Cellar - Door Puzzle

 
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Re: Cellar - Door Puzzle

[Post New]by oreo3030 on Jan 9, 08 3:32 PM
annaisidf wrote:I'm wondering if the Cellar - Door Puzzle is the end of the whole game!!??

The crypt door in the cellar is the end of the game.

Have fun!

 

Re: Cellar - Door Puzzle

[Post New]by lorikl on Jan 28, 08 12:01 PM
how do i get to the cellar

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    Re: Cellar - Door Puzzle

    [Post New]by Mattiehi on Feb 3, 08 5:48 PM
    I have played the puzzle with the lights and can get to the games but I can't get a score to show up. Have played each of the games for a good while and nothing ever shows up in the score box. Any suggestions as to how to get a score to register? Thanks

     
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    Re: Cellar - Door Puzzle

    [Post New]by oreo3030 on Feb 3, 08 7:15 PM
    Mattiehi wrote:I have played the puzzle with the lights and can get to the games but I can't get a score to show up. Have played each of the games for a good while and nothing ever shows up in the score box. Any suggestions as to how to get a score to register? Thanks

    The score counts down not up. You must return the ball with the paddle 15 times, stay between the lines for 32 seconds and then catch 25 circles w/o being touched by a heart. Each time you miss the ball, touch a line or get touched by a heart, the numbers reset. Zero is a perfect score!

     
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    Re: Cellar - Door Puzzle

    [Post New]by oreo3030 on Mar 4, 08 6:11 PM
    calpol1 wrote:How to solve the lights: This works on the same principle of the Lights Out Game (except in this case it's lights ON!). Imagine that the one you press is the centre of a cross - it will affect the ones immediately N, S, E and W of it. ...

    If you follow this,I guarantee you will do the whole thing in less than a minute. And NO, I didn't come up with this myself. I found it on the Lights Out web site!
    Sue

    Thanks for the info. I have no problem w/the puzzle but I'm happy to know the genesis of this puzzle game standard. Being able to see patterns helps in solving this puzzle.

    If you have or played Madame Fate, this Lights Out is adapted for pix of cats divided in squares, They use pix of 2 different cats and mix the squares. The player needs to complete the pix of cat A (on/blue) or B (off/yellow). It's fun!

     

    Re: Cellar - Door Puzzle

    [Post New]by GerhardtArena on Mar 26, 08 8:20 AM
    Cannot get those lights on no matter what. It is driving me crazy. Sometimes I end up with only one unlit in the middle - there has to be a way. Any help will be sincerely appreciated.

     
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    [Post New]by oreo3030 on Mar 26, 08 8:40 AM
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    Re: Cellar - Door Puzzle

    [Post New]by callinan on May 20, 08 1:21 AM
    You turn on a light, then you take that key and put it in the big black square at the top.
    It generates the letter you need in the corresponding slot.
    When you've finished it makes the word that opens the doors.

     
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    [Post New]by runold on Jun 8, 08 5:08 PM
    Help! I have all the keys! could you please walk me through the final process. I get green and red colors. Am I suppose to get yellow? I understand that the symbols above the beads should match with the keys! Just can't seem to spell out a word! Frustration is high.

     
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    [Post New]by runold on Jun 8, 08 5:12 PM
    I have the same game except that the lights turn red or green-I think! I have been playing this so long that I am very confused

     
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    Re:Cellar - Door Puzzle

    [Post New]by Moon38 on Nov 30, 08 9:28 PM
    Ok, my question is about the puzzle with the keys and the lights, nothing else. My word (if Ive done everything properly was Lizodie but the door still doesn't open. Am I supposed to try and unscramble that into something else or what? Thanks

     

    Re:Cellar - Door Puzzle

    [Post New]by dolphingirl2k1 on Dec 2, 08 12:32 PM
    No...there's no need to unscramble the letters you get. All you need to do is put a key in the slot, push a button or wait for it to tell you what letter is associated w/ that key's shape at the top (can't remember if you push a button or not after putting a key in the box-like area). Once you are given a letter for that key, go to the coresponding shape down below and make that letter the same. Repeat steps for all keys and you'll end up spelling a word. "Lizodie" must be wrong...usually the words that are spelled are like Charles, Murders, Eternal......something along those lines. But again, no need to "unscramble"...so my guess is you've messed up the process somehow.....try again, and good luck

    ~~~edit~~~

    I see on another topic you found your word...congrats!

    Edited on 12/02/2008 at 12:35:34 PM PST


     
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    [Post New]by GizzyOne on Dec 21, 08 11:45 AM
    I'm being dense here: I can get the lights on easily. I can place all five batteries in the right place. I can play all the games until they score zero.

    But what's this about keys? I don't see any keys. Where do they come from?

    Is there more than one version of this game?

     
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    [Post New]by donamae222 on Dec 24, 08 2:47 PM
    Wow...am I ever confused! I am doing the 60 minute demo...first thing I had to do is find all the keys. Did that, and came to the cellar door puzzle. Couldn't figure it out & my time was ticking, so decided to get help from the forum. Looks like the cellar door, then solve that & on to the crypt door which is the end of the puzzle.
    Whats up with that? Why would the demo start at the end?
    I just finished Return to Ravenheart, loved it so much decided to check out the first one...however...now I'm wondering if I should bother.
    Advice please! Thanks. And Merry Christmas.

     
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    Re:Cellar - Door Puzzle

    [Post New]by Terri218 on Jan 11, 09 8:56 AM
    I have gotten to the end many times and the words change. So far I have gotten:
    BELOVED
    ETERNAL
    ENDLESS

    I wish there was a way to go directly to a puzzle without having to go through the whole game each time. I am anxious to try the remaining puzzles I have yet to solve using your suggestions and I am getting so sick of those jigsaw puzzles.

    Does anyone else have trouble downloading the games? I purchased Return to Ravenhearst 3 weeks ago and still can't download it.

     

    Cellar - Door Puzzle- HELP!!!!!!!!!!!

    [Post New]by Joszhan on Mar 2, 09 11:27 AM
    I a m stuck at the cellar door puzzle - I've solved the lights, but I am stuck on the 3rd game! I can't get my score down to 0. I go as far as 13, but keep bumping into hearts! Then I have to start over. Is there any way to skip the puzzle? Is there a trick to solving the 3rd game? It's getting really frustrating! help!!!!

     
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    [Post New]by fisan on May 7, 09 10:41 PM
    I hope I can say another sites name on this answer and question. I used to play game boy games alot and went to gamefaqs.com when I needed help. I checked with them yesterday about the celler door puzzle. They have some of the games for big fish listed. I got the lights on with a code that they gave me but when I went to play the three games I was stuck. They were old type arcade games that require both speed and accuracy. I have neither. I hate Atari , I hate speed games and I hate accuracy and I don'buy or play those games because i hate them..Now I'm stuck in the celler and don't believe I'll get to finish the game due to the fact that can't figure the puzzle out. Now this last part i'm saying in my sweetest nicest voice Can any one help me with this?Pleas egive me some hints on how to tackle this.

    Thanks, Fisan

     
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    [Post New]by LizzieK on May 8, 09 12:24 PM
    fisan wrote:I hope I can say another sites name on this answer and question. I used to play game boy games alot and went to (URL removed) when I needed help. I checked with them yesterday about the celler door puzzle. They have some of the games for big fish listed. I got the lights on with a code that they gave me but when I went to play the three games I was stuck. They were old type arcade games that require both speed and accuracy. I have neither. I hate Atari , I hate speed games and I hate accuracy and I don'buy or play those games because i hate them..Now I'm stuck in the celler and don't believe I'll get to finish the game due to the fact that can't figure the puzzle out. Now this last part i'm saying in my sweetest nicest voice Can any one help me with this?Pleas egive me some hints on how to tackle this.

    Thanks, Fisan
    To unlock the Schoolhouse Cellar Door you have to go to the Gingerbread House and get the pink & green Potholder from a hidden object game.

    Look at the temperature scratched in the lower left corner of the Cellar Door.

    Go to the Toy Store and use the Potholder to set the temperature to match what is on the Cellar Door.

    Then look at the pattern of circles that light up on the top of the stove. Remember you are looking at it sideways at an angle. Keep that in mind when you go back to the cellar door because you will be looking at the cellar door at a straight ahead view.

    Go back to the cellar door and press the red circles until they match the pattern that was on the stove. Click on the button and the doors will crack open only slightly and then the scene will change. You will then be back in front of the School house. Go back over to the cellar and look inside and it should now be open.

    After the puzzle is solved the potholder will be gone from your inventory.

    Good luck!

    Edited on 05/08/2009 at 12:25:32 PM PST


     

    Re: Cellar - Door Puzzle

    [Post New]by jazplz on Jun 11, 09 8:20 AM
    1blessedsingle wrote:I have been playing the cellar for quite a while and I cannot get finished with the third screen. I am able to finish the first two screens but the last screen goes so fast I am not able to go fast enough. After the last screen, please, what is the next step or is that the last step. I have read more than one request and I keep hearing them talking about a key and I don't see keys or letters. Are they combining two games or is there more to the CELLAR than I know. Hellllpp!


    I'm having a problem with speed as well - but for a different reason. I am not able to get past the video games - I have arthritis in my hands and don't have the dexterity to make it through the games. Does any one know of a way to bypass these? It's obviously going to be an issue...

     

    Re:Cellar - Door Puzzle

    [Post New]by AngelsMommy on Aug 26, 09 7:20 PM
    I have all the keys all the letters, i matched up the letters with the shapes of the keys and nothings happening............HELP

     
     
     
     
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