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01.03.2009 at 07:29:13
 
Aquamat:  While patiently waiting for Les Catacombes Rouges I was happy to find two of your other mansions I never completed. Finally made it through Palace of Gore and it is now one of my favorites.  Loved that mansion (though the name is rather gory.)  Grin Since my score was only 66% I will have the pleasure of playing it again.  I'm currently trying to complete Small Palace of Gore and can't get out of Room 17103 after pulling the lever in 17104.  I've been jumping around behind the black partitions forever.  Hint?
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Reply #1 - 01.03.2009 at 20:55:00
 
Hi Jackie!
You need to do some more jumping and holding down several keys. Eventually you'll get where you want to go!

I just finished the mansion with only Angry Angry 57% secrets. I need to play this one again! Smiley
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Reply #2 - 02.03.2009 at 12:09:23
 
Rose:  Thanks for your suggestion but I'm about ready to give up.  For two days I've been jumping around and trying to get out of Rm. 17103. I assume Jack is to go down and to the left behind a partition in order to get to the bottom part of Room 17102.  I'm not sure what you mean by holding down
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l keys.  Apparently pulling the lever in 17104, changing the blocks from silver to gold, isn't helpful at this point. ?
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Reply #3 - 02.03.2009 at 12:30:03
 
No, pulling the lever is for room 17101.

When I hold several keys I press the jump key, up key and walking key at the same time. walking  key changes pf course depending which direction you want to go.

Try it and see what happens
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Reply #4 - 03.03.2009 at 02:20:14
 
Actually, Jackie, it is perfectly possible to get out of this "dark room" without that "holding-down-several-keys-at-once" routine....at least I never do it.
(It is possible that it helps, though).

The solution to that room lies in 2 things:

1. Do it as the blind: if one sense fails /in this case because the room is dark) use the other senses more, especially your ears !!

2. Use the right combination of jumps and walking to get higher and higher behind the dark.

And - forget the room next door.... the solution lies ONLY within the dark room !!   Cool
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Reply #5 - 03.03.2009 at 02:44:04
 
aquaMat wrote on 03.03.2009 at 02:20:14:
2. Use the right combination of jumps and walking to get higher and higher behind the dark.


Just another way to say it! Same result

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Reply #6 - 06.03.2009 at 08:28:55
 
Thanks to Rose and Aquamat for helping me get through Rm. 17103.  It was very useful to know I should be going back up rather than to the left or down.  I left it alone for a day or so and tried again.  I did make it through only to find that I had to go back to Rm. 17104 to pull on the lever.  Not to worry.  I got out again.  But, my score was even lower than Rose's, so I'll tackle it again since no new mansions have appeared for awhile. Smiley
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