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A Quiet Weekend In Capri Cheats and Links

Okay, first of all, there aren't any trainers or hex editors for A Quiet Weekend In Capri. You don't even have a character in A Quiet Weekend In Capri, much less any stats, hit points, or even an inventory you might conceivably want to edit.



The only way to really cheat in this game is to look up the solution to a puzzle rather than figuring it out yourself. So there's not much cheat to be had on A Quiet Weekend In Capri, but if you need a puzzle solution or just want to learn more about this game, here are a few good links for you:

My Quiet Weekend In Capri Pages:

Weekend In Capri Hints, with general gameplay information and suggestions.

Weekend In Capri Red Herrings, with a list of inventory objects that can be found in A Quiet Weekend In Capri but never used.

Weekend In Capri Review, with a spoiler-free overview of the game for those considering playing.

Weekend In Capri Game Critique, with detailed spoilers and discussion of plot holes.

Other Quiet Weekend In Capri Pages:

Here is the official Quiet Weekend In Capri homepage from Got Game Entertainment. It contains screenshots, a soundtrack of the game's music, and tech support information.

Universal Hints System is a good place to get a puzzle spoiler without accidentally ruining the rest of the game--their website is uniquely structured to reveal only one hint at a time.

GameBoomers Weekend In Capri Walkthrough is a good detailed walkthrough with step-by-step instructions to follow, good for gamers getting tired of being lost.

The rest of these links aren't related to A Quiet Weekend In Capri, but you may enjoy them anyway...
most of them were created by me or by friends of mine. (-:

Read my Personal Pages.

Learn about indigenous languages at a site maintained by Orrin Lewis and myself. (We also have a directory of Native American tribes and a page about Native American art.)

Visit the World of Ataniel, an AD&D gameworld created by Doug Barre and brought to the Internet by Kristin L'Kar Andersen.

Check out Sylvia Rudy's homepage, especially her cool Myths in Fiction pages.

Check out Orrin Lewis' homepage with his essays about modern American Indian life.

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