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A big thanks to benserwa for supplying us with the chart and all relevant information!

The following is a downloadable/print friendly solution chart for this uber-cool, puzzle game from Neopets. As Neopets releases it’s clues, make sure you keep up to date by ticking/crossing the relevant boxes. The chart is already filled with the first clue to start you off! The chart can be downloaded by right clicking on the image and selecting “save as”. Once it is on your computer, simply open it and print it out!

For a decent tutorial on how to solve logic puzzles, it is worthwhile to visit http://www.mysterymaster.com/guide.html which has some great articles!

Q. How many brothers does Kenai have?
A. 2

Q. How many songs did Phil Collins compose for Disney’s Brother Bear?
A. 6

Q. If Tuke is a moose, what are Tuke and Rutt?
A. Moose

Q. In Brother Bear, who is Tanaha?
A. The Shaman woman of the tribe.

Q. Sitka, Kenai’s brother, recieved a totem representing guidance. Which animal is it?
A. Eagle

Q. What is another name for the Aurora Borealis?
A. The Northern Lights

Q. What is the name of Rutt’s brother?
A. Tuke

Q. What is the name of the song that Tina Turner sang in Brother Bear?
A. Great Spirits

Q. What is the name of the young bear that befriends Kenai?
A. Koda

Q. What does Kenai’s totem represent?
A. Love

Q. What is Kenai searching for?
A. the place where the light touches the earth

Q. What kind of animal is Kenai turned into?
A. a bear

Q. When does Disney’s Brother Bear open in Singapore cinemas?
A. 4 December

Q. Where is Koad trying to go?
A. The Salmon Run

Q. Which character says “I’m a raging ball of brown fur?”
A. Koda

Q. Which animal is Kenai’s totem?
A. Bear

Q. Which Disney animation prior to Brother Bear was Phil Collins involved in?
A. Tarzan

Q. Who is Koda hoping to meet up with?
A. his mother

Q. Who provides the voice of Kenai?
A. Joaquin Phoenix

Q. Who sings the theme song in Disney’s Brother Bear?
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Sewage Surfer Solutions

Kym Huynh —  November 10, 2013 — 3 Comments

Big thanks to The Scooby Gang for allowing me to use their images :) Thanks to ThermalSweater for Level 48, 49 and 50 and thanks to Diana, aka wolfie for level 47!

Please note that these images are not a step-by-step walkthrough to the game. The pipe types are completely randomized, so the following images are a guide as to possible end results.

[Level 1] [Level 2] [Level 3]
[Level 4] [Level 5] [Level 6]
[Level 7] [Level 8] [Level 9]
[Level 10] [Level 11] [Level 12]
[Level 13] [Level 14] [Level 15]
[Level 16] [Level 17] [Level 18]
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Hole 1

Forget aiming. See the little hand thing on the screen? Put the fingertip at the bottom between the H and E of the “MOVE THE” text at the bottom of the screen. Click – hole in one.

Hole 2

See the border around the hole? Go to the left corner, put the finger tip on the ‘Top lip’ of the border, click – hole in one.

Hole 3

Just aim the ball to the left of the bunker and once over the hill putt it in. No trick here, easy but just a par.

Hole 4

I like this one… Put the fingertip at the top of the word “MOVE” midway between the top of the “V”. Click – hole in one.
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3. This is the normal pattern your opponent will choose.

4. Again this is a typical move. It may vary slightly. Just remember to not let him get five in a row.

5. If he goes here block between his pieces. *

6. This is an automatic win by now.

7. Continue your three in a row.

8. Make that four in a row.

9. We have a winner.

*6. This is a slight variation from before. Follow steps 1-4. Here he blocks your 3. However continue with the same pattern.

*7. Continue as follows.

*8. Block his move. He will block yours.

9. He will attempt to get 5 in a row. Be patient and continue the strategy.
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