Bring a master builder and a master scientist to the pond and let them in. They collect algae-eating fish and bring them into the sea. Once enough algae-eating fish have been transported to the sea, the algae will disappear and your villagers will be able to fish again.
Your villagers must have researched level 2 of building to work on this puzzle. Drag a villager to the pile of rocks blocking the flow of water from the creek. Once the blockage is cleared, the water will pour into a sparkling lagoon that your villagers will use for various work and play activities.
Once in game, they will willingly “junk sweep” at least 3 times and then close. After 2 hours, open the game and it should be ready.
steps. Drop a master builder (or more to speed it up) onto the rocks just above the pool of water in the southeast corner of the island. They will build a dam to irrigate the fields immediately to the left of it so crops can be grown. That’s great if you’re running out of food.
To boil water, you must first put water in the pot in the lab and then heat it with a glowing rock. Drag an adult onto the shell set you want. You fill the bowl with water and take it to the lab.
The Golden Child has some significant powers that no other villager can attain. He is able to magically create food, regrow the berries on the berry bush and restore the crops in the farming area.
Drop at least one villager on the rocks blocking the creek to the dry creek bed and they will slowly carry away boulders and eventually release the water source.
Once you’ve solved puzzles 5 and 12 and reached fertility level 3, bring a nursing mother to the lagoon. The child becomes the Golden Child.
Spirituality technology affects the villagers in all aspects of their daily lives. Level 2 and 3 Spirituality costing 5,000 and 80,000 Tech Points (10,000 and 160,000 in Origins) are key to helping the player solve some puzzles and some requirements in some puzzles.< / p>
Skills available. Farming: Farming includes harvesting blueberries, crops, or fishing. All of these activities help increase farming skills.
Puzzles are a set of 16 challenges, except in the case of Origins 2, which, once solved, allow the player to expand their village. These can vary in difficulty from requiring a villager to move an object to mastering all technologies and a certain number of villagers.
Gather about 5-10 Redwood pieces. Then hire a builder to build a dam. Take the builder and another villager and drag them to the makeshift dam in the creek near the apple tree. After dismantling the dam, drag the builder to a woodpile and he will build a water wheel.
Virtual Villagers 6: Dark Rebellion.
Have an adult fill the pot with salt water, heat a stone and boil the water. Drag an adult to the table with the flowers to make soap. When the water disappears from the pot, drag an adult over there and they will stack the soap on a rack.
After they cool the rock with water, you’ll have to soon after that pull a villager onto the rock or it’ll heat up again and you’ll have to repeat the process, including getting another bucket of water . The villager will take the stone to the Kraken statue.
After all the puzzles are solved, there is no big reveal behind the cave secret. The game continues as if the puzzles were not solved. There is no big ending. The only thing you get from solving all the puzzles is the satisfaction of solving them.
Villagers can father children once they are of legal age (18 years and over). Once a villager reaches the age of 50, she cannot have children.