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November 16, 2015

lighty bulb round 2

Another round of lighting the bulb puzzles by Ninjadoodle: can you light all the bulbs in lighty bulb round 2?

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

First!!! :-)
Thanks for sharing, Bart!

Anonymous said...

I made it to the level with the down arrow, 4 and the hashed 5. I can't figure out what I'm supposed to do.

ItSuNaMi said...

Same for me here. :(

ItSuNaMi said...

Edit: solved! Just keep it pressed... ;)

Wee Eck said...

I clicked on/off 4 times then held switch on.
I've got stuck at Aladdin lamp.

Anonymous said...

For the Aladdin lamp level, click, hold and "rub" the bulb itself.

pppolll said...

i need help; level with numbers 9669 on left and circles on a right

Anonymous said...

@pppolll: the circles show you how much of the numbre you need. like the first one ist 1/3 of 9...

Anonymous said...

pppolll: think of the circles as pies that you get a portion of.

PK said...

Stuck on "9669" and the four hands.

I have no idea what the hands represent. I thought maybe the two smaller hands meant "use half the number" and tried 9339 but nope.

Anonymous said...

Not sure I understand it, but apparently big hand means 'no' an little hand means 'yes'.

Tom said...

The last one was weird (9669 with hands). I eventually got it, but the justification was a bit thin.

Belz said...

For the last one I just kept trying, the result was (12,6,6,12).
Nice puzzles, needed help on the Aladdin Lamp one!

hespetre said...

The last one has to do with the hands on the clock. Which hand to pose on the right number...

Anonymous said...

stuck on the one with 1st, 2nd, 3rd etc.....

Anonymous said...

@ Anonymous 19:27 The codes are mirror images.

Anonymous said...

Think of the hands on an analog clock. One is long, one is short...

Anonymous said...

Tom whats the answer

Tom said...

Well, I think the big-hand/little-hand clue is just as it was explained above. The big hand is always at 12 for an exact hour, so just use 12 for those, and for the little hands use the hour.

Anonymous said...

The last puzzle still is confusing, I still don't understand how that clue would help solve the puzzle.

Angela said...

the hands on the poster on the left are two sizes: big and little. if the numbers on the right poster are thought of as times (9 oclock, 6 oclock, 6 oclock, 9 oclock), then the size of the hand on the right poster corresponds with what that hand would be pointing to at the time symbolized by the number in the same position on the left poster.

For example, suppose the numbers were 3693 instead of 9669, and the other poster had BIG HAND, little hand, little hand, BIG HAND instead of BLLB. For the first dial, you'd picture 3 oclock. Where would the big hand be at 3 oclock? For the next one, you'd think of 6 oclock. where would the little hand be at 6 oclock? And so on: 9 oclock, big hand and lastly 3 oclock, little hand.

Hope that helps!

Anonymous said...

Thanks Angela, you explained that well; I finally get it now XD

Anonymous said...

Oh, I get it, "down for 5," hold it down for 5 seconds. Silly and obvious from this side of the answer.

 

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