \n" " and bitter rhyme. \n" " For what I am this \n" "crumb'rous clay insures, \n" " And what I was, \n" " is no matter of yours. \n"; m23 = " Now at Rest\n" "\n" " Dwight Hosokins\n" "\n" " A neighbor to the\n" " neighborless\n" "\n" "A friend to the friendless\n" "\n" " An enemy to those\n" " with no enemies"; m24 = "\n" " Constance Marie \n" "\n" " daughter of \n" "Mr Jonathan Bellum & \n" " Luella Bellum \n" "\n" " Age 1 day \n"; m25 = "\n" " Norma Sue \n" "\n" " daughter of \n" "Mr Jonathan Bellum & \n" " Luella Bellum \n" "\n" " Age 1 day \n"; m26 = "\n" " In Loving Memory \n" " of my wife \n" "\n" " Luella C. Bellum \n" "\n" " Who, while attempting \n" "to give life to others, \n" " gave her own. \n" "\n" " Died 1838 Age 32 \n"; m27 = "\n" " Mary Ann \n" "\n" " daughter of \n" "Mr Jonathan Bellum & \n" " Luella Bellum \n" "\n" " Age 1 day \n"; m28 = "\n" " Bryan James \n" "\n" " The only son of \n" "Mr Jonathan Bellum & \n" " Luella Bellum \n" "\n" " Age 3 days \n"; m29 = "\n" " Here lies the \n" " body of \n" "\n" " Josh Young \n" "\n" " Born Aug 19, 1802 \n" " Died Sept 29, 1839 \n" "\n" " Thirty-seven years of \n" "misery have finally ended. \n"; m30 = " Here lies\n" "\n" " Wanda Shadow\n" " wife of Mr. Shadow\n" "\n" " Died Nov 6th 1827\n" " Having had 13 children\n" " 109 grandchildren\n" " 281 great grandchildren\n" "56 great great grandchildren\n"; m31 = " Samuel Severe\n" "\n" " Born 1776\n" " Died 1825\n" "\n" " Life's a blessing\n" " that can't be sold,\n" " It can't be bought \n" "with all this world's gold.\n"; m32 = " Buried in a grave\n" " ten feet deep lies\n" "\n" " Franklin D. Jordan\n" "\n" " Born August 10, 1771\n" "\n" "Died September 1, 1831\n"; m33 = " Here lies the \n" " precious dust of \n" "\n" " Jarrett Dorman\n" "\n" "A desirable neighbor\n" " A tender husband \n" " A careful father \n" " A faithful friend \n"; m34 = " This stone \n" " was erected in\n" " memory of\n" "\n" " Jeremiah Thorne\n" "\n" " Who resigned his\n" " life on the\n" "23rd day of April\n" " 1837\n"; m35 = "A very nice thought, but get closer to a special grave."; m36 = "You don't have any flowers to give."; m37 = "\n" " In Memory of\n" " Colin MacKenzie\n" " A native of Scotland\n" " by accident,\n" "but a citizen of the U.S.\n" " by choice.\n" " Died June 23, 1839,\n" " Aged 61 Years\n"; m38 = "A brick wall surrounds the cemetery."; m39 = "Trees surround the cemetery."; m40 = "The grass is well clipped."; m41 = "It is a dirt path."; m42 = "Although it is painful, you visit the cemetery occasionally. You have loved ones buried here."; m47 = "When you visit your parents graves, you bring a bouquet of flowers in their memory."; m48 = "It was a dark, damp, dreary, cold, rainy, windy, winter night many years ago that your mother and father were suddenly taken in an unfortunate horse-drawn buggy accident."; m49 = "How quickly and tragically they w ere taken. You never have, and most likely never will, understood why."; m50 = "There is a bouquet of flowers on your parents' graves."; m51 = "Flowers have been placed on a few graves."; m52 = "Many tombstones have crosses on them."; m53 = "Hmmmmm. An interesting idea, but it won't work here!"; m54 = "You don't have a letter!"; m58 = "You are near your parents' graves."; m59 = "You already have some flowers."; m60 = "These flowers are not yours.";

logic 20Edit

m125 = "<F8> to return to the cemetery."; m201 = "What a view!!"; m202 = "From here you have an excellent view of the East River."; m203 = "You see a quaint little church!"; m204 = "A small cluster of homes surround the church, making it the hub of this little hamlet."; m206 = "You see the outskirts of Brooklyn."; m208 = "The view of New York City is breathtaking!"; m209 = "The trees add to the greenery of the landscape."; m210 = "You are aboard the mighty \"Sea Farer.\" This may be the last time you see these familiar sights of Brooklyn!"; m211 = "The ship is not in sight.";

logic 21Edit

m20 = "You have %v3 points out of the 60 points possible so far! Keep trying!!"; m21 = "You have %v3 points out of the 60 points possible so far! Be careful in the parks!"; m22 = "You have 60 points of the possible 60!!\n" "\n" "WELL DONE!"; m23 = "The animal team and stage are waiting for the ferry."; m24 = "The ferry is approaching the Brooklyn dock."; m25 = "The ferry is pulling away from Brooklyn. You are on your way!"; m26 = "The view of the East River and New York City is very impressive!"; m27 = "You still lack something small, but valuable, that you will need in California."; m28 = "The ferry is pulling away from the Brooklyn dock. You are on your way!"; m29 = "The ferry is inbound to the Brooklyn dock."; m30 = "You are now on board the ferry headed for New York City, the first stop on your way to California!";

logic 22Edit

m1 = "The teller says, \"How may I help you?\""; m2 = "The teller says, \"Excuse me, that window is closed.\""; m3 = "\"Okay Jerrod. What is your account number?\""; m4 = "The teller says, \"I'll help you at the window.\""; m5 = "\"Just one moment, I'll get your money for you.\""; m6 = "\"Your account balance is $0.00.\""; m7 = "\"The balance in your account is $200.00.\""; m8 = "Be careful with that information. You never know who might be listening!"; m9 = "Account number: "; m10 = "\"I'm sorry, there is no account at this bank with that number.\""; m11 = "\"Just a moment, I'll check to see if he's free to see you.\""; m13 = "No one around here is listening to you."; m14 = "My, oh my, aren't we creative? The president of this bank made the last person who tried that very sorry!"; m15 = " \"Go ahead.\n" "Make my day!\""; m16 = "You're welcome!"; m17 = "This is the bank clerk. He looks extremely busy! I wouldn't bother him."; m18 = "Welcome to Brooklyn Bank!"; m19 = "Neither the teller nor the bank clerk can hear you from here."; m23 = "\"Excuse me Mr. Quail, there is a gentleman here that would like to see you.\""; m24 = "\"Not again! Don't they realize I'm a busy man?\""; m25 = "\"I'll be right there.\""; m26 = "\"Well, hello Jerrod! What can I help you with today?\""; m27 = "The teller is not at the window."; m28 = "Mr. Quail says, \"Wesley, would you please get Jerrod his savings? His account number is %v48. Thank you!\""; m29 = "You are already doing that!"; m30 = "\"Certainly, Mr. Quail. I'll do it right away!\""; m31 = "\"Here is your $200.00, sir.\""; m32 = "Mr. Quail says, \"Sorry Jerrod, I can't help you with that, the teller will have to do that.\""; m33 = "This is the impressive interior of the Brooklyn Bank. There is activity everywhere you look."; m34 = "This is a beautiful marble floor."; m35 = "There is no %w2 in sight."; m36 = "You shouldn't be surprised that there is a %w2 around, considering all the money that is around here!!"; m37 = "It is just a normal bank door."; m38 = "Just walk up to it."; m39 = "These windows are squeaky clean!"; m40 = "What about money?"; m41 = "That won't help. Tell the teller what you want to do."; m42 = "You don't even have a statement."; m43 = "Sorry, they won't loan you any money here."; m44 = "Statements are not stored here. They are delivered to the account holder's home address."; m45 = "Only the teller has access to the drawers."; m46 = "You already have your bank statement."; m47 = "It is just a normal flight of stairs."; m48 = "The bank president is Mr. Quail, a longtime friend of the family."; m49 = "\"Sorry, Jerrod! We are all out of deposit forms. You won't be able to do that!\""; m50 = "They are just typical bank walls."; m51 = "You see people busily at work within the bank."; m52 = "\"I am not authorized to look up your account number.\""; m53 = "There is a better way to do this, Jerrod! But I'll tell you this time. Your account number is %v48.";

logic 23Edit

m1 = "What is that horrendous noise? It must be the ship leaving!"; m2 = "Bon Voyage! The ship is gone!"; m3 = "This warehouse is huge! There is a poster attached to a large post."; m4 = "These boxes and crates have come from all over the world!"; m6 = "It is a beautiful view of the East Sound."; m8 = "Through the windows, you have a spectacular view of New York City and the East River."; m9 = " Go to\n" "\n" "CALIFORNIA!!\n" "\n" " by Sea\n" " on The\n" " Modern\n" "\n" " SEA FARER!\n" "Inquire at:\n" " 12 Front St."; m10 = "You are looking at the back side of the poster!"; m11 = "You need to get closer."; m12 = "These crates are all nailed shut."; m13 = "Climbing crates will get you nowhere!"; m14 = "These crates are far too heavy to move!"; m15 = "These crates are far too heavy to carry around!"; m16 = "There is nothing important up here!"; m17 = "The warehouse was built of wood."; m18 = "Typical warehouse walls built of wood."; m19 = "Sea gulls are a familiar sight around here!"; m20 = "There is nothing important down here!"; m21 = "The crates have nothing to read on them."; m22 = "Strike any key to return to warehouse!"; m23 = "%g69"; m24 = "You see a poster attached to a large post."; m30 = "You have more sense than that! That water is cold!!";

logic 24Edit

m1 = "You are not close enough to do that!"; m2 = " You best make haste, \n" "There is no time to waste! \n" " Head West to \n" " CALIFORNIA!!"; m3 = "You see nothing very exciting. There are just a few horses and buggies for sale."; m4 = " WANTED! \n" "Dead or Alive! \n" "\n" " Zack Pitts \n" " Use caution! \n" "He's dangerous!"; m5 = "You come to the Post Office often. There is a counter between you and the mailboxes."; m6 = "There is a bell on the counter between you and the mailboxes."; m7 = "There is a small sign beside the bell that reads: \n" "\n" " RING FOR SERVICE."; m8 = "RING-A-LING-A-LING!!"; m9 = "DING! DING!"; m10 = "DING! DING! DING!"; m11 = "\"What can I do for you?\""; m12 = "There is no one here to help you."; m13 = "The postmaster isn't quite here yet, but he's on the way!"; m14 = "\"Let me check. I'll be right back.\""; m15 = "\"Good news, Jerrod! You have a letter!!\""; m16 = "The postmaster says, \"You have been checking your mailbox everyday for the last eleven years hoping to hear from Jake.\""; m17 = "Be patient! He's checking and he will be right back!"; m18 = "I don't think he heard you."; m19 = "You see a few letters in the mailboxes."; m20 = "You see your letter sitting on the counter."; m21 = "%g69"; m24 = "Fantastic!! %g69"; m25 = "So sorry... %g69"; m26 = "There are three doors here, none of them are important."; m27 = "If you want service, there is only one way to get it: ring the bell on the counter!"; m28 = "The postmaster is behind the counter waiting to serve you."; m29 = "You notice a man occasionally walk by the door to the back room."; m30 = "Under the bulletin board is a counter and some cabinets."; m31 = "There is no one with you at the moment."; m32 = "Be patient!! The postmaster is on his way to the counter."; m33 = "I'm sure he'll talk to you when he gets back. Right now he's busy!"; m34 = "He's not listening, he's leaving."; m35 = " This door is for \n" "\n" " \"EMPLOYEES ONLY.\""; m36 = "Just walk up to it."; m37 = "You are not close enough to a door."; m38 = "It is just a wooden floor."; m39 = "You're welcome!!"; m40 = "Buzzer?? What's a buzzer?"; m41 = "The postmaster exclaims,"; m42 = "He places the letter on the counter."; m43 = "On one of the walls there is a bulletin board."; m44 = "From here it is plain to see that these are false-faced cabinets! They really aren't cabinets at all!! Cheap!!!"; m45 = "What about %w1?"; m46 = "There is a bell on the counter if you would like some service!"; m47 = "There are envelopes in the mailboxes, but you can't get close enough to see them."; m48 = "You have no need of a stamp."; m49 = "You would like to send a letter to Jake, but you aren't sure where he is."; m50 = "You aren't holding a letter!"; m51 = "You can't see a postmark from this distance."; m52 = "The sign won't move!"; m53 = " The sign says,\n" "\n" "\"EMPLOYEES ONLY\"\n"; m54 = "\"I'm real sorry, Jerrod. There's still no word. I know how close the two of you were.\""; m55 = "You reply with a sigh, \"Thanks for checking. I hope I hear from Jake someday.\""; m56 = "\"Nothing in your mailbox, Jerrod.\""; m57 = "You don't have a letter to read.";

logic 25Edit

m1 = "Currently, the desk top is open."; m2 = "You must get closer to do that."; m3 = "Currently, the desk top is closed."; m4 = "This is a roll top desk."; m5 = "There is a roll top desk in the living room."; m6 = "Right now you see no bank statement."; m7 = "Lost, for who knows how long, is a statement of your bank account at Brooklyn Bank."; m8 = "You retrieve the crumpled bank statement from between the slats of the roll top desk."; m9 = "You already have your bank statement."; m10 = "Crumpled, slightly faded and wedged between the slats of the roll top is what appears to be a misplaced bank statement."; m11 = "There is a painting on the wall above the desk. There are also a few paintings in the family album on the table."; m12 = "There is a painting on the wall above the desk. There is a photo in the family album on the table."; m13 = "This floor, in fact the entire house, is constructed of the finest lumber available in the New England region."; m14 = "Leonard is your neighbor."; m15 = "This table was handcrafted by your grandpa. Resting on the table is an old family album and a lamp."; m16 = "In the living room there is a desk in the corner and a table in the center of the room."; m17 = "This is the only bedroom in the house. The only thing in the bedroom is a bed."; m18 = "This is the main entryway. The living room is to your right."; m19 = "You never cook, but you can't forget the meals your mother prepared here."; m20 = "For this, you really need to get closer."; m21 = "There is a chair by the desk and one by the table."; m25 = "There's nothing special about these rugs; they just get walked on."; m28 = "If you want to look at the closet, you'll have to get closer."; m29 = "In years past, this closet was bulging with all kinds of useful things."; m30 = "Now, it is a place used to store things you don't need."; m31 = "If you want to look at the kitchen, get in the kitchen!"; m32 = "Here is a fine example of your father's craftsmanship. You never took much interest in the family trade."; m33 = "If you want to see the %w2, then you will have to go into the kitchen."; m34 = "As a child, you and Jake slept in the attic."; m35 = "This is your bed."; m36 = "You need to be in the bedroom!"; m37 = "This is a brick fireplace."; m38 = "If you want to see the %w2, you will have to go into the living room."; m40 = "This is a beautiful painting of your parents on their wedding day."; m41 = "You sure got your father's nose!"; m43 = "Memories, memories, memories... Every time you look at this album, it brings back memories!"; m44 = "You already have a family photo from the album!"; m45 = "And finally, you see a photo of your entire family together. You remember the excitement of posing together in front of the camera!"; m46 = "It is a very, very special photo to you."; m47 = "Here is a painting of your older brother, Jake, when he was just a baby. You often think of Jake, wondering where he is and what he is doing."; m48 = "And just across the page is a painting of you. You must have been about eighteen months old."; m49 = "The album begins with a painting of your father and his best man, Mr. Quail, the bank president, shaking hands after the wedding!"; m50 = "You carefully remove the family photo from the album."; m51 = "The family photo that was once here is now carefully placed in your pocket."; m52 = "This is a painting of your parents' wedding. There is a photo in the album on the table."; m54 = "If you want to look at the living room, then you must be in the living room!"; m55 = "You cannot look at the bedroom unless you are in the bedroom!"; m56 = "If you want to open a door, just walk up to it!"; m57 = "All you see is your yard."; m58 = "Not far away, you see Leonard's house!"; m59 = "You are not close enough to a window to see very well!"; m60 = "You don't need to carry around the entire album."; m61 = "You haven't got time for that!"; m62 = "It isn't locked."; m63 = "You have looked in these drawers thousands of times before and have never seen anything interesting."; m64 = "The only paper visible is the bank statement that has been stuck in the roll top desk."; m65 = "It looks like there may be a piece of paper stuck in the desk top."; m66 = "Right now you don't have a bank statement."; m68 = "The closet is already open!"; m69 = "The closet will open if you walk up to it."; m70 = "There is a painting hanging on the wall over the desk."; m71 = "There is nothing under the rug but the floor!"; m72 = "You open the cabinet, but the shelves are bare!"; m73 = "You can't do that unless you are in the kitchen."; m75 = "You see nothing but a dusty floor."; m76 = "There is nothing under the mattress."; m77 = "You need to be in the living room."; m78 = "There is nothing behind the painting but a wall."; m79 = "There is no need to."; m80 = "The counter top is bare."; m82 = "You don't need your coat!"; m83 = "You haven't touched one of those boxes in years! Why do it now?"; m84 = "The boxes are empty."; m85 = "You can't do that here!"; m87 = "Your coat is hanging in the closet."; m88 = "Your coat pockets are as empty as your pants pockets."; m89 = "There is nothing under the album but the table."; m90 = "Be more specific!"; m93 = "You are in a closet."; m94 = "The fireplace is empty."; m95 = "There is no reason to go into the attic."; m96 = "The living room is adjacent to the entryway."; m97 = "You never cook."; m98 = "You can't help but remember the help Mr. Quail was during the years after your parent's death. He raised you and your brother, Jake, until you could live on your own."; m99 = "It is an ordinary lamp."; m100 = "You have no need for this lamp."; m101 = "You'll have to leave with the clothes on your back and whatever you can carry in your pockets!";

logic 26Edit

m1 = "\326\322\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\302"; m2 = "\272\272 24 Men do therefore fear Him: He \263"; m3 = "\272\272 respecteth not any that are wise \263"; m4 = "\272\272 of heart. \263"; m5 = "\272\272 JOB 38 \263"; m6 = "\272\272 Then the Lord answered Job out of \263"; m7 = "\272\272 the whirlwind, and said, \263"; m10 = "\272\272 2 Who is this that darkens coun- \263"; m11 = "\272\272 sel by words without knowledge? \263"; m12 = "\272\272 3 Gird up now thy loins like a \263"; m13 = "\272\272 man for I will demand of thee, \263"; m14 = "\272\272 and answer thou Me. \263"; m15 = "\272\272 4 Where wast thou when I laid \263"; m16 = "\272\272 the foundations of the earth? de- \263"; m17 = "\272\272 clare, if thou hast understanding.\263"; m20 = "\272\272 5 Who hath laid the measures \263"; m21 = "\272\272 thereof, if thou knowest? Or who \263"; m22 = "\272\272 hath stretched the line upon it? \263"; m23 = "\272\272 6 Whereupon are the foundations \263"; m24 = "\272\272 thereof fastened? or who laid the \263"; m25 = "\272\272 corner stone thereof; \263"; m26 = "\272\272 7 When the morning stars sang \263"; m27 = "\272\272 together, and all the sons of God \263"; m30 = "\272\272 shouted for joy? \263"; m31 = "\323\320\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\301";

logic 27Edit

m1 = "There's no time for that!"; m2 = "This is your boss' desk. He has a very nice desk."; m3 = "You are not close enough to a desk."; m4 = "You are so busy you don't even have a chair!"; m5 = "When he left Brooklyn you wanted to go with him. Jake told you to stay because it may be dangerous."; m6 = "But he did promise that he would contact you if something important happened."; m7 = "This is not your desk!"; m8 = "You lift the blotter, only to see those old newspaper clippings about your brother, Jake. Not needing the blotter, you put it back on the desk."; m9 = "You don't need the clippings. You read them so often you know them word for word."; m10 = "Jake's only alternative was to leave town and never come back."; m11 = "You have already quit your job."; m12 = "She can't hear you from here!"; m13 = "With a sweet voice Lois says, \"It is so nice to see you again, Jerrod. Don't be such a stranger! You work so much I worry about you!\""; m14 = "This is your boss' office."; m15 = "When there is work to do, this man is eager to help. Lately, there haven't been any big stories."; m17 = "This room is full of office supplies."; m18 = "Mr. Weest, Jr. can't hear you from here."; m19 = "There is nothing important in your desk."; m20 = "This is the office of the company economist. He keeps you updated on the current conditions of the economy."; m21 = "This is your office and it is a nice office. The company likes to take care of its best performing employees."; m22 = "You have moved up steadily in the company since you started working here as a paper boy."; m23 = "You don't need to read a newspaper."; m24 = "Anyone else in town would love to have your job, but at times you wonder if you want to do this for the rest of your life."; m25 = "You reply, \"I'm ready, go ahead!\""; m26 = "...now as you look around, you see only a few familiar faces. Very few."; m27 = "As a result of a series of fast-moving events, the business has changed hands. Unfortunately, the boss you worked so hard for, and respected so much, is no longer here."; m28 = "But now, as a lowly paper-filer, you see a lovely lady who has been trying to get through to you. But you were too busy climbing the corporate ladder."; m29 = "This is where all the newspapers are stacked before they are filed in the basement."; m30 = "Now this is your office."; m31 = "It is a small, windowless, dimly lit room with a door leading to the basement. There is a small desk in the corner where you are expected to work."; m32 = "You are not close enough."; m33 = "There are no supplies right here."; m34 = "There is not an important blotter right here."; m35 = "You are not close enough to the clippings."; m36 = "Perhaps you let a good thing get away."; m37 = "Nothing special down here!"; m38 = "At least when the boss is around."; m39 = "If you work like a dog for the next twenty years, you MIGHT be one of the top dogs around here!"; m40 = "You better talk to your boss face to face about that!"; m41 = "Your boss is shocked by your decision! He says, \"But Jerrod, you are one of the best!\""; m42 = "You don't need the %w2."; m43 = "He continues, \"But a man has to do what a man has to do. I wish you the very best, Jerrod. We'll miss you around here.\""; m45 = "It is a plain desk with a blotter on it."; m46 = "It is very nice, but nothing special."; m47 = "You have already been paid. There is no paycheck here."; m48 = "This is, by far, the largest desk of any in the building."; m49 = "But she does, by far, the most work of anyone in the building!"; m51 = "There are newspapers around here, of course, but not right here!"; m57 = "What a view!!"; m64 = "Around the edge of your blotter you see a corner of the newspaper clippings you keep under it."; m65 = "There is nothing very interesting about these supplies!"; m71 = "Beneath the blotter you find the newspaper clippings you treasure."; m72 = "These clippings are very important to you. You find yourself reading them often, wondering where your brother is and what he is doing."; m74 = "These clippings describe the complicated episode of your only brother, Jake."; m75 = "Jake was falsely accused of a crime he didn't commit."; m76 = "Although Jake was promised a \"fair\" trial, the townspeople weren't interested in justice. The result would have been a foregone conclusion."; m77 = "He left eleven years ago and you haven't heard from him since."; m78 = "He left eleven years ago. You know something very important must have happened or he wouldn't have written to you."; m79 = "You look at the books in the bookshelf, but see nothing of interest."; m80 = "\"Lois, is that report done yet?!!\""; m81 = "\"Cancel all my appointments for the day!!\""; m82 = "\"I'm not to be interrupted. By anyone!!\""; m83 = "\"I could sure use some fresh coffee!!!\""; m84 = "This is the Brooklyn Evening Star business office. The family trade was carpentry, but this is the business that has always been interesting to you."; m85 = "You have your own office, make a descent wage, the boss is pleased with your work and you like the people you work with."; m86 = "What more could a person want?"; m100 = "You don't need a newspaper."; m101 = "This is Lois, and she is a sweetheart. You sense that she is attracted to you, but you're not sure why. It's NOT because of your money!"; m102 = "This is the kind of lady you'd like to settle down with. But on your salary, you couldn't take care of her the way she deserves."; m104 = "Your boss is a great guy to work for. You've never had a single problem with him."; m105 = "The boss says, \"You are a very ambitious young man, Jerrod. You are going to go places in this company!\""; m106 = "You were making fast-track progress in the company; you were the envy of the office; you were top-notch; you were one of the best; you were number one!!"; m107 = "Then one day it happened."; m108 = "Mr. Weest, Sr. bought the company, which started a complete upheaval in the lives of its employees. Mr. Weest, Jr., being Daddy's pet, got the luxurious duty of managing the office."; m109 = "This man has been spoiled to the core. All of his life whatever he has asked for, he has received. It is just about to make you sick!"; m110 = "And with Mr. Weest, Jr., came an almost entirely new staff! To add injury to insult, he offered you a job as a paper filer."; m111 = "The man says, \"I've got stories coming out of my ears about the gold rush in California!\""; m117 = "Ever since the gold rush, this man has been working furiously."; m118 = "This office is kept very tidy."; m119 = "This man is an expert on the Brooklyn economy."; m128 = "There is no one close enough."; m129 = "The man says, \"Good day, Mr. Wilson. Are you ready for today's economy update?\""; m130 = "\"The Brooklyn economy is strong. Property is holding its value. If nothing out of the ordinary happens, this will continue.\""; m131 = "\"However, there have been rumors of the discovery of gold in California. If there is any truth to these rumors, it could have a profound effect on the local economy.\""; m132 = "\"Since the discovery of gold in California has become a fact of life on the east coast, property values have fallen and the cost of transportation has skyrocketed! A few local businesses have ceased operations.\""; m133 = "This is not your office!"; m134 = "\"These stories are exciting! People are finding more gold in one day than I make in one year!\""; m135 = "\"If I had any guts at all, I'd head west myself!\""; m136 = "The man says, \"Things have been hum-drum around here lately. I haven't had much to do.\"";

logic 28Edit

m1 = "\"Is there something I can do for you?\""; m4 = "Tell the man if you see something you want to buy."; m5 = "This is the best hardware store in town. Walk around and look!"; m6 = "There is pipe against the wall and nails in the bin."; m7 = "This bin is full of nails."; m8 = "Without even looking, you detect a stack of fertilizer near by!"; m9 = "The items close by are fertilizer, lumber, and rope."; m10 = "The items close by are fertilizer, lumber, rope and a bucket."; m11 = "Hanging on the wall is some chain."; m12 = "In the window is a wheelbarrow and hanging on the wall is some chain."; m13 = "By the window is a wheelbarrow."; m14 = "You're not sure why, but you see some mosquito net on display. Mosquitos aren't a problem in Brooklyn!"; m15 = "This is a butter churn."; m16 = "There is a lantern on the wall."; m17 = "There is pipe of every diameter, thickness, and length!"; m18 = "You need to get closer!"; m19 = "What a selection of nails. This is hammer's heaven!"; m20 = "You are looking at a stack of 100 \\% pure, top-grade bull manure."; m21 = "There is small stack of top quality lumber."; m22 = "There's some rough and ready rope hanging on the wall."; m23 = "The %w2 is gone."; m24 = "This is a nicely painted bucket. It's rust proof!"; m25 = "This is very heavy-duty chain."; m26 = "This is a beauty of a wheelbarrow, but it is already sold."; m27 = "For use in tropical climates, the net is worn over the head to prevent mosquito bites."; m28 = "This is a mighty fine butter churn."; m29 = "The lantern is gone."; m30 = "This is the most modern, and highest-quality lantern available anywhere."; m31 = "We may be the best, but we don't have %w2!"; m32 = "\"You already have that!\""; m33 = "\"Your account balance is adequate. I'll charge your account.\""; m34 = "\"Sorry! Our accounts are even now!\""; m35 = "\"Sorry, that is the last wheelbarrow I have and it is sold!\""; m36 = "\"That butter churn was damaged during shipping. You don't really want it.\""; m37 = "You are about to lay down the cash when you change your mind and decide to save it for a rainy day."; m41 = "If you don't see the man now, you will shortly!"; m42 = "This man has been working behind that counter since before you were born."; m43 = "The man just walked into the back room."; m44 = "The man will be out soon!"; m45 = "Wait just a few seconds and he will be closer!"; m46 = "Just get close enough and he'll talk to you!"; m47 = "Too late! He just walked into the back room!"; m48 = "You need to be more specific!"; m49 = "There is no bell here!"; m50 = "Great!"; m51 = "Just walk up to the counter. When the man shows up, he will help you."; m52 = "The man will tell you when your account is even."; m53 = "As you look at the walls you see a calendar, pipe, lumber, rope, chain, picks, shovels and other items."; m54 = "The picture on the calendar is of a majestic rock formation in a beautiful California valley called Yosemite."; m55 = "The hardware man works behind this counter."; m56 = "\"You're welcome!\""; m57 = "Nothing interesting down here!"; m58 = "It smells of fertilizer in here!"; m59 = "There are picks and shovels on the back wall."; m60 = "You see high quality picks and shovels hanging on the wall behind the counter."; m61 = "The calendar is not for sale.";

logic 29Edit

m1 = "\326\322\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\302"; m2 = "\272\272 PSALM 23 \263"; m3 = "\272\272 1 The Lord is my shepherd; I \263"; m4 = "\272\272 shall not want. \263"; m5 = "\272\272 2 He maketh me to lie down in \263"; m6 = "\272\272 GREEN PASTURES: He leadeth me \263"; m7 = "\272\272 beside the still waters. \263"; m10 = "\272\272 3 He restoreth my soul: He \263"; m11 = "\272\272 leadeth me in the paths of right- \263"; m12 = "\272\272 eousness for His name's sake. \263"; m13 = "\272\272 4 Yea, though I walk through \263"; m14 = "\272\272 the valley of the shadow of \263"; m15 = "\272\272 death, I will fear no evil: for \263"; m16 = "\272\272 Thou art with me; Thy rod and \263"; m17 = "\272\272 Thy staff they comfort me. \263"; m20 = "\272\272 5 Thou preparest a table before \263"; m21 = "\272\272 me in the presence of mine \263"; m22 = "\272\272 enemies: Thou anointest my head \263"; m23 = "\272\272 with oil; my cup runneth over. \263"; m24 = "\272\272 6 Surely goodness and mercy \263"; m25 = "\272\272 shall follow me all the days of \263"; m26 = "\272\272 my life: and I will dwell in the \263"; m27 = "\272\272 house of the Lord for ever. \263"; m30 = "\272\272 \263"; m31 = "\323\320\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\301";

logic 31Edit

m1 = "\"How may I help you, Jerrod?\""; m2 = "\"Now it will cost you $950. Are you interested in a ticket?\""; m3 = "\"The cost of a ticket to Independence is $200. Are you interested in a ticket?\""; m4 = "Until now, you never realized how busy this man is!"; m5 = "\"That will be $950, in cash, please.\""; m6 = "\"That will be $200, in cash, please.\""; m7 = "\"To get started, show this ticket to the man at the livery stable. Have a safe trip!\""; m8 = "\"Thanks for dropping by. Come back anytime!\""; m9 = "\"I'm sorry, Jerrod. There is not enough money here.\""; m11 = "%g69"; m12 = "yes or no: %g69"; m16 = "If you want to talk to this man, walk up to the counter and wait. He'll get to you when he gets time!"; m19 = "\"I wish you would do that more often, Jerrod. Go right ahead!\""; m20 = "\"Jerrod, you already have a ticket. You don't need another.\""; m21 = "The walls are covered with posters describing exciting places!"; m24 = "\"This ticket will get you to Independence, Missouri, Jerrod.\""; m25 = "\"Now, I'm about to give you some information you might find helpful later, so listen up!\""; m26 = "\"I have enlisted you as a member of the Long Island Joint Mining and Stock Company. You should be able to locate the company once you arrive in Independence.\""; m27 = "\"Good luck, Jerrod.\""; m28 = "There is sure a lot of activity behind that counter. And you thought you were busy!"; m29 = "Colorful posters cover the walls. Look at all those places to go!"; m30 = "Looking at these posters makes you want to go somewhere! All you need is a ticket!"; m31 = "It looks like some knotty old pine."; m32 = "There is nothing unusual about the door."; m33 = "He has his business done and is ready to be of service to you."; m34 = "This is some of the finest, smoothest glass you've seen. I guess the glassmaking methods improve every day!"; m35 = "That man has sure put a few miles on those stairs! Those boards must be getting thin!!"; m37 = "\"I knew it the instant you walked through the door, Jerrod.\""; m38 = "\"You have decided to head West!\""; m39 = "\"The furthest West I can get you is Independence, Missouri.\""; m40 = "\"There you will join a wagon team heading West.\""; m42 = "There is no bell here!"; m43 = "You're welcome!!"; m44 = "What about California?"; m45 = "To where?"; m46 = "You've got the right idea, but you need to be more specific!"; m47 = "\"I see your ticket, Jerrod. But there is nothing I can do with it.\""; m48 = "You don't have a ticket!"; m49 = "The stage schedule varies with the demand."; m50 = "This is a stage travel office!"; m51 = "\"You're going to be just like the rest of them, Jerrod.\""; m52 = "\"You should have come to see me sooner. It seems that everyone is heading West to California!\""; m53 = "\"Personally, I think you're all crazy to think there's gold for the taking there!\""; m54 = "\"But I can see you've made up your mind. I can get you as far West as Independence, Missouri.\""; m55 = "\"Just a short while ago a ticket to Independence was cheap.\""; m56 = "\"But, ever since the discovery of gold in California, prices have gone sky high.\"";

logic 32Edit

m1 = "You need to get closer!"; m4 = "There are two barrels full of nutritious beans!"; m5 = "This is the best grocery store in town! There is a lot to look at, so feel free to look around!"; m6 = "These bins are full of fruit."; m7 = "What a selection of vegetables!"; m8 = "The last two barrels are full of beans."; m9 = "This barrel is full of peas."; m10 = "These peas sure would make a great split pea soup!"; m11 = "There are three barrels full of various types of flour."; m12 = "This is a dress form."; m13 = "On the counter are rolls of ribbon."; m14 = "There are rolls of ribbon on the counter."; m15 = "There's a pattern book on the counter."; m16 = "People must use a lot of flour; there are three barrels full of flour here!"; m17 = "The ladies in town use this dress form to size their dresses so they fit just right!"; m18 = "It looks like the manager of this department needs to order some more ribbon! The supply seems to be dwindling!!"; m19 = "This yardstick is used to measure the ribbon."; m20 = "You can find every style and fashion in this pattern book, but you have no use for a pattern book."; m21 = "Tell the young man at the counter if you see something you want to buy."; m22 = "\"I'm sorry, sir. That is not my department.\""; m23 = "\"Sorry, sir. We don't have %w2.\""; m24 = "\"Sorry sir. Your account is now even.\""; m25 = "\"Good day, sir. What can I do for you?\""; m26 = "You decide to save your cash, just in case you need it later."; m27 = "This young man is anxious to help you, but you can tell just by looking at him, he'd rather be doing something else."; m28 = "Just get close enough and he'll talk to you!"; m29 = "You need to be more specific!"; m30 = "Let the young man get behind the counter before you start ordering!"; m32 = "\"You already have some of that.\""; m33 = "\"Very well, sir. I see that your account has a positive balance, I'll put that on your account!\""; m34 = "The bins are full of oranges."; m35 = "There is a wonderful selection of vegetables, and they are all so fresh!!"; m41 = "There is no dress in sight!"; m42 = "Sorry! There is no candy!"; m43 = "Tell the young man at the counter what you want."; m44 = "The young man works behind the counter in the center of the store."; m46 = "There is nothing unusual about these walls."; m52 = "The young man will tell you when your account is even."; m56 = "You're welcome!"; m57 = "The stairs are for employees only!"; m58 = "On this counter is a pattern book, yardstick and ribbon. You have no need for these kinds of things."; m60 = "\"Excuse me, sir.\""; m61 = "You reply, \"Yes?\""; m62 = "The young man continues, \"I've heard rumors about gold in California. I figured, since you work at the newspaper office, you might know if they were true.\""; m63 = "You answer to the best of your knowledge, \"At this time, the rumors are just that, rumors.\""; m64 = "\"That's what I thought. But if they're true, and I hope they are, I'd be on my way today!\""; m65 = "\"You better believe it!\" you exclaim. \"It's the ablsolute truth! In California there is gold lying on the ground, just waiting for someone to go over there and pick it up!!\""; m66 = "\"In that case, you are my last customer!\""; m67 = "You need to be more specific. Look around and see what there is to buy.";

logic 33Edit

m1 = "\326\322\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\302"; m2 = "\272\272 EXODUS 20 \263"; m3 = "\272\272 And God spake all these words, \263"; m4 = "\272\272 saying, \263"; m5 = "\272\272 2 I am the Lord thy God, which \263"; m6 = "\272\272 have brought thee out of the land \263"; m7 = "\272\272 of Egypt, out of the house of \263"; m10 = "\272\272 bondage. \263"; m11 = "\272\272 3 Thou shalt have no other gods \263"; m12 = "\272\272 before Me. \263"; m13 = "\272\272 4 Thou shalt not make unto thee \263"; m14 = "\272\272 any graven image, or any likeness \263"; m15 = "\272\272 of any thing that is in heaven \263"; m16 = "\272\272 above, or that is in the earth \263"; m17 = "\272\272 beneath, or that is in the water \263"; m20 = "\272\272 under the earth: \263"; m21 = "\272\272 5 Thou shalt not bow down thy- \263"; m22 = "\272\272 self to them, nor serve them: for \263"; m23 = "\272\272 I the Lord thy God am a jealous \263"; m24 = "\272\272 God, visiting the iniquity of the \263"; m25 = "\272\272 fathers upon the children unto \263"; m26 = "\272\272 the third and fourth generation \263"; m27 = "\272\272 of them that hate Me; \263"; m30 = "\272\272 6 And shewing mercy unto thou- \263"; m31 = "\323\320\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\304\301";

logic 34Edit

m1 = "Ft. San Lorenzo"; m2 = "City of Chagres"; m3 = "The thickest jungle you have ever seen!!"; m4 = "You are approaching the Isthmus of Panama!"; m43 = "The Sea Farer has served its crew and passengers well. The sounding of a cannon on shore has announced its arrival."; m44 = "The \"Old Town\" or native town is on the south side of the river and is mostly palm-thatched houses. New Town or \"the American Side\" is composed of frame buildings and sprang up overnight."; m45 = "The river's mouth is filled with every kind of small boat imaginable."; m46 = "The boatmen are American, Irish and Dutch profiteers who by force keep natives from competing against their exorbitant prices."; m47 = "There is not much protection here and the seas are rough. Transferring supplies and people from the ship to rowboats is perilous."; m48 = "You're not here to go for a swim, you're going to California!!"; m49 = "Seeing this new place is exciting, but you feel some uneasiness about what lies ahead."; m50 = "On a high rocky point stands the ancient \"Fort San Lorenzo\", now in ruins. The cannons are there, but are useless."; m51 = "Red, white, and blue is waving proudly at the stern of the ship.";

logic 35Edit

m1 = "The Panama route, since it is in most cases the most expensive route, generally attracts the slightly more sophisticated passenger. But the jungle has no respect for sophistication, only surprises! Some of these people haven't seen a hard day's work in their entire lives, save chopping that firewood for mother."; m2 = "But nonetheless, it has become the route taken by New York brokers, Philadelphia lawyers, Boston bankers, and big city doctors."; m3 = "The captain advises the passengers that it will take approximately two to three weeks to get to the Rio Chagres."; m4 = "There is one main advantage of this route over the Cape Horn route. It normally takes less time than the Cape Horn route, getting you to that California Gold as soon as possible!!"; m5 = "That is if everything goes right! You are taking a big chance on catching a ride on the Pacific side of the isthmus. You must also contend with the Panamanian jungle."; m45 = "As you travel farther south, the humidity continues to rise."; m50 = "In the distance you get your first glimpse of the Panamanian coast line."; m51 = "It is a wall of green rising abruptly from a beautiful blue sea."; m52 = "There are a few coral islands and reefs that your captain meticulously maneuvers around."; m60 = "The scene as you see it, is as it has always been."; m61 = "It will be just as difficult to walk across the isthmus today as it was for Balboa centuries ago."; m69 = "You don't see how this ship is going to survive a voyage of 3,500 miles from Panama to California!"; m70 = "There are no words to describe how overcrowded this ship is!!"; m71 = "It is so heavy that you are amazed it is still afloat!!"; m80 = "Every square foot of deck space is occupied by a gold-seeker or his baggage."; m81 = "Some passengers sleep in hammocks hung in the rigging, others sleep on the deck or on the passengers next to them.";

logic 36Edit

m1 = "Land has just disappeared from view. The excitement, expectation, and anticipation of your journey are gone. Now you are beginning to wonder just exactly what you have gotten yourself into."; m2 = "You have left your home and friends behind, and you wonder if you will ever see them again."; m10 = "It hasn't taken long, and many of the passengers are sea sick."; m11 = "It will take a few days before the land-lovers get their \"sea legs\"."; m20 = "The passengers, for now at least, are quiet and keep to themselves."; m21 = "But, as time goes on, people meet people and have a wonderful time getting acquainted."; m22 = "From passing ships you hear rumors about gold being discovered in California."; m30 = "Most travelers left with great haste, but very few left without a notebook, a pen, and an ink bottle."; m31 = "Many passengers on board are keeping journals of the experiences they have on their journey."; m32 = "Playing cards, singing, reading, sunning, and wrestling are other popular activities."; m33 = "Any reading material on board was read to tatters before the journey had barely begun."; m40 = "The captain is relatively young as captains go, but he is a wise and frugal man."; m41 = "The captain makes use of the Northeast trade winds through the horse latitudes."; m42 = "He makes use of the wind and sails at every opportunity, to conserve the supply of coal and to prevent wear and tear on the steam engine."; m50 = "The food on board is not as bad as expected."; m51 = "In fact, at times it is quite tasty! (If you are really hungry!)"; m52 = "Rations that are provided in the galley are quite safe. Very few get sick from eating them."; m53 = "The usual fare is hard-baked biscuit, salted beef, and boiled pudding once a week."; m60 = "In the course of the trip various activities begin to occur on board."; m61 = "There are debating societies, clergymen have sermons and prayer meetings on Sundays, a band has formed, a ship newspaper has been started and professionals on board give lectures on scientific subjects."; m62 = "There is also a group called \"SSA\"... "; m63 = "Which stands for \"Sea Sickness Anonymous\"."; m64 = "This group meets at the aft railing of the ship."; m70 = "When the Northeast trade winds die down around the equator, a seaman finds himself in an area called the doldrums, or calms,"; m71 = "a place definitely disliked by crews without steam."; m72 = "Many a sailing ship would lie still in the water for days, even weeks, waiting to take advantage of even the slightest wind."; m73 = "This is one of the greatest advantages of steam!"; m74 = "While other vessels lie motionless, with smoke belching from your smokestack, you press on!"; m75 = "The captain is proud of his ship because it makes way even in the calm."; m76 = "But he is constantly aware of the danger of having that flammable material in the hold.";

logic 37Edit

m1 = "You are aboard a mighty steamer, but it is not the most common type of vessel on the high seas."; m2 = "Clippers are the sovereign of the seas!"; m3 = "It will not be uncommon to see many clippers during your voyage."; m10 = "While passing through the area of the equator, the heat gets unbearable."; m11 = "The deck is too hot to walk on."; m12 = "The tar in the seams of the deck bubbles."; m20 = "The island of Fernando Novonhu, located about 190 miles from Brazil, now comes into view."; m21 = "Rumors abound on the actual story pertaining to this island. Some say Alexander Selkirk, more commonly known as Robinson Crusoe, was exiled here. Others claim that the Brazilian government uses the island as a place of exile and a prison. Who really knows?"; m30 = "In calm weather, especially aboard the sailing ships, one of the favorite pastimes is catching porpoises, cowfish, or any other fish that can be hooked! These catches provide a much needed diversion from your now monotonous diet."; m40 = "Eventually, the familiar constellations of the Northern Hemisphere begin to disappear, and the Southern Cross, composed of four brilliant stars marking the four corners of the cross, begins to rise in the night sky."; m41 = "Another new sight in the night sky is the Magellan Clouds. This is a golden mist in the sky similar to the Milky Way."; m50 = "When another ship is sighted, the race is on!!"; m51 = "The competition is fierce, especially among sailing vessels."; m53 = "However, captains of sailing vessels love to beat steamers at every opportunity!!"; m60 = "When approaching a port, the crew begins painting and polishing! They want the steamer to be \"ship shape\" when it pulls into port!"; m61 = "Even at sea, the crew is rarely idle. They are continually busy, tending to the needs of the ship to make your voyage a speedy one."; m62 = "You pass many ships leaving Rio as well as many barques and brigantines steering south towards Rio."; m145 = "Just south of Rio, the captain advises you that you have crossed the Tropic of Capricorn, that invisible line on the globe at 23 degrees, 27 minutes south latitude that separates the torrid zone from the south temperate zone."; m146 = "Most passengers on board have little use for such trivia but it is reassuring to know you are making progress!!"; m148 = "The only excitement today was crossing the Tropic of Capricorn for the second and last time on this voyage! The unbearable heat isn't far away again!"; m150 = "When the captain sees another ship, he always knows what kind of ship it is and under what flag it sails."; m151 = "\"There goes a British full-rigged three-master!\""; m160 = "Saw an interesting sight today..."; m161 = "flying fish!!"; m200 = "Fishing has become one of the favorite pastimes, especially since the weather has warmed up."; m201 = "Those who don't partake in the fishing enjoy watching for whales and porpoises."; m250 = "On the west side of South America, the crew anticipates arriving in California and begins putting things in order."; m251 = "The crew is busy scrubbing the deck, chipping off rust, painting and polishing.";

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m1 = "Rumors are starting to spread about the difficult times you are going to encounter in a few short weeks."; m2 = "You hear horror stories about getting around Cape Horn."; m10 = "Passing the 45th Parallel, the temperature begins to drop."; m11 = "Passengers begin spending more time below deck."; m12 = "When you left Brooklyn, it was the dead of summer."; m13 = "It seems to have slipped everyone's mind, at least until now, that June is the dead of winter here!"; m14 = "The freezing temperatures are making this painfully clear."; m20 = "Captains vary in age, experience and wisdom."; m21 = "But all captains, no matter what their background or experience, approach The Cape with great respect."; m22 = "They all realize they are extremely vulnerable to the elements."; m23 = "As you approach the southern tip of South America, the captain advises all persons aboard that the sea you are about to encounter attains a degree of violence unknown in any other part of the globe."; m120 = "Just before rounding Cape Horn, the captain points out Deceit Rocks, which are colored white from the bird droppings."; m130 = "Rounding the Cape from east to west is not an easy task."; m131 = "If all goes well, it is usual for a sailing ship to allow three to five weeks to get to the west side of the Horn."; m132 = "Winds in the area of the Cape rarely blow less than 45 miles per hour and almost always from the west."; m133 = "Gales in this area can easily pick up a schooner and smash it into the rocky shore."; m134 = "The raging seas are the temperature of melting ice."; m135 = "You scarcely get six hours of daylight. When it is light, it is of little benefit."; m136 = "The overcast hugs the seas and visibility is very low."; m137 = "It is not uncommon for it to snow here in the summertime."; m140 = "The captain is continuously looking through his looking glass, keeping track of the ship's progress and position."; m141 = "He also makes entries in his log religiously."; m142 = "Nowhere is navigation more difficult than in these waters."; m146 = "Some sailing ships would take seventy days to round the Cape."; m147 = "Some ships would turn back because of the damage the sea had done to them."; m148 = "Some ships would not make it at all."; m149 = "Occasionally you see floating wreckage and debris from less fortunate vessels."; m160 = "With the rounding of Cape Horn (also called Cape Stiff by many sailors because of the difficulty of rounding it) behind you, the captain steers the steamer north by northwest. It is everyone's goal to reach the port of Valparaiso, which means \"Paradise Valley\"."; m170 = "Off the coast of Chile, the ocean is swarming with sea cows."; m175 = "A little farther off the coast of Chile, about 400 miles to be exact, is Juan Fernandez, the island most often recognized as the island on which Robinson Crusoe was actually exiled in 1704."; m180 = "As the temperature rises so do your spirits."; m200 = "Every person on board has been looking forward to arriving at Valparaiso."; m201 = "They have been in close quarters for too long!!"; m210 = "The port at Valparaiso is shallow, so the boat is anchored offshore."; m211 = "People go ashore and supplies are brought aboard by a continuous stream of small boats going back and forth from the shore to the ship."; m220 = "While ashore people would nearly kill for a current newspaper to read."; m221 = "But the word is confirmed ..."; m222 = "GOLD HAS BEEN DISCOVERED\n" " IN CALIFORNIA!!!"; m230 = "We waste no time in loading the ship with only that which is absolutely necessary and head for California.";

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m1 = "Most of the passengers who were keeping journals at the beginning of the trip have stopped by now."; m2 = "But throughout the entire trip people have been reading whatever they can get their hands on."; m3 = "Many days aboard the ship are spent in utter monotonony. There is nothing to do, at least nothing you feel like doing, but watch an occasional ship come and go; watch the sun rise out of the water, move across the sky, and then set into the water again. Day after day after day ... "; m10 = "The last leg of the journey is slow and seems to drag on forever."; m11 = "The walls seem to be moving in."; m12 = "You are positive the ship is only half the size it was when it left Brooklyn."; m13 = "Moments of solitude and privacy are nonexistant."; m14 = "Fellow passengers, who only a month ago were easy to get along with, now seem impossible to tolerate."; m15 = "Fights break out over trifles. There is constant bickering and gossip."; m100 = "Before, you complained of having the same food to eat meal after meal..."; m101 = "...but now you would gladly eat anything."; m102 = "Provisions are running dangerously low."; m110 = "You are fortunate that the ship has a sufficient supply of coal to make it to California. Other steamers ran out of coal. When that happened spars, doors, bunks, and portions of the deck were ripped up and fed into the fire box to keep that ship moving toward the gold fields!"; m140 = "The Captain has given the word that you are only a few weeks from the coast of California."; m141 = "This seems to calm everyone's nerves."; m142 = "The arguments and fights subside."; m169 = "As the ship nears California, you begin to forget the hardships and tough times you have just endured."; m170 = "The promises made to The Almighty while rounding the Cape are all but forgotten."; m171 = "Somehow those times don't seem as tough now."; m172 = "Much more important now is the topic of nearly every conversation on the ship: where people plan to go to search for gold, how they are going to get it, and what they are going to do with the fortune they discover there."; m173 = "There is also much fretting and worrying about arriving too late and missing out on the best opportunities."; m174 = "Hopefully there will still be plenty of gold left when you get there."; m180 = "For the crew, no portion of the voyage is without danger."; m181 = "They must maintain their vigilance to the very end."; m230 = "The ship is now approaching the Golden Gate, and your journey is approaching its end."; m231 = "The dense fog makes it difficult, not to mention dangerous, to find the entrance to the Golden Gate.";