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From the back cover:

    The Lost Dutchman Mine...



    Tales whispered in the saloons of the Old West told of a fortune in gold just waiting to be rediscovered. It was said an old prospector had found the motherload back in '42, where veins of gold seemed to light the earth. He died before he could file a claim, but rumours surfaced that he had drawn a map to what is now called the Lost Dutchman Mine. Many have searched and all have failed, but your journey has just begun...

    An Eventful Passage...
    • Play poker, down a drink or purchase a burro - Visit Goldfield's livery stable, saloon, assay office, newspaper, bank and jail.
    • Explore the caves, mountains and rivers of the desert and surrounding countryside to find the lost treasure.
    • Fight heat, hunger and thirst - and Indians, rattlesnakes and claim jumpers - as you make your way across the burning desert!
    • Pan for gold in the river, pick for gold in the mines, capture a wanted bandit, or cast a line to try and catch your dinner.


    An Exceptional Graphic Adventure...
    • Real-time, animated game play with time and temperature changes and day/night variations.
    • Never the same game twice - play a different scenario whenever you start a new game!
    • Brilliant graphics, realistic sound effects - you'll think you can smell a campfire's smoke and hear its crackle!
    • More than 100 different caves and mines!

    Contributed by Belboz (6576) on Oct 28, 2001.

Ad in Game Player's PC Strategy Guide March/April 90:

    Journey to the Old West in search of the fabled LOST DUTCHMAN MINE!



    Enter the town of Goldfield to buy food and supplies. Play poker in the saloon, read the local news, or visit the bank, jail, livery, doctor or assay office.

    Out in the desert, you can fish in the river, pan for gold, and explore over 100 abandoned mines and caves. Freezing nights, scorching days, rattlesnakes, bandits and renegade Indians are a constant threat. Features digitized sound, fabulous graphics and animated sprites.

    Contributed by Belboz (6576) on Oct 28, 2001.