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Re: Tiny Bang Story [Re: BrownEyedTigre] #719049
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Yes, I'm enjoying it, also. It was worth the sale price for me.

Ana, do I need to learn how to hide spoilers if I answer a question and provide locations for someone like I did earlier?

I've only ever used 'quick reply' rather than full reply. Didn't want to inadvertently go against the forum rules.

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No, you are okay. If it was in the middle of a game discussion thread then it would be nice, but this is a hints thread so no worries.

You can always switch to full reply without losing your post if you want. To add a spoiler tag just click on the bull horn looking icon.

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Re: Tiny Bang Story [Re: BrownEyedTigre] #719051
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Allright, thanks very kindly, Ana. smile

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I thought it would be different too but it's still got something more about it than a usual HOG.

Am stuck again at the wheel compass bit I'm sure I have to turn it so it's straight, but am playing on laptop and [blip] scroll pad is playing up. Is there an easy way to get it all lined up?


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Re: Tiny Bang Story [Re: ritchiesbabe] #719131
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ETA: Ah, I had already typed my question before I saw yours, ritchiesbabe. I'm having the same problem. All one can do is rotate, there is no other manipulation.
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Has anyone completed the nautical chart symbol in the globe puzzle in the third world/location? I've rotated it a hundred times and get ever so close but not spot on. (???)

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I can´t find the second wheel(one is already there but I need second wheel) for that train in the basement of "tower" in first scene. Could anyone tell me where to find it? I´m probably blind if I can´t see it >_<

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Look very closely, Elee at the blue print in the upper right corner. wink

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Oh dear me LadyCav this doesn't sound like I will be able to get past it. I bet saved games won't work for this game either.

When I turn it it either moves too fast or not at all. I'm sure it's cos I'm playing on the laptop but I don't think my archaic pc would run the game plus I'd have to restart and I'm quite a way in now.

I think I will ask my sister if she can do it when she gets back in but I'm not hopeful.

I bet we have to keep trying that's all we can do.


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thank you very much! I wasn´t looking there at all, it was so sneaky to put the wheel into blueprint. Thank you!

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You're welcome, Elee. smile

hint: remember that sneaky trick for later. wink

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That was the last wheel I found too I suddenly thought what the hell it's in there haha.
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thank you very much! I wasn´t looking there at all, it was so sneaky to put the wheel into blueprint. Thank you!


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Re: Tiny Bang Story [Re: LadyCav] #719139
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ritchiesbabe, if you find the solution, please come back and tell us what you did!

I have my game in windowed mode, so I won't have to back out of that puzzle and start all over again.

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I made it to the fourth one and the puzzels get quite a bid harder. looking for the numbers to put in the tv. Good game.
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Good for you, Richard!

But what did you do with the globe puzzle in the third world inside the tree... the one with the nautical chart symbol? How'd you get it done???

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It was quite hard I just moved the balls around. Took me quite a while. I think that's the one you where talking about.
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Thank you very much, Richard. I'll keep trying then.

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Which one are you stuck on? What chapter is it in? I am in the beginning of 3.

LadyCav,thanks for helping the others that are stuck. Much appreciated.

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Hi, Ana. Yes, it's in the third world/chapter. There is a half globe in an upper room with a movie projector screen in it. Once you find the part that goes in the open globe, a puzzle is activated, and all the lines must match up vertically. I've spun the thing prob 300 times by now. You'll understand when you see it. It's just math, as each circle is a different size and requires different numbers of rotations to become vertical. A little too tedious and takes too long for my liking.

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Been trying valiantly for a good half hour no joy. I have been turning the wheel clockwise the outside wheel is going around clockwise. Do you think I'm doing it wrong and should be making it go anti clockwise? I don't see myself being able to do it to be honest with you.


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A half hour? I've been trying on an off all morning! I have been going clockwise each time.

I tried jiggling it a little to the right and left when it was really really close, but that doesn't do anything. When I got one ever so close, I would go counter clockwise once and then clockwise once to see if it would bring it back into position and move it just that tiny smidgen that I needed. No go.

If you will click on the blue question mark, and look at the pictorial hint, you'll see that when it's in the correct position, the wooden pattern underneath will have that one single "curlicue" on the left side at the 9 o'clock position.

If you get really, really close, but not quite there, it takes 5 rotations to get it back to anywhere near that same point. And to get it back to that ever so close point, takes 120 rotations. Yes, I counted. This is getting to the point where it's not fun. I must be well over 700 rotations by now.

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I've clicked that hint I honestly think I'm poor at moving the wheel anyway so it's just not gonna happen for me. My sister was much faster but she tried for a little bit and then said it should be done by now. Pity there is no skip feature. It was a good game up until this point.


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hi all, i m stuck at chapter 5 where must place wheels on pipes. someone passed this one ?

http://www.demo.ovh.com/download/14a348cf8ec62aff3dae9c086a8632c0/pipes.png
what i must doin' here ?

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Re: Tiny Bang Story [Re: mnv83] #719169
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Hi mnv83,

I'm not that far yet. I'm only in chapter 3.

When you click on the blue question mark, doesn't it give you a pictorial clue as to what you are supposed to be doing?

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Hi LadyCav,
when i clic on blue "?" i have this pic :

Puzzle screenshot

i place wheels but nothing happens

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Hmmm, it's hard to tell what you need to accomplish.

Perhaps the blue circles change color when correct, as if water is flowing through them or something?

Can you turn the wheels once they are in position? There's a big lever off to the far left. Maybe you can try to pull that down and see if anything happens? There's also a small copper colored switch on the far left balloon shaped copper ball on the left side of the pipes. Can you switch that and does it do anything?

Sorry if I'm not much help. Looks like a bit of trial and error is what you could try. Good luck with it! smile

Edit to add: It also looks like there are more connection points or valve holders than there are valves. They may not necessarily go on those places seen in the clue/hint.

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