Marvel’s Spider-Man Full Walkthrough: Breakthrough
After the showdown with the negative version of Martin Li, the protagonist will finally be able to return to his scientific work. Having arrived at the lab, Peter will witness a crucial breakthrough in prosthesis development – Otto has grown a couple of mechanical tentacles and is very pleased with himself.
Doc is so confident in his invention that he will let the hero take a closer look at its scheme. However, even a quick examination will reveal a defective component that needs correction. You get it right: it’s time for another series of mini-games.
This time, all three puzzles have one problem – the voltage is too high. Each of the puzzles also has a solution – and a wrong one, so you need to redirect the electrical flow around existing blocks (replacing wrong ones).
There are two ways to fix the first scheme. The required voltage (2) is achieved by formulas 3-1 and 5-1-2, so that your circuit must pass either through the block with a voltage of +3 or through the element with a voltage of +5. Despite the successful solution of the puzzle, the problem will not disappear – the motor cortex will again require further work.
Turn up from the start of the second scheme and set a +5 block, then draw the circuit through two negative elements with a voltage of -1, then connect your sequence with the original one closer to the final component. The alternative option is to place a +3 element at the beginning of the chain and connect it to the +2 block at the end.
Your efforts are still not sufficient enough – there’s another problem in the motor cortex. This time, you need to loop through the outer row of cells to go through the -2 element, and then bypass the fixed +5 block with your own +4 block.
The alternative option is to save the fixed +5 component and replace the original +4 component to a +3 component and pass through the -2 block. In this case, you’ll still get the required voltage: 5=3-2+5-1. Anyway, your efforts won’t be a big help to Octavius’ neuro interface – there are just too many problems.
Peter will tell Otto that his system is imperfect and insecure, but the previously calm doc will be very emotional while defending his creation. Nevertheless, the mind of a brilliant scientist will prevail, and Octavius will listen to the arguments of the protagonist. Peter has done all that he could do (and got 500 experience points for this). Unfortunately, this was not enough.
As soon as Peter leaves Otto alone with his disconnected tentacles, Doc will see a televised speech of Norman Osborn which will awaken the worst in him. The previously calm view will be covered with a veil of hatred, the manifestations of which will become evident in the following missions of Marvel’s Spider-Man.