16. Give the Harvey Wallbanger to the man at the bar. Have him drink it, then bang his head against the glass until he bleeds. Take the glass and collect the blood in the glass.
17. Look at the recipe for the Bloody Mary on the wall. Go back to the bar. Place the extra glass on the bar. Pour two parts blood, one part vodka and one part Tabasco sauce to make a Bloody Mary.
18. Give the man the Bloody Mary and have him drink it. Take the glass back from him. He’ll take out a gun and shoot himself. Look inside his brain to find four white cubes. There’s a combination lock at the end of the right path and the woman from the postcard at the end of the left path.
19. Leave his head and go back to the stage. The next act is The Fish and the Parrot. First, put the flower in the pot. Arrange the pipes so the water leads to the pot and turn on the water. Then tap the flower and pick up the bird seeds.
20. Arrange the tubes so the left funnel leads to the parrot. Drop the bird seeds in the funnel and the parrot will lay a black egg. Take it.
21. Arrange the pipes so the right funnel leads to the frying pan. Drop the black egg into the funnel and it will crack in the pan. Take the worm.
22. Arrange the pipes so the right funnel leads to the fish and drop the worm in the funnel. The fish will eat it and start floating away. Tap it to end the act.
23. The next act is An Intermezzo by Mr. Crow. This will be a series of mini games. You need to tap on each light when he tells you. The left one is the first, the middle is two, and the right one is three. When he holds up one finger, tap the left one, top two fingers is the middle, and three fingers is the right one. Then he’ll tap his cane one, two, or three times. So do the same thing. And then finally, he’ll look at each lightbulb he wants you to tap. The act will end after all three. (I’ll post a video for this later.)
24. The next act is Remember the Seasons. Go back and look at the photo in the man’s pocket. Then, frame the woman, tree and moon on the stage to match the photo.
25. Some small frames will drop down now. Use a white cube on each of them and then drag them to the part on the stage to match them up with the image. There are only four white cubes.
26. Tap on each of the four frames that you matched to part of the stage. The moon one needs to wiped with your finger to see “+8.” The hand has a different symbol if you wipe it and changes between 5 fingers and 2 if you tap on it. The cherry blossom tree says “V” (5) in a heart if you swipe at the trunk. The frame has a down arrow and a 7 on it if you swipe. So let’s put that all together and go back into the guy’s brain and use it to unlock the safe. It goes 7285. Unlock the safe and take the black cube.
27. Go back to the stage and use the black cube with the fifth frame. It’s the woman’s face. Drag it to the right spot and then tap on it. Tap on her face and her throat will slit and she’ll fall to the stage, presumably dead.
28. The sixth and final act is called The Mill. Six colored blades appear. You need to organize them based on the six paintings on the wall by the and the drawing in the first screen. Also, the guy from the bar is sitting on the toilet now. If you interrupt him, he turns black and locks you out. After you arrange all the blades of the mill, talk to the bartender/Mr. Owl again and then an elevator will appear. Enter it and watch the ending.
Congratulations! You completed the game! Try the next game in the series, Rusty Lake Roots.
**Bonus: Make a Gin & Tonic and give it to Bob for a surprise!
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