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Return to Eden

by Nick Austin, Chris Queen, and Tim Noyce

Episode 2 of Silicon Dreams
Science Fiction
1984

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Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Former commercial
Baf's Guide ID: 884
IFID: LEVEL9-016
TUID: zr48drl7ctjw0v9a

Followed by prequel Snowball, by Mike Austin, Nick Austin, Pete Austin, and Ian Buxton

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"The only one of the three games I am looking forward to going back to with any enthusiasm is Return to Eden. There seems a lot more to get to grips with in it and the plot has shades of a Harry Harrison book, Deathworld, which I read and enjoyed many years ago."
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