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The game features multiple channels of digital sound and smooth STE like game play on a plain old ST.
Screen is flickering a lot - no, not because faster CPU, but some strange color value changes in code, in cycle. + there is V-sync for making it running not faster on faster machines.
Too bad, because seems as good and addictive.
manual protection

https://i.postimg.cc/7Zc4BTT3/populous2.gif
Space Crusade Manual Protection
page, pargraph, line, word

3,2,1,11 = jump
3,4,1,4 = five
3,6,1,10 = force
4,1,3,8 = bolt
4,1,5,1 = size
5,1,1,7 = role
5,5,3,5 = team
5,5,5,5 = hand
6,1,2,6 = reach
6,2,4,3 = life
6,5,3,4 = badge
7,1,1,4 = must
7,2,2,1 = one
8,2,2,3 = fire
8,3,1,3 = map
8,5,3,2 = door
10,1,1,5 = dice
10,1,2,5 = roll
10,3,2,2 = make
11,1,3,2 = line
11,1,4,5 = four
11,2,4,3 = blast
12,6,3,9 = spot
14,3,3,15 = claw
14,4,1,7 = score
15,1,2,6 = type
16,1,3,5 = date
16,3,3,3 = order
16,4,3,1 = with
16,4,4,7 = close
19,1,1,3 = wish
19,1,3,7 = pack
19,2,1,5 = mind
19,3,9,6 = find
19,4,5,2 = emblem
20,1,5,6 = arrow
22,1,4,1 = view
22,2,5,4 = green
22,3,6,5 = plan
23,3,1,10 = turn
24,1,1,4 = icon
24,2,5,7 = scan
24,3,8,7 = high
25,6,1,5 = faces
25,6,2,12 = panel
26,1,9,6 = prior
26,2,4,3 = walls
26,3,5,1 = down
26,4,1,4 = times
26,5,2,13 = told
Great piece of fun educational software. This is a prime example of how it's done - it's fun to play even if you don't care about the educational side, so anyone needing the education, will learn things as a side effect.

In Atari Explorer Volume 6, Issue 3 from 1986, it is mentioned that this is for the "Atari 8-bit", and there's even a screenshot. However, I can't find evidence of this anywhere else, it's either this ST version or non-Atari versions.

Was it planned and then canceled?
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O 00110011 01010000 10011111 10111101 01010010 01000110 01111011 00001101 10101101 00100000 O
P 11011010 01111100 11101111 00110100 11010000 11111110 11100001 01010011 11001110 01101011 P
Q 00000001 00001110 01000101 11001111 10010100 11000000 01011010 11011101 10010011 11101001 Q
R 01100011 01101111 01100101 01111001 00111000 00001100 10011110 10000100 11110110 10001001 R
S 00101001 11100111 00101000 11110000 11010011 10001000 11111011 00110111 01101100 11100100 S
T 10111100 00011101 11101001 01101010 11000111 01101001 10010110 00011111 10101100 00110110 T
U 00111011 11010010 10101011 11111010 00010011 11101010 10011101 11011110 11111100 01110011 U
V 10110011 00001011 01000100 10011100 10000111 10111010 01101000 11110111 11110100 11000011 V
W 01011001 10101010 10010101 11011111 01010111 11101000 10101000 01000011 01010110 00000000 W
X 00011110 10000110 00010010 01100110 11010100 11111111 11101100 10000101 11110001 01101110 X
Y 10011011 01011000 11000010 11100000 01100111 11010001 01000001 10111011 11100101 11010101 Y
Z 00010100 01111010 00100110 10101001 01000010 10111110 11001000 01101101 00100111 00000001 Z
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Protecton Chart

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
A 11111110 01001101 00011100 10110100 01110110 00110001 10000000 00110010 11010111 01000000 A
B 10100100 10100110 00110000 10100101 00010101 11001010 00000011 10011010 01001100 11110011 B
C 00001001 01100010 10110001 01100001 11111000 00101111 10110000 10100111 01111111 00100011 C
D 10010111 00100101 10000001 00001000 10011001 01001011 10001111 11111111 11011100 10110111 D
E 01100000 11000001 00010110 10010001 11101101 01111110 11100011 10001110 11110010 00101110 E
F 01001110 10010000 11010110 01001010 00010111 11110101 00101101 11111001 10101110 11111101 F
G 00000110 01110101 00111111 11100010 10101111 01110100 11011011 01011111 11000101 11011001 G
H 01001001 10100011 00100100 00000010 10011000 00111110 10001101 00000111 01010101 00011000 H
I 00011011 01001111 11001001 00111010 01110000 00100010 01110111 00111101 11101110 10110110 I
J 01111101 11100110 00000000 10100010 01011110 11001011 10110101 10001010 11011000 10010010 J
K 00010000 10001011 00101011 10111111 00011010 10000010 00101010 00011001 01110010 10000011 K
L 0110100* 00101100 11000110 01011101 10001100 01011100 00000101 00110101 11001101 00010001 L
M 01010001 00000100 01111000 00111001 10100001 00111100 01110001 01001000 10111000 10100000 M
Uploaded as recommended in the forum.

By the way, the DOS version seems to be on the CD as well, plus some not-so-strict-ISO9660 content not visible on an Atari using MetaDOS.
The FMVs are in FLI format, 320x200, 8-Bit, at presumably 14 frames per second, which does give the game a hard time, causing it to crash more than once when replaying FMVs.
No problem, i'm not in a hurry.
Hi, apologies for a slow reply. I don't have free time or energy at the moment to work for Atari stuff. If you still want to upload it you can find instructions from our forum. Will update it when things get better...

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