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#97343 - 12/01/03 03:51 PM Mysterious Journey 2
floridagal Offline
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Registered: 10/13/99
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I just received this game, but haven't installed it yet.

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#97344 - 12/01/03 06:03 PM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
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Any hints on what to do with that green beam in the shuttle bay. I can turn the pods around and have the beam crisscross all over but not sure on what the end result should be. laugh
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#97345 - 12/01/03 10:31 PM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
Mordack Offline
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Registered: 09/23/02
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Can you see the source pod? Start by turning it so that the beam comes out pointing towards the center of the room and another beam pointing towards the entrance where you came in. Then pick one beam at a time and follow it to the next pod. Turn that pod so that the inlet is now facing the beam. If right, it will now exit this pod and reflect onto the next pod. The path follows itself because there is only one correct way of continuing the beam. If it stops before it is reflected back to the pod in front of that eye/door on the wall then a pod is not turned right. I think if you get the source pod turned right all else will fall into place. Try that and let us know.


Mordack

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#97346 - 12/02/03 05:09 AM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
Mordack Offline
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Sorry Kim, I did miss your post. I didn't even know that the book gave a solution to the first puzzle ...oh well. The idea for it is this, you have 9 rings and 5 control buttons. Each button controls 3 or more rings. You have to map out which button controls what rings and in doing so set the rings up so that the last button moves the last set of rings into place. It's kind of like a slider puzzle. Is this an O.K. explanation?

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#97347 - 12/02/03 07:49 AM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
Glynn Offline
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Registered: 03/03/01
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Mordack... when do you hit the bottom button?? Thanks, Glynn

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#97348 - 12/02/03 09:03 AM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
Tally Ho Offline
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Registered: 08/11/00
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You don't. The bottom button is used to reset the rings to their original state, so you can start over and develop a solution. It is possible to solve in five clicks.

Press 1, 2, 2, 4, 4.

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#97349 - 12/02/03 06:52 PM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
Glynn Offline
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I am in those "pod" thingys..with the light beams..I haven't figured out how to turn the "pods"

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#97350 - 12/02/03 07:42 PM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
Tally Ho Offline
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First of all, if you really don't know how to make them turn, go up to one really close, and get the "use" cursor. They always turn to the right, one-quarter turn.

If you found the switch to turn on the power, you must have seen the black lens on the wall. THe idea is to get light into the lens.

Pods have one or more sensors (inputs) and one or more lasers (outputs.)

There is only one laser that can shine on the lens, and it has one output and three inputs. To make it work, light must shine into all three sensors. Therefore, when you turn on the power originally, it lights up the starting laser, which has two outputs.

One will give you a very short route left, left, and left, into the final one. The other will go away from the lens, and eventually split into two routes, and come around into the center and far inputs of the final one.

It's not too hard, just don't go too far afield.

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#97351 - 12/03/03 07:26 AM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
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Registered: 11/15/03
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Anyone know how to work the puzzle for the pond after you get off the shuttle? Im at the bridge with the four pillers

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#97352 - 12/03/03 12:01 PM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
Mordack Offline
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Careful observation on this one is the key. I assume you would like a hint first. If later you want the answer let us know.
Observe how many blue shots it takes to fill a pillar. Reset the pillar with a red shot. Now put a couple of blue shoots in another pillar, go back and refill your first pillar. It will take a less blue shots to fill it (moves greater distance now). From this you can see that to get all the sections to the proper level pillars will move up by a given distance depending on the blue shots put in the all the pillars. So the idea is to know in what order to shoot a blue shot into a pillar. I found it took 9 shoots. Remember that red resets it.

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#97353 - 12/03/03 07:34 PM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
gronmo Offline
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Registered: 12/03/03
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Loc: Norway
Can anyone help me solve the bridge puzzle where you shoot balls of light of several colours (after you get off from the spaceship). I managed to solve the other bridge but now I'm stuck again.

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#97354 - 12/03/03 08:27 PM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
Tally Ho Offline
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Registered: 08/11/00
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Building this bridge, you are "playing against the computer."

Each time you add segments, the computer is also allowed to add segments, provided the maximum height of the plant is not reached.

Each time you add segments, a leaf is added. Not so with the computer opponent. You must plan the moves so you get to the top last, creating a leaf-bridge.

The only rule is, you or your opponent can add one, two, or three segments.

Figure out the maximum height of each pole.
Learn the controls; which button gives you one, two, or three segments.

The max height of the first (left) plant is nine.

Always leave the computer opponent with a multiple of four segments.

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#97355 - 12/03/03 09:01 PM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
Mordack Offline
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Registered: 09/23/02
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Loc: Ottawa, Canada
Funny how we all see stuff differently. I'll say my way just in case it further helps someone....

Again study how many segments it takes to get to the top. Then study the leaf position for every color. Then study how many pods grow on top of each leaf after it grows. This number will change if you fire the same color twice. Knowing this you can calculate exactly what you have to fire. As an example, if I need a green on the bottom and it grows 3 pods on top, you can reset it and fire the green again knowing that this time it will only put 2 pods on top of the leaf. Doing this reset on the first shot allow you to offset the number of pods to your own desire.

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#97356 - 12/04/03 02:49 AM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
Taar Offline
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Registered: 12/03/03
Posts: 3
Would you mind elaborating a little on how to get the metal(?) pillars to the same level? There is obviously one combination that I've missed, but since I'm up to a gazillion by now, it's getting kinda hard to keep track smile

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#97357 - 12/04/03 05:22 AM Re: Mysterious Journey 2
gronmo Offline
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Registered: 12/03/03
Posts: 11
Loc: Norway
Lets see if I remember my solution:

(5,7) (2,9) (1,3,8) (4,6)
9 shots total

Shoot a blue ball at the pillars in this order, pillars from left to right.

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