By: Juha Salo
Sixth Extinction is a narrative puzzle game with various types of puzzles. Nothing is really explained so you have to figure out the mechanics yourself. If you get stuck, this walkthrough guide should help you. Feel free ask for extra help in the comments section.
For this level, you need to push the rocks out of the way to make a clear path to the exit. You can follow the path I drew below.
This is a pretty easy one. Just follow the path to the red footprint. The grass will then disappear and you can up to the exit.
Again, you need to step on the red footprints to get rid of the grass, but also keep in mind that the blue tiles disappear after you step on them once.
For this level, you have to step on all the circles with white scratches in them and also the red circles. But you can’t step on the same circles a second time unless they’re solid white. It’s hard to show this in screenshots, so use my video if you’re stuck.
It’s the same story here. The hardest part is the last section. Again, use my video for it.
For this level, walk up the the dark area. Then just move exactly the way the path in the stars shows you.
It’s the same story here, but since the red circle is in the wrong place, reverse the path in the stars before following it.
Notice the blue 2 and red 3 in the tree. So tap the blue circle to change it to 2 and the red to 3. Then walk to the red circle and the grass will disappear.
Notice that there’s a red branch and a blue branch. There’s a pattern to the leaves on each branch leading up to them. They go 1, 1, 2, 3, 5. Each branch is the previous two numbers added up. So the next one would be 3 + 5 = 8 and the one after that would be 5 + 8 = 13. So red is 8 and blue is 13.
This is an easy one. Just watch and count how many of each color you see. It’s 1 red, 2 green, 3 blue.
This is a tricky one. You need to figure out the value of red, green and blue, but also need to figure out white first. The game tells you that one symbol is either plus or minus and the other is either multiply or divide. There’s a hint at the bottom that’s hard to see but says: 1 – (-1) = 2. It’s telling you that white can be a negative number.
If you work it all out, you get -3 for white and then these equations:
-3 x -3 = 9
-3 – (-3) – (-3) = 3
-3 – (-3) = 0
9 – 3 = green = 6
6 – red = 3 ; so red = 3
6 – (-3) = blue = 9
So Green = 6, Red = 3, Blue = 9
Here, you need to walk on the blue squares 7 times to get rid of the grass. But the blue squares will also disappear at that point.
It’s the same story here, just more complicated.
This is the last level and the hardest one.
And that’s everything!
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