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Doors and Rooms Chapter 3 Silent Hospital Walkthrough

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12 thoughts on “Doors and Rooms Chapter 3 Silent Hospital Walkthrough”

  1. I cannot understand how you get 3/2/1. At point 8 from the last item in the inventory
    Nor how you get 679etc from the microscope

  2. I agree, Don, I can’t figure out how those numbers are arrived at. I know they correspond to the microscope #’ but Im not sure how the arrangement is made., Also, Z never got the crayon out of the draw

  3. I agree, Don, I can’t figure out how those numbers are arrived at. I know they correspond to the microscope #’ but Im not sure how the arrangement is made., Also, Z never got the crayon out of the draw

  4. CRAP,can’t understand anything . Value of those cells will be 2,2,1.how did u get 3,2,1 ? Also, how did u match RH-O,A etc. with other numbers.

  5. It is calculated like this…on the clue sheet, it says 12, 14& 10.
    And u will have the blood cell type value to a ? Mark. When u substitute the values of 1, 2 & 3 respectively with the number of cells in each sample , the sum will give that number.
    let us call the 3 type of cells as WBC – that is white, RBC-that is filled & star for other.
    let’s take picture 3, there are 3 WBC & 1 star..sum it up by equating value as 3 & 1 = 9+1
    similarly for 14 & 12. Good luck

  6. To get the 3, 2, 1 takes some algebra. I didn’t get it until I came here. The puzzle treats the three different shapes as variables, the values of which you have to determine. The puzzle only gives you the sum of the “numbers” in the picture. For example, in the first picture from the left, there are two of each variable. Knowing the values from the walk through I can tell that this means the equation is (2×1)+(2×2)+(2×3). Simplified, the equation becomes 2+4+6. The answer is 12, which is the sum the puzzle provides. I have no idea how one would get to this answer without more information.

    From there, getting the other set of numbers is simple. Just add up the values of the variables in each of the samples provided under the microscope. By looking at the test chart on the counter you can see the blood types of the people who provided the samples, hence you now know the number corresponding to each blood type. The door pad lists some blood types in sequence. Punch in the corresponding numbers and open the door.

  7. To get the 3, 2, 1 takes some algebra. I didn’t get it until I came here. The puzzle treats the three different shapes as variables, the values of which you have to determine. The puzzle only gives you the sum of the “numbers” in the picture. For example, in the first picture from the left, there are two of each variable. Knowing the values from the walk through I can tell that this means the equation is (2×1)+(2×2)+(2×3). Simplified, the equation becomes 2+4+6. The answer is 12, which is the sum the puzzle provides. I have no idea how one would get to this answer without more information.

    From there, getting the other set of numbers is simple. Just add up the values of the variables in each of the samples provided under the microscope. By looking at the test chart on the counter you can see the blood types of the people who provided the samples, hence you now know the number corresponding to each blood type. The door pad lists some blood types in sequence. Punch in the corresponding numbers and open the door.

  8. Ibrahim, the way you arrive at the 31371 is by placing the spinal column (Shadow) on the podium. Once you do that, it casts a shadow on the screen from the projector. Look at a close-up of the screen and in the lower right-hand corner you will see the shadow of the Shadow. The numbers are distorted and in gray so they are a bit challenging to see but they read from top to bottom in a column.

  9. Ibrahim, the way you arrive at the 31371 is by placing the spinal column (Shadow) on the podium. Once you do that, it casts a shadow on the screen from the projector. Look at a close-up of the screen and in the lower right-hand corner you will see the shadow of the Shadow. The numbers are distorted and in gray so they are a bit challenging to see but they read from top to bottom in a column.

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