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    FAQ/Walkthrough by PhoenixBlade

    Updated: 08/03/05 | Printable Version | Search This Guide

    VOYAGE - INSPIRED BY JULES VERNE
    
    The Walkthrough by PhoenixBlade (thrall878@hotmail.com)
    
    Much thanks to The Adventure Company, and, most importantly, Jules 
    Verne
    
    For use in GameFAQS *ONLY*
    
    
    
    Okay, my very first walkthrough... Lesse how this goes...
    
    Ok, so you wake up... Somewhere... And with an amnesia cliche, no less! 
    However, fortunately, you remember your name! Not all is lost. Now, 
    let's take a step forward. Michel recognizes the man sleeping on the 
    left! And just by looking at his back too... Might as well look over to 
    the guy sleeping on the right as well... It all seems to be coming back... 
    But what an odd troupe to be mixed with in his claustrophobic room! 
    Mayhap the newspaper clipping will clear things up...
    
    AHA! So that's it! Erm... Right...Am I the only one who's a bit worried 
    that we're inside a giant shell? Anyway, next to the newspaper 
    clipping is a strap you should take and don't forget the wrench that 
    has just fallen to the floor. Now, to make things ahead easier, do a 
    180, grab the tank of potassium hydroxide and the funnel on the other 
    tank you cannot take. Feel free to mess with the flame, but don't 
    expect it to do much... For now.
    
    It is also a good time to right click to open your inventory and 
    arrange the objects on the upper right corner as you wish, either by 
    dragging them to the spaces on the middle or by clicking the 'auto' 
    button beneath them, which will, surprisingly, automatically arrange 
    them on the available spaces. Also, combine the tank with the funnel 
    and don't forget to place it inside your inventory proper.
    
    Now things get interesting... Grab the wrench (left click it in the 
    inventory then either right click anywhere, or press the 'X' in the 
    inventory screen) and go for the windows... They seem to be blocked... But 
    the wrench is great at that... So aim at the bolts and unscrew them. Try 
    the wall windows first; then go for the ground window.
    
    Oh... Oh my... Not good. Now it's claustrophobia and vertigo...
    
    When the cutscene ends, go forward... The situation does not look good. 
    Actually, it looks downright bad. Grab the key that fell and open the 
    cupboard above the poor guy. Hmm... Choices, choices... Take the book on 
    the left side of the middle shelf and the bag of potassium chloride 
    behind it. Get back to the flame. You may not have noticed it, but the 
    oxygen inside the shell is running low. Move the small receptacle on 
    top of the flame, fill it with the potassium and move it back. There, 
    feels better, don't it?
    
    Time to examine the body better. Look at the note Barbicane is 
    graspingand his jacket pocket, take his hat and then take a look at 
    the other body. Take the rifle and look at the jacket pocket, then 
    check his breath. Pretty obvious what happened here, methinks, but 
    don't jump to any conclusions! Go back to the cupboard and make sure 
    you analyse the cyanide bottle.
    
    Go back to the flame, look at the rooster and take the burnt paper. 
    The investigation starts to make sense. And you reach the halfway 
    point! This can be a bit frustrating because of the shifting viewpoint 
    and it's not recommended for laptops due to the somewhat imprecise 
    touchpad. Just select the tank with funnel (remember that?) and drag 
    the point around the screen to collect all the floating potassium 
    hydroxide.
    
    And that's the end of the demo.
    
    If you start it again, however, you'll find there's still plenty to 
    do, like placing the landing rockets (the blue one needs powder from 
    either the barrel - use the rifle on it - or the cartridges - use the 
    knife on them). You can also use the raffia on the bodies and throw 
    them into space. Sad yet fitting.
    
    There may be more to do... Just have fun. I, for one, can't wait for the 
    final product! Jules Verne forever!