Adventure Escape Mysteries – The Covenant Chapter 8: Walkthrough Guide

Adventure Escape Mysteries – The Covenant
By: Haiku Games

Haiku Games is back with another Adventure Escape game! This is about a group of students on a camping field trip before they graduate from Grant High school. They’re hoping to see a blood moon eclipse! Surely nothing will go wrong. This game is for mature audiences. This walkthrough guide will help you with hints, tips, tricks, answers and solutions for any puzzles you get stuck on in Chapter 8 of The Covenant. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.

See all my other Adventure Escape guides here.

Walkthrough:

Chapter 1 | Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 | Chapter 4 | Chapter 5 | Chapter 6 | Chapter 7 | Chapter 8

Chapter 8:

You can watch my video for Chapter 8 or continue below for my step-by-step guide.

1. You’re in a well! We can’t get the key yet. Pick up the lady’s handkerchief and look at the note. It says to climb only the stones that follow this sequence: 4, 1, 5, 6 and then it get cut off.

2. Let’s figure out which stones to press. Basically, just add up the previous two stones to get the next one. It goes: 4, 1, 5, 6, 11, 17, 28, 45, 73.

3. Turns out it’s a lighthouse, not a well. Pick up the barrel. Spill the purse over and take the lighter, makeup powder and cash. Take a look at the locket that’s missing its other half and notice there’s a locked jewelry box.

4. Place the cash in the fireplace and light it using the lighter. Now we can see! Pick up another barrel and then place both on top of the crate. Grab the rope.

5. Tie the rope around the crate and then climb back down.

6. Dust the spider’s area with the makeup powder so you can see the web. Then take the key.

7. Climb back up the rope. Use the key to unlock the locker and take the shovel, axe and metal polish.

8. Use the axe to break the wooden planks over the door. We still need a lock pick, so we’ll come back to that.

9. Head back down and use the shovel to dig a hole. You’ll find a box. Let’s solve the Triangle Box Puzzle. Use the hands as guidance. Pay attention to the number of fingers on each hand and the direction they’re pointing. Then just find those triangles and press all the ones like that. So for the first one, the hand is holding two fingers out and pointing up. So press the triangle that points up. The next is five fingers pointing up, so press the two triangles with five dots that are pointing up. And so on. Then take the locket half from inside.

10. Go back up and add the locket half to the other half. Use the metal polish and the handkerchief to polish it and reveal a clue.

11. Notice that each shape on the locket has a number of dots inside it. This tells you the order of them. Now, count how many you see of each in the photograph and note them down.

Eye – 4
Diamond – 3
Moon – 1
Star – 2
Hand – 5

12. Enter 43125 into the jewelry box to unlock it. Take the hairpins from inside.

13. Use the hairpins with the door lock to unlock it. You need to match the hairpins to the tumblers.

14. Go through the door. Now you meet The Hunger and have to choose whether or not to accept The Covenant. Either one you choose, you end up having to fight the monster in the Escape Monster Puzzle. But you get the GOOD ENDING if you ACCEPT The Covenant. You have to get to the sewer grate. Using the axe on the monster will split it in two. But if you try to attack its head, you’ll die. It’s really really really annoying.

And that’s the end of the game! Watch whichever ending you chose.

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nelis
4 months ago

I am stuck on the door puzzle with the tumblers, does somebody know how to help me?

Poni5
Reply to  nelis
4 months ago

If you look closely at the guide picture, you can see which pieces are connected

Danna
4 months ago

Does anyone knows if there are different endings?

Jack
Reply to  Danna
4 months ago

Based on what someone says on episode 2, yes.

Brianna Joyce
Reply to  Danna
4 months ago

There are, depending on who you vote off and whether or not you choose to accept the covenant.

Sam
Reply to  Danna
4 months ago

WARNING – STORY SPOILERS AHEAD

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I played this on iOS and Android simultaneously so I tried a lot of options during the story.

To be honest, it really doesn’t seem to matter who you choose to vote off each night and who you chose to take along. At best, it adds to a bit of the story. The most interesting being that Sam is a descendant of the Grant family – hence the reason she got the scholarship. At some point, (I think night 6) the game stops caring who you voted to save because I tried to save Seychelle (since she’s hot), but the game chose her to be the sacrifice anyway. Boo.

As for the endings, I chose both options – accepting and decline the Covenant.

Accepting it seems to be the better option IMO, since you get an option of asking The Hunger how you can kill it – the answer is fire, and after your clear the final puzzle, the game cuts to Sam setting the whole forest on fire and surrendering to the cops – she’s probably going to jail, but at least the monster is dead.

The other option, of declining the Covenant, results in the same final puzzle, but after escaping Sam approaches the cops and asks for help to fight against the hunger. The game ends on an uncertain note – if humanity is able to destroy The Hunger, or if the monster consumes the world.

Alice
Reply to  Danna
4 months ago

The two left survivors in my case were Mark and Seychelles (even though I wanted to sacrifice them previously, the vote did not choose them). I tried several time and interestingly, the persoon who is revealed to be the “mean guy” can be either Seychelles or Mark (mark want to continue the tradition of the family and to have the power of vision of the future, and Seychelles want to accomplish what the grand-mother asked her).

Quite interesting these alternate endings ! I think that depending on the persoon you choose to be with you in the woods, you can learn different things.

Mia
Reply to  AppUnwrapper
4 months ago

I ended up with Kelly and Mark at the end, and Kelly killed Mark because she was Prudence’s narcotics dealer and while Prudence was high, she confessed what the covenant was so Kelly knew Mark was sabotaging everything the whole time because of the covenant. Weird.

Alice
Reply to  Mia
4 months ago

Nice ! I love alternate endings ! 😀

Hayden
Reply to  Mia
4 months ago

I ended up with Mark and Joanne, and Joanne killed Mark because she was Prudence’s nurse and Prudence wanted her to win.

Cece
Reply to  Hayden
3 months ago

I ended up with Joanne and Mark once, but Mark killed Joanne to win. In previous tries, I switched partners for different chapters and all my partners betrayed me at the end. However in this play through, I choose Joanne for every chapter, so I think it does matter who you choose and being “loyal” to a partner means they are loyal to you.

Imapalmtree
Reply to  AppUnwrapper
3 months ago

When you finish the game, you can play it all over again for free

Alice
Reply to  AppUnwrapper
4 months ago

I restart the game to play a second time. I do not need any keys for playing. I can play the different chapters without waiting.

Jim
Reply to  AppUnwrapper
4 months ago

It does on android just not ios

Sara
Reply to  AppUnwrapper
3 months ago

It does, I am on iOS and replaying it didn’t cost extra keys.

Hannah
Reply to  AppUnwrapper
2 months ago

Um, it’s always let me replay without using keys again.. I’m on an Android device. I replayed all the trap maker games again.

Chloe
Reply to  Alice
4 months ago

I had Mark and Joanne as my last 2 survivors and Joanne as the culprit since she wanted to cure cancer and was prudence nurse, and was told the story to fulfil her wish to cure cancer. I think the culprit also depends on who you pick as your companion also. Mark is probably the default and will not be voted off by the game. Chilling game of survivor

Alice
Reply to  Chloe
4 months ago

I think you are right about the “mean guy”. Maybe it is decided according your first choice ?

In my first session, I chose Seychelles as my first partner. But I could not vote for her in the next steps.
In my second session (yeah I restarted the game), I chose Kelly as my first partner. But I was not able to vote Mark (I think he will stay until the end whatever happened) and Seychelles was sacrificed at first…

Cece
Reply to  Chloe
3 months ago

Mark can’t be voted out. He’s always at the end. Sometimes dead, sometimes he killed the other person.

MattB
Reply to  Alice
2 months ago

I tried a few runs; I think the villain turns out to be whoever you didn’t once vote for. Whoever you wanted to keep becomes the final sacrifice.

Poor Sam always gets betrayed by whoever she trusts the most

Esme
Reply to  MattB
1 month ago

Wrong. When I played it first, I voted for Mark every day, and he was the villain.

Kay
Reply to  Alice
1 month ago

I tried to choose different people as companions every day, so I didn’t really learn anything in-depth, I suppose. I did suspect Sam would turn out to be a long-lost descendant or sth. And to start with, I thought the twist would be that Mr Sparks is actually Trapmaker and there wasn’t any monster at all. 😀

I ended up with Turner and Mark, Turner killed Mark, because he liked Sam and said Mark had deliberately made the chains slippery, so that Sam would drop them. He also said Prudence was a fan of his comedy channel, and told him all about The Covenant and The Hunger.

Hopefully more people will comment and we learn all the different ending combinations.

Fredrika
Reply to  Danna
3 months ago

I ended with Nicky and Mark. Nicky kills Mark because the Grant family stole the land from his family. He wants to continue the covenant and see the future. He tries to give dead Mark to the Hunger. It gets mad that he tried to feed it dead meat so it takes him instead.

Ulrika Backman
4 months ago

Please correct the solution of the triangel puzzle. Nr 1, the first two fingers are pointing UPWARDS.

Mish
Reply to  AppUnwrapper
4 months ago

So confused by this puzzle. I see ever number repeated but 1. Is there somewhere I can see what order to press them? I have tried up/down based on hand direction.

Sandeep
Reply to  Mish
4 months ago

You have to pay attention to the fingers and their directions. The first hand shows 2 fingures pointing upwards, so you have to press all the triangle that has 2 dots and pointing upwards. Second hand shows 5 fingures and pointing upwards, so you have to press all the triangles that has 5 dots and pointing upwards. Third hand shows 1 finger and pointing downwards, so you have to press all the triangles that has 1 dot and pointing downwards. Similarly you have to do the same for the rest of the hands shown.

Rachelle
Reply to  Mish
1 month ago

Depending on the direction that the arrows are pointing, press as many of them that are there for each of the numbers represented by the hands which match on either side. If there is a han representing #5 and it is pointing up, then look for all the upward pointing arrows with 5 dots on them. Go down each of the hands, repeating this idea until you have done this for each of the hands.

Hope it helps 🙂

Richard Smith
Reply to  Mish
30 days ago

I’m having the same problem. I’ve followed the pattern every time and nothing.

Meg
4 months ago

This was the most annoying final puzzle I’ve played on an adventure escape game. Usually they at least program it to be the same every time so you can follow the walkthrough, but this was obnoxious and impossible. I went back and replayed it, and the somewhat good news is that if you use stars and skip it, it doesn’t take stars the next time you play.

Bspoff
4 months ago

***Spoilers*** I ended with Mark and Turner. Turner sacrificed Mark because he said he had no ambition (lame). I didn’t really find out any secrets, probably because I went with Turner a few times, and he just cracked jokes. Anyway, when The Hunger tells him there’s still one person alive he cracks one more joke “I’m probably gonna die now, The Hunger seems like a stickler when it comes to the rules.” Run, run, run, Sam burns down the forest, the cops show up and she asks to go to a mental hospital, well “somewhere quiet with white padded walls where I can rest.”
I don’t think Mark can be voted off, I tried. He’s either the the one who set it up or the final sacrifice.
I would be interesting to see how many different branches there are possibly in the story tree. Want to know what Nicky’s reason would be.
Good game, but let’s be honest, it’s no Trapmaker.

Mirana
Reply to  Bspoff
4 months ago

**Spoiler too** Funny, because I ended up with those two us my last ones and the “bad guy”, turned out to be Mark. First time went with Joanne, because she seemed the smartest and more useful because of her medical skills and sacrificed Kelly, because she didn’t seem to have any secrets or usefulness. Second, I went with Seychelles, because she seemed kindhearted enough and wanted to know about the portrait. I sacrificed Nicky, because I had my explanation and I assumed that he had her portrait because he fancied her. Third, I went with Turner because he knew of radio. I voted, for Mark, because I thought that Seychelles and Turner where more sentimental, thus less likely to vote me since I had been with both of them and Turner had probably a crush on me, by what Kelly implied. Joanne despite being pragmatic and with the first mistake of mine she would vote me, I knew we would definitely need a medic, so it was good having her around. Mark’s also advantage (knowing the area), seemed pretty useless, since the place was constantly changing, and before that he didn’t seem to have any insight to the things going on around his family. Game decided otherwise and sacrificed Joanne. Fourth I went with Mark, because it seemed fishy to me that game didn’t sacrifice him, and I wanted to interrogate him further. Then I voted again for him and of course hiker died. Fifth I picked Turner, because I lacked the muscle and if Mark somehow turned on attacking me, Turner would be a better protection than Seychelles. I wanted to vote for Mark again, but since I knew that game, wouldn’t take it in account and I didn’t want to chose one randomly, I went for Seychelles, because as I said, I was missing muscle, not the brain, plus, I knew that Turner was with me, because of the crush thing. Also Seychelles was the most reliable person to do the right thing and despite being scared, I thought she could pull of the chain trick. Sixth I went with Turner, since I wasn’t trusting Mark. I voted for Turner since Mark couldn’t be voted and I might turn up voted instead. Game decided to sacrifice me. In the end, Mark had killed Turner to offer him as a sacrifice to strengthen his power and revealed to have sabotaged the chains. The beast revealed that he wasn’t the last Grant and someone else was alive (Sam). Sam made a critic to him for not following the whole willing sacrifice stuff to him, thus not doing properly the ritual and hunger took him because of the dead meat offering. And that was it.

Elizabeth
Reply to  Bspoff
3 months ago

Nicky a tué Mark parce qu’il a mis sa famille depuis 300 ans (ce qu’il lui reprochait depuis le debut).

Sana
4 months ago

I had nicky as the bad guy and he did it for revenge because the Grants did something to his family years ago.

Popeye
4 months ago

Really enjoyed Covenant! Completely different from all other Haiku games. I never replay a game, but I quickly figured I would on this one because of so many options in choosing different people. I love Haiku games, played every one of them, and usually pay for keys in order to help a good company. But this was the WORST final puzzle, ever, in trying to get to the grate against that snake monster. C’mon, Haiku, you can do better for a finale! Anyway, great entertainment. Thank you!

Tessa
4 months ago

I got Nicky and Mark as my last 2. I really wanted Mark to be last since this is his family legacy. And Nicky because conversations with him are interesting. My ending with the 2 is that Nicky killed Mark for the Hunger. But the hunger was like, i need them alive you idiot. And you’re not the last one. Then Nicky revealed that he wanted to see the future so his family will finally be on top instead of the Grant’s. Because it turns out there was a rivalry between the 2 families for a long looooong time. And he trained for this moment. But then the hunger took him instead because he killed mark, which was not part of the rules apparently. Ending, I chose to accept the covenant and finally kill the hunger. ☺️ Very well done story.

Celly
Reply to  AppUnwrapper
3 months ago

What was Turner’s connection to the Grants? Joanne was the nurse, Sam and Mark were the grandchildren, Kelly was the drug dealer, Nicky had family land stolen by the Grants… how did Turner fit in?

Persy
Reply to  Celly
1 day ago

As many other has commented: Prudence went to Turner’s comedy performances and told him all about the Covenant and he wanted to have that question of power.

Celly
Reply to  Tessa
3 months ago

That’s so interesting, I got Nicky and Mark as the last two too (I kept them for very similar reasons as you) but in my game end, it was Mark who killed Nicky (to fulfill the family legacy) and it was Mark who got yelled at by the Hunger and sacrificed instead! I’d love to see all the possible ways this game goes. I wonder which choices we made differently that made the game switch places like that?

Aura
Reply to  Celly
2 months ago

I had Mark and Turner last and It was the same, Mark killed Turner for the hunger but he got yelled because he needed them Alive(?) Now I wanna try choosing different people this time!

Iris
4 months ago

My ending with Joanne( !! spoilers !! ):
I picked Joanne as partner every day, yeah she’s kinda annoying in the conversations before voting, but I thought someone smart would be good as a partner. She told me that I(Sam) got the scholarship because I’m actually a Grant, the skeleton soldier in chapter 2 is my grandfather – he attend a war across the sea and impregnated my grandmother, who is a local, years later I got adopted to America and the Grants found me. Joanne also said that the Grants might killed my parents(I forgot she said my real parents or foster ones) . The ending is that Joanne killed Mark ( thought he might know something of the Grant family and voted for others, although by other comments he wouldn’t died no matter what haha)and confessed that she has been trying to sabotage my actions. She know the Hunger from Prudence, and wanted the vision to find some cheap and effective treatment to cancer. The Hunger said he did not eat dead flesh and take her as the last sacrifice.
Which made me a little sad is that in the last day before we arrived the lake, Joanne said it’s amazing that I take her with me everyday(forgot the original sentence but it was something like that), and since we are both going to Grant University , she wants us to continue being friends and hopefully be roommates, we’ve been through so much together after all. So I believed that in the end, Sam and Joanne can actually survive together, and you all know the rest. Damn the Hunger.
The game is really awesome!

Phyllis-Bishop
4 months ago

That was a fun game.

Dave
4 months ago

Boooo! I chose to accept the covenant so I could see the future and get rich. Not so I could learn how to kill the Hunger.

Sari
3 months ago

I guess Prudence tricked all her sisters so she can survived (her sisters leaved book in radio tower, skull in cabin near the lake, and locket at final chapter).
I wonder how about the brothers (except Miracle) since it looks like Prudence is the final survivor of Grants sibling

Sarah
3 months ago

Hi I love the haiku games played every one but does anyone know if there are any other games out there that are similar that are free to download tried many escape type games but no one so far has measured up what would you recommend thanks

JMB
Reply to  Sarah
2 months ago

Ik vind Town Mystery van Tiny Room Stories ook erg leuk om te spelen

Jeremy
Reply to  Sarah
2 months ago

Try Cube Escape. Look up a guide on which ones to play in which order because there are several but they make up a larger story. Theyre very good and creepy, too.

Karrodin
3 months ago

Turner and Mark for me. Since I wanted to know all their stories, whoever I partnered with I sacrificed. Seychelles, Nicky, Joanne, Kelly.

In the end, Turner kills Mark. Prudence went to Turner’s comedy performances and told him all about the Covenant and he wanted to have that question of power.

Aura
Reply to  Karrodin
2 months ago

Mine was Mark and Turner too, but Mark killed Turner to continue his family legacy.

Imapalmtree
3 months ago

You could have use the axe to hit near the head because it is longer and the Monster will take a longer time to reach you

Michelle Sicheri-Peel
3 months ago

I’ve loved doing these. Got me through lockdown….. now looking for a good alternative to move onto . Any recommendations ? I’ve looked at a couple and they don’t look so detailed, or less of a story, as such

Jeremy
Reply to  Michelle Sicheri-Peel
2 months ago

As I mentioned above – Look up Rusty Lake’s Cube Escape games. Search for a guide that tells you which puzzles to play in which order because they made a bunch that add up to a bigger story. It’s really good and creepy.

Santyd07
2 months ago

<3 <3 Seychelles <3 <3

Evie Smith
2 months ago

Does anyone know how many endings there are?

kym
2 months ago

Anyone else completely lost on the box at the bottom of the pit. The picture is so confusing and the description didn’t help me either

Rae
1 month ago

I plan to play through a few times, choosing different people. I’ll let ya’ll know how each ends if y’all want

Rae
1 month ago

First play through I had mark and Joanna, and Mark killed Joanna. My second play through Mark and Kelly and Mark kills Kelly. For my first play through I pick Joanna Nicky Seychelles and then Joanna for the rest. This second play through I picked Kelly every time.

Rae
1 month ago

I picked Nicky every time this play through, Nicky killed Mark. for the inquiring minds I’m gonna choose Mark all the way next play through

Rae
Reply to  Rae
1 month ago

Also since Mark can’t be voted off I’m gonna choose him and leave it up to the game to choose who gets voted

Rae
Reply to  Rae
1 month ago

Well I forgot about the two instances in which I can’t choose Mark as a partner, anywho, Mark and Turner at the end, Turner killed Mark, saying that mark thought he was a clown, a funny guy with no ambition.

Rachel Raynolds
1 month ago

In the puzzle, someone( kate,conroy, nimue, burns) said that stick with Joanne, and be careful with a traitor, so you should pick Joanne for every chapter, but vote for her in the end.