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Gordian Rooms. The Basement #1229456
10/01/20 04:25 AM
10/01/20 04:25 AM
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maggsie Offline OP
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Hi Has anyone played this game.
I am stuck trying to get out of the basement and its the last puzzle on the roof of the basement. I had to go to You Tube and the answer was there, so I did exactly as the video did and I still cant get it to open . Even went to Steam community and their video did the same answer Tried everything that I can
Hope you guys can help with this
Regards
Maggsie
PS Have you got to pay for each room ? is each one a separate game ?


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Re: Gordian Rooms. The Basement [Re: maggsie] #1229467
10/01/20 07:35 AM
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Hi maggsie, let's wait and see if someone who has played this game is able to help you out.

Re: Gordian Rooms. The Basement [Re: maggsie] #1229480
10/01/20 09:22 AM
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Thanks Marian >


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Re: Gordian Rooms. The Basement [Re: maggsie] #1229482
10/01/20 09:26 AM
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The game currently costs £4.99 which includes the kitchen, lounge and study with more to come. As for that last puzzle in the basement, the shapes relate to numbers. I couldn't quite fathom it out, but the best explanation I could think of is
across the middle line starting from the left outside ring-you have the two inverted 't' shapes, then two circles, after the centre it's two of the inverted triangles and one circle
you may need to play around with the combinations. Hope this works for you. wave2

Just played again and it does work with this combination. The
two strips of wood do help-a bit!)

Last edited by Upsydaisy; 10/01/20 10:14 AM.
Re: Gordian Rooms. The Basement [Re: maggsie] #1229483
10/01/20 09:38 AM
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I can't remember now how that puzzle worked, although at the time I understood it--but did not have the patience to work it out. (And that was all of two days ago. <sigh>) But I resorted to a walkthrough and it worked fine. What I do is pause the video upon puzzle completion, then take a photo of the solution with my cell phone. It's much easier to compare the two side by side. I do remember that puzzle transitioned quickly from finished to new room, so you have to make sure you are using the final solution. Good luck!

Re: Gordian Rooms. The Basement [Re: maggsie] #1229485
10/01/20 09:50 AM
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Thank you both for the help. Much appreciated. smile

Re: Gordian Rooms. The Basement [Re: Marian] #1229488
10/01/20 10:32 AM
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WOW You are all stars Thank you so much I resorted to pausing the video and writing it all down silly me never thought of taking a photo LOL . Thanks for the info. I am going to download now Its a great game just love it
Thank you again Gameboomers Rock !!!!
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Maggsie


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Re: Gordian Rooms. The Basement [Re: maggsie] #1229522
10/01/20 07:53 PM
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So glad you can move on. There is nothing worse than thinking you have the one game with a fatal bug. Certainly been there myself (maybe every game I've ever played!)

Re: Gordian Rooms. The Basement [Re: maggsie] #1229643
10/03/20 01:20 AM
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I started to play the prologue and I noticed that the mouse movements are in reverse. To go up you hold the left button and drag the cursor down and vice versa. Similarly to go left, you hold the left button down and drag the cursor right and vice versa. Weird behaviour to say the least.

I'll try the 1st game and see how that goes.

Re: Gordian Rooms. The Basement [Re: maggsie] #1229680
10/03/20 08:38 AM
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Hi barbarosso, Yes I found that, but the game is the best I have played for a long time. I am really enjoying it . the puzzles are just about my pay grade LOL
I have just finished the kitchen and looking forward to the next room.
Enjoy
Maggsie


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