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  • Nope, I don't remember. Looks like I definitely need to replay that game.
  • Scnew wrote: » I found April pretty unrealistic in the first game. Like... she doesn't get very upset over (Spoiler) Hmm, I guess you're right. It never really bothered me so much as it seemed more like a limitation of the game mechanics (…
  • BlankCanvasDJ wrote: » Scnew wrote: » It's a bit of a stretch to call it a crush, but I really like Zoe from Dreamfall. Funny, I always found April a lot more relatable (mostly due to The Longest Journey).
  • Iryon wrote: » In my opinion, having two of those on a daily base will have negative long term effects on liver metabolism and as a result on metabolism in general. Who are you, and why is your opinion relevant? The scientific consensus is…
    in Alcohol Comment by Soultaker July 2011
  • Yes. Can't you just disable your NIC in Windows? Seems much easier than shutting down your router or manually disconnecting cables. Still, the launcher is nothing but an annoyance, if you ask me. It takes forever to start, and after the game take…
  • Hmm, I hadn't even realized Earth & Sun was basically a simpler variant of the same puzzle! Re: Binary: you are probably comparing it with this puzzle, right? Although it looks similar, it is much easier than the King's Challenge becau…
  • Impressive. That seems to be the best possible solution. I think the starting configuration is fixed, so everyone has the same puzzle. Did you figure out a general strategy? I tried to think about things like sequences of moves that swap only two…
  • If you count every solution with a different set of lines separately, then there are 856 solutions. This includes many trivial variations though; for example, you can always swap each pair of connections coming from a single generator (and if the…
  • Also, you have downloaded this game from Telltale's website. This tells me three things: * You have a working computer. * You have a web browser on your computer. * You have an internet subscription. Given these premises, it should take about…
  • puzzlebox wrote: » For a screenshot showing the first 3 moves, click here. That's a good hint. From there, you want to move (Spoiler) aiming to (Spoiler) For the record, it doesn't matter (Spoiler)
  • The same thing crossed my mind while I was solving this one. But if the ice is cleared in between, any solution would be possible, which wouldn't make sense. So I decided to apply Occam's razor and go with the solution that required fewest tracks to…
  • henke37 wrote: » Behave and use the roaming application data like all proper programs! I think there is something to be said for keeping files that the user is supposed to mess around with (saved games, custom maps, screenshots, skins -- what…
  • Irishmile wrote: » Yeah I figured it out from the foot prints as well. Here another one. That's too bad, because the "How?" afterwards explained that you should really have been looking at the raccoons on the bridge, in the water, and at t…
  • Here you go. (Save games are stored in %USERPROFILE%\My Documents\Telltale Games\Puzzle Agent 2. If you already saved something in the second slot, back up your existing save2.save file first!)
  • I didn't notice any difference at all, except maybe that completing the challenge is required to unlock the King's Challenge. Still not sure what the exact preconditions for that one are.
  • Nagaoka wrote: » Either way, here's my hint. If you kept going, the final number in the sequence would be 365. Does that number sound familiar? That's a very good hint! On a side note, this puzzle really stumped me. The first hint made me…
  • If you finish in time (Spoiler) . I'm less sure about what happened when you don't finish in time, but I think it's something like (Spoiler) or something to that effect. In either case the day is saved, so there isn't a material difference. J…
  • Yes, but they are only slightly different. Both involve dumping the lunar ray emitter in the lake, and both feature (Spoiler) .
  • I did it, and it only took half an hour of trial-and-error. I'll look into a more fundamental approach to the problem tomorrow... that should keep me busy for a while longer. Now this was what I call a puzzle -- why didn't you put a dozen of the…
  • Astronauts got them is the right theory according to Jake in the review thread.
  • Krohn: could you put some spoiler tags around the paragraph about the coins? This is the review thread; it's likely people read this thread before they have finished the game.
  • Maybe failing the lunar race is the problem? I failed that one too. (I have a broken mouse which releases the mouse button randomly, which makes dragging lines in real-time very difficult. :P) edit: I replayed the game with a perfect score and n…
  • Ah, but I meant the other one, I think? (I meant fifth as in the coin other than the four I mentioned; not the fifth in the row. In retrospect, I didn't phrase that very well.)
  • To be fair, if you figure out what the answer is, (Spoiler) (I'm still not sure what the fifth coin was supposed to be, though.)
  • I think they should have asked for all the next digits. This was just half-assed.
  • Huh, me neither. What gives? Surath, how many puzzles have you solved? 33 (excluding the King's Challenge), or more? I had missed one puzzle during my playthrough. Maybe that has something to do with it?
  • Cheeseness wrote: » My girlfriend thinks that (Spoiler) puzzle is really only accessible to those who already know of the sequence I agree with her (even though this was the only sequence puzzle I was actually able to solve without any hint…
  • SPOILER ALERT! Do it like this:
  • I was pretty disappointed by this game, to be honest. It was too short, too easy, and it borrowed too much from the first episode: locations, characters, plot elements. You'll be renting a room in the inn again, quizzing the unhelpful sheriff in the…
  • An additional hint: I imagine many people who understand what the sequence represents (Spoiler) .