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Getting into speak easy

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Alright, I'm back in 1931 in Hill Valley where I'm supposed to go back to the new speak easy and I'm having a bit of trouble trying to get myself in the door with Matches asking me these questions.

How do I correctly answer him to gain access into the speak easy?

Thanks for any help you can give me :)

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  • Something to keep in mind that I missed on my first few attempts is that there are many options to choose from, and not just the four or whatever shown. The down arrow initially escaped notice.

  • Wasn't this puzzle used in one of the Monkey Island games? :-) It baffled me at first but when I looked at the note I got it AND I remembered I'd seen it before.

  • i just used trial & error and memorized some of the questions & anwers.

  • ReDi, you're thinking of the gambling club puzzle on Phatt Island. It's got similarities but works from a very different angle. "If this is three (shows five fingers), what's this (shows two fingers)?" I won't say the answer just to bug the people who never played Monkey Island.

    Also, Cyphox, that sounds like a really boring way to do it. The pattern was a lot easier to figure out if you had that helpful sheet from the under-renovation speakeasy.

  • I'm stuck at this part too. i guess ill try it again.

  • @ReDi said: Wasn't this puzzle used in one of the Monkey Island games? :-) It baffled me at first but when I looked at the note I got it AND I remembered I'd seen it before.

    Yes, this is a near re-hash of the "if this is (blank), then this is...?" puzzle from Monkey 2.

  • The only think you have to worry about is the last word of the phrase coming from the doorman. Also, thankfully, you only have to do this puzzle once.

  • Another tip for your next play through, if it isn't nailed down, take it.

  • I never grabbed the note, but figured out the wordplay easily enough. The "look over the counter" option seemed a little too risky in that scene.

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