Myahm Agana is one of the many Shrines located throughout Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The challenge inside, named the Myahm Agana Apparatus trial, is a puzzle that has you rotate a platform with walls on it in order to direct a ball onto a ramp. Get it right, and you can walk out a success.
If you need help finding and solving other Shrines, our Shrine location maps page can help, while our Zelda: Breath of the Wild walkthrough and guide covers other aspects of the game.
The Myahm Agana shrine is located within the Hateno region, specifically inside Hateno Village, just east of the Hateno Village map marker. To get there, head due east from the Hateno Tower.
Theres no puzzle to solve here in order to access the shrine, so simply dive in when youre ready. Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Switch vs Wii U Comparison + Frame Rate Test
Share All sharing options for: Breath of the Wild guide: Myahm Agana shrine walkthrough and puzzle solutions
Myahm Agana Shrine Walkthrough – Myahm Agana ApparatusLoading
Entering the Myahm Agana Shrine, you’ll see a large path before you leading to the sealed Monk’s lair – and to the right, the large receptacle you’ll need to guide a sphere to.
Take the stairs on the right to find a strange apparatus. Examining it will let you use your controller as a motion controlled board that you need to tilt to guide the sphere out of the maze. There are plenty of open walls that will lead the sphere out, so make sure you avoid the pitfalls and slowly guide it to the end. The hardest part is at the end, since the ledge doesn’t reach far enough – meaning you’ll need to dip the board down to build up speed then raise it sharply up to send the sphere flying to the slope beyond.
Myahm Agana Shrine Cheat
You cannot turn off motion controls, but you can mess with them enough to bypass this puzzle entirely. Turn over the platform entirely — so its upside-down, with the maze out of sight and the balls dropping on the flat reverse side.
Now, angle the maze so the ball rolls quickly towards the platform you are trying to get it to. As it plummets down the flat surface, flick it up to throw the ball towards where its supposed to go. Its easier than the maze, but it might take a few tries! IGN was able to flick the ball all the way down to the hole, bypassing the ramp, but if you hit any part of the ramp, youre good.
Another method to this is rather than turning the platform over entirely, just hold your controller or joy-cons straight up so that that maze is completely on its side, facing you. When the ball drops, it will roll on the “side” of the maze wall and straight onto the ramp. There is no flicking necessary. advertisement