The Crows Eye

Posted by: linda333

The Crows Eye - 07/13/17 07:32 PM

I am having great difficulties in the jumping areas of this game. I am not that far along - part 2 and managed to jump over obstacles to reach a ramp
that you needed to jump over to reach a hallway. It took me a very long time but I did that. Now I am in another jumping area where I need to jump to
a wire structure on the wall. Bur every time I try I fall to the floor. I am using the C key for adren. and shift. w to run and space bar to jump but
this time I just can't make it over to the structure on the wall as I always fall to the floor. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thank you.
Posted by: Marian

Re: The Crows Eye - 07/13/17 08:02 PM

I wish I could help you out, but I can't think of anything to suggest. There is a very long thread here on Steam that discusses the jumping puzzles. It looks like a lot of people were unhappy with them. You could try reading through that thread to see if anyone had any useful advice about how to get past them.
Posted by: linda333

Re: The Crows Eye - 07/13/17 10:12 PM

Thanks, have read those threads but no real answer there as other people have similar issues. However since I made it over the one area I will just keep trying.
Taking a break for a while though. Thanks again....
Posted by: Marian

Re: The Crows Eye - 07/15/17 11:03 AM

I am sorry there's no easy answer - I know how frustrating this sort of thing can be.
Posted by: Draclvr

Re: The Crows Eye - 07/15/17 11:29 AM

There is nothing for it, but to just keep trying. You will get it eventually... I will sometimes turn the sound off and find it helps me concentrate.
Posted by: linda333

The Crows Eye - 08/10/17 04:56 PM

I have been trying for hours and hours to get past the area of this game where you are at the university gardens (early in that chapter). I have to collect blue flowers before time runs out. I just can't get past this point. Also tired of having to do the jumping again and again to get back to this point in the game. I can't save and run for the flowers, no time for that. Does anyone have a saved game to get me past this area? Thanks...
Posted by: Marian

Re: The Crows Eye - 08/10/17 05:05 PM

Hi, I merged your post with your previous thread where you had posted for assistance with this game.

It's very frustrating to be stuck the way that you are. I don't know if anyone has any saved games for this. I will let you know if I find any assistance with this part of the game.

I see people in the Steam forum literally begging for saved games for certain parts of this game. Yikes. Some of these must be very difficult indeed. It sounds like the game is very unforgiving during some of the sequences.
Posted by: linda333

Re: The Crows Eye saved game - 08/19/17 05:19 PM

I am still trying to get past the area in the game at the university where you need to collect blue flowers before you die. I just can't get this part.
Does anyone have a saved game just past this point? I am desperate! Thank you.
Posted by: Marian

Re: The Crows Eye - 08/19/17 05:24 PM

I am really sorry you are still stuck in the game. sad
Posted by: linda333

Re: The Crows Eye need saved game - 09/12/17 08:30 PM

I am still fighting my way thru the game without success. I am at the university and need to collect blue flowers or die. I just can't get past this part. I desperately need a saved game. Any help greatly appreciated.
Posted by: Marian

Re: The Crows Eye need saved game - 09/12/17 09:58 PM

I am really sorry that I don't have any saved games for this. sad
Posted by: linda333

Re: The Crows Eye need saved game - 09/13/17 12:17 PM

Thanks anyway. I'll just keep plugging along for now. May have to take a break and go back to the game....
Posted by: Marian

Re: The Crows Eye need saved game - 09/13/17 12:20 PM

When I have problems such as yours with difficult sequences in games, and I like the game enough to want to continue and not just delete it in disgust, I ask my son to get past that section of the game for me. I do realize that not everyone has someone to call upon in that manner, though. I sure do understand the frustration.