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I don't know what to do. Once you get the axe and you go into the kitchen.
The key is hidden under the television. I have to find a way to script the key appearing once the player moves the TV (to stop the player from accidentally picking it up) to make the puzzle that much more interesting.
Behind the boxes, one will find a "key." Using the key properly isn't the puzzle, however going "through" the door it opens is the real trick.
Some barmen keep firearms behind their counter (such as a Winchester). This one keeps another sort of fire-tool. This may come in hand at opening up "new opportunities."
The jungle. Jumanji. Robin Williams. 5 switches are hidden about this overgrown kitchen. Some are obvious, and some are hidden in the darkest of corners. Some require strength to reach and some require a colder lift.
I'm not sure how I can hint my way into this puzzle, other than by saying: your ultimate goal is to the north west.
Ever see Shanghai Knights? Good movie. Jackie and Owen rule. Anyways, this is what I like to call a "theme" puzzle. In the two areas of this chamber are two different "Eras" or themes. For this particular puzzle, one item is out of place. Make like Indy, find the "idol" and return it to where it belongs.
Don't look down. My personal favorite room, however not my favorite puzzle. A good hint for this intimidating tower is to look through the castle rather than up. If you get lucky, you may find the way through the doors that lie above.
Topsy-Turvy. As some call it at least. I just call it disconcerting. This is a two part puzzle, and possibly the hardest to figure out. Entering the room, if you look up, take notice for the one item that ISN'T upside down. Now... Get it. Noticing what it is, try using it to unlock the final door in the hallway.
EXTRA HINT: High voltage cables aren't high voltage without a charge.
MY FAVORITE PUZZLE! After going through the usual stuff that I've included to slow the player down and add a subtle pace, you'll see the 'art gallery.' In here are four paintings. Or are they four? Using the particularly different portrait as an example, look past the face of the pictures and find the true answer out of the room.
The final room. The big hoopla. To reach your goal, remember every puzzle that you've come across, and use that to your advantage and climb your way to victory.
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