By: VIA University College, Campus Horsens
This is a complete walkthrough guide for the iOS game Lost Tracks by VIA University College, Campus Horsens. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.
Controls: Tap and hold anywhere on the screen to make your character run straight ahead. You need to tilt your device in order to turn a bit. You can also swipe left or right to make a much bigger turn.
Railroad tracks: Find your way to all the mechanisms to turn on the lights, then pull the lever to get the train running. Follow the train track through the tunnel.
Listen to the sounds and try to follow them. It’s not always easy, but the sound should get louder as you get closer to it. If you hear a lot of wind over the sound, it’s likely you went the wrong way. Also, bigger trees and rocks in your path are usually a good sign. The first sound is a phone ringing and you need to find a big tree with hanging phones. Then it’s music from a gramophone. And last is a woman’s voice leading to a large staircase.
Run towards the exit. The floor moves. Head back to the microphone on the stage. Speak into it. You make have to whistle or make a steady loud noise for a few seconds so the eyes stay open. Then, on the final part, follow the white outlined paths to each candle. If you run outside the path, you’ll slow down, but sometimes that’s more preferable to trying to navigate using the tilt controls.
And that’s the end!
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