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Message Quest is a simple, straightforward little point and click story with little complication. You mostly just tap and drag items around and solve a handful of puzzles. You should be able to complete it in a few hours without trouble. But if you get stuck, here’s a quick walkthrough of all puzzles in the game to ensure you can solve them and save the world of Message Quest:
Drag the candle to the lantern in the top right corner. Tap Feste (the kid in the corner) until he wakes up. Tap him and slide right to drag him to the door until he agrees to go willingly.
Tap the window to see that it’s dusty, then wipe it to clean it (it’s not obvious that it’s working, just keep doing it). Tap the spider to scare Feste into the chair. Finally, tap both shelves on the sides and the top shelf to pack away the documents.
Tap the coats to shake the dust until a sandwich falls out. Tap the boots to get candy, then move the bags to the side to reveal an apple. You’re all set, but you still need to check the hat shelf and clock shelf to continue.
Drag the scroll to Feste, then drag him to the right and out.
Assemble the puzzle (it’s not hard). Tap on the door, then the frog, then repeatedly tap the sleeping man to wake him. Show him the scroll, then tap the pieces to rotate them so they line up (use the seal on the far right as a guide).
Tap the four road pieces in the order they go in (if you mess up, you have to finish a sequence and “fail” then restart). Do the same thing a second time, though you won’t use all the pieces. Drag Feste to the right.
Continue dragging Feste to the right. Tap the bell. Win the battle against the innkeeper (just keep reducing her willpower and sleep if you get too hurt). Talk to her. Tap Feste to chill him out then tap the door three times to learn you must tell it a story. Tap the bird twice to kiss it. Tap the mirror three times to remove the dirt then examine it. Tap the door three times again to tell it your life story. Assemble three more puzzles.
Outside, wait until the conversation is over, then drag the wheel from behind the tree under the wagon. Drag the door from the inn onto the opening on back of the wagon. Place the two pigs outside of the door. Tap the fence when prompted, then tap the scroll and rotate pieces to reassemble it.
Assemble the road segments just like before. Once in Fiddler’s Green, pull the blue cord on the left then drag the fiddle to Feste. Match the music notes in order to play. Then beat the fight the same way you did earlier.
Move the clouds away from the moon. Tap Feste until he creates a big enough puddle and calms down. Solve the puzzles. Defeat Laziness. This may take a bit longer, as you’ll need to focus on increasing your healing and damage to make a dent in him.
Tap the children and drag them into the wagon. Tap the instruments and move them to open a path to move the scroll out the right.
Solve the rift puzzle. Adjust the sliders to get the sound waves to pass through the five stars. Red needs to be near the top and blue near the bottom–the puzzle will start shaking when you’re close. Tap the children. Drag the scroll to bridge the gap, then drag each child across the scroll. Tap the last one to save her. Tap the snow around the pigs to clear it.
Tap Feste until he gets up, then tap the wagon to arrange the children in it. Use the image above for a guide, as this can be quite tricky. Tap the trunk for another puzzle, this time much easier. The middle dial is fixed and you want the symbols that touch to match. Start with the dial to the right and move clockwise, tapping to rotate dials until all symbols glow. Drag the blankets to the girl that appears, then drag the bucket down. Finally, talk to Lyn-Ryne.
Talk to Noah, then move the rocks away from the banner peeking out on the ground. Tap it to clean it, then drag it to the pole.
Finally, the epilogue. Take the cup and drag it to the keg, then to the nightstand. Tap the scrolls on top of the screen, then drag them down to the table. Then, drag the candle from the nightstand over, followed by the tree in a bottle. Tap the snowglobe. Tap bottles until you’re told the right one, then drag it to the table, too. Finally, drag the bottle of ink to the center of the table, and that’s the game! Hope you enjoyed Message Quest!
Last week, Blizzard announced Hearthstone’s Year of the Raven, marking the end of the Year of the Mammoth and a new round of changes for the game. Though nothing has been implemented yet, we now know enough about what the Year of the Raven has in store to make some preliminary preparations for the year.
If you’re not aware, Blizzard’s expansion sets for Standard cycle out every two years. Last year’s cards from the Year of the Mammoth will remain in rotation. However, other sets are on the way out, and three new expansions will release throughout 2018. We will also see new game modes, such as a new tournament mode, and other interesting features.
What’s on the way out?
Three sets will become exclusive to Wild format once the first expansion of the Year of the Raven launches. These sets are Whispers of the Old Gods, One Night in Karazhan, and Mean Streets of Gadgetzan.
That means all of your C’thun decks, all those Jade decks, and anything else that uses these cards in Standard will no longer function. If you’re relying on a deck that uses these cards heavily, you’ll need to be prepared to build something new or start playing in Standard, which is a whole adventure all its own. Fortunately, you’ll have plenty more cards to do that with.
Three new expansions will debut during the Year of the Raven, but we still don’t know what any of them are. We have the image above to give us a hint, but it’s not exactly forthcoming with information. My personal speculation just looking at these images is that the first is indicative of Emerald Dream with the roots and magical green-ness in the middle, and would fit well with the new hero being introduced that I’ll get to momentarily. The second one could be just about anything remotely magical. The third seems water based, but the marks underneath give a sort of tribal feel, making me think of things like murlocs and naga.
Blizzard loves to surprise, though, so I thoroughly expect all of those to be wrong. Whatever they introduce, expect it to bring new mechanics and twists to the game that we can’t possibly prepare for without knowing.
What should I dust?
If you have no intention of playing Wild ever, you might be interested in dusting your old, good cards that are moving to the format. But that might be a touch extreme. However, there are three cards being retired to Wild’s Hall of Fame in addition to the three packs that might be better candidates. They are Ice Block, Coldlight Oracle, and Molten Giant. Molten Giant will also revert to its original mana cost.
This puts a nail in the coffin for a few powerful mage decks, as well as some frustrating Battlecry decks. But don’t dust them yet. Hold on to these cards until Year of the Raven and you’ll receive the full dust value for each without disenchanting any of them, and then you can dust them for more dust if you feel so inclined.
How can I get the new hero?
Finally, Hearthstone will introduce a new hero at the start of the Year of the Raven. Lunara will be the latest druid hero, and thank goodness, she’s unlockable through gameplay and not by purchasing from the shop. You can obtain Lunara by winning ten Standard games (either in Ranked or Casual play) after the Year of the Raven drops. So if you’re not currently playing Standard but love your druid decks, consider getting in the know about the new cards as they drop!
When will that be? We still don’t know. But we’re into March now, which means the first expansion needs to be soon to keep up the pace Blizzard sets for the Hearthstone year. We’ll be working on our decks and planning things out in advance for Hearthstone’s Year of the Raven, so pull up a seat by the hearth with us for another exciting year!
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Everyone deserves to be able to make a living. Even, as it turns out, literal aliens. It’s not entirely clear where the cute titular character in Part Time UFO hails from, or if it’s even from a galaxy that understands the concept of work like we do.
One thing that’s apparent, though, is that if a UFO is going to make its way in this sometimes tough and cruel world, it’s going to need to use its claw and get the job done. Yes, claw, like in a crane game. Imagine that kind of mechanic, but on the move and applied to a variety of odd jobs and you have the gist of what’s going on here.
Part Time UFO doesn’t rely on fancy gameplay to delight its players, but these tips and hints can still be your guide to better pay, more challenges and the ability to dress yourself up. And who doesn’t like that.
The basics: How to work that claw
As the game itself is quick to point out during its brief tutorial, Part Time UFO is best played with two hands so both thumbs can be utilized. You move the UFO via a virtual stick anywhere you touch on the right side of the screen. On the left is a virtual button you use to drop your claw and pick up whatever might be underneath you at the time.
Making matters slightly more difficult is the fact that Part Time UFO uses some very down to Earth physics, so objects you grab can lean, sway and tip over. On top of that, heavy objects slow down the UFO, which can be a factor since you’re racing the clock at all times.
Speaking of which …
How to make more money and earn medals
Perhaps obviously since the high concept of the game is a UFO who takes on part time jobs, your primary objective in each level is to grab and position any objects that are flashing white. Bringing these objects to the proper location will earn you money, and the faster the better. There is a bonus timer on the right side of the screen that is counting down toward zero, drastically reducing your paycheck, though getting an object into position will earn you some time back.
You’ll also have two additional objectives on each level for which you can earn medals, which in turn help you unlock additional jobs. The game never spells out these goals but does show you a picture before you start that will give you some idea of what you need to do. Visual thinking is important here.
How and where to spend you hard-earned money
There are a lot of questions the game leaves unanswered. Does the UFO have bills? Is he crashing with a friend, or does it owe someone rent every month? We really don’t know. But there’s no doubt that you can spend some of the money you earn in the Shop, where you’ll find a delightful assortment of hats and other outfits.
They aren’t just for show, either. Like the cosmic shopkeeper is quick to point out, almost every hat and outfit has a beneficial effect on gameplay. The Sailor Cadet hat, for example, makes the UFO’s claw move much more quickly, while the Martial Arts Fighter hat keeps things grabbed by the claw from swaying, giving you additional stability on levels where you need to place objects more carefully instead of just hurling them somewhere. Matching the bonus effect from a cosmetic item to your own preferred play style can be a massive help on tougher levels.
While the Shop is where you need to go to purchase new outfits, you can view the ones you already own, fashion show style, by tapping the red button right next to the Shop.
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Bertram Fiddle Episode 2, Chapter 6 is the grand finale of the story as it stands right now. It’s time to clear Bertram Fiddle’s name back in London and get back on the track of Geoff the Murderer, hopefully capturing him this time!
Remember, if you’re ever stuck, you can press and hold to see all interactable things. You can also double tap to make your controlled character run instead of their usual slow plod.
If you’re stuck on one of the previous chapters, click below for our guides:
Once your name is cleared, enter the purple door to the right. Grab a currant bun, then, interact with the chemistry set on the table.
Using the instructions in the notebook, brew the embiggening potion for now by using the burners beneath to make ingredients hot (on) or cold (off), then tapping the valves to add each color. The only other potion here you need is the one on the second page (though you can brew the others and try them for funsies if you want). You can’t do the last one yet, but we’ll get back to helping Dr. Jekyll soon. Exit and head across the street to Exotic Curiosities.
Here, use the Embiggening Potion (green) on the tiny plant in the corner to make a lemon tree, then collect the lemons. Read the book on Kung Fu (dark blue, behind the shopkeep’s head), then head out. Your next destination is the dark alley behind you (between the Exotic Curiosities shop and the church).
Use the lemon on the squishing machine in the left corner, then use the lemon on the dog to reveal a new clue. Exit right past the man.
Head right under the bridge, then right again out the other side. Pick up the fishing line off the ground. You can’t do much else here for now, so return to the street you started on and this time head down across the bridge.
You’re at the freakshow. Head right into the wagon and give the currant bun from earlier to the elephant man. Take the hoop from the wall behind him. Speak with the bearded lady for a locket, too, then leave.
Move left to the gorilla and combine the fishing line with the hoop. Use them on the gorilla to get its loose tooth, asking Gavin to pull it out. Collect the magnesium powder and the tooth from the ground. Now, head all the way back past the man and his dog to the area where you found the fishing line.
Toss the locket into the water to get the child to move. Examine the grabbing machine on the left, then use it as Bertram Fiddle. Tap the child to grab him, then tap the bottle to have the child grab the bottle, then tap the machine once more to reel it all in. Go back to the tiny area under the bridge.
Give the tooth to the man under the bridge, then use his boat to return to the soap factory. Head left two maps to end up in a very familiar area. Exit the office, head left again, and use the bottle on the shampoo to collect it. Unfortunately, the gate is locked, so you have to go back the way you came. Head all the way back to Jekyll’s shop.
It’s time to save Jekyll! Use the chemistry set. Now that we have magnesium, we can use it on the flask, then follow the rest of the recipe. Once you have the potion, head through the door and give him the potion to return him to normal. You’re closing in on Geoff at last! Leave through the chute on the wall.
Talk to Marvo the cat and watch the end of the episode. Congratulations! We’ll have to wait for Episode 3 to find out if Bertram Fiddle has any more adventures…
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While some parts of North America experienced cold, nasty, windy weather this last weekend, where I am in the midwest, we had a beautiful, 70 degree weekend. That meant tons of people were out playing Pokemon GO once more after a winter of ignoring or even uninstalling the app. If you’ve been away from the game all winter, you’ve likely missed some pretty significant updates. Now, alongside an influx of Generation 3 Pokemon and new raid bosses, we have monthly Community Days focused around a single Pokemon. Community Days are designed to reward communities for coming out and playing together, and we’ve got a quick guide here for how you can make the most of them.
When is the March 2018 Community Day?
Community Day is March 25th, 2018, and the event will take place all day. It is a one-day-only event at the following times:
- Europe, Middle East, Africa, India: 10am to 1pm UK or GMT, 11am to 2pm CET
- North America, South America and Greenland: 11am to 2pm PST, 2pm to 5pm EST
- Asia Pacific: 12pm to 3pm JST
What Pokemon will be featured?
Bulbasaur will be the featured Pokemon. This means that Bulbasaur will be much more prevalent, and there is a chance it can be caught with a “special move” that will only be available once it evolves into Venusaur. That means you should denote Bulbasaurs you catch on Community Day so you know which ones to evolve later.
Furthermore, though it hasn’t been confirmed yet, on past Community Days the featured Pokemon had a much higher chance of being shiny. It is likely we’ll see shiny Bulbasaurs out on Community Day.
What other bonuses will be available?
Community Days include a 3X EXP catch bonus, so even if you’re not after Bulbasaur specifically, this is a great time to stock up on Pokeballs and get out there and catch away so you can level up. You can bump this number up even higher with Lucky Eggs, so it might be worth hanging onto any eggs you have until that day if you plan to go out so you can give yourself an even bigger boost.
What about raids?
We don’t know if there will be any special raids available for Community Day this month. For the last Community Day (and beyond), Groudon, Kyogre, and Rayquaza were featured as raid bosses, but their reign ends today. It is likely that a new and exciting raid boss or two will be introduced into the rotation before Community Day to entice raiders to join the festivities.
Are there real-world events?
Many major and minor cities with any kind of Pokemon GO community at all have events where trainers get together at a major city hub and play the game as a group, participate in raids and gym battles, and make new friends. Depending on where you live, such an event can help you have even more fun while you’re out. I recommend checking Facebook for “Pokemon GO Community Day” events in your area. Usually whatever Pokemon GO community exists in your city will put them up well ahead of time and may even have other events such as vendors, food, or organized activities.
Even if you live in a small community, you can still have fun catching and playing on your own. You can also consider organizing your own small gathering if you know others play near you. Just make a Facebook event for Community Day with a very public location and ask people to join you to catch Pokemon. The goal of the event is to get people outside and playing together, so have fun with it!
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