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Infinity One Review by Günter Haupt in Windows Aktuell April/Mai Ausgabe 4/5, 1995

Infinity One is a Minoan adventure by Andis Kaulins. It is set in the Labyrinth of King Minos of Crete.

Infinity One was reviewed by Günter Haupt in Windows aktuell April/Mai Ausgabe 4/5, 1995

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Infinity One Manual : Page 8 : The Secret of the First Disk : Phaistos Disc Symbol Solution Page

Page 8 of the Infinity One Manual : The Phaistos Disc Symbol Solution Page


ENTER the Phaistos Disk SYLLABLES here as YOU FIND THEM
Then Enter the Minoan Word and English Meaning

Infinity One Manual : Page 7 : The Secret of the First Disk : Map to the Labyrinth of Minos and the Minotaur : The First Labyrinth of Antiquity

The Manual Map provides some helpful hints as to directions. To the right is North.
The Main Entrance to the Cellar of the Labyrinth is at square 1, entering Eastward.
The two darkened squares are stairs to other levels of the Labyrinth. The top square has an arrow going left and the bottom of the two squares has an arrow going right. Two squares below those two squares is a square filled with a question mark. Exit to Infinity Castle is at square 60 - bottom middle left. At the bottom middle right is square 486. Some 12 squares above it is a dark circle. There is an Arena - which may not be accessible - and a room marked with a T above it. There are no guarantees.

Page 7 of the Infinity One Manual : Map to the Labyrinth of Minos and the Minotaur : The First Labyrinth of Antiquity

Infinity One Manual : Page 6 : The Secret of the First Disk : THE PHAISTOS DISK SYMBOLS

Infinity One Manual : Page 6 : The Secret of the First Disk : THE PHAISTOS DISK SYMBOLS

As you obtain the syllabic values of some of the symbols, try your hand at deciphering the Phaistos Disk. You already have an advantage over all other decipherers. You know in which direction the script is to be read and you know which side is to be read first. Additionally you know that the script is syllabic.

Many have tried, and failed.

But if you make it through your way in the labyrinth,
The Secret of the First Disk
will be yours.

Be fully aware that the Phaistos Disk is not only the first disk, but also the OLDEST existing written work of the Western European world, and, in many respects, is the precursor of the alphabet. This is history.

Page 6 of the Infinity One Manual : The Phaistos Disc Symbols

Infinity One Manual : Page 5 : The Secret of the First Disk : The Infinity One Labyrinth Command Screen

The Infinity One Labyrinth Command Screen: Use Buttons and Gauges
  • When all else is OUT use the ??? Button in the left corner.
  • To DO or USE IT the 3 left rowed buttons.
  • To Toggle CLOCK and Points the Upper Two Clock Buttons.
  • To keep track of STATUS the Nine Gauges of Status.
  • To Call Change or Talk the Bottom Right Five Arrows.
  • To Go Forward or Turn use the BIG ARROWS. Forward only with the Top Arrow.
  • To Check Position or Direction. The Doubled Coats of Sworded Arms or SELECT.
  • To Call A Member of your Party the Signs of the Guilds & Professions.
  • Before you DO, you MUST first SELECT what you want to do with the 3 SELECT buttons right and execute your command with the 3 DO buttons left. If you allow gauge values to fall to 0 or below - this is cumulative - you may have to call on Fangolia or any or all other characters and TALK to them - sometimes more than once - to be able to continue. Finding an object is good but of no use unless it is USED in the proper place and time. Some objects needed in the Labyrinth can only be found in Timeship Travels. Left and Right upper buttons in the Timeship teleport you Back. Check out ALL Visible?? Buttons on the Timeship to Learn how it works.

Page 5 of the Infinity One Manual

Infinity One Manual : Page 4 : The Secret of the First Disk : : INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS #2 (for Floppy Disks) AND NECESSARY GAME CODES

[This page continues the original installation instructions for floppy disks and presents the necessary game codes, which are are also required for later Windows versions. For installations to modern Windows versions, go to the Installation Module in the right column.]

EXAMPLE SETUP: Insert Disc 1 in Floppy A, Doubleclick on Floppy A and then on SETUP.EXE. Infinity1.EXE automatically unpacks and installs a program icon. To drag and drop files, select, for example, the file KINGTUT on Disc 3, hold the mouse down and drag and drop the file KINGTUT on "C:\" (release mouse). You will be asked to OK "Copy?" YES. The file will then be copied automatically to "C:\KINGTUT".

CODE REQUIREMENTS are minimal but required for three of the five game DISCS. The Code for Disc 1 is 777778. Which spin buttons? Try it first without our subsequent manual instruction. The Code Riddle for Disc 1 is the Timeship Corrected 29th Pharaoh ANDIS. The Starter for Disc 2 is found in the game near the Minotaur. The Code for Disc 3 is one reward for mastering the Labyrinth! Disc 4 can be played without code. It is for the INTERESTED only.

YOUR MISSION is to find the lost Professor Redmoon by finding your way through the original Labyrinth of Antiquity, the famed Labyrinth of Minos and the Minotaur. On your way, you will decipher the thus far undeciphered first information disk of antiquity, the Phaistos Disk. You will also discover the origins of the Pharaohs and the Hebrews (here revealed for the first time.) You will DO Battle with strong adversaries.

WHEN IN DOUBT summon FANGOLIA. Oh, by the way, spin left down twice and right down twice and then right up five times!* Now, you can go for the Gold!

*You must Start (or) Restart at 777777 and then Spin to Go.

Page 4 of the Infinity One Manual : INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS #2 (for Floppy Disks) and NECESSARY GAME CODES

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