(slide the black square) <BR>
   (rot13 leaves north )<BR>
   (be secure, it's all about the white lines)<BR>
   <BR>
   (mediocre minds enters from behind a blue square)<BR>
   <BR>
   <BR>
   Using thet p in ping:<BR>
   (mediocre minds creates a portal)<BR>
   <BR>
   (do you take doping to scrabble by? you seem unbeatable!)<BR>
   (did you swallow a dictionary?) <BR>
   <BR>
   (you enter a portal)<BR>
   <BR>
   PLAY <WOLFENSTEIN><BR>
   <BR>
   (mein leben!)<BR>
   <BR>
   * excuse me for the violence<BR>
   <BR>
   (Missy Elliot is standing here, singing lullabies)<BR>
   <BR>
   Using the p in Pong in connection with the second t in Tetris to put the following
   words on the board:<BR>
   <BR>
   -partner<BR>
   -particle<BR>
   -party<BR>
   <BR>
   (don't play if you can't stand losing)<BR>
   <BR>
   Using the r in party:<BR>
   <BR>
   -radiate<BR>
   -rambunctious<BR>
   -rapid-eye-movement<BR>
   <BR>
   Using the r in particle:<BR>
   <BR>
   (you reclaim the streets)<BR>
   (Missy Elliot starts following you)<BR>
   (all yr dreams come true)<BR>
   <BR>
   You advance one level.<BR>
   <BR>
   <BR>
   PLAY  <__lo-y. ><BR>
   <BR>
   * excuse me for this interval. But I read this odd little bit about a upcoming
   world champ - computer chess match: "Computers are notorious for making nonhuman
   moves,  they make very strange, unnatural moves, by human standards. Some
   prove to be very good in retrospect, but very <BR>
   strange. Deep Junior plays in a very human-like way. It's not as <BR>
   vulnerable to the distinctive play of computer programs." What a strange insult
   to the computer! Blaming it for playing like a machine. Why should machines
   mimic the behaviour of people, let machines be themselves, they do that very
   well. <BR>
   <BR>