Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

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Description
Advanced versions of most vanilla modules.

Warning: These modules are not for the faint of heart!

Regular modules:
- [KeypadV2] Round Keypad
- [MemoryV2] Forget Me Not
- [MorseV2] Morsematics
- [MazeV2] Plumbing
- [PasswordV2] Safety Safe
- [SimonV2] Simon States
- [ButtonV2] Square Button

Needy modules:
- [NeedyVentV2] Needy Quiz
- [NeedyKnobV2] Needy Rotary Phone

Also includes some missions to get you acquainted with the modules.

PDF manual: https://github.com/Hexicube/KTANE-Hexi-s-Advanced-Modules/raw/master/Manual/manual.pdf

HTML manual: https://cdn.rawgit.com/Hexicube/KTANE-Hexi-s-Advanced-Modules/master/Manual/manual.htm
HTML manual supports #<name> (i.e. "manual.htm#Password Sequences") for quick selection.

Many thanks to ashthebash for rotary phone sounds, and LtHummus/aforgottentune for voice acting!

"Number Disconnected" sound: http://www.freesound.org/people/FreqMan/sounds/24271/
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55 Comments
Amanwaf May 5 @ 3:33pm 
Rotary phone - wrong image. Need a picture timer, not a stable module.
First strike! bep-bep.
A.I. BOT Apr 16 @ 10:35am 
ohhhhhh.... ok that makes sense. I feel dumb now. That module is HARD. Thanks for getting back to me though :)
Hex  [author] Apr 16 @ 1:40am 
Edgework shown gives blue to green+blue.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/z50snpwo4kl2czi/answer.png?dl=0
Hex  [author] Apr 16 @ 12:06am 
An X pipe does not always mean the input is active.
corinneandmark Mar 8 @ 12:07am 
Thanks Hex!!!!!!


Also Vxc86 I dont know whats going on but try redownloading the mod or reinstalling the mod. Either or might work, but i didnt have the problem so hopefully it works!!!
elawesomeguy Feb 19 @ 11:59am 
Ahh I see, I was distracted by the 4-way pipe next to the green input pipe, for some reason I thought it was forced to become part of the circuit. Yeah, it's just me not seeing these things. Thanks for the help!
Hex  [author] Feb 19 @ 11:09am 
http://i.imgur.com/cNNXPbq.png

The first mistake people tend to make is assuming that there's no solution for a given state.
There's always a solution, you just need to find it.
elawesomeguy Feb 19 @ 9:17am 
The only other one I can't figure out is this one:

http://imgur.com/XvhcNQa

I'm meant to be connecting blue to blue and green, except I have no choice but to connect the green input pipe (does that matter?) and there's always a leak, either from the corner pipe on the top row (the one currently leaking), or if I rotate the dark corner pipe to the right of it so that it loops back round, the straight pipe to the right of that one leaks instead. Is this one impossible or am I missing something?
elawesomeguy Feb 19 @ 9:02am 
http://imgur.com/hdnXoTL

Nevermind, I got one finished in the end. I'm probably just bad at visualising the best path. Thanks for the help!
elawesomeguy Feb 19 @ 8:53am 
Just to confirm, if a pipe's open end goes off the end, it counts as a leak right?

http://imgur.com/tfgsh1g

In this one, (I'm pretty certain), the only active in pipe is blue, and the only active out pipe is red. I've made the best path I can come up with but there's still the matter of the leak from the pipe in red, so either there's a better path that I'm not seeing or I'm not correctly identifying the active in/out pipes.