HINTS ON HOW TO FIND ROCKY ROCOCO:
Where is Rocky Rococo? (note: Select or highlight the following text to see the answers given) >He starts out hiding in the subway; after he robs you, he hides.
How can I keep him from robbing me? >Really, is that so bad? You might WANT him to take something. >Just avoid him. Actually, spend all your money and see what he says.
How can I discover the alias he's using? >You need to find some place he's signed his phoney name.
Where's that? >Hmm, there's a huge nine-story hotel with a working elevator >that hasn't been used yet; maybe he's registered under a false >name, ya think? Would I program a nine-story hotel with a >working elevator as an elaborate red herring? Actually, that's >a pretty good idea, but I didn't do that. The herring, I mean.
The desk clerk won't let me read the guest register. >Only guests can look at the register. You can't register, you're >nearly broke, and besides, there's no game mechanism for you to >do that. But if you've been paying attention to either this game or >"How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You're Not Anywhere At >All" (available at fine stores everywhere), you'll know what name >he'll believe. But be quick about it (did you notice that there >are two clocks in Times Square, and that time only passes when >you're in Times Square?)
What good does that do me? >None at all. By a curious coincidence, "None at all" is exactly how >much suspicion the ape-descendant Arthur Dent had that one of his >closest friends was not descended from an ape, but was in fact from a >small planet somewhere in the vicinity of Betelgeuse and not from >Guildford as he usually claimed.
But how do I figure out Rocky Rococo's alias? >You need to plant a marker on him. Find something he'll steal >that will allow you to track him. But Rocky is only attracted >to money, and not all money is attractive, if you catch my >meaning, if you get my drift...
I'm still short one last nickel! >To get 666 points requires spending $1.05... >If this was real life, and you were in Times Square desperately >needing a nickel, and you were surrounded by pay phones and >vending machines, what would you do?