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DescriptionThe first and only game using "The Puzzle Gallery" engine, for which there were supposed to be multiple Puzzle Disks. Extremely similar in style to Are We There Yet? and The Fool's Errand, "At the Carnival" includes word searches, jigsaws, block puzzles, word squares, crosswords, jumbles, cryptograms, mazes, and more.
Each puzzle is set at and somewhat related to a different attraction at Hazard Park. There are total of 40 attractions, and 180 puzzles
- "Puzzle Gallery" -- Working title
Part of the Following Groups
- Genre: Jigsaw puzzle
- Genre: Labyrinth / Maze
- Genre: Word / Number Puzzle - Crossword Puzzle
- Genre: Word / Number Puzzle - Word Search
- Theme: Amusement park
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|Abandonia Reloaded||Sep 17, 2006||4.2 out of 5||84|
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Long Beach mummy incidentThe game contains a first hand account of the, oddly true, "Long Beach mummy" urban legend. Cliff Johnson, the creator of this game, was working for the park when they discovered that the prop in question was, in fact, a cadaver.
Related Web Sites
- Balmoral Software (Puzzle solutions for At The Carnival.)
- The Fool's Errand et al. (Web site of the game author, Cliff Johnson. Includes free downloads of this game and the manual for Mac and Windows.)
andyhat (2002) added At the Carnival (DOS) on May 21, 2000
Other platforms contributed by Kabushi (257407)