Poptropica Bone Puzzle

Poptropica Bone Puzzle. Complete unbelievable quests, written by jeff kinney, author of the diary of a wimpy kid series! Then go back 2 the game.

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April 24, 2011 at 1:00 pm. First, land on main street in steamworks island. Go through the door when you get to the end of it.

The Puzzle Starts Off By Simply Saying, Fifteen Bones Of Ancient Men, Take Back Six But Still Leave Ten.

Cross the bridge and reach a statue of the sphinx and a sign that says meet the minotaur. The puzzle says “take six, leave ten”. Steamworks island was the 14th island on poptropica.

The Door Will Open, Watch The Video To See How To Complete The Rest Of The Maze.

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The Minotaur’s Labyrinth In Poptropica Mythology Island Is A Tricky Place, Indeed.

The next puzzle is a bunch of snakes coming out of the wall that you have to click on. See the full written walkthrough at: First, land on main street in steamworks island.

It Doesn’t Take A Math Genius To Figure Out That Fifteen Minus Six Is Nine, So Taking Six Bones Away From Fifteen Doesn’t Exactly Leave You Ten.

Looking at the comments posted to my poptropica mythology island walkthrough video, it looks like a few people are having problems with the bones puzzle that you have to do after meeting the ghost of pan inside the labyrinth. First follow the bulleted walkthrough list below and then make sure to watch the video! It doesn’t take a math genius to figure out that fifteen minus six is nine, so taking six bones away from fifteen doesn’t exactly leave you ten.

Once Again, Keep Running To The Right.

Kids can also read books, comics, and see movie clips while they play. It is a huge island filled with difficult puzzles. May 02, 2010 the minotaur’s labyrinth in poptropica mythology island is a tricky place, indeed.

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