Uses a manual word look up for it’s form of copy protection.
<<< S T A R F L E E T I — AUTHORIZATION CODES >>>
[ FORMAT: page # > lines 1 * 2 * 3 * 4 * 5 ]
1 > GENERAL * STAR
2 > NOTE * THE * WHICH * AND * IF
3 > I * THIS * BEGIN * INTRODUCTION * STAR
4 > HOWEVER * NEARBY * IF * MANUAL * I
5 > YOUR * YOU * ASSIGNED * TIC * NUMBER
6 > YOU * BUT * YOUR * THE * HIGHER
7 > THE * THERE * CHARACTERISTICS * TABLE * BY
8 > THE * HOWEVER * ISTIC * BATTLES * CHARACTERISTIC
9 > THERE * OPERATE * WILL * SHIPS * PRESENCE
Arachnophobia is not a very common game. I had never even played it until a few years ago. The game uses a lookup sheet for it’s copy protection. I did buy an original copy from Ebay to get these sheets:
ELITE by FIREBIRD just seems to ADVANCE for 1985.
There was a few different versions with different copy protection.
Here in the USA one verions was GMA with extra tracks 36-40
Another version used Lenslock and a manual Symbol look up.
Here is that sheet to help you.