Virtual Villagers: Origins for iPhone – How to move the boulder, get the golden child, teach villagers how to fish, and revive dead flowers

 
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There have been many questions regarding Virtual Villagers: Origins, because it really is a confusing game at times. You have so many things to do and so many puzzles to complete, but many of them are confusing. Read on to find out answers to some of the most frequently asked questions for Virtual Villagers: Origins.

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To teach your villagers how to fish, first, you need to have someone, most likely a builder, clear out all of the debris from the beach. Then, you need to upgrade your food technology to level 3. If it’s level 2 or below, nobody can fish. After you upgrade it to level 3, start trying to drop villagers into the ocean and see if they fish. Keep doing it until a villager stays there, rather than shaking their head and walking away.

To get the golden child, you need to have spirituality, fertility and construction fully researched, and you need to have the temple built, as well as the idol and the garden. You need the lagoon to be unblocked as well. You also need a mother with a baby. Once all these prerequisites are done, drop the mother with the baby into the lagoon. This will get you the golden child.

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To revive the dead flowers, you need to have the lagoon unblocked. Once the lagoon is unblocked, put a farmer over by the dead flowers. As usual, the villagers usually won’t get moving right away (they’ll step back and shake their heads) but keep trying until one of them starts walking over to the lagoon.

To move the boulder, you need to have the golden child. Once the golden child is old enough, he will investigate and move the boulder all by himself.

To find the butterflies, have the golden child, drag him over to the garden, and he’ll make the butterflies appear. Then, if you take him to the fruitless plant after that, the butterflies will pollinate it.

 

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