Riddlord The Consequence: Walkthrough Guide

Riddlord: The Consequence
By: Amrita Studio

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This will be a complete step-by-step walkthrough guide with hints, tips, tricks, solutions and answers for the iOS and Android puzzle adventure game, Riddlord: The Consequence, by Amrita Studio. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.

Note: I wrote some first impressions of the game here.

Chapter 1:

Here’s a video for all of Chapter 1:

Here’s the solution for the tile puzzle:

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The Rubik’s Cube puzzle is annoying, but there seems to be a bug at the moment that helps. If you save and quit in middle of it, you might have it mostly solved when you return, requiring just one spin to solve it.

Once you have the apple, use the knife to scrape the green stuff off the tag. It says “Apple of Eden,” but I’m not sure how that helps with anything. Then, put the apple over the candle to melt it and take a cylinder.

The answer is 524, but I got it off the thumbnail of the capsule. Apparently, the clues is Apple of Eden — 5 letters, 2 letters, 4 letters. Absolutely ridiculous, considering the apple and those words disappear after you pick up the capsule. I’ve never heard of a game expecting you to remember a clue you can’t access anymore. Just awful.

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Chapter 2:

This chapter is basically the opposite of the first. Instead of just a table to interact with, almost everything in the room is interactive. So make sure to open all drawers to see what’s inside!

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37 thoughts on “Riddlord The Consequence: Walkthrough Guide

  1. Rawson

    Completed it up to “to be continued”. Sometimes more luck than anything else. I enjoyed it though. The clues are pretty useless.

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    1. Lauren

      I found a green turtle in chapter 2. Can not figure out what I’m supposed to do with it. Also can’t get the drawer with all the animal stones on it open. Would love if you could point me in the right direction!!

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      1. Rawson

        I got the green turtle thing too but it didn’t come in use. If I remember right, you need a light bulb to light up an area down the left side of the drawers.

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    1. AppUnwrapper Post author

      That is the worst clue ever.

      1. They’re letters, not digits.
      2. The words disappear after you pick up the capsule. I’ve never seen a game expect you to remember a clue that’s already gone. Absolutely ridiculous. I don’t think these developers actually play-tested the game.

      But thanks for explaining it!

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      1. Adam Sultan

        I totally agree. It’s clunky, but visually pleasing and the puzzles can be challenging. They need to keep things available that are critical to the solution of the puzzle until the puzzle has been completed( horoscope painting…). I’m stuck figuring out the alphabet killer part right now. I guess this is a good distraction until Roots:Paradise and Room 4 come out at least.

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        1. Juju

          How did you complete the horoscope painting? Everything is lighted up but i’m stuck with the small cap i don’t know where to put?

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          1. Rawson

            Put the cap on one of the circles around the edge. It varies each time because I had “sun” & then “Jupiter” the next time opening the app.

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      2. Cutty

        The clue doesn’t disappear, the tag with “Apple of Eden” ends up resting on the candleholder after you melt the wax apple. It’s still an obscure clue, but they definitely don’t expect you to remember it without being able to see the card again.

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  2. Dan

    Has anyone finished the box with the red/blue lights in chapter 2? Is driving me nuts, i always remain with a red one that i cannot ligt up.

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    1. Lauren

      I did but I can’t remember the solution. I tried a couple times starting on the left side and then switched and started on the right side just to see if I could trick my brain into seeing the right answer. In theory it shouldn’t matter what side you start on, as far as I can tell but… Must have worked, because I got it right once I did that.

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  3. CPMan

    For the box, alternate red and blue from bottom left. You on only have to get to the red light in bottom right, not light them all

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  4. DL

    the i-ching stones: convert the rows to binary from bottom to top with “– –” = 0 and “—–” = 1, then insert them in order 0…7 from left to right, e.g. “top: — — / mid: —– / bottom: —–” -> 110 (from bottom to top) = 6.

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  5. DL

    stuck now though with the floating cube thing (“The Great Limit”), the (unlocked) book on the table. and the bear with the patch ripped off. absolutely no clue what to do next! have tapped on anything and everything…

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    1. DL

      OK, finally finished it. There’s very obscure hidden panel on the floor below the centre console, with absolutely no clue it’s there, only found it by chance. This reveals some more pieces and the way to proceed using the bear’s clue, although as always it’s another frustrating solution. Once complete, you get transported to the final zone with a progression of puzzles with coloured beams. Nothing too challenging, but equally nothing very satisfactory.

      it ends with a “TO BE CONTINUED”. Hmm.. will probably pass on that one.

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    1. DL

      The book opens with a cog-like piece that fits into the shape on the front. I think it was just lying around on the center console somewhere, possibly underneath.

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    1. DL

      I don’t remember anything specific in the book, although there may have been clues to some puzzle you end up solving seemingly by guess work! The clue hidden in the bear is needed after the sphere floats (and the cube appears)

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        1. DL

          have you found the 8 (solid) cube pieces? they’re in a very obscured compartment under the central console, if you zoom in as much as you can and spin around it you’ll see a TINY switch which unlocks some doors. These have the same line/broken line patterns as the stones. Using the picture inside the bear/doll you can insert these pieces into the floating cube corners. They drop from the top into their final places so a little planning is needed. the three ^ ^ ^ arrows on the table indicate “north”.

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          1. Jack

            I have the 8 pieces, it’s just that I have no idea how to correctly place them. On the doll there’s a symbol that’s sort of highlighted with half a yellow ring.

            I’ve tried using that piece at the top (last piece) and I’ve also tried placing that piece closest to the ^ ^ ^. Of course neither of them worked.

            I don’t know what “north” is supposed to highlight.

            I’ve also opened the book. The “phi” symbols seems to refer to the bunny, but the 1 and 6 doesn’t make sense to me.

            Thanks for your help DL

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            1. DL

              Did you see the pieces have the same type of line (or broken line) patten on them? Look at the diagram hidden in the bear/doll; it shows the positions the 8 pieces must end up — The diagram is not 100% clear, but you can make it the 8 corner are in a cube shape although the lines connecting them don’t quite seem to follow the edges of a cube(!) I don’t have a copy of the pattern I worked out any more, but the “highest” piece in the diagram needs to end up at the top of the floating cube with the ^ ^ ^ indicating the way you have to look at it. Identify the ‘lowest’ piece (the piece in the ‘bottom’ layer of the daigram that is ‘furthest’ away) and drop it in the top, continue for all the pieces.
              If you’re correct, you’ll move on! I had to try a couple of arrangements until I fully understood what was happening. I found it helpful to redraw the diagram with the positions and ‘drop order’ more clearly indicated. Good luck!

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