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How to Repair Fingers in Shamane’s Left Arm in Reverse 1999

Reverse 1999 is an RPG set in the 20th century with a time-travel theme, developed by Bluepoch.

The game’s story is about the “Storm” that occurred on the last day of 1999.

As the Timekeeper, you can travel through different periods to save Arcanists.

The game features unique visuals blending various art styles and offers a cinematic adventure.

It also includes full English voice acting with authentic accents and diverse Arcanists.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to repair fingers in Shamane’s Left Arm (Stage 1) in Reverse 1999.

How to Repair Fingers in Shamane’s Left Arm in Reverse 1999

How to repair fingers in Reverse 1999:

  1. Click on the long horizontal line once to connect the starting point to the first point.
  2. Click on the long horizontal line once again, click on the bottom corner of it, and click on the vertical line next to it to connect to the second point.
  3. Click on the corner of the vertical connected line on top of the second point thrice, and click on the corner of the line near the end point thrice to complete the puzzle.

Further reading

How to Connect the Prosthetic Parts Sequentially in Reverse 1999

Reverse 1999 The Daily Moon Crossword Puzzle Answer

Reverse 1999 Meeting of St. Pavlov Foundation London Branch Crossword Puzzle Answer


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