This cheat allows you to either watch the entire video of the game (except the ending), or to access any part of the house (but the puzzles are not solved for you). During the starting screen (the screen with the four skulls), type "Zaphod Beeblebrox", followed by "Eleventh Hour" (or possibly the other way around ;). If you don't hear a bell, try pressing F12 first, then retyping the above. Here is a list of treasure hunt items, including the order to find them, and the location of each.
ITEM SEARCH ORDER ITEM LOCATION ~~~~~ ~~~~ ~~~~~~~~ 1 Tonic Water Library 2 Cock Dutton's room 3 Satyr Picture gallery 4 Globe Library 5 Tablet Lab 6 Redbreast(Robin) Foyer 7 Desk Library 8 Torso Picture gallery 9 Liquor Dutton's room 10 Irish setter Games room 11 Grandfather clock Foyer 12 Straight razor Bathroom 13 Orange Dining room 14 Nightmare Knox's room 15 Great dane Library 16 Televison Dutton's room 17 Organ Chapel 18 Ivory Tower(rook) Attic 19 Torch Chapel 20 Grater Kitchen 21 Disc Lab 22 Toothpaste Bathroom 23 Guillotine Temple's room 24 Gardenia 2nd floor hall 25 Rose Burden's room 26 Earring Heine's room 27 Harp Music room 28 Nutcracker Hallway 29 Eyeball Games room 30 Blade Temple's room 31 Locomotive Attic 32 Sheets Burden's room 33 Cleaver Kitchen 34 Lion Hallway 35 Port Knox's room 36 Rattle Nursery 37 XI (on clock) Foyer(on the clock) 38 Inkstand Library
Clue1: The object is to create five stacks of two plates on every point of the star pattern. Clue2: A plate must jump two plates, stacked or not. Clue3: Once moved, a plate cannot be moved again. Solution: The object of this is to get a stack of two plates at each point of the star. To do this number the plate at the top #1. Then number the others 2-10 by going clockwise. Thus 1,3,5,7,9 should be at the points of the star. Then make the following moves: 6 to 3. 8 to 1. 4 to 9. 10 to 7. 2 to 5. There are other solutions, but one is enough.
Clue1: Get five of your pieces in a row, or capture five pairs of your opponent's pieces to win. Clue2: Try not to let Stauf get four unchecked pieces in a row or else you are doomed. Solution: Try this: First three moves put your stones under Stauf's Fourth move, block Stauf to the right of his three stones Fifth move, fill in the middle of your two stones Sixth move, fill in four in a row by going right Stauf will take two of your stones Seventh move, fill in your row again YA GOT HIM! This seems to always work when Stauf's second stone is to the right, but it can work when he goes left also Another Note: this does not always work, but it is a good starting point to see what Stauf does.
Clue1: Manipulate the cars by switching between the top and the bottom track. Use the switcher. Clue2: The letters will spell out "STAUF". Solution: First of all, I'll be calling the track that goes straight through, the main track. I'll be calling the track that curves around, the side track. I'll call the section where the AUST starts to be the end section. The goal of the puzzle is to rearrange the letters to get STAUF in the end section. The puzzle starts with F on the main track and AUST on the end section. First: Move the AUST one at a time to the main track so that we get TSUAF on the main track. Second: Move the TSUA to the side track so that we get AUST on the side track. Third: Push the F into the end position. Fourth: Push the A into the end position. Fifth: Move the UST to the main track to give us TSU on the main track and AF in the end section. Sixth: Move the A onto the main track to give us ATSU. Seventh: Move the ATS to the side track giving us STA there. Eighth: Move the U into the end position. Ninth: Move the STA to the main track giving us ATS. Tenth: Move the ATS one at a time into the end section giving us STAUF there. So the moves should look like this: Beginning: F AUST After First: TSUAF After Second: F AUST After Third: F AUST After Fourth: AF UST After fifth: TSU AF After sixth: ATSU F After seventh: U F STA After eighth: UF STA After ninth: ATS UF After tenth: STAUF
Clue1: Move the pieces around until you can move the piano off the board. Clue2: This one's difficult. Solution: I got this third hand, so I don't know who originally did this. Anybody? Bueller? Also, there may be some typos in the solution. Number couches 1-4 1 being lower left 2 being upper left 3 being lower right 4 being upper right Letter Chairs A,B,C,D from bottom to top. Letter Table T and the Piano P T, R means move table to the right B, R A, U,R means mve chair A up then right 3, L T, D B, RA, U 3, U 1, RX2 P, D C, LX2 A, LX2 B, LX2 4, D D, RX2 2, RX2 A&C U P, U 1, LX2 3, D B, D,R P, R C, D A, L,D 2, LX2 D, LX2 4, U B, U,R P, R C, R,U 1, U 3, L P, D D, D,R 4, L B, U D, R P, U 3, RX2 1, D A&C, D 2, D 4, LX2 P, U A&C, RX2 1, U 3, L C, D,L T, L D&B, DX2 P, R A&C, UX2 T, L B, L,D P, D,R
Clue1: To win, be the first to create an unbroken path that touches all three sides of the triangular field. Clue2: A corner hexagon counts as touching two sides at once. Solution: Try filling one of the sides. I won the first time through by filling the bottom row. But, you can't just start at one end and go straight across. Try to fool Stauf by placing them in at random and even put some pieces around elsewhere on the board.
Clue1: Each gem must be adjacent to a gem of a matching color. Clue2: You can rotate a cluster of gems or swap positions with another cluster. Solution: Label the gems 1-6, going clockwise, with 1 being at the top. 1. Switch gems 1 and 2. 2. Rotate gem 4 to get red or blue as the top color. 3. Rotate the rest of the gems starting at gem 5, matching the adjacent color of gem 5 to gem 4, then move on to gem 6, then 1, 2, and 3, matching the adjacent colors. That's it. I am sure that there are more solutions, but that was the first one I did.
Clue1: The selected section gets colored in as well as all adjacent to the selected section. Clue2: You're playing against Stauff. His moves are grey. Clue3: The goal is to fill in the last square. Solution: Make your starting move at the blue L in the lower middle of the painting. Then it should all be downhill from there.
Clue1: Build a path for the mouse. Clue2: Placing a maze piece causes the other pieces in the row to slide over or in a column to slide up and down. Clue3: After a piece is played, you may move the mouse to any location along the newly created path. Solution: Ok, all I can do is suggest a few strategies. First, always move the mouse as far away from Stauf's hole as possible. Second, work on building multiple path options to your hole, or multiple possibilities. Don't concentrate on one sure path. Third, sometimes Stauf will work with you, well, Stauf doesn't realize this, but when I played he made two moves that destroyed my original plan, but opened up a door for me to win in one move. ;)
Clue1: Replace all of the nine white balls with the numbered balls in sequential order. Clue2: There are hidden lines of influence between the balls. Figure out what they are and you can solve this mystery. Clue3: There is no Clue 3. Solution: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Choose the balls in this order: 6, 8, 9, 5, 7, 4, 1, 2, 3
Clue1: You must reveal two fifteen letter words. Clue2: Once a letter has been chosen, you may not pass through that letter's space again. Clue3: The outer corridor remains open. Solution: The two words are: UNINTENTIONALLY STRAIGHTFORWARD
Clue1: Put all the red books on one side and all the green books on the other. Clue2: You can move adjacent pairs only. Clue3: It must be done in four moves. Solution: You have 8 books starting from left to right you have "R=red G=green" RGRGRGRG. You have to move books 2 and 3 witch are GR then you have to move books 3 and 4 witch are RG then you have to move books 6 and 7 witch are GG then you have to move books 1 and 2 which are RR. Start RGRGRGRG First move R GRGRGGR Second move RRGG RGGR Third move RRGGGGR R Last move GGGGRRRR
Clue1: Interchange the white bishops on one side with the black bishops on the other. Clue2: You can move any piece in any order, but it must move along a straight line, and not land in line with a bishop of the opposite color. Clue3: I think I can do it in 18 moves. Solution: Ok, this isn't quite 18 moves, but it will do. Number the places 1-10 as follows. Starting at the far left top, and numbering up-down, left-right, you get something like: 3 7 1 5 9 4 8 2 6 10 Perform the following moves: (example, W9 - 8 means White bishop on 9 to position 8) W9 - 8 B1 - 4 W8 - 3 B4 - 6 B6 -9 W3 -1 W10 - 3 B9 -7 W1 - 6 W3 - 1 B7 - 5 B5 - 10 W6 - 9 B2 - 5 W1 - 4 B5 - 3 W9 - 7 B1 - 3 B3 - 8 W2 - 4 W4 - 1 W7 - 2 B8 - 9
Clue1: Try to end with more honey in the comb than blood. Clue2: Globules divide in two when moved to an adjacent cell. But jumping the maximum of two cells moves the globule. Clue3: Honey absorbs adjacent cells filled with blood and vice versa. Solution: A couple strategies: 1. Don't be aggressive. 2. Just work on trying to secure half of the board.
Clue1: You have to make a path from the starting die face to the ending one at the opposite side of the cube. Clue2: The number of pips don't stand for numbers, they indicate direction. Clue3: The direction you choose defines the meaning of the die face from which you move. Solution: If you number the dice from left to right starting to the right of the start point, you would get numbers starting at 1 and numbering all the way around to 7, then the next row would start at 8, and number all the way around to 15, the next row at 16 and goes all the way around till 23, etc... the moves are as follows: 1, 2, 11, 4, 13, 14, 21, 29, 37 -END OR - If you can figure this one out: Dice: 4 - 1 - 3 - 1 - 4 - 6 - 2 - 1 - 2 - END
At the monitor adjustment screen that displays a skull, type PP. Then, Right- click at the title screen to bypass the introductory sequence.
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