Hey 8th graders! Are you struggling to find all 100 solutions in the Seeing Stars DLC? Look no further! Our video guide has got you covered. With timestamps in the video description, you can easily jump to the solutions you need. Get ready to conquer this DLC with our complete visual walkthrough. Let’s get gaming!

### The Guide:

Link to Video: https://youtu.be/OG5ip-5gwns

Crackers:

Solution 1 – Match Crackers Bite Marks

Solution 2 – Match the Shapes

Solution 3 – Stack one of each shape on the Crackers

Utensils:

Solution 4 – Arrange by Utensil Length

Solution 5 – Arrange from Cleanest to Dirtiest (or vice versa)

Solution 6 – Arrange by handle branches from least to most (or vice versa)

Solution 7 – Arrange by Length of Prongs

Solution 8 – Arrange in a ^ shape from Wood on the left to metal on the right

Mugs:

Solution 9 – Match the colour pattern on the mugs

Solution 10 – Stack the mugs by types of Handles

Solution 11 – Stack by shape of mugs (Curvy, Straight, ZigZag)

Solution 12 – Stack to make the lines match

Corn:

Solution 13 – Show the peppered side

Solution 14 – Show the eaten side

Solution 15 – Complete the curved line pattern

Solution 16 – Complete the diagonal gradient pattern

Leaves:

Solution 17 – Match to the white shadows on the page

Solution 18 – Match the holes in the leaves with the black dots on the page

Solution 19 – Stack by Shape

Vase:

Solution 20 – Smash the two vases by lifting and dropping them. Use the shattered pieces to put the middle vase back together

Tamagotchis:

Solution 21 – Arrange by length of the chain

Solution 22 – Arrange by colours. They have accent colours indicating which ones they should be next to.

Solution 23 – Arrange by Screen height

Solution 24 – Arrange by how many buttons it takes to make them sleep

Solution 25 – Arrange from Circle to Body shape (or vice versa)

Box of Electronics:

Solution 26 – Sort into their allocated places. VHS’s need to be arranged in rainbow and tapes need to be arranged with titles shortest to longest (or vice versa)

Balls:

Solution 27 – Arrange by ball size (smallest to biggest or vice versa)

Solution 28 – Arrange by how many sections the balls have due to stitching or pattern

Solution 29 – Gravity Check! Arrange by how many bounces the balls do before coming to a standstill

Ice Cubes:

Solution 30 – Sort by colours

Solution 31 – Sort by how many cubes in each shape (3, 4 & 5)

Solution 32 – Match the cracks and make all the cubes tessellate in the middle jar

Solution 33 – Make the water level even

Pizza:

Solution 34 – Have even toppings on every slice

Solution 35 – One Topping Per Slice (All mushrooms on one, all jalapeños on one, etc)

Solution 36 – Take all the toppings off

Solution 37 – Half Vegetarian, Half Meat

Food containers:

Solution 38 – Arrange the tabs on the lids by how many they have (1 – 3 vertically) and their positioning from left to right horizontally.

Solution 39 – Stack by fill level. Top level is barely filled, middle layer is half filled, bottom is completely full

Solution 40 – Arrange in a rainbow colour pattern (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue)

Solution 41 – Arrange the tags/labels. They are in groups of 3 so you make a stack 3 x 5 and have the full label in the middle, the label on the right of the container is the container you stack to the left and the opposite applies for the right.

Solution 42 – Food Pyramid! Bacteria on the top, Fruit next, Pasta on third tier, liquids on fourth tier and veggies at the bottom!

Windows:

Solution 43 – Open/close the windows until the middle 3 patterns line up. Look for green diamonds and red jewels.

Cacti:

Solution 44 – Sort the pots by the flowers and put the cacti with the same number of flowers in it.

Solution 45 – Sort by how many branches each cactus has (1 – 5)

Solution 46 – Sort the pots in height order and also the cacti

Solution 47 – Sort the pot bevels from nothing to highest, then sort the cacti into them from least amount of roots to most amount.

Solution 48 – Height contrasts. Put the tallest cacti in the shortest pot and the shortest cacti and the tallest pot and so forth.

Origami:

Solution 49 – Using the lines, tessellate the origami into the assigned positions.

Moths:

Solution 50 – Arrange by the number of lines the moths have on their body in the circle. Arrange in a clockwise direction.

Solution 51 – Match the pattern on the wings to the missing stitches in the background

Solution 52 – Arrange in a clockwise direction by how many times the moths flap their wings when clicked

Solution 53 – Arrange in a clockwise direction by how many stitches are in their wing patterns

Maths Stationery:

Solution 54 – Sort into the case

Solution 55 – Sort onto the graph paper. The Compass and the quarter protractor will change shape when you click their red buttons/hinges

Ink Jars:

Solution 56 – Line up the drips

Solution 57 – Line up the Labels so that they show the full picture

Five Drawers:

Solution 58 – Separate the items by material type (Plastic, Nature, Glass, Wood and Metal). Then, arrange them in the drawers indicated by the handle.

Curtain:

Solution 59 – Drag the curtain so that the image lines up

Stack of Books:

Solution 60 – Stack the books so that the pattern continues through the stack

Solution 61 – Stack the books so that the ribbon/bookmark ascends on the left, is straight down the middle in the centre and then descends on the right

Solution 62 – Arrange the bottom books: Empty, Half filled and Full. From there, stack the images that represent these concepts.

Solution 63 – Stack and match the spine nodules on the book.

Solution 64 – Make one giant stack of all the books, with the black books being on top.

Craft Drawer:

Solution 65 – Sort out the drawer. You’ll have to pull the gum off some of the objects, peel the stickers off some objects and fix the glue’s label

Bells:

Solution 66 – Sort by handle types and arrange them from shortest to tallest (Circles, Long poles and characters)

Solution 67 – Sort by the shape on the bells and arrange from smallest to biggest within those groups

Solution 68 – Sort by shape of the bell and arrange from thin to thick)

Mini-Figurines:

Solution 69 – Sort by colour

Solution 70 – Tessellate into the middle section

Solution 71 – Sort by type of character

Bookshelf:

Solution 72 – Group by colour

Solution 73 – Complete the pictures (Desert, Space, Birds, Veggies, Ocean & Bees)

Solution 74 – Group by size

Cats:

Solution 75 – Make all the cats eyes appear by grabbing and shaking the toys across the screen

Miscellaneous Drawer:

Solution 76 – Make it all fit in the drawer. There are objects that can shift into different shapes: Tape, Slinky, Hinge, Telescope, Stanley knife, Comb, Phone, Envelopes & Ticket

Solution 77 – Reverse the positions of the objects and make them all fit again differently

Music Drawer:

Solution 78 – Make it all tessellate into the drawer. Objects that have moving abilities: Slide whistle & accordion

Comb Drawer:

Solution 79 – Sort all the combs into the drawer

Solution 80 – Sort all of the combs on the wooden board. The outlines are in the wood grain

Sketchy First Aid Kit:

Solution 81 – Sort into their assigned places. You’ll need to put lids and caps on some bottles and pull the pump up on one bottle.

Robots:

Solution 82 – Sort the robots into their packaging. Some robots move when you press their buttons

Solution 83 – Reverse the positioning and resort into the packaging!

Crystals & Random Drawers:

Solution 84 – Create a compass in the middle

Solution 85 – Create a lock shape in the middle

Solution 86 – Create a pocket knife shape in the middle

Bread Crusts:

Solution 87 – Make three rings of crusts in the shape of a slice of bread

Solution 88 – Arrange the crusts into a + shape outline using the lines on the plate

Cupcakes:

Solution 89 – Candle/sprinkles/wrapper colours

Solution 90 – Wrappers/candles height

Solution 91 – Lines on the candles

Pens & Lids:

Solution 92 – Colour

Solution 93 – Lines

Solution 94 – Tips

Whistles:

Solution 95 – Shadows

Solution 96 – Holes

Solution 97 – Colour

Solution 98 – Chains

Solution 99 – Shape

Cat Collecting:

Solution 100 – Find cats

And that wraps up our share on A Little to the Left: Video Walkthrough – All 100 Solutions – Seeing Stars DLC. If you have any additional insights or tips to contribute, don’t hesitate to drop a comment below. For a more in-depth read, you can refer to the original article here by Teegstah, who deserves all the credit. Happy gaming!