Cheats for Mortimer Beckett & the Time Paradox
By Fred Flanders
Updated September 22, 2017
Mortimer Beckett and the Time Paradox is an adventure game that involves solving puzzles and exploring different time eras. Developed by Paprikari and RealArcade, Mortimer Beckett and the Time Paradox puts you in the shoes of Mortimer Beckett, who has to travel through a time portal to find the missing pieces of the time bomb. For those looking to get ahead in the game, a number of tips and hints are available.
If you see a location flash while playing Mortimer Beckett and the Time Paradox, this means that something important is in that particular location.
From time to time there will be action scenes in the game. It is important to follow these scenes and let the action play out. Often a clue appears with the action scene that you could miss if you do not wait for the scene to finish.
When playing the game you can click a “hint button” in the lower right corner of the screen. When doing so, a fragmented piece of the time bomb will be revealed. The hint button can be used as many times as you want; however, the hint button must recharge itself once used, creating time delay.
When playing Mortimer Beckett and the Time Paradox more than once, you will find that the fragmented pieces of the time bomb are never located in the same spot. This means you will always have a unique gaming experience when playing.
When collecting the pieces of the time bomb, it is easier to find all the necessary pieces before trying to assemble them. An easy way to check and see if you have all the necessary pieces of the time bomb is to continue to use the hint button. If all the pieces are collected the hint button will not display a hint.
You must put together a final puzzle in order to complete the game. The final puzzle involves placing artifacts on the correct column. The correct order of the final puzzle is: Age of Robots, Wild West Cowboy Boot, Viking Age Viking Helmet, Caribbean Pirates Sword, Ancient Egypt Scarab, French Revolution Accordion, Age of Gods Vase and Dark Ages Helmet.
Fred Flanders began writing professionally in 2009. His articles have appeared in a number of online publications. Flanders earned a Bachelor of Arts in literature from a respected Pacific 12 University.