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A super-computing, experimental robot incorporating revolutionary
next-generation technology falls out of the sky and lands on a golf
course with nowhere to hide. In order to survive, he must learn to
play the only game where perfection is impossible.
The Perfect Round is the latest project from the creator and designer
of Jewels of the Oracle, Jewels II and Forever Worlds CD-ROM games.
Check out background information and technical details of the story and illustrations here . . . and stay tuned for the latest news about the project.
Some entertaining and informative comments on bringing the project to market . . .
|The new turbine
finds himself on
the ground and
watches his ship
depart without him
|The four golfers
from and why
he has no shoes
are in perfect
shape for a
round of golf
|About the cover
and the name
and how it all
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