On the Subject of Cyan Arrows
This actually represents a car, believe it or not.
On the module are 4 directional buttons and a display screen in the middle.
If the buttons are not Cyan, or if there is no play image on the display screen, you’re looking at a different module.
The arrows represent the compass of the car that you are “driving”. Due to an (unexplained) unfortunate circumstance, the automatically driving car has gone haywire. The car will attempt to annihilate itself if given a chance. This is bad news since you are currently trapped inside of it.
Luckily, the car is not able to automatically start at the moment. To prevent an accident from happening, you must (magically) place walls where the car will drive itself, so that the car has no chance of annihilating itself.
The compass has been compromised so that it reveals the path of the car if it ever starts automatically without input from the driver. When you press the triangle on the middle part of the compass, the compass reveals 20 (technically 21, but the end point of the compass is a “dead end”) different directions.
- The starting direction and some path numbers will blink. The blinking lights indicate the true North for the subsequent paths that will follow (excluding the “dead end”). The path number after it will be the starting path.
- The directions after the blinking light are the paths the car will follow. Adjust the directions so that the North of the compass corresponds to the true North of the current path that the car will travel on.
- If the path number blinks (including the “dead end”), it means you’ve reached the end of the path you’re on. After travelling to this path number, the car will be teleported (another unexplained event) to another pathway where it will adjust itself to the new pathway.