Candence of Hyrule Castle Statue Puzzle - How to Solve the Hyrule Castle Puzzle in Cadence of Hyrule

Candence of Hyrule Castle Statue Puzzle - How to Solve the Hyrule Castle Puzzle in Cadence of Hyrule

This is our guide to the Cadence of Hyrule, Hyrule Castle statue puzzle, and how to solve the puzzle with the statue easily.

When you eventually make your way to Hyrule Castle in Cadence of Hyrule, you might happen upon a particularly tricky statue puzzle within the castle. In our Cadence of Hyrule Hyrule Castle statue puzzle guide, we'll be walking you through how to solve the Hyrule Castle statue puzzle as easily as possible, so you can continue on your quest to confront Octavo.

Cadence of Hyrule Hyrule Castle Statue Puzzle

To solve this puzzle within the green door at the entrance of Hyrule Castle, you need to have acquired the Hookshot item. This is really hard to miss, as since you've already beaten the four champion bosses of Cadence of Hyrule, you're going to have acquired the Hookshot, which can be found within a chest in a boss dungeon.

So when you're in the room with the two statues, walk up the stairs ahead of you, and stand in line with the box. Use a bow to shoot the box, causing it to fall over the side of the platform. Now go over to the box, and you need to push the box into the small pathway that runs between the platform you were standing on, and the platform where the box started off.

Once you've moved over the box to stand on the platform that the box was originally on, it's time to use the Hookshot. All you need to do now is use the Hookshot to pull yourself to the two other statues in the room, one after the other.

When you've pulled yourself to the second statue in the area, you can simply exit the puzzle room through the stairs on the right. This is the statue puzzle in Hyrule Castle solved, and you can continue ahead to fight Octavo and beat the game.

If you're in need of help with other areas of Cadence of Hyrule, why not check out our additional guides on the indie hit. We've got guides on how to get the Flippers, as well as how to unlock fast travel in Cadence of Hyrule.

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