Some notes about the 'guide' here.

1. I've only listed the puzzles that I know how to solve. This means that if I haven't gotten to it or if I haven't been able to solve it yet, then I won't have the solution posted. Sorta works out that way, know what I mean?

2. For the clicks shown, the first number is how many clicks the instructions will use. The second number is the "best solution" number of clicks. This means that if you see something like 7/6, it means the solution I have listed takes 7 moves, but the "Best Solution" only requires 6 moves. Obviously, if I knew the best solution, I'd list that one, so don't ask why I gave a solution that uses more moves.

3. The puzzles, as best as I can, are in order from the starting point of the quest area to the "Next" sign. Hidden puzzles that open up are listed at the bottom of the quest area.

Quest #1: Fledgling Fields

Star is starting point. Tree is free coins. Red starred areas are puzzles.

Games: 8

Reward: 5

Casino game: "Slot Machine". Cost 1/prize 5.

Secret coin area: Tree on right next to path leading to the shop. (See circled tree in picture)

Three Click Puzzle

Clicks: 3/3

Score: 40,105

Click yellow LAST. Click the other 2 colors first. Doesn't matter which order, just that yellow is last.

Flower Power

Clicks: 3/3

Score: 26,083

1. Green

2. Blue

3. Red

The Eyes Have It

Clicks: 7/7

Score: 44,697

1. Green x 2

2. Blue x 2

3. Red

4. Yellow

5. White

When you first see this puzzle, you'll see a set of eyes. If you look at it before you click the red, the eyes will appear a bit meaner.

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**Easiest way (but not the best score)**

Click on the button at the bottom that has the left/right arrows on it. The entire bottom row will drop. Repeat the process until all the buttons are gone. 14 clicks, score 2,604.

**Better way (more complicated instructions)**

First let's use up the arrowed buttons.

1. Going from top to bottom, click on the left/right arrows on each line that has purple.

2. Click on the left/right block at the top.

3. Click the quad arrow block.

Now for the rest.

4. Green

5. White

6. Yellow

11 clicks, score 6,417

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1. Purple x 5 (when done, you'll see the winking face)

2. Yellow

3. Blue x 3

4. Green x 3

5. Red x 3

5. White

16 clicks, score 16,058

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1. White x 2

2. Purple x 4

3. Red bomb

4. Green x 3

10 clicks, score 13,282

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Easiest and best way

1. White

2. Top to bottom, click all purples

3. Bottom to top, click all greens

4. Red

5. Yellow

6. Blue

14 clicks, score 18.946

Alternatively, you could skip the white blocks until last. But you would use more clicks and end up with a lower score.

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1. White at top.

2. Blue x 4

3. Red x 2

4. Yellow

5. Purple

6. White x 2

7. Green

12 clicks for 39,792

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1. All greens (top, left, right, bottom)

2. Blues (top, bottom)

3. Purple

4. Red

Total of 8 clicks, end score: 32,598

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1. Purple

2. Red

3. White

4. Yellow

5. Green

6. Blue

Total of 6 clicks, end score: 36,376

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Click on the colors in this order:

1. White

2. Purple x3

3. Blue

4. Red

5. Green x 2

6. Yellow

Total of 9 clicks, end score: 8,617

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Rather easy.

1. Left and right yellows.

2. Left and right reds.

3. Purple (will get rid of all purple)

4. Left and right yellows.

5. White

Total of 8 clicks, end score: 38,866

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Looking at the screenshot, you click in the order shown.

1. Botton yellow

2. Top yellow (this will get rid of all but 4 yellow blocks)

3. Red

4. Blue

From there, just click all the greens, starting at the bottom, then click the yellows and you're done.

Total of 8 clicks, end score: 45,748

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You can download it from GameHouse.com or Shockwave.com.

If you go to play the different puzzles, then look here if you need help. Look for the puzzle number in the topic. If you can't find a topic with the puzzle number you need help with, then make a new topic with the puzzle number (and puzzle name if you know it) and ask for help.

Keep in mind that the puzzles repeat after #108. So #109 is really #1, #110 is really #2, etc.

For those wondering why I'm doing it... It's fun to make a map of success. It's also good to see if others play the game and then have a different strategy that works better (higher score, easier instructions, etc). Also, if someone is stuck on one of the levels, it helps them to get past it.

If you decide to play the game and you find a better way to do one of the puzzles, then reply to the puzzle # and give your instructions.

Puzzles #1-10:

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