You wake up in a hospital with no memories... You are in Buenos Aires in year 2035 and the city is under the control of a military organization. Suddenly, you realize that your life is in danger and that you need to escape as fast as possible. What would you do faced with such a situation? Find out in Reversion - The Escape, the first chapter of a graphic science-fiction adventure in point’n’click.
|How to find Code to get the keys to wareouse||Post Reply|
|Jun 19 2012, 3:00am Anchor|
I have successfully tackled with the guard who stands on the room door ("General ward" I guess, in the starting). I have taped him and locked him up in the bathroom, but when I try to ask for the keys to the warehouse, from the guard carrying the gun in the lobby, I cant find the code for the keys that he asks for. Any one able to get through?
|Jun 21 2012, 10:20am Anchor|
@ cyperpks: On one of the bulletin boards on the wall there's a form. You have to find out which guard fits which name. So you can use the code of the guard u locked up in the bathroom. If you click on the key you see on the form and talk to the guards you find out the guard at the door is Cabo Ramirez. His name is crossed out. Then you click on the empty space on the form where the signature is missing. You give the form to the big guard on the right and he signs the form. So then you know the big guard is Cabo Sanchez. You ask the bad-tempered guard serveral times what's wrong with him. When he tells you he has a headache you ask the doctor. Then you find out which guard he is. Your code is Rojo
Edited by: cbottema
|Apr 26 2013, 4:24pm Anchor|
My problem is that I can't find way to look at guards log again when I have it in my inventory. Anybody?
EDIT:I finally got it! Long left click on log in inventory then magnifier!
Edited by: KRoman47
|Sep 30 2013, 3:17pm Anchor|
That part about asking the Lt. several times about what is wrong with him is definitely non-intuitive. I had to use a hint, and I do not know how would I come up with it on my own. Am I missing something?
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