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Someone please help with this game ...

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Okay, I was going thru some DOS games today, looking for some new ones to add to the site ... I came upon "Infernal Tome", by MVP Software. You can download it here:

ftp://ftp.mvpsoft.com/pub/1tome.exe

It looks quite well done (sort of like "Eye of the Beholder" or "Dungeon Hack" or that kinda game). Anyways, the problem is I can't get out of the first *#&$%# hallway! :Angry: How the heck do you get past the floating globe thing?! I must be retarded. Someone download this game and tell me wtf you're supposed to do!
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Inside one of those passages to your side, in front of one of the suits of armor is some Amulet-looking thing. Pick that up, and put it on somebody. When you go up to the Sphere next, it will disappear.
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Emmzee...

Being off-topic!

The shame!

I'm going to have to move this to Game Help, Hints, and Tips!
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Yea, I knew it was off topic, I just wanted to try to get a faster response :P

Anyways, thanks goes to TD ... I didn't see the little *@$& amulet thing on the ground that blended into the colors of the armor/stones. :)
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