Another Eden – How to Solve Tower of Time Puzzle

The Tower of Time has a puzzle waiting for you at the top, and it can get a bit tricky if you don’t know what to do. Here’s how to solve it.

Tower of Time Puzzle Guide

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The Tower of Time is one of the main quest locations you’ll be visiting during your time dealing with the Palisfal Palace section. There’s a puzzle waiting for you at the top, and it can get a bit tricky if you don’t know what to do. If you’re having trouble, here’s how to solve the Tower of Time Clock Puzzle.

Once you finish up with the Palsifal Palace, your next destination will be at the Tower of Time in Chapter 12. This dungeon has about 6 or 7 floors you’ll have to scale, with a clock waiting for you at the very top. Upon inspection, the clock hands will be at 6:00, and your main goal is to make it 12:00.

Gem 2 (Blue)

After inspecting the clock for the first time, head to the bottom of the same room and look for a glowing portal. Hop inside and grab the Gem 2 (Blue) and take it back to the clock to adjust the time to 8:00.

Gem 5 (Yellow)

A new portal will then open to the bottom left of the room, so you’ll want to go ahead and jump in. Inside, you’ll find another gem, Gem 5 (Yellow), which you’ll want to take back to the clock. The hands will move again and will stop at 1:00.

Gem 4 (Green)

Another portal will open up again at the top right corner of the room, so mosey on over there and grab the Gem 4 (Green). Place the gem in the clock to make it 5:00 on then head to the bottom right end of the room and grab the two Prayer Bead Fragments inside the portal room.

Final Portal

Once you’re done, head back to the clock, and remove the Gem 5 (Yellow) to set the clock to 12:00. A new portal will open at the top of the room, where the Tower of Time boss awaits.

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