Friday, May 12, 2006

The Eurostar Quest

I created the Eurostar Da Vinci Code Quest Blog at http://eurostarquest.blogspot.com/ Nothing much there but tell me what you think of the template and also post preliminary comments to the initial post. I will be back to comment more after I have finished moving. Thanks for understanding my absense. Look forward to hearing from everyone.

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10 Comments:

At 5/12/2006 5:55 PM, Blogger RoninBlackmoore said...

Im heading over to your euro blog, I started the game, I love it. I thought you had been refering to the other quest by sony for da vinci that is not open USA so im glad I checked!
Ps where do you come up with your lovely blog templates? I need to make some.
MR

 
At 5/12/2006 6:08 PM, Blogger Missy said...

I started the Euroquest on Tuesday or Wednesday of last week and I have finished level 2. Level 3 isn't going to be released until May 19th.

Hints: Know your Shakespeare characters. When you get to the bonus/prize puzzles they give you three tries. Take them. They will end up using your lowest times for that puzzle so you have nothing to lose by trying three times. The first bonus/prize puzzle is with an actualy cryptex. The second one is almost the same type of puzzle but they don't use a cryptex, they use a keypad like on an ATM. Each number can only be used once and if the light is yellow, that means that number is used in the sequence, just not the position it is currently in. Once I figured out how to do it, it was rather easy. The hardest puzzle was on Level 2 and it was the little square puzzle where you had to slide the pieces around to make the picture of the man look right. He was bent over looking at a bookshelf. That one took me the longest.....and nearly drove me to drink. LOL OH.....the other hard one was the one with the circles. Read the directions carefully. You spin the inner circle first until the letters make a word, then lock the inner one, and spin the outer circle to get the second word. Both circles together will give you two words....like Knights Park, Oxford circle, etc. As soon as you go through all the possible combinations the game will tell you.


Good luck all. I definitely found this quest to be more challenging and more time consuming.....also alot more fun!

~Missy

 
At 5/12/2006 11:41 PM, Blogger RoninBlackmoore said...

I just tried once, failed then went into wikipedia and found the plays. But I got carried away reading them!
MR

 
At 5/13/2006 5:52 PM, Blogger Missy said...

sarah e said/asked...
H-Sizzle-- I'm stuck on the Secret Circles challenge... I think I'm overthinking it. You wouldn't want to help me out, would you?




sarah e,

I might be able to help you out. The secret to it is you need to move the inner circle first until you have a word such as park, place, street, bridge, etc. Then once you have a word, click on the rose shaped thing in the middle and that will lock the inner ring. Then move the outer ring until you have another word. It will be a word like....Knights, Queen, Oxford, etc. Put the word from the outer ring first and the inner ring second and you have a two word set.

Once you have a word on the inner ring, and a word on the outer ring, write the word down and then start over again. Click on the rose shaped thing to unlock the inner ring and move the inner ring until you have another word. Then move the outer ring until you have a word. Put the two words toegther and you have another two word set.

I actually wrote all my two word sets down. The game knows when you have found them all and it will tell you.

I hope this helps.

~Missy

P.S. To move the rings, ie...make them turn.....put the mouse arrow somewhere on the ring where there isn't a letter and holding your left mouse button down, move your mouse arrow in either a clockwise direction or coun ter clockwise direction and then release. the ring should turn changing the letters.

 
At 5/14/2006 9:02 AM, Blogger iamaducky said...

Can someone please help me on the puzzle where you have to find the hidden letters, I can only find 5 of the seven.

 
At 5/14/2006 11:29 AM, Blogger Missy said...

iamaducky,



The letters will spell out T-E-A-B-I-N-G.

The "A" is in one of the legs of the book table at the market by the water.

The "I" is in the face of the clock.

The "N" is on the side of one of the buildings.


The "G" is in the picture where the tree is, near the bottom right hand corner.

The "E" I believe, is in one of the railings, I think near the water.

Sorry, but I cannot remember where the T and B were.


~Missy

 
At 5/14/2006 7:17 PM, Blogger a1bengal said...

lookin good on the new site !! now Not sure where the game is ...Jane

 
At 5/15/2006 11:36 AM, Blogger Elizabeth said...

i tried this quest. it's definitely harder than the google one, in my opinion.

 
At 5/15/2006 4:37 PM, Blogger Bjars said...

The B was on the wall somewhere, i think the bookstore not sure... its very obvious (almost too obvious)

 
At 5/15/2006 8:59 PM, Blogger RoninBlackmoore said...

missy are you the same missy as before in the google quest?
Well I hope you win this one at least..
I am working on the euro but I am a BIT discouraged right now from losing the Da vinci code, it was mainly me not getting up early enough to see the puzzle come up and do it immediately.
good luck on Euro* everyone!
MR

 

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