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16-08-2018 (Gunness)

Ok, most importantly I would like to announce that, after 19 years, we finally have a formalized privacy policy. The policy can also be found in the Site menu.
I wanted to add one when GDPR was all the rage, as it was obviously a good idea to have one, but I didn't want yet another announcement getting lost among the avalanche of privacy update emails.

Please go ahead and read it - but also rest assured that nothing has changed. CASA is 100% ad free, we don't sell user information, and the hosting is paid out of my own pocket. For that very same reason, I can't afford to hire a lawyer to QC our policy. I've looked around at what other sites have been doing and asked for advice and translation QA from a number of kind people. The aim has been to write something that was understandable even outside legal circles - in other words, it isn't intended to be the be all and end all of privacy policies. If you find anything that looks confusing or questionable, please let me know.

Also thanks to ChickenMan for supplying us with lots of updated TRS-80 games, and for Iamaran for going through old type-in books, ever scouring for new additions to our database.

Contributors: Sylvester, Garry, iamaran, Gunness, Alex, Richard Bos, Dorothy, ahope1, redhighlander, adventuron, wellv, Highretrogamelord, ChickenMan, Strident

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Your adventure starts on a beach at Florida. Surf, sand, sun, seagulls, salt air, subathers and sunburn. Ah, this is the life.

Hang on a minute. I thought this was supposed to be an adventure!

You will have to do some exploring just to find out what the objective is. In the process, you will discover some tricky puzzles. But be warned. This is a public place, so if you drop items, they may well be stolen when you come back for them.


This adventure was published as a disk bonus with Antic, vol. 8, no. 6, October/November 1989. The instructions are on pp. 27–28.

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