Sally Face searches for ghosts in an attempt to uncover the truth about Larry. Episode Three: The Bologna Incident Sally Face and his friends begin an investigation at school that becomes much more than they expected. Episode Four: The Trial Sal and Larry face a formidable darkness. Episode Five – Coming 2019. Episode Five: Memories and Dreams is now available in the Sally Face Season Pass! The dark mystery comes to an end in the final episode of Sally Face. Developing this game has been a long and sometimes very difficult journey. Currently, he’s planning to release the next part either late in 2017 or early 2018. You can pick up the Sally Face season pass on Steam, itch.io, and GameJolt. This will give you access to each episode as it is released so you can discover more secrets on your own. Sally Face DLC Achievements Full list of all 35 Sally Face achievements. The base game contains 21 achievements, and there is 1 DLC packs containing 14 achievements.
Sally Face Episode 5 game guide focuses on how to get the DOG achievement walkthrough. This guide describes how to get DOG Achievement hidden achievement in Episode 5 of Sally Face. While writing this instruction, we pick up many pieces of information from several sites for you. We hope that this guide will help you.
Episode Five: Memories and Dreams is now available in the Sally Face Season Pass!
Developing this game has been a long and sometimes very difficult journey. Episode Five: Memories and Dreams is now available in the Sally Face Season Pass. Dev of the game announced and said that: “The amount of love I’ve gotten from fans has been amazing and I’m forever grateful for all of the amazing people who have grown to love Sally Face and who have supported my work. I hope that you will all enjoy the final episode.”
How to Get the DOG Achievement
This guide describes how to get the DOG Achievement in Episode 5 of Sally Face.
What You Need to Do
To get the achievement you need to collect those small hexagons that are scattered around different parts of the episode.
You can find the hexagons in this order and in those locations:
- 5: When you start up the game to play Ashley in the graveyard go left to the edge of the screen and you can find it on the floor there.
- 1: After talking to Neil about the plan you have to go into the bathroom and get the hexagon next to the sink.
- 3: While you are on the quest to place the C4, go right instead of left in the beginning. Walk right until you see the hexagon under a banner.
- 2: After you enter “door 2” with Sal to get the first pyramid you have to go to Sal´s room. It is located under his bed.
- 4: After entering “door 3” with Sal go to the far bottom left corner. You´ll find it on the floor there.
- 6: After entering “door 4” with Sal go all the way to the right immidiatly and you´ll find it.
After you got all of them you have to play with Ashely until you get to the locked door that leads to the boss. With Sal you will need to enter that wooden door to progress but before you do anything go to the bookshelf and press space on it, it will open a path which you have to go through. You will find yourself infront of “door 5” on which you have to enter a code. To get the code it´s important to memorize the colors of the dots on the hexagons to get the right code.
The code is:
white, grey, blue, red, green, purple.
This is the ending of Sally Face Episode 5 – DOG Achievement Guide. Hope it will help you. If there is wrong or you have suggestions, please let’s know and comment us. Have fun.
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