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The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Guide To Easily Solving The Motion Control Shrine

By Alessia Amherst , Mar 06, 2017 01:51 AM EST
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild contains an assortment of puzzles that require sharp thinking and creative commands. Here is how to easily solve the tricky motion control puzzle better known as the Myaham Agana Shrine.

Myaham Agana Shrine In The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

The said shrine is found in East Necluda inside Hateno village near the Bolson Construction Homes. The shrine contains a Phrenic Bow inside the heart of the shrine. The main puzzle itself involves using motion controls to adjust a maze that is used to transport a glowing ball down a slope.

The puzzle itself is notorious for its wonky controls as players are having a tough time trying to transport the ball down the slope. While fans may be able to turn off motion controls, it is required for the said puzzle. Prima Games reports that players must navigate the ball through the maze to the protruding part of the puzzle and make an attempt to roll it to the adjacent platform.

Easier Way To Solving The Puzzle

However, this is easier said than done as the timing requires precise position and the slightest bit of movement will mess up the maze's positioning. Luckily, YouTuber dadbodgames shares a cheat that fans can do instead. Before anything else, fans should get the chest first in order to get things out of the way.

Once that is done, players must throw the ball off the edge of the maze. Following this, they must quickly rotate the map backward so the flat underside is showing. A new ball will then fall from above and land on the smooth surface.

From there, fans can easily roll the object to the protruding part without any bars to get in the way. As the map tilts to that certain part of the puzzle, quickly flick up so it will bounce to the adjacent platform. It may take a few tries but the absence of the bars makes it easier to position the ball. Fans can try the said puzzle by playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the Wii U and Nintendo Switch.

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