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The Five Cores Flower Puzzle Help #839640
10/01/12 11:35 PM
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Hi everyone.

I've made it to the floating(?) part of the game where there are these flowers that open and close. I had to resort to Bert's walkthrough and followed everything to the tee, including locating the book, because nothing I did affected them.

I clicked on the flower on the ground near the start of this area; it opened. Then I clicked twice on the vine/bulb thing above it twice; the flower below closed after the first click, then opened after the second click. No change in color. I tried rapid clicking - still no change. Tried it with the flower off to the right; same thing.

What have I missed? I've gone back to a previous save; no luck.

Thanks, Jesse.


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Re: The Five Cores Flower Puzzle Help [Re: Drummerboy] #839680
10/02/12 08:08 AM
10/02/12 08:08 AM
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Jesse, it is not the bulb above the flower that you must click but a liana that is close near by, generaly a few feet around.

Good luck.

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Re: The Five Cores Flower Puzzle Help [Re: Drummerboy] #839858
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Thanks Chief!

There were in plain sight. I don't know how I missed them.

Thanks again.

Best regards, Jesse.


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Re: The Five Cores Flower Puzzle Help [Re: Drummerboy] #839916
10/03/12 08:09 AM
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Glad you're moving forward now, Jesse.

Thanks, Chief.


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