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AnneiWin
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Do you enjoy Escape Rosecliff Island? Need game hints? Discuss away!

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ponycarmom
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i love this game! it's hidden object, but it's got match 3, and word search, which i haven't seen in a game before, puzzle's to solve, can i buy this game on a cd without joining a monthly club? if so how much will it cost?  
goofyduck1
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ponycarmom. If you liked Rosecliff, you probably would also like Msytery PI - The Lottery Ticket, Mystery PI - Las Vegas Heist, Mystery PI - New York, Amazing Adventures - The Lost Tomb, and Amazing Adventures Around the World. They all come from the same people that made Rosecliff. The same kind of play, mini puzzles, hint system, extra items like chips, keys, locks, etc., to find. I have them all and love them all.  
GranB1954
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Fantastic Game!!! I enjoy the game, especially on the untimed relax mode with unlimited hints. This game is challenging which I like. I also like the fact that each you get through the entire game successfully then decide to play it again, the objects you have to search for change somewhat ... a few of the objects may remain in the same places where they were the previous time that you played but most of them change.

Being the mother of 17 children, 14 of which are grown, our youngest 3 children live at home, and 8 grandchildren with #9 due early this fall, I play Escape Rosecliff Island to relax and enjoy myself. Mystery PI games are also great with a few of the same objects as in Escape Rosecliff Island. I buy the games with a CD just in case we get a virus in our computer and lose the game entirely.

Even the best antivirus software in the world does not keep out 100% of the computer viruses. We found this out the hard way when we had the best antivirus software manufactured then got a Trojan Horse virus in our computer. By the time our antivirus software detected the virus, it was too late ... all our information & games were completely permanently gone.  
goofyduck1
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Hi 'rush. You have to look at the markings that are carved on the boat. Each carving has an arrow that is pointing in a certain direction.
Each dial has a particular symbol on it as well. When you match the symbol with the carving, you will know in which direction the dial needs to go in.
There is only one carving that does not have a symbol on it and that is the number 3. However, if you look around the boat you will see a heart with the number 3 next to it. That will be the position for that dial. Hope this helps.
 
goofyduck1
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Let me know if the boat tips worked.  
cardoza48
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Im at level 21. When does this game end? How many levels? The gameplay is great, but
looking through the same rooms over and over is getting frustrating.  
goofyduck1
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If I am not mistaken there are 25 levels to the game.  
rjtaba
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goofyduck1 wrote:Hi 'rush. You have to look at the markings that are carved on the boat. Each carving has an arrow that is pointing in a certain direction.
Each dial has a particular symbol on it as well. When you match the symbol with the carving, you will know in which direction the dial needs to go in.
There is only one carving that does not have a symbol on it and that is the number 3. However, if you look around the boat you will see a heart with the number 3 next to it. That will be the position for that dial. Hope this helps.


That's for this tip; I just bought the game and couldn't get the boat started until I read your message.  
amurtig1
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all arrows pointed in the right direction on the dash, but it still don't start. What am I doing wrong?
 
amurtig1
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goofyduck1 wrote:Hi 'rush. You have to look at the markings that are carved on the boat. Each carving has an arrow that is pointing in a certain direction.
Each dial has a particular symbol on it as well. When you match the symbol with the carving, you will know in which direction the dial needs to go in.
There is only one carving that does not have a symbol on it and that is the number 3. However, if you look around the boat you will see a heart with the number 3 next to it. That will be the position for that dial. Hope this helps.


I've done as you said, but what the heck am i DOING WRONG? some of the carving are numbers with no arrows like the olines #7. I'm so confussed.  

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goofyduck1
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Once you have turned all the dials to the right position (think clock positions), you need to push all three red buttons to start the boat. Did you push the red buttons? I don't know if the puzzle is random as far as which markings to use, but here is what I got from it the last time I played. Use the marking on the stearing wheel inner spoke on the right, and the marking right below the spoke, the marking on the bottom of the the round grid to the left of the 3 red buttons, the markings directly above the round grid, and the markings right above those, and the markings on the metal box to the slight left above the box with the red lever. When I played it last, the first dial (moon) was in the (again think clock) 3 position, the second dial was in the 3 position, the third dial (star) was in the 3 position, the fourth dial was in the 12 position and the last dial (heart) was in the 3 position. Then push all three red buttons to start the boat. Try that and see if it works. Let us know if it doesn't.

I'm in the process of playing the game again so I will let you know if it is random, or if it comes up with the same combo of symbols and dial positions.
 

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amurtig1
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This is so embarrassing. I'me positive I'e followed your directionws exasctly, but still something wrong.
I'm at the computer right now, can you help me?  
amurtig1
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goofyduck1 wrote:Hi 'rush. You have to look at the markings that are carved on the boat. Each carving has an arrow that is pointing in a certain direction.
Each dial has a particular symbol on it as well. When you match the symbol with the carving, you will know in which direction the dial needs to go in.
There is only one carving that does not have a symbol on it and that is the number 3. However, if you look around the boat you will see a heart with the number 3 next to it. That will be the position for that dial. Hope this helps.


itytyty Got that darn boat working. I feel so dumb. TY for the continuing instructions  
 
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