Find the form on the “octopus” side of the Nautilus Cluebox and memorize the symbol inside of the form.
Put this key into the slot in the box as shown, so that the slot on the key hooks a ward inside of the box. Then pull the key and while holding it pulled, release another key
WARNING!!! Before you get to the box: at this moment you might have the big figure key stuck in the box. If this is the case – don’t do anything about it until you read what to do. If you extracted the key at some point – don’t put it in yet, until you read
Find the symbol from under the propeller at one of the three moving bars. Then find the symbol you found in the octopus tentacle on this bar. This symbol determines the right position of the bar. Adjust all the tree bars according to this principle
In the initial position, all the horizontal sliders but for the second row, are in the opened position Your main target is to open all the locks. The movement of the horizontal sliders is determined by the position of the vertical slider. So your primary goal is to release the vertical slider (so that it
The answer is: Symbol 2, 1 and 3 starting with the bar used in the example. If you adjust everything correctly, you will be able to extract two keys, as shown: Pull the key up Pull the key out 3. Pull the key out
As initially the slider is not moving, the only thing you can do is moving slider 4 to the left
On the key taken from the previous step you will find a buoy image
The next step is to shift slider 1 and 3 to the left Now that you have brought all the sliders in the locked position – your vertical slider is moving freely.
same buoy image can be found on the bottom of Nautilus Cluebox.
Now you need to find the right order for bringing the horizontal sliders into an unlocked position. The principle is the following: when you unlock the first horizontal slider – the vertical slider should still be able to move freely in 3 positions. When you unlock the second horizontal slider – the vertical slider should
Rotate the wheel to the left, as indicated by the buoy icon, AND look at the symbols that can be seen in the middle of the “octopus”