100 Floors: Level 92

 

Did you ever think you would see some sort of medical environment in 100 Floors? We certainly didn’t, even if it is slightly just arrows and letters. At least we know our eye sight is good enough to get pass this level 92 in the 100 floors game.

When you begin level 92 in 100 floors you will notice a bunch of letters on the left and a bunch of Ws spun around on the right. Each letter grows smaller as it goes down just like the eye doctor’s place! On the top left is a compass and above the door is the letters “OPEN”. In the middle are four blocks with arrows on them and your task is to get them in the correct order in order to beat Level 92 in 100 Floors!

To beat Level 92 in 100 Floors you must follow the solution below carefully

  1. Top Left – Arrow Up
  2. Top Right – Arrow Right
  3. Bottom Left – Arrow Up
  4. Bottom Right – Arrow Down

This will unlock the door on Level 92 of 100 Floors allowing you to proceed into Level 93 of your 100 Floors game!

100 Floors Level 92 Solution

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  13 Responses to “100 Floors: Level 92”

  1. I wish these would say why that is the right solution

    • I've been looking for the same alll night -.-' I don't want to "cheat" only to know HINTS to how I can beat it

  2. (I didn’t work this out until seeing the answer, silly me)

    Under the word open are four lines.
    Order them from largest to smallest. E N O P.

    Find those letters on the left eye chart and the and the corresponding “E” on the right chart.
    Then set the arrows the way “E” is facing, left to right, top to bottom.

    E N
    O P

  3. I figured out the reason!

    First of all, above the door is the letters OPEN with varying length lines below each letter.
    Each of the lengths represent one of the 4 directions of the compass, where the north-south, north-west, south-east and south-west are of different lengths.
    These directions represent which letter is assigned to the 4 corners of the door (i.e. O is south-west, meaning it’s the bottom left arrow on the door, P is south-east meaning the bottom right artow of the door, etc).
    Now we know which letter is which arrow, but how do you know the direction?

    You look up the letter on the left side, then find the “E” on the right side chart on the same location. The direction of the E represent which direction the arrow points. For example this E is in the right orientation and if you were writing, you would continue in the right direction. An E rotated 90 degrees means you would continue writing also in that 90 degree direction.

    Hope that makes sense!!

  4. Match letters on left chart to directional E on right chart… so wherever the letter is on left chart match corresponding direction. ex. o is match with the E pointing up. so spell open

  5. Match letters on left chart to directional E on right chart… so wherever the letter is on left chart match corresponding direction. ex. o is match with the E pointing up. so spell open

  6. But why?!? These explanations are so frustrating!

  7. I finally fully understand the reasoning behind this level. First, we look at the compass at the top left, we can ignore the flat lines, the important parts are only the 4 arrowheads. These 4 arrowheads indicate North-East, North-West, South-East and South-West. The lengths of these arrowheads correspond to the lengths of the line underneath the letters O, P, E and N above the door. From this, it indicates that O is South-West, P is South-East, E is North-West, N is North-East. What this means is that O will correspond to the bottom left arrow panel, P to the bottom right, E to the top left and N to the top right. Next, look at the O, P, E and N letters on the chart, then look for the corresponding 'tridents' on the right chart. With each letter, look at the direction that the prongs face. After that, adjust the panels so that the arrows face in the same direction as those prongs. So, O corresponds to a 'trident' that has its prongs facing upwards, therefore, the bottom left arrow panel must be adjusted so that the arrow there faces upwards as well. From there on, the other answers can be found.

  8. " Each letter in the word open is in the group of letters on the left hand side. The first letter you find is O and in the grouping on the right hand side it’s corresponding symbol is reaching upwards so the first squares arrow goes up. The next letter you find is N and it’s corresponding symbol is reaching to the right. The next letter is E and it’s corresponding symbol is reaching up and the next letter is P and it’s corresponding symbol is reaching downward."

  9. I really don’t think they pay attention when writing these to help on each level. like they say letter W but you can tell its a E. Level 91 they said it the number 16, but not that it was just the number 91 upside down. and level 81 they tell you 6×6 but should have told you that you need to hold the device upside down as they are 9′s not 6′s.

  10. That may sound fine, but everything you just said is irrelevant because one of the first things you said was that there are four arrowheads. There are actually fine. That fifth one ruins your entire theory. What does the fifth arrow represent?

  11. My bad, the arrowhead with the N marked next to it just indicates that that direction is North, take aside that arrowhead, the remaining four are meant to indicate North-East, South-East, South-West, North-West.

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