Adventure Escape Mysteries – Stardust: Walkthrough Guide

Adventure Escape Mysteries – Stardust: A Puzzle Collection
By: Haiku Games

Haiku Games is back with a new Adventure Escape game, this time an exclusive one just for VIP players. We continue Revi’s adventures as she collects Stardust to fix the dream machine. Explore four areas of Arlo’s brain: Memory, Emotion, Movement and Hunger. This walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck on any of the puzzles in Stardust. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.

See all my other Adventure Escape guides here.


You can watch my video for the full game or continue below for my step-by-step guide:

1. Revi is out of Stardust for the dream machine! Talk to Sola at the help desk to see if she has any.

2. Look at the work order tracker to see that there are 40 puzzles to solve to get all the stardust you need. They’re split into four departments — Hunger, Movement, Emotion and Memory.

3. Go back. Let’s start with Hunger. Tap on the pink door to start.

4. For the first Hunger puzzle, we have to make soup. Drag all the vegetables from the conveyor belt to the two pots so they match the recipes.

5. Do the same thing for Hunger 2.

6. Here’s Hunger 3:

7. Here’s Hunger 4:

8. Hunger 5 is basically the same but with pizza instead of soup.

9. Hunger 6 is pizza again:

10. Hunger 7:

11. Hunger 8 is basically the same but with smoothies:

12: Hunger 9:

13: Hunger 10:

14. Go back through the pink door and then select the purple door for the Movement puzzles.

15. For the Movement puzzles, you need to jump from the starting trampoline to the star trampoline. Light blue trampolines launch Revi one space. Medium blue trampolines launch her two spaces. Dark blue trampolines go three spaces. Here’s the solution for Movement 1:

16. Movement 2:

17. Movement 3:

18. Movement 4 is a little trickier because there are walls you can’t jump over.

19. Movement 5:

20. Movement 6:

21. Movement 7:

22. Movement 8:

23. Movement 9:

24. Movement 10:

25. Go back through the purple door and then go through the light blue door for the Emotion puzzles.

26. For the Emotion puzzles, you need to place and rotate the tiles so that the four sides match the colors of the adjacent tiles. Drag the missing pieces to move them to the empty slots. Tap pieces to rotate them. Here’s the solution for Emotion 1:

27. Emotion 2:

28. Emotion 3:

29. Emotion 4:

30. Emotion 5:

31. Emotion 6:

32. Emotion 7:

33. Emotion 8:

34. Emotion 9:

35. Emotion 10:

36. Go back through the light blue door and then head through the light green door for the Memory puzzles.

37. For the Memory puzzles, you need to create groups of pictures. There should be one of each picture in a group. The pictures within a group must be connected. They can connect vertically or horizontally, but not diagonally. Basically, select four pictures to create a group. Here is Memory 1:

38. Memory 2:

39. Memory 3:

40. Memory 4:

41. Memory 5:

42. Memory 6:

43. Memory 7:

44. Memory 8:

45. Memory 9:

46. Memory 10:

47. Leave through the green door and then look at the front desk to see you’ve collected all the stardust. Go through the purple door to the dream machine.

48. Now we have one last set of puzzles, where we need to move all the sand in the hourglasses so that each hourglass contains only one color of sand. Here’s the solution to the first hourglass puzzle:

49. And here’s the second:

50. And here’s the third and final hourglass puzzle. Then watch the ending!

Congratulations! You completed the game!

This Post Has One Comment

  1. Chris

    I gave up playing the Adventure Escape games. The same repetitive annoying and at times very childish puzzles in every game, really grated on me to the point where I just didn’t enjoy the games any more.

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