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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: texaslady] #313061
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I'd like to process the paper if possible. But I'll take whatever you have to offer.
I'm going to email from my other yahoo account - the one listed here doesn't always want to recognize you.
Thanks

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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: Retired at last] #313062
04/19/08 09:27 AM
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Okay, I'll send you the two saves I have. It looks like my entire game has been deleted from my computer.

Sue

Edit: One saved game has been kicked back RAL, says you don't have an account with them

Have sent both saves to the old account. Let me know if you finally get a save from me please

Last edited by texaslady; 04/19/08 09:45 AM.

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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: texaslady] #313102
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Thanks Sue - got the saved games - number 8 is just fine.
Yes MaG my error was using the wrong water.
Now I'm back on track.

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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: Retired at last] #313128
04/19/08 11:10 AM
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Thanks for the help....I had to go back and redo making the photo, I evidentally did not do the sequence correctly and got my finished photo finally. I had not asked the priest about his sick friend and once I did that and played it through the cut scene came through beautifully, now I am in the tower stuck on the kalediscope puzzle. I have enjoyed the puzzles very much (maze gag ugh) but I do tire of all the repetative dialogue.

Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: msblue] #313135
04/19/08 11:16 AM
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Great, RAL and msblue. Have fun with the game.

Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: MaG] #313349
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Grrrr - made an error again and as usual don't know what to do.
I'm back at the forge - have made the mould frame and for some reason I can't place it on the anvil.
Any suggestions? would be welcome.
Sure wish I could say I'm off dancing yay broccoli
but am too tired for that tonight.

***EDIT*** never mind - didn't have the right angle of the anvil....
when am I going to learn to click in the right place rotfl hardwall
RAL wave sleep

Last edited by Retired at last; 04/19/08 08:21 PM. Reason: stupid me - off to bed

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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: Retired at last] #313391
04/19/08 09:19 PM
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Doing a Jenny trick again, RAL. Glad you got through. wink

Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: MaG] #313524
04/20/08 08:56 AM
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Good morning.
Nice and sunny here this morning.
Stuck again. I'm in the prison and can't get the barrels all the way to the open cabinet. I run out of floor markers. I can only move the first barrel as far as the front of the elevator.
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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: Retired at last] #313551
04/20/08 09:55 AM
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You can pick up-move one tile away only from where you're standing.
So position yourself to where you can inch that barrel along.
Maybe find a place to stand on.
Sometimes the tile that you can stand on is hidden by a barrel or box. Check and see. Also one of those items might be blocking your way. luck You very close to the end.

Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: MaG] #313566
04/20/08 10:23 AM
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Thanks MaG

Your instructions were great. It's so easy to do things with instructions like that. monky

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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: Retired at last] #315705
04/23/08 07:00 PM
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Just finished this great game.
Looking forward to the next one.
Thanks for all your help.
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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: Retired at last] #315709
04/23/08 07:25 PM
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Congratulations, RAL!! thumbsup

Marita (ahem), what's this "Jenny trick" business...rotfl


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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: Jenny] #315711
04/23/08 07:30 PM
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yay RAL

Wasn't it fun bravo


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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: looney4labs] #315717
04/23/08 07:43 PM
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Jenny posted
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Marita (ahem), what's this "Jenny trick" business...


Come, come Jenny.... you know.... post a question/problem and then solve it yourself... rotfl
don't remember that great description of yours.

Yes L4L - it indeed was a great game.
Unfortunatly it will always remind me of Sue leaving us cry

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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: Retired at last] #315753
04/23/08 09:18 PM
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Ah yes, RAL, my only real contribution to GameBoomer lore! blush

I'm still not up to speed, four or five days in the hospital and two blood transfusions takes a while to get over--at least at my age. As a mere child yourself, you wouldn't understand, even though you've been through some stuff too...rotfl


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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: MaG] #328908
05/17/08 12:54 PM
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Thanks MaG :LOL: I have redone this part at least 4 times and get the same result as RAL. Now I know what I did wrong and hopefully I will get it right this time :LOL:


Nan

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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: auntiegram] #328916
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luck Nan! You can do it.

Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: MaG] #328921
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Nan, that part was very clunky to me, but if I can do it, so can you! puppy


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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: looney4labs] #328934
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I was stuck trying to process the photo!! I redid it 4 times with the same result.....pic no good :LOL: NOW that I used the right distilled water I have done it right and can move on! WooHoo!! Thanks!!


Nan

Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: auntiegram] #328972
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happydance happydance happydance

A lot of folks seem to have problems on that section. Now onwards and upwards--or not as the case may be :pupppy:


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Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: looney4labs] #329613
05/18/08 04:56 PM
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Help lol I know I am beyond it but...... I am locked in a cell at the end of the sewers and I can't seem to get the elevator to go down with the barrel and box full of dirt so I can get the hook. Am I missing something??????


Nan

Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: auntiegram] #329626
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Nan,

Ah - maybe ask a second opinion on the beyond help bit. wink

As for the elevator -
Double check if your weight is over the limit. There's a poster on the wall to explain.
The:
Look at the left side of the elevator and see the brake system of the elevator.
Use the broken spade handle on the top of the left-lower wheel to have a makeshift handle.
Release the brake on the left and turn the makeshift handle.

Re: Agon Lost Sword of Toledo [Re: MaG] #329638
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I will recheck the weight of the barrels. Thanks!!


Nan

Thanks MaG for the hint! I did not have enough weight in the barrel and the box!! WooHoo I can move on!!

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