09/24/2008, 03:21 pm
I'm trying to get the other two marchinies to quit, I got the old marchini to quit and I have no idea what the printer has to do with antything. Also, I can gunk up the time stopper, but, I have NO CLUE what it's for. I can't get on to the bridge to get Bosco's soul, I know I have to get rid of the captain marchini[which ties into the part about the "quiting" thing]. And plus, I cant find Superball's correct birthday. I also know that the last 4 numbers on the time cards are birth dates, OH! By the way what the heck are spoilers! Are they anything good? If they are, please send me one. Anyway, I need EXTREME help. [ by a pro] And by the way, DON'T SEND ME A ''wiki" Those things are awfull!!!
09/25/2008, 12:19 am
You know that Telltale posts walkthroughs (step-by-step solutions to the games) for all episodes, right? Go here for the one for 204:
09/25/2008, 03:47 pm
Look, that link just took me to the chariots of the dogs home page. I don't know if something is wrong with my page. But, When I scroll down, the walktrough arrow is pionting to the bottom. And there is nothing down there, so I can't get one. Could..you..send me..a.. spoiler please. I really need to finish it. I don't want to start the "Whats New Beelzebub" game untill I finish that one. PLEASE HELP ME!!!!
Go to the page (http://www.telltalegames.com/samandmax/chariotsofthedogs/), then click the walk through tab at the bottom see if that works.
And if that doesn't work:
On the Spaceship
Bosco's finally back to normal. Great, now let's get out of here! Before you get the chance, doors leading to another part of the space ship slide open. Are we finally about to come face to face with T-H-E-M?
A musical interlude follows, during which we learn that T-H-E-Y are a group of time-traveling mariachis. These are the same mariachis who have been popping up in earlier episodes, and are actually three different aged versions of the same mariachi, who have teamed up courtesy of their time-traveling space ship. Singing for birthdays hasn't been covering the bills, so in order to pay off their space ship, the mariachis took on a contract job collecting the souls of the recently dead and shipping them off to places unknown. Their accomplices in this scheme are none other than the talking Moai heads and Bermuda Triangle from episode 202, and while they're singing, you'll see an example of the soul crushing process performed on Jurgen, the goth vampire from episode 203.
Okay, so that was unexpected. The surprise is too much for Bosco's weak heart. By the end of the song, the loveable neighborhood paranoid is so frightened that he has a heart attack and dies. Now his soul is on the platform, and soon it will be crushed by the Moai heads and shipped off, too. Sam & Max have to save him!
When the song ends, the two younger mariachis will clear out of the room, leaving the oldest behind. Click on him to start a conversation. You'll learn that the mariachi's name is Pedro, and in addition to overseeing the soul crushing process, he also maintains the ship's timecard printer. He's not ecstatic about his job, but he likes being able to travel through time since he has a lot of deep questions he wants answered, such as "How do I die?" and "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?" You can try to encourage him to quit his job, but until he knows the answers to these questions, old Pedro plans to stay put.
Take look around the soul-crushing room for some way to distract old Pedro. He mentioned that he maintains the ship's printer. Click on the printer to take a look at it (it's to the left of the door you entered through). Pedro asks you not to touch it.
Click on the exit door to go back to the spaceship's main room. The younger versions of Pedro are here, plotting a course for the mother of all birthdays: triplets! As Sam & Max walk in, the two Pedros are instructing the computer to print out a time card for Embarrassing Idol. This prints out of a slot under the computer's main AI. Click the new time card to take it.
The youngest Pedro is the captain, and middle-aged Pedro is the communications officer. Talk to the captain. Before you have a chance to introduce yourself, you'll learn that he already knows Sam as a famous recording star. (Last season, Sam got a recording contract for winning the Embarrassing Idol competition.) The captain mariachi wants to embark on a solo career and become the greatest singer ever known, but he needs a big break.
The middle-aged Pedro is the communications officer, and he's busy listening for someone to say "birthday". Sam & Max try to convince him to quit, but this Pedro loves singing for people on their birthdays too much to quit.
Take the Embarrassing Idol time card from your inventory and use it on the elevator. Then click the elevator and select the Embarrassing Idol time card to go there.
2006.1221 Soda Poppers -- Embarrassing Idol, 2006
You've arrived on the Embarrassing Idol set, and Sam just won the competition, complete with a recording contract for Bin-Bottom Records. You can try to convince him to give you the contract, but past Sam isn't having it. Oh well, let's get back to the time machine... uh oh. Past Sam and Max run onto the time machine and take off before you have a chance. That's bad, right?
............On the Spaceship
After living through the last year and a half all over again (don't worry, we'll spare you the details), Sam & Max catch up with their past selves on the ship. Talk to past Sam. He wants to know how to get to the moon. Maybe you can get him to trade you the recording contract.
Try telling him that he needs a screwdriver to get to the moon, and then offer him yours. Past Sam wants the screwdriver, but he won't trade you the recording contract for it because he knows he needs that to get on Myra's show back in the past. If only Past Sam didn't remember what he needed the contract for. Remember in your office earlier, how Superball wiped your memory every time you mentioned time travel?
Talk to Past Sam again. This time, tell him he needs a time-traveling phone booth. When he asks where to get one, tell him to ask agent Superball in the future. Past Sam and Max hop onto the elevator to go see Superball.
When they get back, they're confused about where they are. Talk to Past Sam again. Tell him he needs a screwdriver and that you'll give him yours in exchange for a recording contract. This time he doesn't remember why he needs the recording contract, so he hands it over.
Give the recording contract to the captain. It's exactly what he needs to embark on his solo career! One mariachi down, two to go.
The middle-aged mariachi is really into his job. Maybe you can get rid of him by calling him away to a very important birthday.
Take a look at the elevator time cards. Each card displays the birthday of the person you scanned to get it. According to Superball's time card, his birthday is September 6. Ms. Bosco's timecard also has a September date, and Ms. Bosco's timecard takes you to the Oval Office, which means it's September in the Oval Office. Sam & Max can use this coincidence to their advantage. Select the Oval Office timecard to go there.
1963.0917 Ms. Bosco -- The Oval Office, 1963
Click the September calendar next to the president's desk. Click the "Today!" sticky note and move it to the 6th. You've just changed the national date. Now ask Superball if it's his birthday. When Superball says that it is, the middle-aged mariachi jumps out of the elevator to sing for him. Quickly, before the song ends, click on the elevator. Sam & Max will return to the ship with the elevator, and the mariachi will be left behind in the Oval Office. Sorry, Pedro!
On the Spaceship
Now old Pedro is the only mariachi left. He won't leave his post until he gets his big questions answered. One of those questions is how he died. Pedro's obituary was on the bulletin board in the Freelance Police office in the far future. Go back there to take another look at it.
2108.0303 Sam -- Sam & Max's office, 2108
The bottom part of the obituary (where it says how Pedro died) is blurry, and the wall is damaged too. Bosco's model volcano is directly under the obituary. You need to make a change in the past to prevent the volcano from damaging the obituary in the future. Return to the elevator and select the timecard for Sam & Max's office in the near future. When you get there, take the wine bottle cork from Sam's inventory and use it on the model volcano.
Now go back to the office in the far future. The obituary isn't damaged anymore, and you're able to read that Pedro died from inhaling ink ribbon fumes. Go back to the spaceship to deliver the bad news.
On the Spaceship
Go into the soul-crushing room and give old Pedro his obituary. He still wants to know what came first, the chicken or the egg, but he's done with that stupid printer. Go over to the printer and look at it. Sam will toss the ink ribbon into the time vortex -- nobody needs that thing anyway. Go back to the main room and ask the AI to print out another time card. With no ink, the time card prints out blank. Wonder where this will take us? Use the blank time card on the elevator, then click the elevator and select the blank time card.
The Beginning of Time
It's the beginning of everything! The singularity from which everything we'll ever know is going to spring is here. So is Mr. Featherly, everyone's favorite Shakespearean actor / chicken.
Click on Mr. Featherly to talk to him. He'll tell you he was left behind here by the mariachis after a mishap on the set of Midtown Cowboys: The Motion Picture summoned their spaceship. The AI won't let you take him back with you, claiming that removing Mr. Featherly from the beginning of time would result in a catastrophic temporal paradox. If you're going to take Mr. Featherly with you, you need to leave a chicken in his place -- or maybe an egg?
Take the egg from Sam's inventory and use it on Mr. Featherly. Sam will swap the egg for the chicken. Go back to the elevator and click the Home button to return to the spaceship.
On the Spaceship
Go back to the soul-crushing room and show Mr. Featherly to Pedro. That satisfies the old man's curiosity. He leaves the spaceship in Sam & Max's capable hands. It's time to extend the bridge and get Bosco's soul back -- but wait, Max jumped up on the control panel and accidentally stepped on the "suck" button. There goes Bosco's soul! Now what?
Near Bosco's body, there's a control panel with a big red button. Press this to extend the bridge. (Note: If you try to do this before you have gotten rid of all three mariachis, your attempts will be overridden.) Right when as you extend the bridge, the time-traveling mariachis show up with a message from the future: "Whatever you do, do not extend the bridge!" Oops.
Bosco's body tumbles onto the platform and the ship's self-destruct sequence is initiated. The ship sets a collision course for the beginning of the universe.
When the cutscene ends, go over to the main control panel (where old Pedro was standing before) and press the "suck" button. Bosco's body is sucked up toward the triangle, but it's too heavy and only gets sucked up halfway. You can try running over to him, but after a few seconds, his body falls back to the ground.
Click on the time controls next to the suck button. Sam can jam his finger into the clockworks and stop time, but he can only do it for a few seconds at a time. Maybe something in your inventory will help?
Press the suck button again. While Bosco's corpse is in the air, use the tar cake sample on the time controls. The gears will jam and Bosco's corpse will be sucked up again. Now you have a little longer before his body falls back to the ground. Run over and click on Bosco's corpse. Sam and Max will climb up and jump into the Bermuda triangle, taking Bosco along with them. See you in Hell!
Good work! You've completed Sam & Max: Chariots of the Dogs!
09/26/2008, 03:33 pm
Thank you it was halarious!!!!!!!!!!
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