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#1135675 - 12/19/17 06:56 AM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
maggsie Offline
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Hi Just to let you know I have at last done the telescope puzzle Phew !!!!!!It took three days. I just had to keep going back and change the lenses a few times till I got a small number I could remember, even then when I did it didn't work till I reversed the LOL.
Now for the bridge puzzle Tat should be a hoot
Thanks again for all your help and encouragement.
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#1135681 - 12/19/17 07:48 AM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
Lion_1251 Offline
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Registered: 11/27/17
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Loc: Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Hi maggsie,

I have the walkthrough where Marinus_Louis was talking about, I have already send it to Louis so he can put it on his website.
If you want I can also send it to you, it's a saved webpage. It is in Dutch and it is for the CD-version.

Have fun wih the game.

Lion_1251

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#1135686 - 12/19/17 08:16 AM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
Marinus_Louis Offline
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Registered: 11/14/17
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Lion_1251 thanks for returning the Schizm walkthroughs to me. I made them in 2002 and 2003...Gosh...How time flies when you're getting older. I have to do some work on these Schizm walkthroughs before I dare putting them on my site because the screenshots are to dark and the general lay-out isn't up to my standards any more. But I haven't much time to spare at the moment because I'm babysitting my newley born grandson who is now 3 months old. I'm again all into diapers and babymilk these days.

Marinus_Louis (Louis Koot)
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#1135697 - 12/19/17 09:13 AM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
maggsie Offline
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Thanks Lion very thoughtful of you I would be grateful for that WT. I am doing ok with Bet Jamin at the moment but sometimes you need someone else's thoughts on certain things.
I am having a great time with this game. When I passed that puzzle its a wonder all of gameboomers didn't hear me LOL I was very vocal, so chuffed to get through it.
Thanks again to you all .I am off to Lanzarote for the Christmas so its a rest before I start it again
Kindest Regards
Maggsie
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#1135943 - 12/21/17 05:16 AM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
Marinus_Louis Offline
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My old Schizm 1 (Mysterious Journey 1)walkthrough, from 2003, isn't very detailed so I decided to do a completely new walkthrough for Schizm 1. I have now the gog.com version of this nice old game. Don't know if this gog version is based on the cd-rom or the dvd version, but I guess I shal find this out while playing. You can check out a first bit of the new walkthrough on my website at www.pcgameswalkthroughs.nl. I don't think that I can complete this walkthrough this year, so it is something to look forward to for next year, if I ever get through those pesky railway bridge puzzle again.

Marinus_Louis (Louis Koot)
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#1135959 - 12/21/17 09:13 AM Re: Schizm [Re: Marinus_Louis]
Marian Online   content
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One of the GOG moderators stated that their Schizm is the DVD version.

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#1136008 - 12/21/17 02:13 PM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
Marinus_Louis Offline
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O.....then I need the Schizm walkthrough from Bert Jamin. But you got it here on gameboomers so I go and grab it. Need it for the extra puzzles that aren't in the origenal cd-rom version of the game. I shall mention in the walkthrough that I got those parts from Bert's walkthrough.

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#1136570 - 12/27/17 12:18 PM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
maggsie Offline
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Thank you so much Louis. I have just got back from Lanzarote and I am looking forward to those crazy bridge puzzles.
I know I will need a lot of diagrams to get through them, that's what I did many years ago,
Thanks again for all your help.
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Maggsie
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#1136977 - 12/31/17 01:58 PM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
Marinus_Louis Offline
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Registered: 11/14/17
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My new Schizm 1 (Mysterious Journey 1) walkthrough is ready and it awaits you on my site at www.pcgameswalkthroughs.nl. This walkthrough is based on the gog.com edition of the game, witch in return is based on the original DVD version of the game.

Through the walkthrough you can also download my saves for this game. The saves are for the Telescope/morse code puzzle and the 2 Railroad Bridge puzzles and also for the drawbridge puzzle. The saves are in a zip file and an explanation (in English and Dutch) is included. I do not know if these save also work with the original DVD edition of the game, to be honest...I doubt it but I'm not sure

Regards and greetings from the Netherlands

Marinus_Louis (Louis Kootg
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#1137001 - 12/31/17 05:56 PM Re: Schizm [Re: Marinus_Louis]
Marian Online   content
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Thank you, Louis. Your help is much appreciated. wave12

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#1137588 - 01/06/18 08:12 AM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
Marinus_Louis Offline
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Registered: 11/14/17
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Loc: The Netherlands
Through the statistics of my site I see that several people have downloaded my Save games for Schizm 1. Don't know if these peoples are members of gameboomers, but if so I would very much like to know if the saves work in your Schizm game or with the original DVD version of the game. If it works I leave the saves on my site. If the saves doesn't work then I remove them from the site, because I do not like to have things on my site that doesn't work for you.

Marinus_Louis (Louis Koot)
www.pcgameswalkthroughs.nl
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#1137599 - 01/06/18 09:18 AM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
maggsie Offline
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Thanks Louis I will be trying to download them this weekend I will let you know if I am successful.
Regards
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#1137611 - 01/06/18 11:25 AM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
maggsie Offline
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Hi Louis I have been trying on your site to get the save for the bridge puzzle and I cant find the saves at all. I must be looking in the wrong place got the Wt. but cant find the saves.

Hi Jenny I got the save off your site and I am totally in a mess. In the game I have over- written on the saves as there are only 16. I am stuck with the bridge puzzle on which is now No.5 .
Your save is No.12 as I recall and I tried to insert it in my save ( I had to download "photojockey " to get it) .I copied it and pasted into No.6 then it went straight to the top of my saves, went into my game and its not there. Phew!!!! What a mess it looks like I will have to try and do this puzzle.
I know I am not the sharpest knife in the block when it comes to tweaking stuff on my pc.
I hope you can understand my ramblings
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Maggsie
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#1137612 - 01/06/18 11:48 AM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
Lion_1251 Offline
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Registered: 11/27/17
Posts: 164
Loc: Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Hi Maggsie,

to insert the saved game schizm s.12 go to the folder where Schizm is installed, open the folder and there you find the saved games.
you have to delete the save game schizm s.12 if you have it in your folder and then copy the schizm s.12, that you have downloaded, and paste that in the folder.

that should work, start then the game and then you should see save game schizm s.12.

succes Lion_1251


Edited by Lion_1251 (01/06/18 11:51 AM)
Edit Reason: improfement

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#1137613 - 01/06/18 12:06 PM Re: Schizm [Re: maggsie]
Jenny100 Offline
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Originally Posted By: maggsie
Hi Jenny I got the save off your site and I am totally in a mess. In the game I have over- written on the saves as there are only 16. I am stuck with the bridge puzzle on which is now No.5 .
Your save is No.12 as I recall and I tried to insert it in my save ( I had to download "photojockey " to get it) .

I copied it and pasted into No.6 then it went straight to the top of my saves, went into my game and its not there.


Well, first off it's not "my" save. It's from the Mystery Manor website and was uploaded by "Fairygdmther". I don't know if the save is from the DVD version or the CD version of Schizm, so there is the possibility of an incompatibility. It's certainly not from the GOG version because the date on it is 2003.

I've never heard of "photojockey" and don't know why you'd need it to download anything. It has very poor ratings at Microsoft Store.
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/p/photo-jockey/9pm6pfgt6n2h

The save file you download from Mystery Manor should be called Schizm12.zip and should extract (using Winzip, 7zip, or Windows built-in unzipping utility) to a save file called Schizm.s12
The Schizm.s12 file is what you should put in your save folder, and you should always back up your old saves elsewhere on your hard drive (like to a folder on your Desktop) before overwriting them. If the file you downloaded has any other extension than .s12, either the .zip on the original file or some other extension "Photo Jockey" might have put on it, it won't work.

And it might not work anyway if it's not for your version of the game. The Mystery Manor description doesn't say if it's for the CD version or the DVD version.

I don't know about this game, but in some cases it's helpful to rename the save you downloaded to the name of your most recent save file (back up your own save elsewhere or rename it to something like Schizm.s12.bak so it doesn't get overwritten).

Originally Posted By: maggsie
Hi Louis I have been trying on your site to get the save for the bridge puzzle and I cant find the saves at all. I must be looking in the wrong place got the Wt. but cant find the saves.

I don't see the download links either, but since they're from the GOG version of the game they may be more compatible with your game than the saves on the Mystery Manor website.

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