Inscryption is a truly unique game. Designed by Daniel Mullins, known for making Pony Island and The Hex, Inscryption is likewise a meta, genre-bending exploration of the nature of video games. Just when you think you’ve figured out what you need to do next or think you’ve got a pattern down, the game throws a curveball at you. A particularly difficult Tile Puzzle occurs in Act 3, when the game turns into Robotopia. If, like many Inscryption players, this Inscryption act 3 sliding puzzle has been giving you a lot of trouble and you’re not sure what you need to do to finish it, our Inscryption Robot Sliding Puzzle Act 3 guide will show you how to complete it.
How to Solve Robot Sliding Puzzles Inscryption
There are two sliding tile puzzles in this section of the game. The first of these is fairly easy to solve, and we’ve put a screenshot of how the tiles are supposed to be positioned in order to complete it. Your reward for completing this first Robot Sliding Puzzle will be a “Mrs. Bomb Remote”, which can drop bombs on every empty space. It can be recharged at Waypoints, and is a great little device that will make your time in the game a lot easier.
Most players have probably managed to solve that first tile puzzle without too much fuss. However, the second sliding puzzle is where things get really hard. To be able to solve this puzzle, you will need to read all the rules of what each particular tile does. It can take you a lot of time to solve it if you are unsure of exactly what you need to do here. To help you from randomly clicking on tiles hoping to get the right combination, see the combination of how they need to be place in our screenshot in the gallery down below. When you have completed it, you will receive the Lonely Wizbot card.