puzzle music

All large drawers have puzzles inside. You will need to solve these puzzles to open other drawers or find secret compartments.

Adjusting these pegs on the back of the memory board changes the tune it reads. The dark pegs represent the notes of the song.

A secret button opens the center of the desk revealing a checker pattern. If you find a way to rearrange it into a key pattern the center drawers unlocks.

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Pain is a part of life. Sometimes it’s a big part, and sometimes it isn’t, but either way, it’s a part of the big puzzle, the deep music, the great game. Pain does two things: It teaches you, tells you that you’re alive. Then it passes away and leaves you changed. It leaves you wiser, sometimes. Sometimes it leaves you stronger. Either way, pain leaves its mark, and everything important that will ever happen to you in life is going to involve it in one degree or another.
—  Jim Butcher, White Night

Because man cannot live on Arctic Monkeys alone, Alex gave us ‘Submarine’. And though it’s half the size of following LP, ‘Suck It And See’, it’s actually the most spell-binding record the man has ever released.

‘Stuck on the Puzzle’ is a Richard Hawley-esque song about a girl that Alex probably shouldn’t have fallen in love with. It’s what you’d imagine to be the first song on the “Love Songs” mixtape your pessimistic dad made for you – just as Oliver Tate was given in ‘Submarine’ – and the song’s not only deft in its poetry and sweet in its chord structure, it’s rooted in a small village that we could all imagine growing up in. And it’s the soundtrack to a love story we could all imagine living.

—  Mark White
Whatculture.com
Pain is a part of life. Sometimes it’s a big part, and sometimes it isn’t, but either way, it’s a part of the big puzzle, the deep music, the great game. Pain does two things: It teaches you, tells you that you’re alive. Then it passes away and leaves you changed. It leaves you wiser, sometimes. Sometimes it leaves you stronger. Either way, pain leaves its mark, and everything important that will ever happen to you in life is going to involve it in one degree or another.
—  Jim Butcher, White Night 

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