099823_larger-150x150If you're the kind who loves adventure games that have some great puzzles, but eventually reach a breaking point, Jacob Jones will feel right at home for you.

As I stated when I reviewed the game, some of the puzzles can be difficult, especially if you're new to the adventure puzzle game genre, while only a couple of them will leave you wondering why they seem so simple compared to the rest of them.

If you need any help at all, this quick puzzle guide will give you solutions to all the puzzles. SPOILER WARNING: These are straight answers. I don't try to gently lead you to the right conclusion, I just give you what the game is looking for.

Without further ado...

Puzzle 1: Ripe For a Swipe
Start on the upper right dot.

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Puzzle 2: Log Jam
This one is simple when you figure out how the block moves. Swipe the screen in this order: down, right, right, down, left, up, left, down, right, up, right.

Your total number of moves should be 11.
Achievement earned: Unjammed


Puzzle 3: Pack Mentality
1) Move blue backup up as far as it will go.
2) Move pink microscope to the left so it’s sitting flush ith the yellow notepad/paint brush.
3) Move the camera tripod to the bottom part (below the dotted line) and to the far left.
4) Move pink microscope to the bottom part and to the far right.
5) Move blue backpack straight down so the mouth of the bear is sitting on the tripod.
6) Move pink microscope back up top.
7) Move blue backpack to far right, where the microscope was.
8) Move camera tripod back up.

Your total number of moves should be eight.
Achievement earned: Quick Packer


Puzzle 4: Cell Reception
Tap on the cell that is swimming in the opposite direction of all the others.


Puzzle 5: First Refusal

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Your total number of moves should be 8.


Puzzle 6: Shelf Life

Arrange the items so they match the image.

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Puzzle 7: Pizza Party

Cut the pizza according to the image.

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Puzzle 8: Where Sheep

You can place whichever villager at whichever intersection, it doesn’t matter who goes where.

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Puzzle 9: Rolling Blunder
Swipe the screen in this order: Left, down, left, down, left, left, up, left, right, right, down, left, up, up, right, up, right, right, down, left, up, left, down, right, up, right, up, up, left.

Your total number of moves should be 26.
Achievement earned: Low Roller


Puzzle 10: Like a Charm
1) Move the red bugs to the bottom right so that they push the grey ones to the right as well.
2) Move the cat to the right and put it next to the penguins.
3) Move the grey bugs to the left so the ladybugs get pushed to the spot just below where the cat was.
4) Move the grey bugs upwards, pushing on the cat, as they will now go in a circle, which will lead the cat charm to the end.

Your total number of moves should be 4.


Puzzle 11: Tough Little Guys
Put the ribbon on the orange action figure. Simple, right?


Puzzle 12: Barbecued Legs

The answer is 13.

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Puzzle 13: A Note of Friendship
1) Second from right
2) Third from right
3) Third from left
4) Far left
5) Second from left

Your total number of moves should be 5.


Puzzle 14: Knot So Easy
Lots of trial and error for this one. Move the knots until they all turn a light brown. He will then fall, and puzzle completed.


Puzzle 15: The Conqueror
Pull Kromedome in front of the door with the tiger.


Puzzle 16: Extra Charming

The answer is 12.

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Puzzle 17: Song of Stone

Put the puzzle together by rotating the pieces and assembling them according to the image. The Z shaped piece is not used.

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Puzzle 18: Something Smells Good
The answer is D 4.


Puzzle 19: Skunk in a Funk

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Puzzle 20: Sister Act

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The answer is 30.


Puzzle 21: That Ain’t Sitting Right
Swipe in the following order: right, right, right, left, left, left, right, right, right, right, left, right

Your total number of moves should be 12.


Puzzle 22: No Extra Charge

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Puzzle 23: Happy Skies

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Puzzle 24: Circuit Training
1) Move red circuit right and on top of green circuit.
2) Move blue circuit straight down to where red was.
3) Move purple circuit left and down on top of blue circuit.
4) Move red circuit to top right so the light comes on.
5) Move green circuit to the top left and connect it so the light comes on.
6) Move purple circuit up in between green and red.
7) Move blie circuit to the bottom right so it locks in place and the light comes on.
8) Move purple circuit to the last remaining spot at the bottom left.

Your total number of moves should be 8.

Achievement earned: Circuit Trained

  • eventide

    Really cool that you guys are doing these now.

  • tankete

    Hmmm...I just read the review and it sounded like the only IAP was puzzle solutions. Doesn't posting this guide directly hurt the devs ability to sell IAP? #confused

    • saosijs

      I'm on the fence too about systematic and explicit solution publishing. I know the article very clearly says spoiler alert and all, but I prefer the forum way where another player can give some clues when asked and where the spoiler tagging is used. Well, I can choose not to read the article of course ;-)

      • chriscambell

        Yeah, I flat out hate the idea of these kinds of posts. There's a difference between tips to help you up your game (like you guys did with block fortress) and detailed walkthroughs.

        Walkthroughs don't help anyone get better at gaming, they just perpetuate a lazy ADD mindset. Tips & tricks, however, are a great way to lend new life to an old game and can also help you advance your skill level by coaching you in the game mechanics, which is great.

        So, TA, more of the latter please and none of the former. Mkay?

      • http://toucharcade.com Eli Hodapp

        The whole idea of it being behind a "Read More" link is so if these offend you, you can just scroll past them instead of reading them and commenting on them.

      • tankete

        @hodapp:disqus Any reply to my original comment/question?
        You guys tend to be champions for devs and side (correctly) with their ability to make a few bucks for their work. Beyond the purchase of the game, doesn't it seem a bit "weird" to post a solutions guide when that's the only way for them to bring in a couple more $?

      • chriscambell

        Hey Eli, sorry if I was rude. I just really appreciate what you guys do with TA and hate to see you venture into something that, IMHO, encourages gamers to be lazy.

        I posted that comment because I felt strongly on the subject and wanted to interact with the community on that point. I understand that mine is a small voice and one that might be wrong but I'm just trying to feedback to you guys on what I love about TA and my personal dislike of the new walkthrough articles. If you guys keep doing them, I'll be slightly sad but will continue to use the app and appreciate all the hard work you guys put into it.

        So, bottom line, I'm not trying to spread a bunch of hate but rather I'm trying to be a part of the conversation in this ever changing community.

  • B30

    It would be nice to put these help guides in a new category in the Toucharcade app (e.g. Gameguides).

  • sadeqodah

    Nice

  • Karzay

    New to TA? You are not going to get a reasonable reply from Eli. He's stubborn and never admits fault.

    (Your chance to prove me wrong, Eli.)

  • http://www.friv10.co/ friv 10

    24 Puzzle...?

  • http://www.yepi10.net/ yepi 10

    wow! game , i like play game

  • Ryumoau

    Thank you so much!