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Latest Activity: Played The Walls - Part Two (Sep 13, 2016 10:41am)

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WARNING! SPOILERS!

People who like puzzles shouldn’t read this. ONLY people who want to see this game as interactive art should read ahead!

Here is a walkthrough for The Walls – Part Three:

1. Click in the bottom right of the screen and wait for the wall to scroll.

2. Click the vines on the left of the screen and then wait for the sun to fall.

3. Click on the sun, then its various protrusions and get the first code (316)

4. Hold your mouse over the bottom left button while the story plays.

5. Listen for the morse code blips and beeps and match them with the correct numbers (397)

6. Wait for the room to come into full view.

7. Click the floor tile on the bottom left and wait for the hands to emerge and give you the password (121)

8. Wait while the Tzara quote is read and while the creepy text does its thing.

9. For the next part, it helps to know that “erado” means “to erase” in Latin. Click and hold your mouse to “erase” the screen and reveal some symbols. When you type “CODE” into the box (in capitals) the symbols will match, so hit enter and you can proceed.

10. Now you must click on the eyes of the various statues. Click on each pair of eyes twice to proceed.

11. The next is just a question to make sure you’re paying attention. The nickname of the maker of this game is magic585, so input “585” to go to the next level.

12. Now in the bottom left corner of the screen there is an entrance. If you click it, a hand will emerge and grab a skull, finishing the level.

14. Congratulations! That’s it…so far as I can tell at least.

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