Chapter 7, We Have a Problem:
1. Find the wire. Then enter the bathroom.
You can also watch my video Walkthrough for chapters 7, 8 & 9 here:
2. Find the towel and grease. Then, turn on the shower to see the numbers 7284 written on the door.
3. Turn on the sink and wet the towel. Then leave the room.
4. Enter the Power room. Find the solar battery and use the wet towel to clean the solar panel so you can take it.
5. Tap the monitor and use the clue from the shower to solve this. The number was 7281. So select the correct number of dots for each.
6. Now you have to play some mini games to fix the solar panel. Drag one blue square around the board to meet the other blue square. You’ll then find out that the Andromeda has a broken actuator, the Corvus has a faulty wire, the Orion has a damaged solar cell, and the Vela has a leaky battery.
7. Go to the airlock room and use the grease on the robotic arm. Then take the actuator from it. Take your suit and had out.
8.Use each item with the different solar arrays to fix them, based on what you saw in the power room. So O-7 is Orion and gets the solar cell. A-3 is Andromeda and gets the actuator. V-5 is Vela and gets the battery. And finally, C-9 is Corvus and gets the wire.
9. Tap on the monitor to access another mini game. You need to pass through each arrow only once to bring the solar cells online. If there’s more than one arrow in a box, it means you need to skip some. Start with the one I highlighted below, then follow the arrows to the center of the screen. I’ll show a video later. That completes chapter seven!
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