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I'm assuming this is relating to The Multiverse (of which I am the creator and a current game master), so my answer will be referring to how this works in the context of the Multiverse's rules. First, we must make sure to understand three things; A single player writing for a single character can have one or more universes associated with this character. ...
I believe the following link From CAH:S1 to CAH:S2, explains the majority of them: Oomph and Stunt Points Character Points vs. Proof of Purchase Points Vehicles and Animal Companions etc... There is also a length forum thread over at RPG Net, CAH - S2 vs. S1.
I used to have an original printing of Timemaster and I remember those tables now that you mention them. I don't have it in front of me now though so this is a more general answer to the problem. Remember one thing about these old games: tables were to be used, not memorised or abstracted away. This was true in AD&D too with its combat matrices that ...
A quick Google search revealed a few reviews but no web sites dedicated to the game itself. As the game is out-of-print and SteamLogic, the publisher, went bankrupt in 2004, the chances of finding it are pretty slim. There is a boxed set available on Amazon.com but it's priced at $200. So the answer to your question "are the game rules available" would, ...
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