MADiSON – How to Solve the Planet Medallions Puzzle

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MADiSON is finally out. Struggling to solve the MADiSON planet medallions puzzle? We’re here to help.

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How to Solve the Planet Medallions Puzzle in MADiSON?

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The first medallion of Jupiter and Mars is fairly easy to find. It’s located on a shelf in the basement of grandpa’s house.

The next medallion is much harder to obtain. First, grab the heart key that hangs from a wooden pole in the attic of grandpa’s house.

Then go to the grandparents’ room. Inside the room, grab the old slides from the closet near the bed. It’s essential to solving the planet medallions puzzle in MADiSON.

Next, go to the home cinema and put the old slides into the projector. You’ll need to browse through all of the photographs.

After doing so, go closer to the screen projected on the wall and take a photo of the black spiral. It will reveal the Venus and Mercury medallion.

There are three medallions, but the last one is already placed inside the puzzle. Now go back to the grandparents’ room.

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MADiSON Planet Medallions

Puzzle Planet Order

Now for the solution. You’ll need to place the medallions in the order of the solar system.

  1. Mercury
  2. Venus
  3. Earth
  4. Mars
  5. Jupiter
  6. Saturn
  7. Uranus
  8. Neptune

To make it earlier, the planet names are on the back of each of the medallions. Earth and Saturn are already inside the plate so you know the order is from left to right.

Completing the puzzle will reveal a secret room in the grandparents’ room. It’s needed to solve the attic portrait puzzle. Now you know how to solve the planet medallions puzzle.


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