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 WARNING! This walkthrough/FAQ contains spoilers! Heck, I even manage to spoil
 the end of The Fifth Element and part of Die Hard 3. Nothing is safe. Beware!
                             READ AT YOUR OWN RISK!

     Also, this walkthrough is not applicable for the Nintendo DS version.
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          This guide conforms to 79-character-per-line specifications.
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Author:  BaronFirespawn
Updated: 9/4/2010
Version: 1.4

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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01. Legal Information [LEGL]
02. Version History   [HIST]
03. Controls          [CTRL]
04. Level One         [LVL1]
05. Level Two         [LVL2]
06. Level Three       [LVL3]
07. Level Four        [LVL4]
08. Level Five        [LVL5]
09. Letters           [LTRS]
10. Summary           [RATE]
11. FAQ               [FAQS]
12. Credits           [CRED]

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Section 01 - Legal Information                                           [LEGL]

This guide is the sole property of me, BaronFirespawn, hereinafter referred to
as "the author." This guide may not be reproduced or copied in any way without
the express written permission of the author. This guide may not be sold (even
if not for profit) except by the author.

At this time, this guide may only be found at:
    www.gamefaqs.com (the most up-to-date version will be found here first)
    www.neoseeker.com
    www.supercheats.com
    www.gamershell.com

These sites have permission to use the GameFAQs version if the author does not
upload it himself to their respective websites within a few days.

As the author gives the guides to other sites, this section will be updated.

Basically, tell me if you're going to use this for something other than playing
this game. I worked hard on it and I'd like to know where it is.

All other trademarks are property of their respective companies.

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Section 02 - Version History                                             [HIST]

Version 1.4 - 9/4/2010
    Simplified the sliding puzzle solutions.
    Updated credits.
    Reordered the version history so that the most recent version comes first.

Version 1.3 - 5/16/2010
    Proofread the Legal Information section and made some corrections.
    Made the first sliding puzzle solution easier to read. I don't know how I
    forgot to do so the first time.
    www.gamershell.com was given permission to host the walkthrough.

Version 1.2 - 5/10/2010
    Explained how to solve the second-to-last puzzle and gave credit.
    Added an actual question to the FAQ section.
    Made the sliding puzzle solutions easier to read.
    Fixed the second sliding puzzle solution.
    Clarified some sections.
    Updated the Legal Information section because I'm lazy.
    Minor grammatical corrections.
    
Version 1.1 - 6/13/2008
    Found out that I should really be conforming to 79-character-per-line
    standards instead of 80-character-per-line standards. *sigh*. Fixed
    some small spelling errors.
    www.neoseeker.com was given perimssion to host the walkthrough.
    www.supercheats.com was given permission to host the walkthrough.

Version 1.0 (first version) - 6/11/2008
    Began walkthrough. Pulled it off in one sitting. Finished around 3:30AM the
    next morning. No sleep that night.
    www.gamefaqs.com was given permission to host the walkthrough.
    
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Section 03 - Controls                                                    [CTRL]

Point and click. That's it. When you see a hand, that means you can move. A
hand holding a wrench indicates an action can be taken. A hand holding a 
magnifying glass indicates that you can examine something. The game allows 360 
degree rotation by moving the mouse around. Try not to get motion sickness.

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Section 04 - Level One                                                   [LVL1]

The game begins with a cutscene. (Get used to the bad voice acting; it's there
through the entire game.) Once Holmes enters the mansion, the game begins.

[FOYER]
Examine the sarcophagi. Note the dates of the eras.

The door to the next room is locked, so we should look for the key.

There are two lions at the entrance, one on each side of the door. Examine the
one on the left (when you're facing the door). A secret panel pops open.

-- START PUZZLE --
OK 2200
MK 1650
NK 1069
LD 0332

PRESS BUTTON ON RIGHT
--  END PUZZLE  --

Go over to the stairs and get the key.

Walk over to the door and unlock it. Before entering into the next room, turn
around and look in the potted plant. You should find a seal of Anubis.

Now enter the next room.


[KHAEPASETH MUMMY ROOM]
Turn to your left and walk towards the door.

Take the seal of Thot from behind the statue.

Move over to the mummy of Khaepaseth.

Look straight down and you will see a toolbox. Open it.

Grab the oil can, hammer, and screwdriver.

Walk to the door that was to your right when you entered the room.

Turn to your right and grab the tie pin from under the stool.

Go through the doors on your left (the ones you're right next to).


[AMENOPHIS STATUE ROOM]
Walk up to the statue of Amenophis and turn left. Take the seal of Selket,
located on the floor betweeen the statue of the dog and the display case.

Walk towards the doors and take the bandage from the one in front of you.

Go back to the Khaepaseth Mummy Room.


[KHAEPASETH MUMMY ROOM]
Go straight and walk through the doors in front of you.


[EGYPTIAN GODS ROOM]
At the far end of the room is a really big rock with heiroglyphics on it. Walk
over to it and take the seal of Bes from behind it.

Behind you are sarcophagi. Walk over to them.

The one right in front of you slides over. Move it to reveal a locked storage
space. The lock is old, so you could just break it... 

Use the screwdriver to break the lock.

Open the compartment and take the key.

Oil the lock of the door that is to the right of the big rock.

Use the key to unlock the door. Enter the room.


[DUSTY ROOM]
Ooh, a mirror! Let's have a look, shall we? Hey look, a mummy. Anyway...

To the right of the mirror (your right when you're facing the mirror) are some
boxes. Walk over to them.

Use the hammer on the box closest to you.

Take the big gear, medium gear, small gear, seal of Nout, and the wood from
the top.

Walk over to the cupboard and use the tie pin to pick the lock.

Take the whiskey bottle and leave the room.


[EGYPTIAN GODS ROOM]
Leave the room.


[KHAEPASETH MUMMY ROOM]
Head to the room with the Statue of Amenophis.


[AMENOPHIS STATUE ROOM]
The door on the left and the end of the room has four seals on it. We have five
seals. Time to solve another puzzle...

-- START PUZZLE --
Seal of Anubis (Dog head facing right)
Seal of Thot   (Ibis head facing left)
Seal of Nout   (Woman bending over)
Seal of Bes    (Two heads)
--  END PUZZLE  --

Enter the next room.


[STUDY]
To your right is a desk with a telephone on it. Go over to it.

Take the newspaper and the magazine.

Now walk over to the other desk.

Take the matches from on top of the books and use them on the candle.

Go over to the heater.

There's a weird box with gears on it next to the heater, but it's missing a few
gears. Put the big gear, middle gear, and small gear on the box to finish the
chain.

Open the heater and put in the newspaper, wood, and whiskey. Light the heater
and watch the cutscene.

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Section 05 - Level Two                                                   [LVL2]

Directly to your right behind a column is a big blue history book. Grab it.
Notice how some bookcases have all one color book? We'll be using those for
this next puzzle.

-- START PUZZLE --
GET BLUE BOOK.

GO UPSTAIRS.

REPLACE BLUE BOOK WITH GREEN BOOK (2nd shelf from bottom, far right side)

REPLACE GREEN BOOK WITH RED BOOK (2nd shelf from bottom, far left side)

GO DOWNSTAIRS.

REPLACE RED BOOK WITH GRAY BOOK (2nd shelf from bottom, far right side)

REPLACE GRAY BOOK WITH BLACK BOOK (2nd shelf from bottom, 4th from left)

GO UPSTAIRS.

REPLACE BLACK BOOK WITH YELLOW BOOK (2nd shelf from bottom, far right side)

GO DOWNSTAIRS.

REPLACE YELLOW BOOK WITH GRAY BOOK (2nd shelf from bottom, far left side)

REPLACE GRAY BOOK WITH BIG GRAY BOOK (3rd shelf from bottom, 7th from right)


GET KEY.
--  END PUZZLE  --

Key in hand, head back up the stairs and unlock the door to your left.

Enter the hallway.


[HALLWAY]
Walk straight through the doors in front of you.


[LIVING ROOM]
You're facing some doors. Why? I don't know. Sherlock seems to have walked into
the room backwards... no matter. Turn to your left and examine the glass case.

Momphis XI has gone missing... and left some sand in his place.

Move over to the sofa and read the letter under the table.

Move over to the picture of the tree and turn to the desk to the left of it.

In the cabinet under the desk there is a pipe cleaner. Grab it.

Leave the room.


[HALLWAY]
Go down the hall and enter the first door on your right.


[STUDY]
Turn left and grab the book from under the dresser. It's a fake register!

Walk forward and... hey, why is there a fire lit? I thought this place was
supposed to be deserted...

Look out the window. What the...? There's a man jumping around on the roof!

Turn around and take the letter of resignation from the desk. So everyone has
resigned? Then who let us in...?

Leave the room.


[HALLWAY]
Look down and to your right. You should see something shiny. Pick it up.
It's a fork!

Go back into the study.


[STUDY]
Walk over to the painting of the safari that's hanging above the fireplace.

Examine the painting.

In the bottom center of the painting, there is a small black splotch. It's
actually a crack.

Use the fork on the crack to reveal a hiidden area!

Take the real register and the cane.

Leave the room again.


[HALLWAY]
Take a right and enter the door on your right.


[BATHROOM]
Walk over to the sink and grab the soap.

Turn to your left and... there's water in the bathtub. Investigate.

The water is still warm! We shouldn't leave water lying around and nobody's
using it now, so let's pull the plug. Look in the bottom of the tub.

There's sand there. No doubt the same sand from the living room... let's leave.

Leave the room.


[HALLWAY]
Take a left and head to the Living Room.


[LIVING ROOM]
Walk over to the Lion head and use the cane on it.

Take the package.

Open the inventory and click the package to unwrap it. You now have four oddly
shaped pieces and a ribbon.

Turn to your right and go over to the lavender drapes. Pull them back to reveal
a locked door.

Place the fake register under the door.

Use the soap on the lock.

Use the pipe cleaner on the lock.

Take the key and unlock the door. Enter.


[BEDROOM]
Very Egypt-y. Go over to the bed. There will be a desk with an incomplete
puzzle on top of it. Fit the wooden pieces in starting on the left and work
clockwise.

-- START PUZZLE --
 _
|_|>

 __
|__|

<|

 _
|_|

OPEN THE DRAWER.
--  END PUZZLE  --

Take the letters from the drawer.

Turn around and walk one step forwards. You should now be next to an Egyptian
picture and Lord Montcalfe's hat. The hat is not important, but the picture is.

-- START PUZZLE --
POKE THE BIG EYE.
POKE THE WOMAN WITH THE ANKH.
POKE THE CAT.
POKE THE MAN WITH THE STAFF.
--  END PUZZLE  --

Take the scepter.

Look up at the fan. There's something on its blade.

Ignoring all common sense, you can't use the scepter to get the object on the
blade. However, you CAN turn the fan on...

Use the scepter on the white button on the fan.

Oh no, the jar that was on the fan blade broke! Go investigate.

Get the scarab beetle from the floor.

Leave the room and go back into the hallway.


[HALLWAY]
Go to the Study.


[STUDY]
Walk up to the desk and click on the left side (with the white circles on it).
It will swing open.

Use the scarab beetle on the wheel closest to you, then turn the T-bar.

Click to reveal another hidden area!

Read the two letters and try to get the last item, which Sherlock doesn't want
because he is not familiar with it.

Turn to your left and walk to the hallway door, but do not leave yet.

To the right of the door is a small box. Click on it.

Ah, an infamous sliding puzzle! The easiest way to do this is to break the
puzzle in half and do half at a time. I will do the top half then the bottom
half.

NOTE: for this puzzle, I am going to use the following numbers:
01 02 03 04
05 06 07 08
09 10 11 12
13 14 15 16
The numbers correspond to the spaces where the boxes go, not the boxes
themselves. For example, at the start, clicking on 12 will move the box to 16.
Clicking on 12 a second time will do nothing because there is no box there.
Get it?

-- START PUZZLE --
15, 11, 10, 09, 13
14, 10, 09, 13, 14
10, 06, 05, 09, 10
06, 02, 01, 05, 06
07, 03, 02, 06, 07
03, 04, 08, 07, 03
04, 08

TOP ROW DONE

07, 06, 05, 09, 13
14, 10, 06, 05, 09
13, 14, 15, 11, 07
06, 10, 11, 12, 16
15, 11, 12, 16, 15
11, 07, 08, 12, 11
10, 14, 15, 16, 12
11, 07, 08, 12

SECOND ROW DONE

11, 15, 14, 13, 09
10, 11, 15, 16, 12
11, 10, 14, 15, 11
10, 14, 15, 16, 12
11, 15, 14, 10, 11
15

THIRD ROW DONE

16

FOURTH ROW DONE

--  END PUZZLE  --
I know it looks like a lot of work, but it's still easier than what I had
originally, and it's better than the other walkthrough I read that said "Do
it on your own. :)"

Get the key.

Leave the room.


[HALLWAY]
Go to the Living Room.


[LIVING ROOM]
Use the key on the cupboard.

Get the fake scepter.

Leave the room.


[HALLWAY]
Go over to the "not ancient" statue.

Use the scepter and the fake scepter on the statue.

Click the statue and watch the cutscene.

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Section 06 - Level 3                                                     [LVL3]

[WINE CELLAR]
To your right is a wine rack, seven squares wide and five squares high. We'll
call that "Rack A." Next to Rack A is another rack, four squares wide and five
squares high. We'll call that "Rack B".

The squares of Rack A will be numbered
A01 A02 A03 A04 A05 A06 A07
A08 A09 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14
A15 A16 A17 A18 A19 A20 A21
A22 A23 A24 A25 A26 A27 A28
A29 A30 A31 A32 A33 A34 A35

The squares of Rack B will be numbered
B01 B02 B03 B04
B05 B06 B07 B08
B09 B10 B11 B12
B13 B14 B15 B16
B17 B18 B19 B20

Get the stick from the top-right corner of A27.

Grab the bottle of Spain Vine from the middle of A28.

Walk forward along the rack one step and grab the bottle of Bourgogne from the
middle of A11.

Directly two shelves to the left of that at A09 is a bottle of Touraine. Grab
it.

Turn left. On the top right shelf there is a bottle of Bordeaux at the middle
of B4. Grab it.

Walk forward one more step along the rack.

Turn left and walk one more step.

On the far left shelf, second from top (at eye level) is a bunch of Liqueur.
Grab a bottle and you'll also get a bottle of Gin that was hidden among them.

Go over to the table that is to the left of the door you entered.

Grab the matches and water flask from the table (the water flask is to the
right of the plate, next to the brown round thing).

Look down and you'll see another stick next to the stool.

Walk between the kegs (I mean WINE CASKS... yeah... >.>) and grab the hammer
from between the two on the bottom on the far right that are against the wall.

Go back to the table and lift the matress.

Use the hammer to bash open the trapdoor.

Grab the statue.

Go over to the board with holes.

On the side of the board facing the wine rack, there is an empty bottle halfway
down on the right side. Grab it.

Walk over to either side of the board and look inside. Grab the rag.

Go to the other side and grab the other rag.

Go back to the shelf where you took all of the Liqueur.

SAVE YOUR GAME.

Place the Bordeaux on the shelf, then the Bourgogne, then the Touraine, then
the Spain Vine, then the Liqueur.

The shelf will descend and another puzzle will pop up.

IT'S ANOTHER SLIDING PUZZLE! YAY!

NOTE: This one's only 3x3. I'll be using the numbers

1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9

Same as last time, the numbers represent the spaces, not the boxes.

-- START PUZZLE --
03, 02, 01, 04, 07
08, 05, 06, 09, 08
05, 02, 01, 04, 07
08, 05

PRESS THE SILVER BUTTON.
--  END PUZZLE  --

Use the rag on the stick, then use the gin on the stick, then use the matches
on the stick. You now have a torch!

Walk over to the kegs and use the torch on the wall next to the kegs.


[LAB]
Walk over to the center table and examine everything.

Walk to the table against the far wall and read all the notes.

Grab the chair and place it to the left of the desk.

You need two keys to open the drawer...

Walk over to the door to your right. Look down and take the sand.

Go over to the table with the green gunk and the test tubes on it. Read the
notes, then walk toward the cupboard.

Look down and to your left and you should see a key in a box. Take it.

Walk over to the door.

Next to the cupboard and the door is a small pot. Break the pot with the
hammer.

Take the key.

Turn right and walk forward.

Look under the center table and grab the oil flask.

Go over to the desk and stand on the chair to get a third key.

SAVE YOUR GAME.

Examine the drawer.

-- START PUZZLE --
PLACE THE YELLOW KEY WITH THE "G" IN THE RIGHT LOCK.
PLACE THE YELLOW KEY WITH THE "C" IN THE LEFT LOCK.
PRESS THE OUTER ARROWS.
PRESS THE TURN BUTTON.
--  END PUZZLE  --

Incidentally, if you mess up, the drawer explodes and you die.

Use the oil flask on the door to the left of the drawer.

Use the last key on the door to the left of the drawer.


[STORAGE ROOM]
You should be able to see a really tiny speck of orange. Walk towards it and
take it... it's an oil lamp!

Go back to the door and turn right so that your back is to the tattered cloth.

Walk along the shelving until you see an oil flask behind another big rock with
heiroglyphics.

Use the oil flask on the oil lamp.

Note the urns that are decorated with cobras. If you've ever seen The Fifth
Element, you're about to reinact the scene where they save the world using 
the elements and the stones.

For those of you who haven't seen The Fifth Element, I just spoiled the second
coolest scene in the movie (the first being the shootout). Sorry... >.>

Anyway, the urns are arranged like this:

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|  droplet                                           triangle  |
|                                                              |
|                                                              |
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|                                                              |
|                                                              |
|                          nothing                             |
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|                                                              |
|  flame                                              swirl    |
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|________________________________________________________\_____|
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                                                       door

-- START PUZZLE --
PLACE THE EMPTY BOTTLE IN THE SWIRL URN.
PLACE THE SAND IN THE TRIANGLE URN.
PLACE THE MATCHES IN THE FLAME URN.
PLACE THE WATER FLASK IN THE DROPLET URN.

GO OVER TO THE DOOR.

S
V
K
--  END PUZZLE  --

Grab the statuette of Anubis from under the flame urn.

Leave the room.


[LAB]
Enter the door to the right of the desk.


[ROTATING ROOM]
Click in the center of the room until you can reach two of the statues.

Click on the statues and then click in the center of the room until you get to
the other side.

Click on those statues. Once you have reached all four statues, a panel will 
pop open, revealing yet another Anubis statuette.

Click towards the center of the room until you actually are at the center of
the room. Then click between the two statues that are parallel to the door you
came through (they'd be to your left when you entered the room).

Turn around and read the gold plate.

  It is better than God
It is worse than the Devil
     Poors get plenty
       Rich need it
    If we eat it we die
       What is it?

The answer, of course, is "nothing."

Leave the room.


[LAB]
Enter the Storage Room.


[STORAGE ROOM]
Use the Brahman seal on the middle urn (the one with "nothing" on it).

Leave the room.


[LAB]
SAVE YOUR GAME!

Go back to the Rotating Room.


[ROTATING ROOM]
Make your way back to the door with the gold plate and go in.


[DUSTY EGYPTIAN ROOM]
Walk over to the big tub of water to your left.

Click on the tub and two vials wil appear on your screen - one that can hold
5 units and one that can hold 3 units. Guess what you get to do? Get 4 units!
Die Hard 3, anyone?

NOTE: click on the vials to put the buckets down. To empty a bucket, click on
the crack between the tub and the scale.

-- START PUZZLE --
FILL THE SMALL BUCKET.
EMPTY THE SMALL BUCKET INTO THE BIG BUCKET.
FILL THE SMALL BUCKET.
EMPTY THE SMALL BUCKET INTO THE BIG BUCKET.
EMPTY THE BIG BUCKET.
EMPTY THE SMALL BUCKET INTO THE BIG BUCKET.
FILL THE SMALL BUCKET.
EMPTY THE SMALL BUCKET INTO THE BIG BUCKET.
PLACE THE BIG BUCKET ON THE SCALE.
--  END PUZZLE  --

A chessboard raises up. Place one statuette on each corner of the board.

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Section 07 - Level 4                                                     [LVL4]

[DUSTY EQYPTIAN ROOM]
We start level 4 with a timed puzzle, so SAVE YOUR GAME! Fun...

NOTE: if one bucket doesn't work, use the other one. The timer will reset after
you cover the first scorpion, but you should still hurry.

-- START PUZZLE --
GRAB THE BUCKETS NEAR THE WATER TUB.
COVER THE SCORPION WITH A BUCKET.
GO TO THE DOOR.
MOVE BEHIND THE CHESS PUZZLE.
PLACE THE OTHER BUCKET ON THE OTHER SCORPION.
GRAB THE WOODEN PLANK. (the really long one next to the bucket you just placed)
GRAB PARKEY'S BAG.
--  END PUZZLE  --

*phew* Stupid timed puzzles...

Go into the Rotating Room (which no longer rotates)


[ROTATING ROOM]
Use the plank to cross the gap to your right.

Grab the chain that's on the wall.

Turn to your right and look down. Grab the gear that's at the feet of the
statue.

Cross back over the plank and walk to the middle of the room.

Look straight up and use the chain on the ring on the ceiling.

Click on the hole in the wall next to the door to the lab.


[WINE CELLAR]
Walk forward one step.

Click on the knob of the barrel that is directly behind you (the one that fell
over).

Use the bag to collect the gunpowder (after you remove the note from the bag).

Walk up to the table and grab the lantern.

Turn around and take the paint brush from the top of the keg closest to the
thing that looks like a closed-up doorway.

Walk over to the huge mess of broken wine bottles and take one of the bottles.
Shame about all that wine... *sob*

Turn around and face the brick wall that used to be a door.

Examine the door.

Use the paintbrush on the keystone (the big one on the top) to reveal the
number 3. Time to get out of here.

-- START PUZZLE --
CLICK THE BOTTOM RIGHT STONE.
CLICK EVERY THIRD STONE, GOING COUNTER-CLOCKWISE.
INCLUDE THE KEYSTONE IN YOUR COUNTING!
YOUR LAST STONE SHOULD BE THE SECOND FROM THE BOTTOM ON THE LEFT.
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  >| |         |_|
   |_|         | |
   |_|         |_|
   | |         | |
   |_|         |_|<
  >| |         |_|
   |_|         |_|
   |_|         |_|<

--  END PUZZLE  --


[FOYER]
Go over to the table (where the Old Kingdom mummy was) and read the note on the
floor.

We'll go upstairs... but not yet. Go back over to the chandelier and use the
lantern on the one remaining candle.

Go halfway up the stairs and take the hairpin from the first step.

Walk over to the mirrored cabinet that is next to the lion on the right of the
door.

Use the hairpin on the cabinet (have fun pixel-hunting, it's roughly the 
middle of the mirror) to get the dirty paper.

Go over to the chandelier and use the dirty paper on the lit candle.

Go halfway up the stairs and use the lantern on the unlit space to the right of
the painting.

NOTE: Click above and below the levers to move them.

-- START PUZZLE --
SET ALL THREE LEVERS TO DOWN
MOVE THE MIDDLE LEVER UP TWO TO THE TOP
MOVE THE LEFT AND RIGHT LEVERS UP ONE TO THE MIDDLE
--  END PUZZLE  --

Go up the stairs and turn left.

Open the doors to reveal... a wall.

Click on the wall to return to the Hallway.


[HALLWAY]
To the right of where Montcalfe's room was (which is now on fire), there is a
painting on the floor. Examine it to get some hooks and a secret message.

YLDU OLIC UFFU WIYT INO
*** **** ****
** *** ***

Behind you, another painting - again, to the right of the door - has another
secret message.

    EGYPT
WILL HELP YOU

Down the hall, a third painting of a man on a white horse reveals yet
another secret message.

UTLNLH NHITAI DEGHCN ERIEEE REOPSS
*****
*** ********
*** ***** ******

Enter the Living Room.


[LIVING ROOM]
This room is filled with smoke! If you stay here too long, Sherlock will die.
There is a blue timer on the right side of the screen. If it gets too low,
leave the room and the timer will reset.

Walk over to the door to the bedroom and use the broken bottle on the bottom
of the right-hand curtain.

Go over to the cross shield (in front of the couch) and examine it.

-- START PUZZLE --
YOU WILL FIND
IF YOU CUT
(nothing on this line)
UNDER
THE RELIGION
THE PLACE SHINES
--  END PUZZLE  --

Back out of the puzzle and click on it again. It will raise up and reveal a
mirror. Examine the mirror.

You will see a red X next to the family tree.

Go over to the fireplace and take the spearhead from the ground on the left
side.

Use the spearhead where the X was in the mirror.

Grab the three weights, the key, and the letter.

Leave the room.


[HALLWAY]
Go into the Study.


[STUDY]
SAVE YOUR GAME!

Examine the clock to the left of the door (your left as you enter).

Attatch the hooks to the bottoms of the three weights.

Place the gear behind the center of the clock so that it's touching the other
gear.

Place the colored weights on the hooks in this order:
GOLD  BLUE  SILVER

Use the key to wind the clock.

Go over to the tiny door to the right of the desk. Place the bag of gunpowder
on the handle and then use the lantern on the bag.

Lord Montcalfe, I presume?

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Section 08 - Level 5                                                     [LVL5]

[LIBRARY]
SAVE YOUR GAME!

Also, don't touch the railings; they've been electrified.

Go over to the bookshelf with all the blue books. To the left of that shelf is
another shelf (obviously) with a big blue book on it.

Touch that book to reveal what is making the railing electrified.

Take the shovel and remove the coal from the machine.

Flip the switch on the right side of the kettle-like thing.

Go over to the door to the hallway and look down.

Examine the rifle. Closely. The mummy left fingerprints!

Go down the stairs.

Turn around and grab the ladder that SOMEHOW fits in your pocket.

Go over to the bookshelf with the red books and use the ladder on it.

Climb the ladder and move the red books aside.

Grab the dynamite user's guide and the receipt for explosives.

To the right, near a stack of books, is a pipette.

Leave the room and go back to the study (the one from Level 1)


[STUDY]
Take the candle from the desk.

Leave the room.


[AMENOPHIS STATUE ROOM]
Take the knife from the shattered case.

On the other side of the dog statue is a marble urn. Move it and grab the
batcher.

There is a broken case with two stones in it. Use the knife on the bottom
drawer and get the squares.

Leave the room.


[KHAEPASETH MUMMY ROOM]
Use the knife to open the drawers and take the squares.

Go over to the side of the mummy that doesn't have the box (the one where you
first got the hammer and the screwdriver, remember?).

Look down and pick up the axe.

Leave the room.


[EGYPTIAN GODS ROOM]
Use the knife to open all of the drawers and grab the bowls and squares.

Take the oil lamp from where the statues of the gods were.

Return to the Khaepaseth Mummy Room.


[KHAEPASETH MUMMY ROOM]
Grab the oil flask from the door to the Foyer.

Return to the Amenophis Statue Room.


[AMENOPHIS STATUE ROOM]
Go into the study.


[STUDY]
Turn to your right and approach the biggest puzzle in the game.

NOTE: I have no idea how to actually fill this one out, but you are NOT
on your own here. It seems the programmers left in a little easter egg
that we can use to beat the puzzle really quickly...

-- START PUZZLE --
CLICK ANYWHERE NOT ON THE PUZZLE.
THE PUZZLE SHOULD START TO FILL ITSELF IN.
CLICK UNTIL THE PUZZLE IS DONE.
CHANGE ONE OF THE BLOCKS.
CHANGE IT BACK.
--  END PUZZLE  --

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           Contribution By A Fellow Reader And Wonderful Human Being
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It is called (according to my logic puzzle magazines) "logic art"  the numbers 
tell how many of the spaces and how many in a row/column  are filled in.  for 
example:  if the number next to a row is 25,  then there will be one long row 
of 25 squares filled in.  if there are two or more numbers like 13, 4, 4,  then
there will be one string of 13 in a row and two more of 4 and 4 always with at
least one unfilled square in between them.
 
the strategy to this game is to work logically from what you know to what you 
don't know.
tatoeba: if there are 25 squares in a row and the number on the side of the row
 is 20.
first count from the beginning of the row till you reach there twentieth 
square.  that is the limit that it could be to the left.   then do the same 
from the right.  all the overlap squares definitely have to be filled in.  In 
this case we would have 15 squares in the middle filled in.  from there we can
look at a column and use one of those filled in squares to extrapolate some of 
what can and can not be true. again, if the columns have 25 squares apiece and 
the only number is 8, then the filled-in squares cannot stray more than seven 
from that one we already filled in.   and so forth.

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Grab the lever.

Leave the room.


[AMENOPHIS STATUE ROOM]
Move the rug that is next to the broken sarcophagus case.

Open the trapdoor.

Use the lever on the machine. Pull the lever.

The sarcophagus in the Egyptian God Room swings open.

Leave the room.


[KHAEPASETH MUMMY ROOM]
Leave the room.


[EGYPTIAN GODS ROOM]
It seems to be too dark for Sherlock Holmes.

Return to the Amenophis Statue Room.


[AMNEOPHIS STATUE ROOM]
Combine the oil tank and the ancient lamp.

Use the lamp above the sarcophagus case to light the ancient lamp.

Return to the  Egyptian God Room.


[EGYPTIAN GODS ROOM]
Go down the stairs.


[STORAGE ROOM]
Head to the far left corner of the room.

Grab the rope from the shelf.

Leave the room and go into the lab.


[LAB]
Walk along the table with the gadgets on it and grab a wooden box.

Go over to the alcove.

It's a bomb! SAVE YOUR GAME!

-- START PUZZLE --
PUT THE BOX ON THE BIGGER BOX.
PUT THE BATCHER ON THE SMALL BOX.
PUT THE CUP ON THE LEFT SIDE ON THE BATCHER.
PUT THE PIPETTE ABOVE THE CENTER OF THE BATCHER.
PUT THE CANDLE ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE BATCHER.
USE THE ROPE ON THE AXE.
PUT THE AXE/ROPE ON THE HOOK ON THE WALL TO THE RIGHT OF THE BATCHER.
USE THE ANCIENT LAMP ON THE CANDLE.
EXIT THE ROOM.
--  END PUZZLE  --

The bomb is stopped and the manor is saved.

There is a long cutscene and the game is over. *phew*

                                                                       THE END
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Section 09 - Letters                                                     [LTRS]

Letter 1: From Elisabeth to Holmes
               Dear Sherlock Holmes,
  Thank you so much for you interest in this affair. Finally,
I have found some peace after knowning that the matter of the dis-
appearance of my father Lord Montcalfe 6 months ago is now
being investigated by you, my savior. I know that you will find
the truth, and you will tell me exactly what happened to my father.
I do not believe what the police are saying - that he killed himself by
self immolation.
He was a brilliant man, on of the best Egyptologists.
Nothing can explain his tragic death. I know that my father
began to lose his senses, but we do not know why.
My father's butler will let you in and show you the way.
I hope in the manor you will find all the clues necessary to solve
this horrible matter.
Yours Sincerely,
Your devoted future cousin
Elisabeth Montcalfe

P.S. Please, I beg you to keep this business secret. I
really don't want your dear cousin Andrew, whom I am going
to marry very soon, to find out about it.


Letter 2: From Elisabeth to Holmes
           Dear Sherlock Holmes,
   I deeply regret that I cannot give you the
key to the manor; I don't believe that such an
obstacle will stop you, but I'm ashamed to ask
you to force the home of my father.
   I fear that the manor is full of traps, as my
father lost his mental health five months before he
disappeared.
   Be cautious: our happiness depends on your
success!
   Your humble and grateful cousin.
                       Elisabeth Montcalfe


Letter 3: Newspaper
A STRANGE PHILANTHROPIST.

Lord Montcalfe, the well-known scientist and
explorer, is going to open his manor's doors to the 
public and display the artifacts from his numerous
expiditions. His greatest work was to deliver from the
Sands the mummy of Aton, priest Khaepaseth. The
mummy is said to be cursed - Official opening date
will be announced soon in our newspaper.

London, May 7, 1893

                                                  N.S.
                                                  
Letter 4: From Elisabeth to Lord Montcalfe
              My dear father,
   Since you returned, I haven't seen you, so
I have decided to leave my lessons at university to
spend a little time with you.
   I deeply regret that you are so angry that I
chose to study Archeology. I don't despair that
one day you will open the door to your Study to
me.
   Do you know that the teacher decided to be
really hard on me given you knowledge?
   Despite this I'm still the best in my class.
   Your daughter,
    Elisabeth.


Letter 5: Fake Register
               COLLECTION REGISTER

Items                        Place           Found

Sarcophagus of Amenophis3  | Luxor         | 1898
Sarcophagus of Priest Ibis | Luxor         | 1898
Sarcophagus of child       | Alexandrie    | 1896
Statue Horus               | King Valley   | 1895
Statue Osiris              | Luxor         | 1899
Colossus                   | Kheops        | 1896
Colossus me                | Kheops        | 1897
Statue Ramses              | Luxor         | 1895
Scarabb                    | Kadesh        | 1894
God Statue                 | Kheops        | 1891
Shabti stones              | Kheops        | 1887
Shabti wood                | King Valley   | 1892
Selket                     | Luxor         | 1892
Seth                       | King Valley   | 1887
Wood cup                   | King Valley   | 1885
Wood coffin                | India         | 1880
Picture of Chiva           | India         | 1881
Papyrus                    | King Valley   | 1887
Wax tablet                 | Luxor         | 1889
Hieroglyph stone           | Kheops        | 1885
Knife                      | Nil Valley    | 1883
Vase Tutankhamen           | King Valley   | 1885
Vase Amenophis 3           | Luxor         | 1885
Wood tablet                | King Valley   | 1885
African mask Hassouan      | Center Africa | 1891
African mask Xhosa         | South Africa  | 1891
African vase               | Center Africa | 1891
African Zulu statue        | Zululand      | 1891


Letter 6: From Edward the butler to Lord Montcalfe
   Dear Sir
On behalf of all the Manor person-
nel, I am writing to inform you
that we resign. We ask that you
pay us via our legal representa-
tive, lawyer Mr Smith. Our resig-
nations will be effective, as soon
as you or your lawyer receive two
copies of this letter.

    Edward,
  Your former butler


Letter 7: Real register
               COLLECTION REGISTER

Items                        Place           Found

Sarcophagus of Amenophis3  | Luxor         | 1898
Sarcophagus of Priest Ibis | Luxor         | 1898
Sarcophagus of child       | Alexandrie    | 1896
Statue Horus               | King Valley   | 1895
Statue Osiris              | Luxor         | 1899
Colossus                   | Kheops        | 1896
Colossus ME                | Kheops        | 1897
Statue ramses              | Luxor         | 1895
Scarabb                    | Kadesh        | 1894
God statue                 | Kheops        | 1891
Shabti stones              | Kheops        | 1887
Shabti wood                | King Valley   | 1892
Selket                     | Luxor         | 1892
Seth                       | King Valley   | 1887
Wood cup                   | King Valley   | 1885
Wood coffin                | India         | 1880
Picture of Chiva           | India         | 1881
Papyrus                    | King Valley   | 1887
Wax tablet                 | Luxor         | 1889
Hieroglyph stone           | Kheops        | 1885
Knife                      | Nil Valley    | 1883
Vase Tutankhamen           | King Valley   | 1885
Vase Amenophis 3           | Luxor         | 1885
Wood tablet                | King Valley   | 1885
African mask Hassouan      | Center Africa | 1891
African zulu statue        | South Africa  | 1891
4 Statues of anubis        | Center Africa | 1891
Gold mask                  | Zululand      | 1891
Gold necklace              | Kheops        | 1998
Egyptian jewellry          | Kheops        | 1998
Gold money                 | Kheops        | 1998
Gold throne                | Kheops        | 1998


Letter 8: Egyptian letter

(eye)             1
(woman with ankh) 2
(cat)             3
(man with staff)  4


Letter 9: From Dr A. Bigoudin to Lord Montcalfe
    My dear old friend,
  I am writing to you to confirm
the translation made in Cairo
concerning the scroll found close
to Momphis XI's sarcophagus.
It is a curse concerning anyone
who might violate the tomb.
Nothing really new, in fact it was
there to discourage robbers. Of
course it s a belief from another
time and does not relate to the
problems you had during your
last expidition. You are not
cursed!
Dr A. Bigoudin


Letter 10: From ???? to ????
   Open your door to me! You know how impor-
tant it is for me to see ceremonial items! I love you
too much to tell you this secret!

God, I hope she will forgive me one
day! I cannot put her in danger!


Letter 11: From Dawn of Gods to Lord Montcalfe
                 Dawn of Gods
         association for promotion of
           archeological researches

My Lord.

  Following your last telegram from Cairo, we
are sending you the second letter confirming
that we will cover your expenses for the expe-
dition you will conduct.
Please, keep in mind that we insist on keeping
our correspondence in total secret, so destroy
this letter after having read it.
  Upon your return you will partly be able
to furnish your manor, to make some kind of
private collection, I hope that during the next
trip you will enlarge it.

Best wishes
   J.


Letter 12: From Dawn of Gods to Lord Montcalfe
          "Dawn of Gods"
   association for the promotion
                of
       archeological research

    Sir,
     We know that you last expedi-
tion was more successful than you
officially said! Our association is
aware that you have kept some
items, which you were supposed to
hand over to our representatives.
We are not going to make this
affair public and dishonor your
name, but we are ready to use any
means at our disposal to get back
what belongs to us.
  Anubis is on our side...
  
  
Letter 13: Note 1

D = Clock Wise
S = Anti Clock Wise

at the same time, or you will be dead


Letter 14: Note 2
   It is advised to be very attentive with the
dose. Overdosing can result in death, very calm
however. Using opium as a tranquilizer usually
brings very bad consequences.


Letter 15: From Lord Montcalfe to "friend"
              Dear friend
 I have received your letter concerning your
explanation of the superstition around
cursed tombs. In fact as you already know, I
have never believed that, but I have to
tell you that I have begun to have terrible
nightmares, which often exhaust me. People
working in my manor think I am becoming
crazy. Every night the same nightmare comes
back. Some servants have even seen gaunt sil-
houettes roaming my house.
 I have read many books looking for some-
thing to take away the spell but have not
found anything for now. I beg you to go to
Khan el-Khalili and find some amulet or some
other spell, which will save me from it.

  Lord Montcalfe


Letter 16: Book page
    Egyptian legends tells up that it is
very dangerous to disturb the rest of
the dead Pharaohs as a spell will be cast
on the person who committed that act,
as well as all members of his family,
including those who were not born at
the moment. It is very difficult to fight
against such a spell. However, the
power of the spell is often limited by
the power of the priest who cast that
spell.
    Some legends tell us about desecra-
tors that were haunted by nightmares or
by ghosts of dead people from the
tomb. Usually they died very soon
after.
    In Cairo, in the Khan el-Khalili
there is a market of booksellers, and an
unfortunate man has a chance to find
some protection. Whatever,  we have to
be sure that it works.
                   27


Letter 17: Book page
We note that most of civilization
distinguished primary elements such
as fire, air, ground, and water.
Some also add dust and ice. Repre-
sentation in symbols refers to it
too, but however it is possible to
find common patterns. It is
common to drawwater as a droplet
or as waves, for the ground often a
tree or a triangle was used; fire is
usually drawn as a flame and air as
a whirlwind.
               169


Letter 18: From Lord Montcalfe to ????
  Also I have seen that rascal Parkey
in my house. I think he has cor-
rupted one of my servants. I followed
him; he roams in my house looking for
treasure. He can look as much as he
wants. He will never be able to find
anything. I have prepared a surprise
for him!


Letter 19: From Lord Montcalfe to ????
  I am sure I'm turning crazy. It con-
tinues to follow me. I try to run away
from it but I can't. Yesterday after-
noon I saw it. I was working and sud-
denly I could smell the rotten scent of
a tomb. It was in the doorway. Then
I tried to find it myself in the house,
but it was gone. My servants look at
me more and more strangely.
  I was at Doctor's Synder and he has
prescribed laudanum for me and
advised me to go somewhere to rest.
He does not understand me and
thinks I am crazy. Laudanum helps
me, but I am not sure that I will be
able to keep it up


Letter 20; Book page
Introduction to India
India has a very complicated social
system, which is defined by castes. The
entire society is divided on the castes:
the highest is a caste of Brahmans, then
goes Ksatriya i.e. warriors, the Vaisya -
caste of peasant and finally Sudra -
caste of slave and servers
However the most disraced people are
the laborer as they do not belong to any
caste.

(written)see article about reincarnation
                   11


Letter 21: From Lord Montcalfe to ????
   I finally finished arranging the treasure
room. It is pretty well secured now, and I can't
wait to find the stolen Anubis status. I will
just have to add it to the four hidden
statues and stop the spell. I don't care about
this kind of immortality! I wish to rest and
reincarnate! The holy fire will allow me to
access it, wait and see...
   I should hurry now: this association
"Dawn Of Gods" manipulated me! They are
tracking me! This is that sect of Anubis who
wants to recover statues that I found during
an expedition they sponsored! What a fool I've
been! I cannot trust anybody! I have hidden
my treasure. No one will steal it. I am sure
that Jonathan can easily dilapidate them.
Every family has its black sheep. It is not
right that such a man receives my collection.
I have prepared a surprise for him if he tries
to seize it


Letter 22: Prayer to Anubis
  O, Anubis, son of Set.
Dweller in the mummy chamber.
Governor of the Divine House
    You, god of the dead
Give us strength to worship you
for the eternity.

(picture of a mummy)
(picture of Anubis)


Letter 22: From Elisabeth to ????
  The mummy exists!!! I have seen it with my
eyes. I can't understand what it is doing in my father's
house. It looks like it knows everything here.
Even me, I have never been aware of all the hidden
places which are here...
  It is very dangerous, I fear to approach it.
There really is some mystery here! Anyway I
can't believe that it is several thousand years old.
However


Letter 23: From ???? to ????
If you are not afraid of the mummy
go up the stairs and touch
the time


Letter 24: Secret Painting Message 1
YLDU OLIC UFFU WIYT INO

    ***  ****  ****
    **  ***  ***

    
Letter 25: Secret Painting Message 2
    EGYPT
WILL HELP YOU


Letter 26: Secret Painting Message 3
UTLNLH NHITAI DEGHCN ERIEEE REOPSS
         *****
         *** ********
         *** ***** ******


Letter 27: From Lord Montcalfe to Elisabeth
   Your perserverance has triumphed,
Elisabeth. How much I feared
this moment....
Only the mummy is strong enough to
change my love for you...

   I tried as much as I could to save
the world from the threat of Anubis:
I am so sorry...


Letter 28:
    Alfred  Nobel
 dynamite production
       company
 -------------------

DYNAMITE USER'S GUIDE
     2nd edition

 --------------------
Printed Labure (Paris)
         1878

         
Letter 29:
receipt#254 321
for:

_ explosive materials
_ dynamite production equipment


Letter 30: from ???? to Holmes
I know that you're looking for truth in the disappearance
of Lord Montcalfe. The last mentioned was murdered
by his cousin, Jonathan Parkey.
Yuo will find the body of the deceased in his own manor
under the bandages of Khaepaseth mummy and the guilty
one on the crime place, probably pillaging his uncle's
collection...


Letter 31: Newspaper
Unsolved case
Scotland Yard has announced that they found a statue,
which was stolen during a reception at the Egyptian
embassy. Everyone remembers that during the attack,
a servant was killed. Moreover the statur, a gift from
Lord Montcalfe, was not valuable. Sir Jonathan Parkey
was first accused, according to the description
provided by the dying servant. He provided three
witnesses that confirmed, he was playing bridge whilst
the crime was being committed.
The mystery stays unresolved for now.

                                            N.S.
London, May 7, 1893


Letter 32: From Parkey to Lord Montcalfe
 London 1890

My dear Uncle, I am writing again to solieit and
ask to trade your treasure. Everybody knows that
you are now feeling unwell, and I think that in
your present state, you will not be able to make the
right decisions concerning the valuable artifacts
you possess. I am asking you to provide me with a
register and I will be happy to manage our
family treasure.

I look forward to hearing from you soon. Do not
forget that no one is immortal!!

Yours sincerely,
Jonathan Parkey

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Section 10 - Summary                                                     [RATE]

Perhaps "Summary" is the wrong word for this section, but "Rating" seemed a bit
misleading even though that's what this really is. "Impressions" would also be
appropriate and misleading. In any case, I will be rating the various aspects 
of the game on a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being perfect and 1 being absolute junk. 
For ease of rating, I will only be using whole numbers.

Story - 8/10
   Ancient Egypt is always interesting.
   
Controls - 4/10
   Movement was horrendous. Just trying to get across a room was a pixel hunt
   and the camera turned too quickly. The environment needed to be more
   interactive.

Voice Acting - 2/10
   Laughable at best. Accents were terrible and Holmes' voice was annoying at
   times.

Sound - 9/10
   Sound did everything it was supposed to, but didn't really rise above
   expectations. Small glitch during the last cutscene, but I think that was
   my disc, not the game itself.

Difficulty - 10/10
   The game could have used more direction. Several times, I was stuck simply
   because I had no idea what to do next. The puzzles were challenging, but
   not impossible.

Cutscenes - 7/10
   Except for the beginning and the ending, the cutscenes were rather
   unnecessary.

Tiny Unimportant Details - 1/10
   Despite taking place in 19th century London, the characters did not have
   British accents, the American spelling of words was used, and the last
   four items in the real register were "found" in 1998, 100 years after the
   game takes place!
   
Overall - 5/10
   General Opinion: meh :-/ Should have borrowed it from a friend.

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Section 11 - Frequently Asked Questions                                  [FAQS]

Q: Why did you get this game?
A: My little brother got it for his birthday. It seemed interesting.

Q: Why are you doing a walkthrough of this game?
A: There wasn't one on gamefaqs.com

Q: What were the bandage and the ribbon for?
A: Absolutely nothing. Don't worry about them.

Q: Will this run on Vista?
A: Yes.

Q: What about Windows 7?
A: Yes.

Q: Will this run on <insert operating system that isn't Windows here>?
A: No.

Q: I can't click on <something>!
A: Try moving closer, or farther away. Maybe you should look at it from another
   angle.

Q: I found an error in your guide, how do I tell you about it?
A: Email me at baron_firespawn(at)yahoo(dotcom). Put "The Mystery of the Mummy"
   somewhere in the subject so that I don't "accidentally" delete it.

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Section 12 - Credits                                                     [CRED]

I would like to thank:


My brother for getting this game for his birthday.

My sister for getting my brother this game for his birthday.

LCISOCreator and PowerISO for letting me play the game while somebody else
used the real disc.

Bruce Willis, without whom I could not have spoiled two of his movies during
the course of this walkthrough.

Jonathan for the "logic art" contribution.

Karl Hörnell for the 4x4 sliding puzzle solution.

Balmoral Software for the 3x3 sliding puzzle solution.

Me for writing this guide.

You for reading, using, and improving this guide.


That is all. See you around!

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