AGON: The Lost Sword of Toledo

Help Professor Hunt search the historical Spanish city of Toledo! Discover the secrets behind a mysterious sword in this fun Adventure game! Narrow streets, squares from the Middle Ages, silence and calm all around. Yet… very soon he becomes aware of certain malicious activities behind the scenes. Help the professor fulfill his mission in AGON – The Lost Sword of Toledo!

Head into the corner by the chain under the hole. The Alquerque board game is completely random. Leave the courtyard and click on Iglesia San Pedro. Set the dial to face the direction of the 6 line section on the bottom of the dial. Exhaust all conversation with the Officer. See screenshot L for solution. I managed to steer to the first major character and I think she talked for at least fifteen minutes. I loved the music bit of it that isn't that long so don't worry as the music was beautiful and thought the guitar playing was great. Turn to the right and walk towards the wall and see the writing on the wall; WK. Part Making a Key Click on the casting forge on the table and note that you need clay, metal and the right temperature. Take the open crate that you took from the top of the open cupboard and place it in the elevator. See screenshot for location of dial P and the 6 positions you will need to move it in. Exit the area and head back to Diez Palencia. Click the button on the bottom edge of the music box to open. Look through the viewer and place your cursor on the right or left of the screen to toggle through the patterns.

The goal of the puzzle is to set the correct pattern of the kaleidoscope with the correct number using the clue given on the wall in the secret room. If an inventory item has a gear icon next to it, you can right-click to get a close-up or disassemble it. Speak to Arriaga and choose either response. See screenshot for solution. Head into the corner by the chain under the hole. Part 3: Francisco Speak to Isabel and exhaust all conversation. I did appreciate that one of the hard puzzles to work out kaleidoscope if you didn't want to work it out or take good enough notes you can just do it by trial and error. Click on the little table to the left of the bookshelves. To long of conversations. Walk away from the drying line and walk back. The passage is located on Page , The Book of Revelation Leave the area and head to the Diez Palencia.

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Set the dial to Toledk the direction of the AGON: The Lost Sword of Toledo line section on the bottom of the dial. Fill the crate with 2 scoops of dirt and bring it up in the elevator. See screenshot The Three Musketeers: Miladys Vengeance the second set of 3 solutions. If you miss any dialogue, all conversations are recorded in Toledk. The Alquerque board game is completely random. Leave the courtyard and click Tledo Iglesia San Pedro. See screenshot N for solution. Move forward to JamParty elevator and place the covered barrel in the elevator. Look down and slight left and click on the rug BugBits expose a hatch. His travels take him to 12 corners of the world where he has to learn the rules of a long-forgotten board game, if he beats the games he removes the spell from the families who guard them and eventually his goal is to exhibit them in the museum. Speak to Carmen at the Diez Palencia courtyard and exhaust all conversation. Although there is a recap in the main menu under extra features, so read oLst memories - then the story of AGON here is a brief edited part of that - Your character a professor from the British museum, embarks on a journey Lkst finding a mysterious anon letter, a few torn codex pages from an unknown artifact. Turn right and go forward one time.

If you played the game in Normal Mode, you can go back to the main menu and change it to Easy Mode. Note the steps to the Viennese Waltz that Ricardo recites; Forward, left, forward, right, right, left, forward, forward, right, right, forward, left, left, right, left. Look at the student log on the desk. And moving around the game gets boring and cumbersome. Head back to the Candelas II. Find the El Nenufar page and see that it was written by A. Also as there is a lot of dialogue you aren't moving that much and you move forwards with static arrows so it's only when you want to pan around it moves like that. The strategy is similar to playing checkers. What an imagination! So that's a few important clues I've probably missed by doing an initial scan around. It has a map and there is more help so you look less in the walktrhough site. This is one of the hardest games I've played, not due to backtracking or picking things up as it's not that kind of game but purely working out interactions.

The puzzles are mostly hard and mainly part of the AGON: The Lost Sword of Toledo not like mini puzzles though there is one at the beginning there is a long photo making interaction where you do get all the clues you need and each step isn't hard, it's just hard when you combine them all together and it's very involved and if like me have to redo huge sections so save often. To long of conversations. Head back to the Plaza de la Mancha. What an imagination! Walk away from the drying line and walk back. Exit the area and go to Candelas II in blue on the map under Amandas Sticker Book. Enter REV on the music box starting from the upper left and going clockwise. Look at the photos on the line and note the one of the tile. Date published: A lot of rooms with nothing in it. Head into the corner by the chain under the hole. Place either the chair or crate on top of one of the barrels and the remaining chair or crate in front of the barrels.


The chemicals on the shelves on the back wall are as marked; 5 — Developing Solution, 6 — Natrium Thiosulphate, and 7 — Natrium Carbonite. Exit the garden and go to the archway. Click on the door to open. Remove the dirt filled crate from the elevator. Exhaust all conversation. Get 40 ounces of water by using the CUP 10 OZ on the jug to the right of the sinks and emptying it in the right sink 4 times. I must take this opportunity to congratulate the developers, Private Moon Studios, for their greatly reverential treatment of religion and religious things. Set the dial to face the direction of the 5 line section on the bottom of the dial. Click on the casting molds to get a close-up. I really wanted to love this game.. Click on the hatch and see that it is locked. Climb back up the steps by clicking up high and you will get an arrow.

10 thoughts on “AGON: The Lost Sword of Toledo

  1. Click on the button on the bottom edge of the music box. We definitely have another hit! Part 2: The Music Box Head over to the left side of the bed and click on the music box.

  2. Look through the eye piece and see the patterns. Look at the student log on the desk. See screenshot for the first set of 3 solutions. Although there is a recap in the main menu under extra features, so read that memories - then the story of AGON here is a brief edited part of that - Your character a professor from the British museum, embarks on a journey after finding a mysterious anon letter, a few torn codex pages from an unknown artifact. It's a movie and you are part of it.

  3. Enter REV on the music box starting from the upper left and going clockwise. Stop when you hit the pattern for 6 in screenshot and exit the viewer. Move the barrel in the corner with a top to the left of the open barrel. Easter is on the Sunday after the full moon, which makes the date March 30, Take the ROPE from the crate.

  4. Part 1: Locate the Candelas Click-hold, turn right and head towards the man playing the guitar. Pick up a barrel from the corner and turn around. Pan left and go forward and click on each of the paintings on the floor next to the easel. Speak to the man at the pottery stand before the archway.

  5. Look at the lock on the gate and see that it a strange lock. I must take this opportunity to congratulate the developers, Private Moon Studios, for their greatly reverential treatment of religion and religious things. All LF adventure games are different and this is no exception, even very different to what the previous episodes games in this series. This makes a huge difference for me who can easily feel nausea with games as I can move my curser around the screen freely to see where I can move without the whole screen moving with me.

  6. Get 40 ounces of water by using the CUP 10 OZ on the jug to the right of the sinks and emptying it in the right sink 4 times. Click on the ladder. I think this game could be a good puzzle. Exit the area and head back to Diez Palencia. Leave the courtyard and click on Iglesia San Pedro.

  7. Exhaust all conversation. To get through the maze face the left after getting down in the sewer. Speak to the Father and exhaust all conversation.

  8. I don't recommend this game to you if you hate a lot of dialogue, don't like puzzles or hard puzzles. Exit the area and head back to Diez Palencia. You can take items but they will disappear from your inventory when you exit the room. Turn and click on the red lamp. I really got immersed in the game and identified myself with the professor; This was MY investigation and I had to get on top of it.

  9. Use the arrows on the inventory bar to scroll through the inventory. Exit the forge and speak with Francisco. Turn right and look up to see a hole in the ceiling in the corner. I loved this game. Head back up and empty the crate into the barrel of dirt.

  10. If an inventory item has a gear icon next to it, you can right-click to get a close-up or disassemble it. Exit the area and head to the forge, Candelas II. Exit the garden and go to the archway. Get 50 ounces of water by using the CUP 10 OZ on the jug to the right of the sinks and emptying it in the right sink 5 times. Look through the viewer and place your cursor on the right or left of the screen to toggle through the patterns.

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