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Article #5 (25 is last):
From: pjc5@po.CWRU.Edu (Philip J. Croy)
Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.product.jaguar.hints
Subject: JAGUAR: Evolution Dino-Dudes
Reply-To: pjc5@po.CWRU.Edu (Philip J. Croy)
Posted-By: xx004 (aa399 - Len Stys)
Edited-By: xx004 (aa399 - Len Stys)
Date: Sat Mar 19 01:35:34 1994


In general this game is a lot like lemmings, if you try long enough you
will find out how to complete each level.  Most levels give you plenty of
time to complete them.  There are a few exceptions that require you to do
everything nearly perfect to complete in time.  The game moves quickly
through the levels but to me gets boring as you go along.  

Tips:  If you have access to two spears use one to kill anything on the
board.  

On some levels it takes more than one spear to kill the dinosaur.

The wheel can give you the extra weight you need to trip some switches.  

It is often neccesary to jump a gap and then throw the spear back so each
and every man on the other side can cross.

So far every level has required every man that they give you so don't lose
them. 

If you can't get through an area look for hidden swtiches.  

You have to stand on a switch and stay there to keep things open.

SOme levels can be done in different ways.

If there is a guy on the screen yelling for help who looks like he is tied
to two stakes, you have to save him to complete the level.  (Just walk by
him, I never saw anything in the instruction book about this)

The last code that I can remember is GOLDEN ERA, I know I got several
levels beyond that but I can't find the codes right now.

Later

Phil


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