Getting stuck in a puzzle game sucks. Unlike most games, you either figure out the solution or sit around until you do or find the answer. While A Rose in the Twilight isn’t the most intense puzzle game around, it incorporates a lot of mechanics and logic that are sure to confuse many. To help you on your adventure, this guide contains the solution to almost every puzzle in the game.
Using this Guide
This guide is set up and written in an odd way as to not take the joy of discovery from you. The solution to almost every puzzle, with the obvious/really simply levels being excluded, is listed, with the additional tasks being separate. So if you want to clear the level without having the blood memory, trophy or some other secret ruined, you can do that, just like you can just read the solution to those puzzles and avoid looking for them. I also included notes indicating where the cutoff point is, so you can make that choice without having to backtrack/redo the puzzle.
All the solutions listed here are done with completion in mind. I found faster and easier ways to do many of these puzzles, but many of these I left out because they’re hard to explain, needlessly complex or are simply unenjoyable. With this being said, you can find my clear times above, which are in no way perfect, but a good indicator of how quickly the stages can be completed. Overall, I would say you have around 12 minutes of time between a perfect or near perfect run and the time attack goal of 1 hour and 20 minutes. The deciding factor isn’t going to be throwing Rose the second you get to a point or not wasting any time being safe, but doing every time based puzzle without messing up and using the giant to avoid dying to fall damage.