Children of Silentown Walkthrough – Chapter 4 (Bramble, Statues)

Stuck in Children of Silentown? Check out this guide to find out how to solve the bramble puzzle and block the statues in the forest.

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Welcome to the Into Indie Games guide for Children of Silentown! As Children of Silentown is a point-and-click adventure game, I strongly recommend exploring the world and getting a feel for all the various items and characters you’ll find in it. Note that this is a story-oriented guide and does not cover stickers or achievements.

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Chapter 4 (Bramble, Statues)

Head south from the tree. The annoying squirrel enters a hole, and if you chase it, it’ll keep running to other holes, making it impossible for Lucy to catch it.

Examine the red bramble that’s wrapped around the boulder full of holes. This will change Mom’s Song to a new icon – use Mom’s Song on the bramble.

Children of Silentown Walkthrough - Chapter 4 (Bramble, Statues)

Now we have an object puzzle that has a distinctly red flavour – the new mechanic here is that there is a monster that you want the path to avoid. Even if your path goes from the beginning to the house at the end, if the path is open to the monster, the puzzle will not be resolved. Therefore, your path must go from the beginning to the house, without also going to the monster.

Solve the puzzle according to the solution below:

Children of Silentown Walkthrough - Chapter 4 (Bramble, Statues)

Once the puzzle is solved, the bramble will retreat and the statue to your south will close its eyes. Look in your inventory for a shard of glass and use it with the statue that the light is shining on. This closes the eyes of the opposite statue, thus reducing the number of hiding spots the squirrel can retreat to.

Children of Silentown Walkthrough - Chapter 4 (Bramble, Statues)

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This Article was written by: Rahul Shirke