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Re: NiBiRu [Re: dorish] #1166364
10/17/18 07:12 PM
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I usually forget it too Marian, but I also hesitate to use it sometimes because, just like with a walkthrough, it is too easy to just keep looking. Fortunately, I am remembering quite a bit about this game though, so I am not totally lost.

Re: NiBiRu [Re: oldbroad] #1166366
10/17/18 07:31 PM
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Yes, I know what you mean. It takes a lot of discipline not to keep looking. I have fallen into that trap many times.

Re: NiBiRu [Re: dorish] #1166397
10/17/18 11:49 PM
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I don't want to brag or anything Marian, but I just finished the colored ball puzzle in under an hour, without help. joy

Re: NiBiRu [Re: oldbroad] #1166399
10/17/18 11:50 PM
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Oh, you should definitely brag! I hated that puzzle and did not have the patience for it.

Your doing that is really very impressive. praise

I am not sure that I have ever heard anyone say they solved that one on their own.

Re: NiBiRu [Re: dorish] #1166400
10/18/18 12:07 AM
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Well, my memory is terrible, but since this puzzle left no impression on me, I'm thinking I solved it on my own the first time I played also, but I can't say that for certain. It took me almost as long to figure out how it worked as it did to actually solve it. I was holding my breath that I positioned the balls right before I made my last move.

Re: NiBiRu [Re: oldbroad] #1166424
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Originally Posted By: oldbroad
I was holding my breath that I positioned the balls right before I made my last move.


I was doing that when I was following the walkthrough - there were so many steps! rotfl

Anyway, *really* remarkable what you did! smile

Re: NiBiRu [Re: dorish] #1166435
10/18/18 01:31 PM
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thanks flowers

I know I'm near the end of the game but saved after that puzzle and got out. I will hopefully finish it today.

Re: NiBiRu [Re: dorish] #1166471
10/18/18 10:43 PM
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I finished the game and then went to look at a couple of things in the walkthrough and now I'm confused. The safe puzzle? I had already entered the correct answer before even posting in here about it and I swear, it did not take. After posting here and looking at UHS hints, I did something different and thought that was what made the safe open, but looking in the walkthrough that is not what worked. It was the original thing I tried which for some reason did not work when I first tried it. I even went back in the game to test it out but I was proved wrong. duh insane

Also, the puzzle in the temple where you pick up the last statue really doesn't make sense to me. I understand how the number is calculated but I don't understand how the answers that you enter into the slabs comes out to that number. I only got this puzzle by starting with 000 and working my way up until the right combination happened. Thankfully, it was not a puzzle that you had to back out of first to see whether it worked or not.

And, you know me, I really didn't understand the story that well but I did enjoy the gameplay anyway, which is what is more important to me!

Glad I replayed and now on to something else.

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Re: NiBiRu [Re: oldbroad] #1166475
10/18/18 10:59 PM
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Congratulations on finishing yet another game. thumbsup

If I ever see a good explanation for the solution to the puzzle in the temple, I will let you know. smile

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