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User Info: NINJAMONKEY1

NINJAMONKEY1
9 years ago#1
I just cant seem to figure out this puzzle on the memory core, how is this done? For those who don't remember, its 3 "memory cards" with 4 multisized blocks resembling a pyramid. I cant seem to find instructions on how to do this and have been struggling for almost an hour (yeah, I suck at puzzles) Can anyone explain this to me? I'd be suuuper appreciative, want to move on in this kickass game!
Producer...lol. The only thing she produced were boners-xxxGrImReApErxxx on the subject of Jade Raymond

User Info: Bone_Wolf

Bone_Wolf
9 years ago#2
If you look at the faq, it tells you the exact button sequence to push

User Info: TurambarGS

TurambarGS
9 years ago#3

Yeah, no worries, it's called the Pyramid puzzle or something like that (it's an actual puzzle that gets used a lot in cognitive testing, etc.). I can't remember the labels they used, so we'll call them X, Y, Z (from left to right). What you have to do is thus:

Move the top piece from X to Y
Move the second top piece from X to Z
Move the top piece from Y to Z
Move the third top piece from X to Y
Move the top piece from Z to X
Move the second top piece from Z to Y
Move the top piece from X to Y

... You should now have the bottom piece still on X and the rest of the pyramid on Y ...

Move the bottom piece from X to Z
Move the top piece from Y to Z
Move the second top piece from Y to X
Move the top piece from Z to X
Move the third top piece from Y to Z
Move the top piece from X to Y
Move the second top piece from X to Z
Move the top piece from Y to Z

... And that should solve your puzzle.

User Info: TurambarGS

TurambarGS
9 years ago#4
I think I recall that they had exactly the same puzzle in KOTOR - one of the puzzles in one of the Korriban tombs, except in that case they were rings, not blocks.

User Info: ajm317

ajm317
9 years ago#5
This puzzle is called the "Tower of Hanoi." Look it up on Wiki.

User Info: TurambarGS

TurambarGS
9 years ago#6
Well there you go - I knew it had a name. Maybe there's a quicker way of doing it than that I bashed out above - if there is, then I'm sure wiki will have it :P

User Info: NINJAMONKEY1

NINJAMONKEY1
9 years ago#7
Thanks, I just relised it was in the FAQ I was reading, but the faq first said: Solve the puzzle and move on, so I didnt think to look down and see the combo's for solving it *Looks down in shame*
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User Info: TurambarGS

TurambarGS
9 years ago#8
Was there a shorter way? I'm curious.

User Info: tezcatil

tezcatil
9 years ago#9
100 omni-gel FTW :)

User Info: TurambarGS

TurambarGS
9 years ago#10

One thing I have wondered, 100 OG guy - do you get the same amount of XP for omni-gelling the core as you do from solving the puzzle?

I've gotta say... I'm disappointed, very disappointed that there weren't more KOTOR style problems in the game - those things I found so much fun - I've still got the notepad beside the computer here which has all of my working out from playing through KOTOR and KOTOR II's problems years ago.

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