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up the wall with the mechanical Dagger groove. The door on your right will open,
so drop down and run through it. A
cut scene will start where the Prince will see how people are imprisoned behind
a jail wall with many windows. Remember this wall. Everything
is burning in the Royal Workshop.
forward to the huge Babylonian statue representing a King who is holding a staff
in his right hand. Climb it like a column and on top turn your back towards the
ledge and jump backward.
Climb the staff of the statue
right to the end of the ledge and jump left to a lower wooden ledge. From there
jump to a lower wooden ledge and go to Landscape View. The view suggests you
will have to wall run on your left and then wall-to-wall jump to a narrow ledge
high on your left.
Jump all the way up
left and jump backward to the narrow beam. Side
jump from the beam to a ledge with a lever and a mechanical Dagger groove on the
wall. I shall call this ledge # 1.
Ledge # 1
top of the groove you will notice an arrow pointing from a circle to a wall Icon
with windows. The circle represents the statue where it is now standing and the
other Icon the opposite jail wall you just saw. You can go to Landscape View
here and observe the statue.
around and look at the opposite side where you notice a similar ledge with a
lever and a mechanical Dagger groove. Let’s call this ledge # 2. Now
“God” is shouting to move, but how to solve this puzzle?
you rotate the lever a half turn the arrow above the groove will point to the
left. Pretty complicated... So before stabbing your Dagger into the groove
let’s just walk around here and look at everything.
the ladder to the upper ledge and have a look at the opposite wall. That is the
prisoner’s wall with all the windows as seen on the Icon you just noticed
above the groove where the arrow was pointing at.
down from the ladder on the opposite side of this ledge where you reach ledge
# 2, and look above the mechanical groove: the panel refers to a clockwise
rotation. If you rotate this lever a half turn the arrow above the groove will
then change to counter-clockwise rotation.
Turning the lever
the first Dagger groove on ledge # 1 will move the statue in the direction of the circle or the prisoner’s wall, and the groove on ledge # 2 will rotate it clockwise or counter-clockwise (a quarter of a circle), both depending on how you turn the lever.
is some logic to this puzzle, in order to get the little grey cells working,
like Hercule Poirot used to say (a
Belgian like myself). If you make the wrong step the statue will refuse and
retract to its previous position. For each next move of the statue you have 4
Arrow pointing left to the circle
R: Arrow pointing right to the wall
Clockwise rotation (quarter circle)
CC: Counter-clockwise rotation (quarter circle)
time you have to run up the wall after adjusting the lever, and stab your Dagger
into the mechanical groove. By the way, I shall call HT a half turn (
R – HT – R – R – C – L – C – R – C – R – CC – R
The final motion of the statue
statue has some kind of a ledge on its left arm that will then break the jail
a cut scene will show you how all prisoners escape. The Prince will jump to a
Chariot (like we’ve seen before) and a hell of a ride will start.
Starting another Chariot ride
before that you will be asked to save the Game, which is a good idea.
Next Sublevel: The King’s Road