My hope, is that you will be able to solve the puzzles on our own. However, I know you will get stuck from time-to-time. I’ve prepared hints to help you along your way. Try to use as few hints as possible. Some hints will come in stages. If you can’t solve the puzzle with the first hint, you can click on more to get additional information.
Most rooms will allow you to look at them from different directions. The direction is shown at the top of the view. To move from one view to the next use the arrow icons on the right and left side of the view. Click on objects inside the view to examine them or move to different rooms.
Click on the cassette on the floor to pick it up. Next, find and bring up the cassette player. Click on the cassette tape above the view, then click the middle of the cassette player to put the cassette in the player. Click the play button to play the tape.
Click on the moons in the correct order.
The pictures inside the book are hints.
Pay attention to where the people are looking.
Use the directions the people are looking to determine which moon buttons to click.
Play a series of notes on the piano.
There is a scrap of paper with musical notes on it in the room somewhere.
The white keys are used for all the musical notes on the scrap of paper except for C#.
All instances of C#, and C, on the scrap of paper, use the black key between the C, and D key.
Click a location on the clock face.
Find the Roman Numeral that is not written correctly.
You can only place objects on the mantel after you have collected all three of them. Click on an object you’ve collected. An indicator will show you where it goes on the mantel. Click on the indicator and the object will be placed on the mantel.
When all three objects are placed on the mantel it will reveal a button. Click on the button to open the back of the fireplace. Click on the opening in the back of the fireplace to enter the lab.
Listen to the recording on the keypad by the door.
Find the rock identification chart, the Mohs values list, and the rock samples collection.
Use what you’ve found to find the mohs numbers for the six flagged rock samples in the collection.
Put the six numbers into the keypad from Monday through Saturday.