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Walkthrough - Myha (Original Edition)

After the introduction, go on your right. Look at the notebook and read the 1st diary. Continue the only way until you reach the planets device. Look at the first view, write the symbol and the color of the only colored planet. Check the other sides of the device. Write all the symbols and colors. It gives :

І   green
П  yellow
Ш pink
Щ blue

Now look at the table on the wall. It containes colored leaves and numbers. Try to replace the leaves with numbers. Each number of each raw can be added to give the result on the right, and same for the columns and the numbers at the bottom. It should allow to guess the missing number (replaced by a clover). It gives:

_3 3 3 2___11
_2 8 2 1 ___13
_ 1 8 1  1___11
_2 2 2 3___9
  |  |  |  |
 8 21 8 7

Go back on your steps, follow the paths until you reach the tower. Go to the top (with an armchair) and look at the window on the left. Take the remote control of the rocket. Use it on the door of the rocket. Enter the rocket, look at the computer on the wall and read the 2nd diary.

Check the doors of the rocket and take a metal bar near one of them. Look at the paper on the wall, it's an ascii table that will help you soon. Leave the rocket and walk to the closest metal gate. You have to enter the code. The display shows a leaf and a clover, the same than in the table of the beginning. Replace these symbols with the numbers you found earlier: 8 and 13. That's the code you need to enter. However the keyboard only contains 2-digits numbers from 49 to 57. So use the ascii table of the rocket to convert 8, 1 and 3. It gives 56, 49, 51. Open the door.

Enter the cave, visit the path on the left and read the new diary. It contains the password of the other metal gate (at the beach, near the marina). You can enter it now or later.
Still in the cave, use the metal bar in your inventory on the rotative door, where a wood plank is broken. Use the lever to open the door.

Continue in the cave until the rusty machinery. There are stairs near it, but they are raised so you can't use them. The machinery can lower the stairs. It has 4 hotspots: a lever, a small sliding lever, a button and a handbreak.
- pull the sliding lever
- push the lever
- push the sliding lever again
- release the handbreak
- press the red button
The stairs should lower. But if you leave, they will raise again automatically, so don't forget to replace the handbreak!

Go down the stairs. Push the button on the plasma shield box. Leave the cave and visit the temple now that it is opened. You'll find there the last part of the diary.

Still in the temple, use the armchair. You'll see the outside of the Ark spaceship and 4 planets. One of them is probably Myha. It is important to write their colors: blue, pink, green and yellow. You should make a link with the planets device from the beginning, and you can complete your data with the position of the planets:

І   green  3
П  yellow 4
Ш pink    2
Щ blue    1

Now go through the metal gate at the beach (you have the password in the 3rd diary). Walk to the stasis pod and look on its left to find a hatch. Take the colored stones in your inventory and use them to fill the grid according to the information you have gathered with the planets (above). It gives:

___1____2____3____4
І___________green
П________________yellow
Ш_____pink
Щ_blue

It will open a hidden hatch with a new keyboard. The display shows 2 superimposed grids. Try to combine your different grids. You have the last grid (with colors) and the grid of the beginning (the leaves on the wall). They both contain 4x4 data. If you superimpose these data, you get:

____1____ 2____3____4
І ___3____3____3____2
П___2____8____2____1
Ш___1____8____1_____1
Щ___2____2____2____3

Take each revealed number of each column (in red) and you get the password! It is the end of MYHA.

GAME INFO Myha is an adventure game by The Icehouse released in 2016 for PC. It has a Illustrated realism style, presented in Panoramic nodes and is played in a First-Person perspective.

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