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=Complete walkthrough=

By MysterMask

- Review of the Game
- Game Controlls
- Tips and Hints
- Characters profile
- Walkthrough
- Credits


More than 6 years after Broken Sword 1 and 2, George Stobbart and Nico Collard
are back in a new 3D adventure: Broken Sword - The Sleeping Dragon. It was a
risky bet for Revolution Software as the Lucas Art and Westwood fans, mainly
fed with 2D adventures, were more than skeptic about this "3D re-look" of one
of their favourite series. However, as the developers decided to concentrate
more on the gameplay and less on simply creating a "pretty 3D environment", the
result is certainly way above what we saw in PC to PS2 games such as Monkey
Island, Atlantis 3, or even Siberia.
The action system has been "modernized", as one does not need to click all over
the screen to find something to interact with. An action icon appears only on
specific spots, and the type of icon that is available already suggests the
required move. Of course, some may argue that this was precisely the interest
in a "click and point" adventure game, but the system proves quite useful in
many instances in the game where rapid action and decision are required.
All the standard movements are mapped to the four action buttons, but jumping,
climbing and using items are done using the action menu. So, there are some
action style components to the game without the action style control, which at
times can become quite annoying.
Another side effect seems to be that the puzzles became repetitive and much too
simple. Most of them have to do with using and manipulating objects to gain
access, like rock climbing, rail hanging, ledge crawling, crate pushing, etc.
However, as the controls are very tight and specific, your main brain activity
involves choosing between the "climb up" or "climb down" action icon, "push
crate right" or "pull crate left" action, and "run" or "get shot like a sitting
duck" event. The amazing number of times George finds himself needing to
rearrange boxes in order to progress or to sneak behind objects to escape
robotic guards who shoot without warning, demonstrates some serious lack of
imagination. However, despite the programmers' tentative to introduce more...
action in BS3, at no time does the game feel like an action/adventure or even a
platformer. The few arcade sequences (which really shouldn't be there, as they
will probably just upset gamers who aren't interested in flexing their
reflexes, and bore real action gamers) automatically suffer a significant drop
in the difficulty level after a few unsuccessful attempts, to a point where
failing is impossible.
On the technical side, the game somehow loses its 2D charm to a 3D environment,
which fulfills its purpose correctly, but without any glamour. The textures are
quite simple, the characters' design rather average, and though the graphic
engine includes a facial in-game motion program, the animation as a whole
appears rather mediocre, in a most traditional "Microsoft" style.
All these flaws, together with some gross graphical bugs, a few impossible
viewing angles, and an incredibly long and frequent loading time (every time
the character enters or exits an area, and sometimes even between cut scenes
segments) seriously damage the technical performance of the game.
However, the backgrounds are beautiful, lovingly crafted, and plenty of funny
details. Events are viewed via an extremely effective camera, and the cut
scenes have a very high quality graphics and special effects.
Compared with the previous two Broken Sword(s), the game also suffers with a
great space limitation. The next location is strictly determined in the game,
and the player has no choice to go back in the game to recuperate a missing
object or re-listen to a funny dialogue. Maybe the programmers learned from the
impossible glitches found in BS Advance and stopped the player from skipping
actions or wondering among locations. This of course eliminates errors, but
also damages the complexity of the game.
However, what considerably make the game attractive are the story line and the
sound system. The music created by Ben McCullough is superb: dramatic, moody
and atmospheric. The dialogues are well structured, with not too lengthy
explanations, and numerous hilarious references to the previous two BS
episodes. George displays the full pallet of typical American sarcasm and
punning, nicely complemented by the so typical British, Irish, Australian, and
French characters.
The storytelling is easily on par with the first two games. It's interesting,
funny, scary and intriguing, but also full of entertaining characters. What
dominates is the dramatic story of the Templar Knights resurrected by a bunch
of psychopathic characters whose only dream is to take over the world, and gain
unlimited power and eternal life. Will they succeed this time?
The Beginning
As a patent lawyer, George Stobbart travels to Congo to meet a "mad scientist"
bearing an impossible name (Cholmondley) who wants to licence a revolutionary
machine of his own creation. The matter seems urgent, so George hires a weird
Australian lad, named Harry, also an occasional pilot, and who accepts to fly
him to the scientist's location. Despite the poor condition of the plane, the
flight seems reasonably safe, and George enjoys the amazing view of the jungle.
But things are never so peaceful in Broken Sword games, and as an unexpected
storm causes the loss of both engines, the plane happily crashes in the jungle.
Meanwhile, in Paris, the young and tenacious journalist Nicole Collard (aka
Nico), visits the flat of a genius computer specialist who goes by the name of
Vernon Blier, and who fears not only the dramatic and utter destruction of the
World, but also for his own life...

The characters:

George Stobbart: The HERO! (aw). Young American lawyer. What is he doing in
Congo, instead of peacefully making money with his rotten clients?

Nicole Collard: The hero's ex-girl friend and adventure partner. She seems
addicted to complicated and dangerous adventures, instead of doing her job. At
least that is what her boss thinks.

André Lobineau: Future ex-boy friend of the hero's ex-girl friend (aka Nico).
He gives lots of good advices that no one takes seriously. And for a good
reason: he's jealous of George.

Bruno: Secret character, ex-neotemplar, but maybe a future friend. Who knows if
George doesn't know him already?

Mr Susarro: The bad meanie of the story. His dream? To take over the world, and
gain eternal life, of course!

Petra: Attractive young female killer, Susarro's right hand, looking strangely
alike Nico. Except for the hair, but...

Flap: Wait! There was a Flap guy in BS one! Well, this one is the same: fat and
"smart". Poor henchman.

Harry: Happy Australian guy, loving beer, and occasionally piloting various
engines, including an old plane he won at a card game.

Vernon Blier: Computer genius, hired by obscure powers to decode an ancient

Beatrice: Vernon's girl friend, and (probably) someone else's future girl
friend. Weird how things happen in life. In video games characters' life, that

Professor Cholmondely: "Mad scientist", in Harry's opinion. Creator of an
amazingly... useful (?) machine that he wants to licence. He is mainly
concerned with how people pronounce his name...

Colonel Butley: A colorful British character met in Glastonbury, England.

Melissa Butley: Colonel's naughty and smart daughter. She reminds George of....
Wait! She actually is the niece of.... But see it for yourself.

Tristram Hillage: A hippie shop owner, "original" poet, and occasional in love
with... Or is he?

Eamon O'Mara: An Irish BBC drunk... err...reporter, who seems to care a lot
about the authenticity of English poetry of the 14th century.

Madame Zazie: Fortune teller. Very sensitive and helpful, but only when George
crosses her palm with silver. Or at least with plated silver.

The Grand Master: Do you remember him? Yup. But this time he's much less BAD.

The Inspector: He's french, and he seems reasonable enough to let Nico go
(eventually). See that sparkle of intelligence in his eyes? No? Me neither...

The Neighbour: This 'pretty' woman has seen the murderer! It's NICO!!! Dun dun
dun! Or is it...?

The Chef: This poor grumpy fellow is toiling away in the kitchens of Sussaro's
castle. Wouldn't want to be on the wrong end of his rather sharp looking

The Guards: All through you game you have to avoid getting caught and instantly
shot down by them. They come in several varieties. The "walks around but
somehow always seems to be looking your way" type, or the "looks straight at
you yet manages not to see you". Both can come with the added ferocious looking

FLobbard: An old driller working on the streets of Monfaucon after the

The Old Grand Master: And you thought dropping a church on him was going to
stop him... Your average power mad psycho trying to take over the world.

Old Grand Master As Dragon: Will bave Sir George manage to vanquish the evil
dragon that seeks to destroy our fair world?
Well... we're kinda hoping so.

Game Controls and Menus:

A. Main Menu:

1) New Game: Select this option if you want to enter a new game
2) Load Game: Select this option if you want to load a previously saved game
3) Option Menu: Change the Sound, Screen, Subtitles settings
4) Extra Gallery: Check Background Material or Concept Art Gallery.

B. Pause Menu:

Whilst playing the game, press at any time the START button to pause the game
and access an option menu including: Return to Game, Save game, Options Menu,
and Quit Game.
Controls In Game:
1) Left analogue stick: control character movement, scroll through inventory,
and scroll through conversation topics
2) Right analogue stick: circle between multiple highlighted spots (also can be
done using L1 and L2 buttons)
3) X button: primary action as indicated by the right lower action map. In the
walkthrough it will be called either "X button" or "low action button"
4) Circle button: special action as indicated by the right lower action map.
Usually bears an eye icon, and it's used to examine objects. In the walkthrough
it will be named "circle button", or "right action button"
5) Triangle button: special action as indicated by the right lower action map.
In the walkthrough it will be named "triangle button" or "upper action button"
6) Square button: special action as indicated by the right lower action map. In
the walkthrough it will be named "square button" or "left action button"
7) R1 button: makes character run. When running, the character will maintain
his direction, no matter the camera angle. The character will keep on running
and if necessarily, the direction can be easily changed by a short push on the
left analogue stick. Useful to keep this in mind when trying to effectively
escape an enemy in the game without bumping in the walls or running in the
wrong direction.
8) R2 button: Crouch (when character does not walk or run), or Creep, when
character is moving. When creeping, the analogue stick has to be maintained
pressed in the desired moving direction if the character is to continue moving,
at the opposite of the run button which makes the character run independently
of the analogue stick.
9) SELECT button: Display or Hide Inventory
10) START button: Pause game/Enter Pause Menu

Controls In Menus:

1) Left analogue stick: navigate menu options

2) X button: select an option

3) Triangle button: go back to the previous menu screen
Characters movements and interactions:

· Use the analogue stick to move the character. As an object or person with
which the character can interact gets near, a highlight appears over that
object, and an icon appears in the bottom right of the screen, matching the
four "action buttons" (X, circle, square, and triangle). A specific action can
be selected by pressing the appropriate button.
· When there are multiple objects/person with which the character can interact,
respective highlights will appear for each of them. You can circle between them
using L1 and L2 buttons.
· The character can pick up and carry objects. The inventory can be displayed
using the SELECT button. When displayed, you can scroll through the objects
using the left analogue stick or the four directional buttons on the left of
the controller. You can use an inventory item on a highlighted object in the
environment if the "cogs" icon appears at the X button.
· Some inventory objects can be used on each other. To do this, highlight the
first object by pressing the X button in the inventory. The object will be set
aside, and the rest of the objects can be scrolled using the L1 or L2 buttons.
If the highlighted object can be combined with another one in the Inventory, a
"combine" icon will appear on the square (left action) button. Combine the two
objects by pressing the square button. If the "combine" icon does not appear,
it means that the two objects cannot be combined together. By pressing again
the X button, the selected object will be placed back in the inventory list. By
highlighting an object in the inventory, you can re-order the list of objects,
to better suit the game play (as when you need to quickly use one object after
the other)
Talking with someone:
· When the character approaches someone, you can talk with that person if a
"talk" icon appears on the X button. When pressing the "talk" button, a topic
menu will appear on the lower left side of the screen. You can scroll through
the topics using the left analogue stick or the left directional buttons.
Moving/picking up objects:
· An object (generally crates, but there are a few others in the game) can be
pushed or pulled. When the character gets close to such objects, a "fist" icon
will appear above the X button. To push/pull that object, keep pressed the X
button and move the left analogue stick in the desired direction. The character
needs at least two free spaces behind him to be able to pull and object. When
you cannot pull the object any further, try climbing over it, get to the other
side, and push it instead. There are LOTS of puzzles in the game that require
pushing/pulling crates and other objects (generally to gain access to high
· When starting pushing a pile of two objects, George will first touch the
lower one, but if you don't move the analogue stick, and keep the "fist" button
pressed, then after a second or so, he will move his hands to the upper object
and push that one instead.
· When the character can pick up and object on the ground, a "pick up hand"
icon will appear on the X button. When pressing the X button, the character
will pick up the spotted object. Sometimes, the icon will still be there after
you picked the object up. Keep pressing the X button, as in some locations
there is more than one object, one or two others being hidden.
Climbing, dropping and shimmying:
· When the character encounters a wall or ledge, he can jump up and grab it if
a "climb" icon appears over the triangle button (upper action button). Climb by
pressing it. The character can then drop from the wall/ledge, if a "drop down"
icon appears over the square (left action) button.
· While hanging from a wall or ledge, the character can shimmy along it by
using the left analogue stick. When the location is safe to drop down, a "drop
down" icon will appear on the left action button.
· The character can move around narrow ledges by hugging the wall. When this is
possible, a "hug the wall" icon will appear on the X button. Press it to make
your character hug the wall, and then use the left analogue stick to make it
move along the ledge. When the character reaches a safe place, you will need to
press again the "hug the wall" button in order for the character to stop this
· The character can sometimes jump across gaps. When this action is possible, a
"jump across" icon will appear on the X button. No further explanation is
required (I hope).
· The character can also mount a railing to get to apparently unreachable
locations. When this action is possible, a "mount (or dismount) railing" icon
will appear on the X button. Just press it to make the character perform this.
· In a few places, the character will need to climb up and down a ladder. When
this action is possible, a "step on the ladder" icon will appear on the X
button. Press it to make the character step on the ladder, then use the left
analogue stick up or down to make him climb up or down the ladder.

Other actions:

(For each of the following, a specific action icon will appear over one of the
action buttons - named in brackets)

· Drop an object = "cube and arrow" icon (over the X button)
· Open a door = "open door" icon (over the X button)
· Listen to a door = "ear" icon (over the left action button - square)
· Look through a window = "eye and window" icon (over the left action button -

TIPS and HINTS (and mostly good advices)

· The character needs to be close enough to the wall for the "climb" icon to
appear. When in a spot that seems to be a dead end, try staying as close to
walls as possible, and move slowly along them. Most of the time a "climb" icon
or a "hug the wall" one will appear, allowing the character to progress.
· In many occasions you'll have to perform an action at the end of the cut
scene. Don't wait till the cut scene ends. It will be TOO LATE! Keep clicking
the expected button before the cut scene ends.
· Save as often as possible: WARNING!!! The loading sequences are way too
frequent, and some times the game freezes!!! Save on several files, since on
two occasions I found corrupted saved files, and had to restart the game from
the beginning.
· Try and talk about all topics whenever possible and with as many people as
you meet. Sometimes after finding a new object or performing some action, a new
set of topics will be available in the topic menus. Therefore when you are
stuck in the game look around to see if you didnt miss an object and then go
and talk again with the available characters.
· Mail your questions to: [email protected] (Nope it is NOT a censor
bypass. Just my e-mail address.)

Broken Sword- The sleeping Dragon
Complete Walkthrough

At the start of the game, watch the cut scenes.


Click the action button (X) and George will unfasten his seatbelt. Pick up the
beer bottle lying on the floor. Go to the right of the plane. On the left side
of the crate there is a buckle and strap, attaching the crate to an iron bar.
Click the action button and George will untie the buckle and strap. Place
yourself in front of the crate until the "fist" action button appears. Keep
pressed the X button and use the left analogue stick to pull the crate towards
the middle of the plane. Go on the other side of the crate, with your back to
the cockpit, and push the crate all the way to the rear of the plane.
Enter the cockpit, and pick up the fire extinguisher by the control panel.
Shift the action focus point to the window screen. Click the action button and
George will smash it with the fire extinguisher. Click the action button once
more (as the "cogs" icon appears over the X button) and George will attempt to
exit the plane, but will realize that he needs more weight at the back of the
Examine Harry using the magnifier glass and George will get a bottle opener.
Bring up the inventory and use the left action button (Square). Scroll the
items in the inventory until the bottle opener is combined with the bottle of
beer. A 'combine item' button will appear on the left action button. Click and
George will open the bottle of beer. Try and speak with Harry. Open the
inventory and use the opened beer bottle on Harry. Speak with Harry again, all
topics. Face the broken front windscreen and click the lower action button.
Watch the cut scene. (and... how did they do that?)
Jump to where Harry is, and climb the ledge. Walk towards the right of the
ledge and stand on the cracked surface. George will fall down several levels.
Climb the ledge in front of you. Walk to the wall and when the 'hug the wall'
icon appears, press it to make George sidestep along the ledge. Drop down one
level, and instead of jumping towards the waterfall, go down two more levels.
Now jump across the gap, and then climb on the ledge on the other side of the
waterfall. Go down so that George hangs above what appears to be a pitfall.
Don't let go. Use the directional buttons and he will make his way along the
ledge shimmying. Now it is safe to drop down.
Walk to the right, hug the wall again, and sidestep along the ledge. Jump
across the gap, and climb up two levels. Face the platform covered in plants,
and advance slowly until the "climb" icon appears over the upper action button.
Climb onto the following platforms, and then continue making your way to yet
another ledge. Climb up two more levels and watch the cut scene.


Cut scene.

Walk left towards the notice board and pick up the pencil. You can try the door
of the flat, as well the neighbour's door, but they are both locked. Open the
balcony door, and go outside. There is a flat-topped stone column there. Pull
it and push it to the opposite edge of the balcony. Climb it and face the
drainpipe. Hang onto this drainpipe and shimmy across to the next balcony. Look
through the balcony doors, and try to open them, but they are locked. Step over
the balcony railing, and side step along to the third balcony and window door.
Look through it. Use the right action button and Nico will notice that there is
a gap between the two door shutters. Open the inventory and select Nico's press
card. Use it on the door. She will use her press card to lift the latch, and
steps inside the flat.
You can walk around, and observe the various objects, but there will be nothing
useful to pick up. Go through the available door into the living room. Walk
around and examine various objects, including the corpse. As you face the
bookshelves, the door on the right is the door out of the flat, which is
locked. On the other side of the wall, there are two doors. The one you came
through, and on its right, one leading to the bathroom. You can enter the
bathroom but there is nothing of interest there. On the floor just in front of
the bookshelves you will find a shell casing from the bullet that killed
Vernon. Pick it up. Search the body, and pick up Vernon's card. Examine the
desk with the computer, which turns out to be badly damaged, and the binders,
but there is nothing you can use there.


Watch the cut scene, keeping your finger on the X action button. (You can press
it repeatedly all through the cut scene). This will allow Nico to use the
frying pan to hit her attacker, and deflect a bullet. Do not stop pressing the
X button, as Nico will then swing open the fridge door to try to knock out her
attacker. The impostor will now run away. Go back into the kitchen, and listen
to the messages on the answer machine. The last message will tell you that
Vernon has a girlfriend named Beatrice who is waiting for him in the park after
his meeting with Nico. Walk to the trashcan at the side of the kitchen, and
pick up a bank statement.
When you walk over the rug, you'll notice one of the floorboard creaks. Press
the lower action button, and Nico will push back the rug. Press it again and
she will remove a loose floorboard, to reveal a safe. However you cannot find
the combination of the safe yet.
Exit the kitchen through the backdoor, and go out on the outer staircase. Climb
down to the street. You can search the trashcans if you feel like it, but Nico
will find nothing in them. Pick up the old sheet of newspaper lying on the
street. Try to climb the drainpipe next to the trashcans, but it will break,
and Nico will fall gracefully to the ground. Stand in front of the wall covered
in graffiti, and climb onto it using the upper action button. Climb down on the
other side and walk over to the benches in the shadow. In front of one of them
you will find a black wig.
Pick it up, and then open the inventory, and examine the dark wig using the
right action button. Nico will find a few strands of blonde hair inside. Climb
back on top of the wall and over, into the alley. Go along the street and you
will arrive to the main street. Turn left and walk along the building, and then
turn left again into another alley. The main entrance into Vernon's apartment
is here, as well as an old woman sweeping the pavement. Talk with her, all
Walk back to the main street, and have a word with the young skater, all
topics. After a very enlightening conversation walk back along the main street
past Vernon's back alleyway, as well as a street marked with a one way sign,
and head towards the traffic warden. But don't talk with her yet. Instead enter
the large park. Just for fun try to find the dog poo on the grass and listen to
the ensuing squelching sound. How much did those shoes cost again? Go and sit
on the bench next to the purple creature, who turns out to be Beatrice. Talk to
her all topics, leaving Vernon till last. One minded isn't she?
Go back into the street, and talk with the traffic warden, all topics, but
starting with the shell casing.
Watch the cut scene with the Police.
Speak with the inspector, all topics.


Watch the cut scene.
Ah well. He died. Get over it and search the corpse.
Go to the desk (actually just a wooden table) and pick up the post card, and
find out about Glastonbury and Bruno. Also pick up the magnifying glass. Have a
look around and notice the crate and the pressure pad inconspicuously placed
just in front of it. If by now you haven't worked out what to do, just give up,
the game will be too difficult for you. Ok I'll tell you anyway. Push the crate
onto the pressure pad, and the stone door will open. Go through it, into what
seems be a scientific lab. Stand next to the complicated looking machinery, and
press the X button in front of the control panel. The machine will start. Next
go the level at the right of the machine and press the X button again. George
will pull the lever, and months of research will be completely annihilated.
What could be the cause of this mindless destruction? But to get hold of that
plain metal rod, of course (d'oh!). So pick it up from the ground and walk to
the panel by the door you came through. Open the inventory and insert the metal
rod into the hole. George will say: "Cool! It fits!" Well, better than his
fingers, anyway.
Use the action button on the rod twice, and the door will stay open even when
the crate is removed from the pressure pad. So go back into the first room and
push the crate through the door all the way into the machine room. Then push it
towards the section of back wall framed by wooden pillars.
Walk towards the closed wooden door on the other side of the room and try to
open it. It's locked. On the left of the door, there is a small gap in the
wall, click on it and watch the cut scene. Meet Mr Sussaro. Go back into the
room and take back the metal rod from the panel by the door, using the left
action button.
So now go back to the crate and climb on top of it. Next climb into the gap in
the wall. On the far back wall there is a bird nest. Open the inventory and use
the metal rod on the bird's nest, and it will fall on the ground (poor, poor
Pick up the bird nest from the ground, and then walk along the left wall until
you get to a small ledge, around which you will have to walk by hugging the
wall. When you get to the platform, face the wall until the "climb" icon
appears on the upper action button to grip the edge of the ledge and allows
George to shimmy to the next platform.
Jump across the gap and exit back into the jungle. Walk towards the stone
dragonhead. Use the action button and George will observe that the big stone
head was filled with charred wood.
Open the inventory and use the bird's nest on the statue, then open the
inventory again, and use the magnifier glass on the bird's nest.
Prepare the RUN button.
Well now isn't HE clever? As soon as you are in control of George, prepare to
run quickly towards the jeep, and repeatedly press the X button until George
climbs in. You can get killed here if you are not fast. But as you cannot
really die in Broken Sword, you will have to repeat the same boring scene again
and again. Unless the game freezes during one of the loading stages.


Talk with Colonel Butley, all topics. (he's the one walking up and down, in
front of the windmill) Go into the store called the 'Cosmic Fairy', which is
run by a hippie named Tristram Hillage. Have a look in the shop and examine any
object that you can find, including the rack holding postcard. George will
observe a postcard identical to the one he found in the Congo. Examine and talk
about the Poetry book on the counter, and notice the silver coins embedded in
the back cover of the book. Use the X button repeatedly in the book and George
will read fragments of poetry (this will be useful later in the game) until
George says he has no more time to read the rest of the poems. Go to Tristram
and talk with him all topics. Continue questioning him about Bruno, until the
ear icon appears in the topics menu. Ask Tristram about the noises upstairs.
But he continues denying. So exit the shop and talk with the Colonel Butley
about Tristram. Run down the street and on your right hand side you will find a
pub, with a man sitting outside at one of the tables. Eamon O'Mara is his name.
Cross the street and enter Zazie's Kiosk. She is a fortuneteller, and she will
ask you to cross her palm with silver in order to tell you more, especially
about the postcard. Go back to Cosmic Fairy shop.
Talk with Tristram about the poetry books with coins. Tristram will give you a
copy of his book. Go out of the shop, and open the inventory. Use the metal rod
on the book (see, it worth the destruction of the "amazing machine"). You will
obtain three silver coins as well as the poetry book.
Run back to the pub and talk with O'Mara about Tristram. Follow him back to the
Cosmic Fairy, and as he argues with Tristram, and take advantage of the
situation to sneak upstairs. Meet Melissa Butley, the Colonel's daughter. Talk
with her, all topics, then go back downstairs and talk to Tristram about Bruno.
He will give you a pair of boxer shorts. Eww. Exit the shop and go back to
Zazie's kiosk. Give her one silver coin for the reading on the postcard, and
then talk to her about the boxer shorts. Watch the cut scene.
George will be out of the kiosk and notice the fire behind the Yeoman's Arms
pub. Try the little door in the back alley on the left of the pub, then go and
talk to O'Mara. He will help you knock down the door. Watch the cut scene.
You are in a small courtyard and you will catch a glimpse of an ugly monk, but
George will refuse to go after him as the wooden structure is on fire. There is
a crate puzzle again, so here is what you have to do in order to allow George
to enter the burning house:
Push the far right crate between the building and the two piled up crates. Then
push the single left crate in-between the wall and the other crates. Climb onto
the crates and pull the top one towards the building. Switch sides and push it
so that it goes against the wall. Climb on top of it, then into the building.
Be ready for ACTION.
Walk to the guy on the ground and George will automatically untie his hands.
Then run back towards the window and press the X button quickly. Watch the cut
scenes, and talk with Bruno, all topics.


Listen to your messages on the answering machine. Call Andre Lobinaux, and then
the newspaper.Have a look around, and... guess what: ...
Exit Nico's apartment and go the Vernon's street. Talk with the two women
outside the brasserie, and find out about Vernon's manuscript and about the
power building up.
Then get into Vernon's apartment through the back staircase entrance that leads
to the kitchen. Examine the door using the right action button, and Nico will
observe the keyhole on the other side. Open the inventory and use the newspaper
on the door. Nico will slip the newspaper underneath the door. Use the pencil
on the door to push out the key from the lock. It will fall down on the
newspaper. Use the X button to pull out the key and pick both items up. Use the
key to unlock the door, and enter the kitchen. Go to the sink, and pick up a
tissue paper. Amazingly, despite the police having been in the house, the
carpet and safe are just as you left them. Go to the bedroom door and you will
hear heavy sobbing on the other side. Open the door to find poor Beatrice. (did
you notice the poster on the wall?) Talk with Beatrice. Use the paper tissue on
Beatrice, and she will talk to you.
Go back to the safe, and enter her birthday as the combination. Pick up both
items that were inside the safe. (press X twice on the open safe for Nico to
pick both the DVD and the strange diagram). Go back to the bedroom and talk
with Beatrice, all topics. Exit the room and then the flat through the kitchen
As you exit the back alleyway, keep the left directional button pressed, and in
the same time repeatedly press the X button, as the red Jag will try to run you
Exit the area and return to Nico's apartment. Use the DVD on the DVD player.
You will find out about the Manuscript as well as the key of Solomon. Call
He decides to come around. Talk with him, all topics, then call up the
newspaper, and talk to the secretary about the Theatrical Mask. Again talk with
Andre all topics, especially about the mask and the theatre. Try to leave the
apartment, and the phone will ring, it's your boss.
Exit the apartment and go to the old theatre (L`Hierogliphe).


Look through the door using the left action button, and then try the door.
Obviously, it's locked. Turn to the right, and walk along the street by the
riverbank. Take the first left turn into an alleyway named 'Rue St. Louis en
L'ile' On the right hand side you will have scaffoldings and on the left hand
side the theatre itself with the backstage door. Walk towards the end of the
alley, and you will find a red Jag parked there. Look through the window using
the Square button, and Nico will notice the theatrical mask on the back seat.
So basically now you need to find a way to enter the theatre and guess what?
You will need to climb all way up the scaffoldings. Just across the street from
the stage door there is a scaffolding area that is not covered in a metal net.
So climb up to the first floor then up the ladder to the next floor, and run
towards the back of the screen, around the corner, until the scaffolding
finishes. Place Nico so that the upper action button highlights with the
'climb' icon. Climb up there to the third floor. Repeat this process to climb
up to the fourth floor. Walk as far as you can go around the corner, then drop
down to the floor below (third floor), and climb the ladder in front of you all
the way to the fifth floor. Take a few steps, then as soon as possible climb to
the sixth floor. Walk until you find the upper edge of the long billboard.
Place Nico so that the 'cogs' icon appears on the X button, and press it.
Nico will unfasten the billboard but nothing happens. Make your way back down
the first floor, and climb up the ladder to the second floor again. Now instead
of going to the rear of the screen, jump the gap to the scaffolding bit to the
front of the screen, and advance as far as you can. Turn around, and take slow
steps until the 'climb' icon appears then press the upper action button and
Nico will climb to the third floor on the other side of the scaffolding.
Advance until you find a crate, and guess what? You'll have to pull/push it
under the fourth floor scaffolding.
Climb on the crate and then on the fourth floor scaffolding, and walk towards
the lower edge of the billboard. Press the X button and Nico will unfasten the
bottom latches as well. The billboard falls down and fits perfectly across the
gap. Walk along it to get to the opposite building.
Climb up the ladder to get to the top of the roof of the theatre. There are two
doors directly in front of you, but both are locked. Get on the left side of
the roof, and go down the long ladder there to another long balcony. Go through
the door at the base of the ladder. You are now inside the theatre. Walk around
and go through the open space on the right of the screen into the corridor, and
down some stairs. Enter the foyer of the theatre.
Walk around until the cut scene.


Watch the cut scene. "It is only paranoia when they are NOT out to get you".
(heh, heh)
Ok, so guess what? George will need to find a way inside too. All the available
doors are (ofcourse) locked. Walk along the alley to the rear of the screen and
through the large archway on the right side of the road. You are in a small
courtyard with some dumpsters, and guess what else? Crates. Another crate
puzzle coming up! Pull and push the crate to the right side of the dumpster
with the open lid. Push the crate in the gap between the dumpster and the wall,
all the way to the back wall. Climb on the crate and look towards the back of
the dumpster.
The 'cogs' icon will appear. Press the X button and George will shut the lid of
the dumpster. Climb on top of it, and press the X button when next to the
window. George will undo the lock. Press the X button again and George will go
through the window. What? MORE crates? Never mind this, it's not a puzzle.
Across the room from the window there is a door and on the left of the door a
light switch. Press it but nothing happens. Go through the door into what
appears to be a dark library. You can have a look around, and read some of the
book titles. Ew. Go to the door on the right of the one you just came through
(as you are facing it) and George will find another small room full of crates.

Right, THIS is the crate puzzle room. At the far left corner of the room, by
the window, there is a crate that can be pulled two spaces forwards, then all
the way to the right wall. Push the single crate next to the two stacked crates
one space to the right, so that it is pressed against them. Then push the crate
that you got from the other side of the room so that it goes against the other
single crate. Climb on top and pull the upper crate, which will allow George to
reach a light switch. The light in the room will come on.
Examine the base of the middle crate, and George will notice deep scratches on
the floor. Push the top crate one more space, and pull the middle crate away
from a trap door in the floor.
Press the X button and George will go down into what appears to be an
underground tunnel. Walk all along the tunnel and then climb up the ladder at
the end, into a room with a rusty old boiler. The door will be locked, so go up
the ladder, and watch the cut scene. Now its time to use the 'creep' button
(R2) and stick close to the walls of the theatre hall. Keep the R2 Button
pressed all the time, otherwise Flap will notice you. Enter the door on the
right side of the stage, and climb up the long ladder. I said: the ladder not
the few steps that lead to the stage. You are now above the stage, so take the
right bridge, towards the back wall. There is a rope dangling down from the
lighting rig. Pull it and the lighting rig will come down and become stuck,
allowing George to hang and shimmy to the other side of the platform.
Drop down as soon as possible and walk around on the wooden bridge to the other
side, to a pair of sandbags.
Click on the left one (you will notice how it's just above Flap's head) and
then quickly click on the second sandbag. YAY! Got him!
Watch the cut scene.

Playing with George and Nico:

After the extensive loading time, and if the game doesn't freeze, you will
regain control of both George and Nico. You can search Flap, but there will be
nothing useful on him. So exit the stage through the left. (No. The OTHER left)
Head to the back of the hall, and go towards the left. You are now in the foyer
where Nico was previously captured. So have a look around and by the old cash
register, you will find a plastic cup. Nothing else to do here, so go back into
the theatre hall, and go through the door on the left of the stage, and down
the wooden stairs. You reach an area which is presumably underneath the stage.
From there walk along the corridor and turn left into what we will call from
now on the 'elevator room'.
In the middle of the room there is a stage elevator and a trap door. This will
be useful later. However next to the elevator there is a crate with a block of
theatrical grease paint. Pick up one stick. Take the stage elevator and go up
onto the stage. Go right and use the right action button to examine the old
stage light (funny, eh?). Open your inventory and use the grease paint on the
cup. Then open the inventory again and use the cup holding the grease paint on
the stage light. You will obtain a cup full of melted grease. Go back
downstairs to the stage elevator room, and bring down the elevator. Pick up one
more grease paint stick. Exit the elevator room and continue towards the back
of the corridor. If you turn left you will find a door, so open it and go
Watch the cut scene.
What the hell is up with this guy?!

From the stairs there is a corridor on the right with a locked door as well as
with the door behind which the shooting guy was. But if you walk straight along
the corridor you will reach another door that this time will open. A support
strut is in the middle of the room. Examine it with the right action button,
but George will refuse to move it. Talk with Nico all topics.
Exit the room, and continue around the corridor, around the corner, and watch
the cut scene.
Search the dead body and examine the card reader on the right hand side of the
big metal door. Go back to the stairs and climb to the upper floor. Go all
along the corridor and enter the first door on the right. You are in a small
dressing room. Underneath the desk there is a safe.
Try to open, but it is locked, and George will work out that the support strut
on the floor below is holding up the safe. Exit the room and go back to the
floor below, into the room with the support strut. Click again the X button on
the support strut but it will not budge. Open the inventory and use the melted
grease paint on the base of the strut. Then talk to Nico about the safe, and
about the support strut. In order to get Nico to help you, go back to the
strut, and open the inventory. Select the icon with Nico's face.
Watch the cut scene.
Pick up the key card and the weird artefact from the safe. Talk with Nico about
the weird artefact. Exit the room and go to the big metal doors with the card
key lock. Use the security swipe card on the lock, and the doors will open to
reveal an elevator. Go inside, and the elevator will go down. Walk along the
corridor. Watch the small cut scene about the engraved stone on the floor.
Enter into large room filled with crystals. Go along the bridge to the central
platform, with the column of energy. It likes George (aw). Press the X action
button to pick up the item floating in the column of energy.

And prepare for ACTION.

Watch the cut scene while pressing the left analogue stick towards the left,
and keep your finger on the left action button. George will drop over the
ledge, and hold on to it. Shimmy to the left as far as you can, as Nico is
blocking your way.
Press the up action button to climb back up behind Sussaro. Watch the cut
scene, while keeping the run (R1) button pressed.
As soon as you gain control of George, run from Petra, along the corridor, as
fast as you can. Be careful, the view changes, but as long as you keep the run
button pressed you will not need to change direction with the left analogue
stick since this will only make George zig-zag and bump into the wall. Instead
use the left analogue stick only to mildly re-orient George while he is running
as to keep him as close as possible to the wall on HIS left (Yup. His left is
your right. Weird, eh?). Get to the elevator door as fast as you can and Nico
will operate it automatically.
Nico will keep the doors of the elevator open. Open your inventory, and use the
bottle opener on the elevator doors to jam them open. Run along the corridor,
then to the left, up the staircase and through the door. Go into the 'elevator
room' (don't take the stairs up the stage, because you will be shot by the
guards). Take the stage elevator up onto the stage, then jump down and run to
the right of the room, to the ladder through which George came in. George will
argue that this way out is safer. Watch the cut scene.
Ok, the guy stole the weird artefact, but accidentally he left a weird cylinder.


When the cut scene ends, a topic menu will automatically open, and you will not
be able to exit it. So talk with the guys around you, all topics.
You will find out about the Key of Solomon and the Voynich Manuscript. George
will realize that the stone he took from the column of energy is the same shape
as the slot on the door back in the Congo. Nico will also talk about the weird
diagram she retrieved from the Vernon's safe (While constantly brushing her
shoulder. Does she have dandruff or something?)


Talk with Nico about the destination, and then try the main door, which of
course is locked. Open the inventory and use the metal rod on the doors. But
George will not be able to get the rod into the gap between the doors. Talk
with Nico again about the doors and she will help you to hold the doors
slightly ajar so that you can slide the rod in. You are now back in the
machinery room. Go through the door to the Omega portal, and use the Omega
stone on the slot. Yup, there will be traps. Talk with Nico about all topics.
Get to the wall on the left, until the upper action icon appears, then hang on
the edge and shimmy across.
Oh look at the big spikes! Somewhere midway there will be an earthquake that
will destroy the ledge, but don't worry, carry on across and we will find a way
to get Nico to the other side. When you get onto the safe ground, have a look
at the huge cogs on the right hand side of the wall. Examine them with the
right action button, then open the inventory and use the metal rod on the cogs.
Cut scene. (Isn't she cute?)

On the left of the screen there are two stone blocks. Pull the first one to the
middle of the path, then push it until it blocks the first row of spikes. Push
the second block next to the first one, so that it also is on the pressure
sensitive stone floor. Climb on top of the blocks, and go on the other side.
Pull the first block only ONE space. Don't go further unless you want George to
be killed by the second row of spikes. Climb into the gap in-between the two
blocks, and push the first one a space forwards, so that it blocks the second
row of spikes.
Now you can get to the corpse, and examine it using the X button. George will
find a cloth. Get back to Nico, and examine the ancient scarf, and George will
find a metal plate inside.
Go into the next room. It's a floor tile puzzle. When George walks on one of
bottom tiles, all the other similar ones on the tile board will light up. Talk
to Nico about this.
First get her to stand on the fish stone. Walk to the 'safe' tile, then open
the inventory, and use Nico again.

Get her to stand on the scorpion tile. Walk to the FIRST safe tile. Get her to
stand on the snake tile. Walk across to the safe tile. Fish stone is next. Then
bird. Then Scorpion. Then snake, and walk to the safe tile at the West of the
screen (as if you want to go back to where Nico is). Next is the bird tile,
then fish, then scorpion, then snake, and you will have reached the other side
of the room. Use the upper action button to climb on top of the ridge. Leave
Nico behind and go into the next room. In the next room there is not much floor
left, so get close to the right wall as you turn your back to the entrance, and
drop down to the platform below.
Jump on the next platform and drop. Then shimmy around the narrow ledge to the
next platform below you.

Drop down two more levels, and you will have reached the bottom of the pit.
Exit through the opening at the bottom of the pit. Oh joy... the next room is a
block puzzle.
There are three RED blocks in total. As George faces the main platform, there
is one red block on his left, piled on two other plain blocks (those cannot be
moved), and on his right there are two other red blocks. The red block on the
left we will call Block 1, and the two blocks on the right will be 2 (upper
block) and 3 (lower block).
Get behind block 2 and push it on top of block 3. Then go east from it, and
push it 7 spaces left (west). Grab block 3 and pull it two spaces south, then 9
spaces west. Then 4 spaces north, and 2 spaces east. Push block 2 three spaces
north, crossing the bridge formed by block 3. Grab block 3 and pull it two
spaces west, and 1 space north. Climb on top of it and push block 1 on top of
block 2, and further east towards the next gap.
Now push block 3 back to form a bridge for block 2, then pull block 2 three
spaces south, then 4 spaces east, and finally 3 spaces north to form a bridge
for block 1 to go on the other side of the gap.

Push block 1 three spaces east, and pull it 1 space south. Pull/push block 3
back to its original place. Then pull/push block 2 back to its original space,
then push it further one block north to form a bridge for block 1 to be pulled
two spaces east, and then pushed one further space east onto the top of the
stone seesaw. Now George can safely cross to other side.
Jump over the gap and enter the next room.
In this next room, go the other side from where you entered, and face the
device (control panel). What you will have to do is to combine the four units
into one "energy machine". The 4 units will be numbered as following:

1- the unit at the north-east
2- unit at south east
3- unit at south west
4- unit at north west
(again, as George faces the control panel)

First move unit 2 to the middle. Turn it 90 degrees using the upper and left
action buttons. Then press the X button to place it into unit 1. Bring unit 4
into the middle. Turn it 90 degrees anti clockwise and plug it onto piece
number 2. Finally bring unit 3 into the middle, turn it 180 degrees, and plug
it into unit 4.

As you do this, an energy beam will go through the tip of the machine into the
next room. Attached to unit 1 there is a touch sensitive panel, which when
pressed, reverses the flow of the energy. Before going into the next room make
sure that the energy beam is going from the machine into the next room. Go
through the door.
In the next room the energy beam is reflected by a crystal on the top of a
pole. Use the action button the turn the crystal three times anti-clockwise.
The beam will hit the next crystal. Rotate this one twice anti-clockwise, and
the flow will hit a third crystal. Turn the third crystal three times
anti-clockwise and the energy beam will hit crystal 4, and further up crystal
5. Go directly to crystal five and turn it once anti clockwise. The beam will
push the big stone block to the left, uncovering a control panel, which can be
activated by George. This will make four spots above one of the doors to light.
Go up the stairs and find Nico who will come back with you. Now turn crystal #3
by 90 degrees anti-clockwise and the beam will hit another crystal (number 6).
Turn crystal 6 twice anti clockwise, and the beam will hit crystal 7. Turn
crystal 7 three times anti-clockwise, and it will hit crystal 8 and hit the
large stone further up. Now go into the previous room where the energy machine
is, and click on the pressure pad to inverse the energy flow. Go back into the
room with the crystals, and observe how the beam will pull aside the big stone
block from the second control panel.
Go to the recently uncovered control panel, and activate it. George will notice
that four other light spots will be activated on the top of the door. Go and
talk with Nico about the crystals and about the control panels. She will
suggest operating both control panels at the same time. So go to the control
panel on the left while Nico will activate the other.
Now the door on the right side of the room will open. Go along the ledge and
jump across the gap. Walk all along the platform then enter the next room.
George will try to open the stone door, but it wouldn't budge. On the right
wall there is a panel with the lightening symbol. Open the inventory, and use
the metal plate on the crafted panel. The door will open, but the plate pops
out. Pick it up from the floor and in the inventory menu, place it next to the
ancient scarf. Use the metal plate in the panel and as soon as you regain
control quickly open the inventory and use the scarf with the plate. Watch the
cut scene. George will automatically ask Nico to hold the plate and the scarf
for him. So go through the next door, and walk across the bridge.
Having flashbacks? Well, exactly!
Go and grab the Alpha stone from the energy column. Run back across the bridge,
and enter the next room. George will automatically talk with Nico about the
Alpha stone, then before exiting the room


Watch the cut scene while holding the R1 button pressed. George will have to
run for his life yet again. Damn' camera angles!


Back to Nico's apartment. Guess who's there? Andre...and the inspector.
Watch the extensive cut scene and dialogue. Man that inspector is a real
gentleman. Even Andre becomes jealous of him! But now... who is coming in? It's
Beatrice! She really seems to have a strong impression on Andre. Just follow
the direction of his glance...
Nico will remind George about the office in the theatre, and guess what? You
have to go back there.


Make your way to the main theatre hall and down the stairs to the left of the
stage to the room where the safe was. The door leading down to the second
basement is locked, so you have to go down through the hole in the floor. Go
into the room where the crazy guy who shot at you locked himself. The door will
be now open.
Examine the two vases, start going into the next room and prepare for ACTION.
Flap will try to strangle Nico from behind so keep clicking the X button all
along the cut scene and Nico will grab one of the vase and smash it on Flap's
head. Go into the next room and search the big desk.
Nico will find a photograph of a castle in Prague where obviously Sussaro's
secret base is located (as well as your next destination).


Playing with George:

Go to the main gate and click on the switch at the right of the gate. You
didn't think that the guard would let you in did you? Talk with Nico all topics
and leave the "door bell button" topic to the end. As soon as you finish, go
hide behind the small wall on the left of screen. Nico will go and ring the
bell. You could sneak in this castle but instead listen to the dialog. As soon
as the guard closes the gate, talk with Nico again. Repeat this twice, and just
listen to the amusing dialogues.
After the third time George will automatically sneak into the castle. Once
inside, walk to the left wall and as soon as the climb up icon appears, jump
over the left wall, then drop down on the next side.

Creep towards the rear wall, and behind the tree there, and you will get to
another wall. Creep along it until the climb up icon appears (its about when
George arrives at the tree level).
Drop again on the other side of the wall and creep towards the back of the
garden. NOT towards the guards (I know, the view is impossible). Keep following
the left wall until the view changes and you will be able to observe the guard
with the dog. Keep creeping, the guard will turn his back on you, but the dog
is still there, so wait until both the dog and the guard start walking right.
Start creeping up and left, towards the stairs where the light beam is. As soon
as you enter the courtyard with the light beam keep creeping as close as
possible to the wall on George's left (he's facing the screen, so the wall will
actually be on your RIGHT). That will allow George to avoid the light beam.
Continue walking along the wall until you reach a bunch of trashcans, which you
will have to search.

George will find a piece of string, a burger and a piece of foil. You don't
need to creep in this area, since the light beam is quite far away. Keep going
along the wall, then along the circular structure (tower?). Creep now. You will
reach a pair of windows, through which you can look (meh). You can't go through
them, so continue along. As soon as the light beam goes away from the wall at
the back of the screen, run to the other side (right), past big arched doors,
which will be locked anyway. Quickly enter the next area, which will contain...
Observe the wall on the north east of the screen. See there is one opening in
the wall that does not have iron bars over it? Well this is where you have to
First push the top crate from the stack of two onto the single crate on its
right. Then pull the crate that was underneath one space southeast. Then push
it two spaces towards the wall. Go around the BIG crate, and pull the single
crate one space northwest, so it will be placed between the stack of two crates
and the wall you need to climb. Push the top crate from the stack on top of the
single crate next to the wall, and then climb up. You are now on top of the
battlements. Drop down to the floor, and walk on the battlements southwest
until you reach the wall. The climb icon will appear and you can climb up onto
a ledge. Continue to follow the ledge around the corner.

You will be above the main castle's entrance, where the two guards with dogs
are. Jump onto the balcony and cross to the other side, then go to the ledge
Continue walking around the corner until you reach the end of the ledge. You
will be just above a small courtyard in front of which the still guard with a
dog is. Drop down from the ledge there and SLOWLY creep towards the other side
of the screen, where there is an archway with some stairs.

Now you will be a bit confused, because the camera turned 90 degrees clockwise
and what was west before is north now. There is a small yard with grass and one
tree. George will enter this area from the south (arch with steps). There is
another arch on your right hand side (east) and a guard patrolling from right
to left at the top right of the screen. You will have to cross from that arch
to the other side without the guard actually seeing you.


You will have to creep the whole time. Wait until the guard reaches the left
side. He will spend a few seconds there loading his gun, and then suddenly he
turns around and starts walking towards the right. EXACTLY at that moment you
need to start creeping towards the right in a straight as possible line. The
guard will stop for a few seconds on the right side, which will allow you to
creep further without being seen. If you have the right timing you should be
like two steps behind the guard all the time.

In the next area, there is another crate puzzle.
Pull the only crate that you can move one space south, then push it one more
space south. Pull the second crate one space east, then the third one 1 space
north, and finally the crate that is closer to the left wall one space west.
Now check that the hamburger in your inventory is the first thing that pops up
when you open it. Use the upper action button to climb on the top of the
column, and then drop down to the other side. Turn around and creep slowly
towards the pen where the dog is locked. Use the X button as soon as the 'look
through the window' icon appears. Open the inventory and choose the half eaten
burger, and use it on the fence.
Now the dog will not bark, even if George goes around the big crate, and then
to the next archway.


Don't make any unnecessary steps before you can head south when you enter the
next area, because there is a guard at the north of the screen that will shoot
you immediately. Creep ALL the time and go around along the south wall down to
the gate where Nico awaits for you.
Examine the gate and George will notice that there is a sensor on the top. Talk
with Nico about the gates. Continue walking right along the wall CREEPING until
you reach a big metal crate, and then continue along the wall behind the first
truck (you can walk normally here, the guards are not able to see you).

Continue along the wall until you reach a small door, which will obviously be
locked. Further, you will find a metal fence with a small red button on the
side. George presses the button and the gates will open, but will close again
when he lets go.
Continue past this structure along the wall until you reach an arch (don't go
there, there's nothing). A bit further along a limo and a jeep are parked.
Search the glove compartment of the jeep and George will take the remote
control. After getting the remote, go back along the wall to the gate where
Nico waits for you. Always walk along the wall and start creeping immediately
after you pass the big metal crate, as the guard can see you as this point.
Open the inventory and use the remote control on the gates and Nico will walk
in. Nico and George will run and hide automatically behind the metal crate.
Go along the wall to the little yard with the fence and use Nico from the
inventory on the button to make her hold the gates open. Pick up a lucky piece
of coal and go to the door blocked with a pole (actually a car jack). George
will take the car jack handle. Now go with Nico to the jeep, and use the car
jack handle on the jeep from behind to remove the jack, then try pushing the
jeep from behind, but it wont budge.

Examine the car and George will notice that the hand break is on. Click on the
X button and George will let the hand break off. Go back to the rear of the
jeep and use the action button. George will push the jeep against the wall.
Press the up action button to make George climb on top of the jeep, and then on
top of the terrace. Go to the drainpipe. Use the action button on the
drainpipe. Watch the cut scene. (Poor, poor)

Playing with Nico

Nico will have to find another way in. Pick up the drainpipe bracket on the
ground. Climb down from the terrace back on top of the jeep and go further
left, towards the single black car. Climb on the top of the car.
Use the left action button on the window then try to open it. Open your
inventory and use the drainpipe bracket on the window. Nico will force it open.
Climb through into the castle. You are in a sort of storeroom. Have a look
around. Exit through the door. Nico will creep automatically.
Look at the cut scene.

Climb up the stairs and go through the door on the right. You will hear a plank
creek. Watch the cut scene. Nico will automatically hide behind a plant pot.
Creep towards the right past the twin windows, around the portrait gallery,
past a locked door and enter the corridor with the red carpet. From there you
don't need to creep. Don't bother trying the doors. Follow the corridor until
you come to the end. There will be two doors, the one on the left wall is
Petra's room. Thankfully she is not there, but her luggage is. Open the clothe
chest and pick up the hair dryer. Go behind the screen, there is a second chest
there, so open it. It's empty apart from a wig. Examine the chest again. Nico
will observe there is a hidden compartment. Click the X button and Nico will
find a tiny button. Open the inventory and use the pencil. Pick up the
sharpening stone.

Exit the room. Go back along the corridor to the portrait galleries. Creep
right and go back to the door through which you came in. Go down the stairs and
enter the main hallway. Creep along the walls past a locked door and enter
through the door between the row of benches.
Talk with the chef in the kitchen and give him the sharpening stone.
Go through the kitchen and take the bottle of industrial bleach that is up on a
shelf. Creep back to Petra's room. Can you guess what you have to do? Go to the
bathroom, and use the brown wig on the sink, then open the inventory again and
use it on the wig to bleach it blonde. Then open the inventory again and use
the hair dryer on it. Go back to the main hall.

Playing with George

Hey, another crate puzzle. Pull the crate then push it to the wall that is
across the flight of steps.

Climb on top of the crate, then onto the end of the collapsed stone staircase
leading to the battlements. Carry on up the steps until you reach the door at
the end. It is locked. Go left along the parapet to the gargoyle, and examine
it. Go back to the door and jump on the right side of the parapet, there is
another gargoyle but this one is damaged, so click the X button and George will
push it down. Go around the corner and then around the other corner. Hug the
walk and sidestep to the other side of the parapet. Once you get above a
balcony with a terrace, drop down on it.
Walk to the right of the windows until the climb up button appears. Hang on the
ledge and shimmy right across the gap between the buildings to the next
terrace. Drop down and go through the small open window.
Climb on the wooden platform to the crates...get into the gap in-between the
crates and push the top one, then go south east of the now single crate and
pull it two spaces right and one space north. Pull the top crate from the stack
away, and then pull the only crate that you can now move away from the gap in
the wall.
You will be out once more onto stone battlements. Go to the north east of the
screen, and down the stairs to a small courtyard with a tree on the left of the
screen. The arched doors will be locked, so go into the small alley to the
north of the screen.
Use the X button the drainpipe. Examine it and George will notice a small tin
cup. A "pick up" icon will appear on the left action button. So pick the cup
up. Exit to the courtyard, and head east behind the tree to a grate. Examine
it, and try to open it, and George will notice that the hinges are badly
rusted. So go back onto the battlements, all the way up, and re-enter the
storeroom with the crates. On the left wall there is an old ornate oil lamp.
Use the X button with the "cog" icon on the old lamp. The oil will start
dripping. Open the inventory and use the tin cup on it. God isn't he Mr.
Safetyman? Exit the storeroom through the window, down the battlement to the
courtyard, and back to the old rusted grate. Use the oil on the grate hinges.
Now open it and go through.

Playing with Nico.

Watch the cut scene. To the right of the stairs there is a door that you must
examine and try to open. There is a key card lock on it. Talk with the guard
reading a book.
Talk with him about the door, and then answer no to his question. Go out of the
castle through the main door. Walk to the right past the other guard with a
dog, and go through the right archway, and you will be once more in the yard
with the crate puzzle. So do it again, climb up the wall (there might be
another way, though). Talk with the other guard about the dog just for fun. Go
through the right archway again, and then north to talk with the guard next to
the truck. He is the head of security, and will give you a security card. Go
back to the castle. (Just pass behind the security sergeant). From the main
entrance in the Castle's hallway, go to the other side from where the guard at
the desk is, and enter a wooden door. You will be in a sort of computer room.
Go and talk with the woman sitting in front of the computer.
Talk with her about all topics, and she will validate the security card for
you. Pick up the card from the desk, and go back to the locked door next to the
desk where the guard is reading. There are two highlights on this door, so you
will have to switch the highlight using the L1, L2 buttons to the card reader.
Then use the security card on it. Go through the door and down the stairs into
the basement. Examine the prison cell that is empty. Continue along the
corridor and watch the cut scene.

Playing with George

Go the old rusted washing machine and pull it two spaces left, then one space
south, and then push it 6 spaces left until you reach the washing powder
barrels. Then pull it one more space south, and push it on the old trolley. Go
behind the trolley and use the lower action button on it to smash open the
door. Run along the corridor then take the second right corridor, towards the
end of the screen, and watch the cut scene.
Playing as George and Nico.
From where you are standing turn right into the corridor, and Nico will follow
you. You will reach a guard cabin. Go back to the metal door, and talk with
Nico. Use Nico (from your inventory) on the door and she will swipe her
security card to open the door. You are in a large changing room, with
wardrobes along the wall. Use the X button on the uniform, and George will get
dressed as a guard.
Go back to the guard cabin and watch the cut scene.
Go through the door the guard just opened, to another security door, but you
cannot enter it and Nico's key will not work. Instead enter the prison cell and
YAY! Another crate puzzle...Push the crates around so that you are able to
reach the air vent at the top of the wall. If you don't know how to do this
just take a look at the screenshots on my site.
Once you can reach the air vent, use the ear icon that will appear on the X
button. Watch the cut scene.

Enter Petra and Flap and Sussaro finds out where the Key of Solomon is. Now
Sussaro and his band will go back to Paris to retrieve it.
When you regain control of George, open the inventory and use the silver coin
on the vent. Then use Nico to climb through the vent and open the door from the
inside. So go to the now unlocked door and watch the cut scene. As Nico and
George look at the map they find the lay lines come together in Egypt. Examine
Sussaro's desk and prepare the run button. As he examines it George will find a
secret button hidden under the desk. Another highlight will appear that you
will have to select with the L buttons. Go through the secret door.


Watch the cut scene and listen to the conversation.


In the centre of the place there are two guys doing road works. Go and try to
talk with the guy inside the truck (Alphonse). The guy is sleeping, so George
will not be able to talk to him. Go and talk with the old guy drilling in the
pavement. Flobbage is his name.
Oh surprise, he is... well see for yourself.
You find out Alphonse is 'seismophobic', he is scared of earthquakes. Check the
manhole cover, and try to pick it up. Check the tool bag, in which there is a
sewer key, but Flobbage prevents you from picking it up. On the other side of
the square there is a house with scaffoldings, and some public toilets. Talk
with the woman next to them, all topics.
Go behind the toilets, and use the 'pissoir'. Wow, he's whistling. Get around
the building in the scaffoldings, and climb to the first platform, and up the
ladder to the top platform.
Jump across the gap. As you go round the next corner the woman by the toilets
shouts at you, and you have to get down. Go and talk to her again. She will go
and investigate how clean the toilets are, so quickly climb back up to the top
of the scaffoldings. Jump across the gap once more, and go down on the other
side of the scaffolding. Grab the length of rope, and climb back down.
Go back to the workers, and go to the compressor that is powering the pneumatic
drill. Use the X button to switch it off, and quickly go around the truck. You
have to wait while the workmen are arguing, and press the X button over the
tool bag again to pick up the sewer key. If you want to have fun, you can keep
on switching off the compressor and listening to the dialogs.
Anyway, one the guy starts drilling again, go by the manhole and use the sewer
key on it. George will try to lift the lid, but will be unsuccessful. You will
find out the cover was blocked, and guess why... Open the inventory and combine
the length of rope, using the square button, with the sewer key. Then open the
inventory again and use the two combined items on the manhole cover. George
will attach the other end of the rope to the back of the truck.
Go to the front of the truck and talk with Alphonse.

Now the sewer will be accessible. Go down the ladder. Remember this place?
Check the archway doors for fun, then go around the corner and check the door
with a skull on top. Examine it using the round button, then click the X
button, and George will put his hand inside the hole. Nothing will happen
(d'oh). Open the inventory, and use the Stone cylinder on the door. The door
will slide open, so go in. From this moment on I suggest I you save as often as
you can, because there will be a lot of instances in which you could get killed
and/or the game will freeze. Go straight down the corridor, and you will get to
some stone steps, and a large door.

Watch the cut scene. The dialogs are absolutely hilarious. Of course George
will not open the door. Instead go back to the entrance of the underground, and
turn down the first path right in the corridor. George will discover a large
pool of blood, and a trail.
Follow the trail of blood. The right path in the crossroads leads to a large
locked gate. So continue following the trail of blood, until you reach two
doors, on either side of the corridor. First go into the left one, that leads
to what appears to be some showers with some lockers. Go back in the corridor
and into the opposite room. You will discover the carnage Sussaro's men left.

Behind the door there is a body you can search, to find an old rusty key. Open
your inventory and make sure that this key is the first item up. Check the old
microwave in the corner of the room. Go out of the room and turn right in the
corridor, towards the big dining room at the end. One of Sussaro's men is
guarding the place.
Go back to the room with the corpses, and use the X button the old microwave,
then QUICKLY go out and cross the corridor and hide behind the wall in the
shower room.
The guard will go in the microwave room, and as he does go to the kitchen door,
and close it. Then quickly open the inventory and use the old key to lock the
door. You need to make sure of two things in order not to get killed by the
First, is that you need to be on the right side of the door, so that George
does not lock himself in with the guard.

Second, after closing the door, you need to open the inventory and use the key
in less than a second! Right, now that the guard is out of your way, go back
into the dining hall. Exit through the door at the back of the screen. You will
be in what looks like a mine tunnel, which you need to follow to a small room
filled with bookshelves. The trail of blood continues here, and leads to a wine
rack at the back of the room. Go to the rack, and examine the five bottles.
There will be 5 highlights on the bottles (1 for each bottle). There are two
red tops, one blue, one white, and one green. Examine each of the wine bottles,
scrolling between the highlights using the L1/L2 buttons. You will have to
activate the bottles in a certain order, using the X button. Remember that
dialog you had with Andre about the history of St. Stephan? The story is they
key to this puzzle.

As the order you need to activate them in is the one of St. Stephan's journey
from Italy to Israel, and back to France. I will number the bottles as follows:
1 is the top bottle, with a blue top (Chateuax Berentoires Wine, French)
2 is the left red top bottle (Modena Lambrusco Wine, Italian)
3 is the right red top bottle (Wiesbaden Wine, German) 4 is the white top
bottle ( Montagne de Rheims, Champagne, French)
5 is the green top bottle (Sauvignon Blanc Wine, Israeli)
The order you need to pull the bottles in, using the X button and scrolling
through the highlights using L2/L1 is:
5, 2, 3, 4, 1.
Watch the cut scene.

The blood trail continues along the new passage. Continue down the corridor,
and watch the other cut scene.
Leave the monk to rest in peace, and go up the flight of stairs, and enter some
sort of dressing room. Examine the broken clock on the floor. Go through the
door there, and


Since this is one of the most annoying sections of the game... That you will
have to repeat three times as well!

Creep as close as possible to the wall on George's right side (which since he
will be facing you, will be your left side- I know it's complicated). Slowly
creep behind the stand with the bible (the place where the priest normally
stands and reads sermons from the bible), but you will not need to go inside it
YET. Ok, as the guard walks towards the stand, you will need to keep George in
sight, just behind the stand. Once the guard reaches the stand, he will turn
around 180 degrees, turning his back to the stand. Don't move! The guard will
then continue and walk towards the middle of the room, but then will stop and
face the altar. Once he starts walking towards the left, run and hide behind
the altar, crouching.
The guard will then walk towards the column on the right, and then will walk
towards the column on the left. Don't move! Wait until the guard turns around
and starts walking towards the stand with the bible. At that very moment run
and hide behind the column on the right of the screen, as close as possible to
the wall, and crouch while the guard walks now towards the column behind which
you are hidden.

The second the guard turns his back to the column on the right side of the
screen, CREEP slowly towards the exit door. If your timing is right, George
will creep to the door exactly the same time the guard spends to cross the
distance between the two columns. The next room is a library with a large
beautiful clock, that doesn't work. Examine it, and then click the X button.
Try entering the smashed clock number into it. Nothing happens. Click again and
enter the St. Stephan number.

Go on the other side of the room, and examine the three statues. The middle one
is the statue you are looking for. Scroll between the two highlights, and
examine the plaque at the bottom of the statue. You HAVE to examine it for
George to find out about the 'Revelation' Chapter in the bible. Try to click on
the plaque. So guess what you have to do now? Yup, you have to cross the room
with the guards again to reach the bible stand. So creep slowly and get in the
same position as before, behind the column on the left side of the screen,
until the guard crosses the room to the column on the left side of the screen,
then turns around, then goes towards the bible stand. As soon as the guard
turns his back, run behind the altar and crouch there. When the guy starts
walking from the centre of the room towards the right of the screen, run to the
stand and enter it. Funny enough, as long as you are there, no matter how close
he gets the guard will not be able to see you. Click the X button the bible and
George will flick through it to find the Revelations chapter.

Now repeat the first steps to cross the room once more.
Save the game so you don't have to ever do this again. Go to the clock and
enter the number from the bible.
Watch the cut scene. OOOOOOooooooo... Sir George meets the NEW Grand Master.


Hmm Andre is sitting closer and closer to Beatrice, his little 'chickpea'. You
cannot talk with either Andre of Beatrice. Could it be love? Go and talk with
Nico, all topics. Click on the North African map, and the inventory will open
on the Psi stone.
Use it with the map. Click on the map again. The inventory will open once more
so use the omega stone on the map. Click for the third time on the map and use
the Alpha stone.


One you get control of George creep behind the first portal, and walk left.
Creep behind the first inverted L-shaped wall, and then creep left behind the
small clump of stones, then further left and up to the segment of wall between
two columns. Watch for the guard patrolling with his dog. As he stops creep
behind the top left inverted L shaped wall.
When the guard and the dog turn around and start walking back towards the gate,
first creep past the column lying on the ground, until the camera view changes,
and then run for it. I did it several times this way, and if the timing is
right it works fine.
Talk with Nico, all topics. Examine the exposed area of stone, and the symbols
on the wall. Open the inventory and use the car jack handle on them. A door
will open. Watch the cut scene.
You must pass two tests to prove you are worthy of the power. Talk with Nico,
all topics. Examine the door bearing three symbols. This is the first 'test'. I
wonder what George has to do... Use the three stones on the door. The door
slides open, so you can enter the next room.

Anubis will talk once more. Well if you cannot understand what he is saying,
you can use the almost illegible red on grey subtitles. Good luck. It's a logic
puzzle. You have to get the three figures on the tribunal side of the river.
But you can't leave the brother and the suspect together while Horus is
elsewhere. Same with leaving the suspect and the witness together. Horus can
only carry one item at a time and he has to do it all in seven trips.
First, take the killer, and cross to the other side (1). Cross river (2).
Put the brother on Horus, and take him to the other side (3). Take the killer
back to the panel (4). Then take the witness and cross to the other side (5).
Now go and take the killer (6) and bring him to the other side (7). The door
will open, so go through. Watch the cut scene.

Keep clicking the X button, as you will have to do some action at the end of
the cut scene. Keep clicking even after George jumps on Flap, and you will have
to grab for the pistol. Watch the cut scene.

You are now in control of George again. Talk to Nico and Bruno. You can examine
Sussaro and Flap but they have nothing on them. Go to the machinery, and press
the X button. George will pick up the Key of Solomon. Go up the staircase on
the opposite side of the room, and turn left. George will find a bomb! Press
the X button immediately, to make George jump out of the way as the bomb goes

Watch the cut scene.

Go to the left, to the trench created by the rubble. There you will find two
red blocks that can be pushed. One is inside the trench, the other is towards
the left of the screen, by the side of the trench. Push and pull the first
block to form a bridge across the gap between the two sides of the circular
platform. Pull the second block across the gap onto the side where Nico and
Bruno are.
Jump into the trench, and pull the first block all around the statue, until you
cannot push it any further. Go back to the second back and pull/push it around
the statue, past where Nico is standing, then behind the statue, to cross the
gap again, on top of the first block.
Then push it towards the rear of the screen, as far as it goes, climb on top of
it and onto the tall stone block.
Watch the cut scene.

Nico observes that the lines converge in Glastonbury. Walk into the next room,
and observe that the Anubis hologram is malfunctioning. Talk with Bruno and
Nico, all topics. Then go by the puzzle and watch the rather emotional cut
Not so much of a hologram after all...


Watch the cut scene, and talk to Nico all topics.
Run along the street towards the windmill. There will be an open gate on the
right hand side, and, OH JOY! Another crate puzzle... There are 7 crates. 3 by
the wall on the left of the screen, 1 single (crate 1) and a stack of 3 crates
(crate 2, top one. Crate 3, middle, and crate 4, the lower one). There is a
single crate on the other side of the small wall (crate 5), one single one on
the top of a little wooden bench (crate 6), a single one in front of the little
wooden bench (crate 7) and a single one at the corner formed between the wooden
bench and the building (crate 8).
Pull crate 6 two spaces west.
Pull crate 1 one space north, and then two spaces east.
Pull crate 8 one space south, then push it two spaces west.
Pull crate 5 one space east.
Climb on top of crates 5 and 8, and pull crate 6 one space south, on top of
crate 8.
Pull crate 7 one space south, then push it one more space south, and then pull
it one space east. Climb on top of it.
Pull crate 6 one space south from the top of crate 8 to the top of crate 5.
Pull crate 1 one space west. From here you will have to re-arrange the crates
as to form a path from the little wooden bench to the wall on the left of the
screen, by gradually moving the crates, and pushing crate 6 on top of them.
The goal is to form a stack of two crates between the gap in the wall and the
stack of 3 crates. If you REALLY don't know how to do that, look at the
sequence of screen shots on my Website.

Once you managed to do this, climb on the little wall, and push crate 2 from
the top of the stack of three, onto the newly formed stack of two, next to the
wall with the gap. Climb on top of this stack, and then into the gap in the

Watch the cut scene. Ooo catfight!

Oh sh..... oot.
Look at the dragon!

George will fall through a crack in the ground in what looks like King Arthur's
Go to the sword in the stone, and open the inventory, and use the Solomon's Key
on the stone. Then scroll between the two highlights, using the L1/L2 buttons
to highlight the sword. ARISE! Sir George... Dun dun dun!

BOSS FIGHT TIME! (Sir) George and the Dragon.


Keep the run button pressed, and as soon as you have control of George run to
the right, so as to avoid the flames. George will now be shielded by some wall
Start running left, but as the flames head towards you run right to avoid them.
Run left once more to avoid the second jet of flames, and as the dragon stops
to 'recharge' and is surrounded by blue light, run towards him. When the sword
action appears over the X button, press it and George will 'slay' the dragon.

Er... The END! ... Really. ¬_¬

For the complete set of screenshots, have a look:

Sacddady (from GameFAQs) who told me what program I needed to buy to be able to
take screenshots.
GameFAQs, my favourite gaming site.

Please do not take screenshots from my site without my consent, as I spent a
huge amount of time taking the pictures and labelling them.


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