Chapter 3 (III): Hidden Temple: In which Ida has an unexpected meeting.
You’re introduced to a new mechanism here. The pieces with the three dots on them can be slid back and forth or up and down. Ida can also stand on them when being moved, unlike the rotating pieces.
First, slide the bottom-most piece towards Ida. Climb up the ladder and onto that piece.
Then slide the piece with Ida on it to the other side:
Climb up the ladder and onto the sliding piece above, then slide it over to the other side.
Go through the doorway/tunnel to come out at the doorway above it:
Make sure the sliding piece at the top is slid down and move Ida onto it.
Slide the piece back up. Walk Ida over to the button to access the bridge and head towards the exit.
Talk to the old man and a tower will rise up behind him that you have to climb. Get to this first part and the bottom will fall away:
If you try to go around this way, the blocks crumble.
Stand on this spot and then slide the left-most dotted piece to make the piece you’re standing on rise up.
Walk off and climb up the ladders to this point:
Slide the right dotted piece up so the piece near you will slide down. Climb on top and make it slide back up.
Make the two pieces meet so you can climb onto the other one. Then make that rise up so you can reach the button and get to the top.
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