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Sburb Beta Walkthrough
Version 1.0, April 13, 2009
=============================== TABLE OF CONTENTS ===============================
1. Caveats and Condolences........................... 
2. Walkthrough (Incomplete).......................... [A000]
2.1. An Examination of the Basics.................... [A000]
2.2. So your cruxtruder is ticking. Do this to live.. [A100]
2.3. The Long and Short. The Medium too.............. [B100]
some stuff about captcha codes and punch card alchemy [Z001]
C. Appendix 3 -- Screen Captures, pt. 1.............. [Z301]
?. Rose: Egress...................................... [ZZZZ]
 Caveats and Condolences
I'd be inclined to dispense with the trite even under less pressing circumstances.
Needless to say I'll forego the inscrutable ASCII banner which typically heralds
the striking freefall of these documents. I'll also resist the urge to brandish any
copyright marks, or the particular neurosis that concerns itself with the theft of
the utterly mundane -- I'll allow other deranged prospectors to stake claims on
their worthless plots as the woods burn around them. My introduction will be
sparse. There will be no majestic prose blustering into the sails of a galleon as
we embark on this voyage together. Nor will there be any hamfisted prose whipping
its limbs under a bedsheet like a retarded ghost, for that matter. I won't set the
stage, or dim the lights. The mood, you will see, will be set soon enough.
Since you are reading this, chances are you have installed this game on your
computer already. If this is true, like many others, you have just participated in
bringing about the end of the world.
But don't beat yourself up about it. There was never anything you could have done
to prevent it. The end is happening right now, as I type, and as you read. I have
come to understand that we were always doomed through our collective ignorance, and
now further doomed by those few who know, and struggle to flee. If you're lucky,
you'll be among the smaller subset of the latter who are successful.
What I mean is, while that game you installed is just one more grinding slab of
rock sealing our planet's crypt, it is also your only hope to live. I'm presently
faced with the same conundrum as you, and though I speak with more experience, my
own outcome is far from assured. I will "play the game", as much of it as there is
to play, and record my findings here. If you want to live, you will do as I