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Re: Missing -- hint for ADUPARD #102869
07/10/04 10:51 AM
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***Spoiler for Vari follows***
(My out-going emmail is on the fritz, as is my home page. I miss my Spam blocker! It goes right back on when this game is over!)
Dear Adupard,
If you are having trouble, because you are trying to follow the solution for the European version of In Memoriam's VARI puzzle, t'won't work. They changed this puzzle! the little devils!
Now, If you are hearing music, this is very good! That's what got me thru this 2nd part (the cities are the next, 3rd, part of VARI).
Use the tabs to eliminate the larger noises, but, and I think this may be different, too, the rings will be the ones to shut of all noise and leave the voices.
If I remember, there were 2 rings in the middle, 1 on top, very annoying not to get some kind of head's up. I do hate a complete 4-5 day waste of time, don't you?
After you get rid of the white noise, fine tune the music with the audio buttons, tweaking rings if necessary. After you've hit it just right, the white noise will quit- Completely! Yay! happydance
Then just keep hitting that seemingly useless audio button- hey, it does work! It will gradually resolve from the singing, to a man's voice, saying the names in the correct order for you to click on. As you go over the stars, a nice lady's voice (where the heck did she come from?)will tell you the name of each city.
That should get you there. Have fun!


Kathy O
Re: Re: Missing -- hint for ADUPARD #102870
08/11/04 05:12 PM
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Hey do you know the best way to solve Nephoemes puzzle in Missing

Re: Re: Missing -- hint for ADUPARD #102871
08/11/04 06:03 PM
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I've played the game twice, but found this one very difficult, because of the terrified woman singing, very hard to listen to, and as Gamehound says in his meticulous walkthrough, "The song itself doesn't change, but each time you leave the puzzle and return, the order of the clips changes.".

http://www.gameboomers.com/wtcheats/pcIi/InMemoriam/inmem.htm

The only way I was able to do it was (both times), listening to it with the phonetic sounds.
A note- they seem to have changed the game further, besides the VARI puzzle, in that more than 1 white square lights up. Often it's 2. So, again, using Gamehound's walkthrough is the only way I have heard of for this part.
Hope you get it!


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Re: Re: Missing -- hint for ADUPARD #102872
08/12/04 11:47 AM
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Gads I've been stuck on that song so long it goes through my head...quite eerie, really. I can't figure what I'm doing wrong...the "so come with"
"me" are the last 2 I'm sure. Anybody having any luck?

Re: Re: Missing -- hint for ADUPARD #102873
08/12/04 04:11 PM
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What I did was to write down each sound associated with each button.

Thankfully, this puzzle is not time dependent, so you don't have to press the buttons continously.

I divided the musical bars into three groups. I concentrated in making the first group of four bars turn white without worrying about the rest. Once I had worked out which four buttons to press to turn the four musical bars white, I then went to work on the next four bars and once I had done that, the rest was easy.

Looking at my notes, some of the identifiable sounds are "Looking for some", "Fun", "Looking for the", "Sun", "So come with", "Me"

That's the six buttons that are the key to solving this puzzle. Each of those two phrases go together, at least for the puzzle I had. If it is random then this solution will not work. So if the button you press says "looking for the", then the next button you press should be "Sun".

The other four are those eerie "donna dona" sounds that you can place in the remaining spaces until the bar for that sound turns white.


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Re: Re: Missing -- hint for ADUPARD #102874
08/12/04 05:00 PM
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Hi,
I am at the beginning and have a problem using the Analyser. I am supposed to print the password after opening the toolbar, but there is no place to do it...where shall I print the password? Sorry for my stupidity


Why resist temptation? There will always be more. Don Herold.
Re: Re: Missing -- hint for ADUPARD #102875
08/12/04 05:46 PM
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That is not a stupid question, Springchicken. the instructions are not clear.

Click on the toolbar to open it. Then type the password. The letters you type will not appear on the screen, but once you have pressed Enter, the Analyser will appear on the toolbar.


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Re: Re: Missing -- hint for ADUPARD #102876
08/13/04 06:52 AM
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Agent,
Thank you for your reply. I tried to do this way and it did not work. But the funny thing, it worked, when I did the opposite. At first I typed the code and then opened the toolbar and the Analyser appeared.
Good luck.


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