How to Solve the Resurrection Process Puzzle in The Past Within: Chapter 2

 How to Solve the Resurrection Process Puzzle in The Past Within: Chapter 2

The Past Within is the latest Rusty Lake installment where you will need to solve a series of puzzles in order to escape the room. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to solve the first puzzle, the Resurrection Process in The Past Within: Chapter 2. 

Resurrection Process Puzzle Solution in The Past Within: Chapter 2

If you’ve just finished chapter 1 and are here for the first puzzle of the next chapter, you’re in the right place. The previous puzzle can be found in the link below.

Read Next: How to Solve the Chess Puzzle in The Past Within: Chapter 1 

The Past player completed the Bone, Flesh, and Blood puzzle in the last chapter, and now the Future player will find themselves in the same room. They are in a lab with some papers in front of them. This piece of paper has a code that Past has to input into the machine.

The past player needs to rotate the machine to the right and enter the code. This will transfer the Bone, Flesh, and Blood from the machine. 

The code is: Z1X23Y

There is another puzzle that you will now see, which is to get the Black Cube. place it into the empty spot and press the buttons as follows:

  • 1st and 3rd button in row 1
  • 1st and 3rd button in row 2
  • 1st and 3rd button in row 3

After pressing the buttons, the Future player will see some flashbacks. The shadow of Albert will appear inside the cylinder of the machine. The player needs to click on the clock under the console, and then the button. This will reset the arrows, which you need to watch.

  • Black – 11
  • Red – 1
  • White – 3

Relay this information to the Past player and match the switches of the same color to the corresponding number. Then, the Past will be able to see the Future and find the shadow of Albert inside the cylinder.

Next Puzzle: How to Solve the Piano Puzzle in The Past Within: Chapter 2

Jayita T

Part-time gamer, full-time reader of obscure literature.

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