|Xeen - 24/08/2012|
25 years ago, I was able to read the lenslok code without using the original tool. When they say - read the OK - I have just guessed which columns formed the OK digraph and that was it. The very same columns contained the characters to be guessed afterwards, with a little bit of imagination, it was really fun ;-)
|Troy McClure - 19/08/2012|
Is the lenslock also in the US version? There is apparently a emulator called lenskey, but I don't know if it's supposed to work also with Atari emulators or only the Spectrum ones.
|marquisor - 24/01/2011|
unfortunately there's this lenslok copy-protection... does someone have a ... well "workaround" for it??
|Regan - 07/12/2008|
Great game from my past, got it for christmas in 1987 when i was just 9. I still have this boxed package with lenlok today. It let my imagination run wild. The room with the pride of lions use to get me all the time, i couldnt stop trying to see what that room was about :)
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Uses a special protection technique called 'lenslok system' - an optical device that allows for proper reading of an otherwise smeared codeword from the TV screen.