This cheat allows you to either watch the entire video of the game (except
the ending), or to access any part of the house (but the puzzles are not
solved for you). During the starting screen (the screen with the four s
kulls), type "Zaphod Beeblebrox", followed by "Eleventh Hour" (or possibly
the other way around ;). If you don't hear a bell, try pressing F12 first,
then retyping the above.
Here is a list of treasure hunt items, including the order to find them,
and the location of each.
ORDER ITEM LOCATION
1 Tonic Water Library
2 Cock Dutton's room
3 Satyr Picture gallery
4 Globe Library
5 Tablet Lab
6 Redbreast(Robin) Foyer
7 Desk Library
8 Torso Picture gallery
9 Liquor Dutton's room
10 Irish setter Games room
11 Grandfather clock Foyer
12 Straight razor Bathroom
13 Orange Dining room
14 Nightmare Knox's room
15 Great dane Library
16 Televison Dutton's room
17 Organ Chapel
18 Ivory Tower(rook) Attic
19 Torch Chapel
20 Grater Kitchen
21 Disc Lab
22 Toothpaste Bathroom
23 Guillotine Temple's room
24 Gardenia 2nd floor hall
25 Rose Burden's room
26 Earring Heine's room
27 Harp Music room
28 Nutcracker Hallway
29 Eyeball Games room
30 Blade Temple's room
31 Locomotive Attic
32 Sheets Burden's room
33 Cleaver Kitchen
34 Lion Hallway
35 Port Knox's room
36 Rattle Nursery
37 XI (on clock) Foyer(on the clock)
38 Inkstand Library
If you hit P twice during the skull "monitor adjust" screen,
then you can right-click to skip all the title stuff.
Skip introductory sequence:
Type PP during the monitor adjustment screen that displays a skull.
Right-click at the title screen to bypass the introductory sequence.
Advance in game:
Go to the skull load-in screen. Type the following case-sensitive text, with
spaces as noted: Roberto Dan R Zaphod B [Space]
After you type Roberto, Stauf will say, " Duh.... that's not it Karl!".
Ignore him, he
is trying to trick you. After the B, type [Space], then any of the following
get to that point in the game:
A: End of disc one.
S: End of disc two.
D: End of disc three.
F: End of disc four.
E: The "Olive In Stein" riddle, good for using the Kellyn code.
G: The very end, at the "Let's Make A Real Deal" intermission sequence.
Successfully complete the game to unlock the "Open House" file.
Load it to be able to play any puzzle an unlimited number of times.
Start the game and go anywhere in the mansion. Remain idle and eventually
the colors on the screen at that time will blend together as a screensaver.
It is different from every viewpoint in the mansion.
Go to the television In Dutton's room at a point where you can see the
close-up view. Type Kellyn to see a hidden video.
In The 7th Guest, typing Zaphod Beeblebrox gave you open house access. Doing
this in The 11th Hour will only cause Stuaf to mock you.
Get to a point in the game where you have access to the altar room. On the
side here, is a bowl you can click. There is a page sticking out among the
bones that says "Missed". This is an obvious reference to Myst and pages,
the game that the 7th Guest was accused of trying to mimic.
The game includes a mesmerizing, kaleidoscopic screen saver. To activate it,
just stand idle for a long period of time. This can be done anywhere in the
house, including during puzzles. This screen saver is not mentioned anywhere
in the documentation.
Unusual video on Dutton's TV screen:
In Brian Dutton's room on the second floor, click the "rolling eyeball" icon
on the television set to get a closer look. Type in the name "Kellyn" and a
short video clip will play on the television screen.
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