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Journey to the Center of the Earth Cheats and Links
Okay, first of all, there aren't any trainers or hex editors for Journey to the Center of the Earth, because Ariane has no stats, skills, hit points, or anything
else you could conceivably want to edit. I'm surprised how many people keep asking me for cheat programs for graphic adventure games, for Pete's
The only way to really cheat in this game is to look up the solution to a puzzle rather than figuring it out yourself. If you want to do that, or you just
want to learn more about this great game, here are a few good
links for you:
My Journey to the Center of the Earth Pages:
Journey to the Center of the Earth Hints, with general gameplay information and suggestions.
Journey to the Center of the Earth Walkthrough, with possible optional actions in each game location (low-spoiler).
Journey to the Center of the Earth Review, with a spoiler-free overview of the game for those considering playing.
Journey to the Center of the Earth Game Critique, with detailed spoilers and discussion of plot holes.
Other Journey to the Center of the Earth Pages:
Universal Hints System is a great place to get a spoiler for one particular puzzle you may be stuck on without accidentally ruining the rest of the game for yourself--they have
a unique structure that reveals only one hint at a time.
Here is the official Journey to the Center of the Earth homepage from Frogwares Development Studios, with a screenshot gallery, trailer, and demo downloads.
This Journey to the Center of the Earth forum has lots of good information, especially if you can read French.
Very explicit walkthrough with lots of spoilers, including illustrated instructions to the puzzles.
The rest of these links aren't related to Journey to the Center of the Earth, but you may enjoy them anyway...
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