Looking at Catwoman's numbers, Batman must hit the targets in the following order: After both sides are done, the Riddler will again unleash his Riddler Bots against you, thankfully letting you team up to defeat them fairly fast, and then be rewarded with another key for Catwoman.
Travel to the Elliott Memorial Hospital to find the entrance to the next race track - the Crushonator. As the name implies, there's several blocks that will come down hard, and you can't always control them.
As the race begins, open the first blockade and veer to the left so you can raise the second blockade without getting crushed.
You'll need to alternate doing this several times before the next section, where rows of blocks will descend at an even pace, learn the timing and drive around them to get past to the next section.
Here, you'll have to raise one blockade, and find the diminishing safe ground before raising the next section. The final section will have more crushing blocks in a line, so again learn the timing to avoid driving under them, and stick the outsides when you can.
After all three laps are completed, activate the panel to find the right key. As Catwoman, stand by the chair and pick out the second key from the right on the first row.
There's not too much Batmobile to play around with - instead it's all about ejecting from the Batmobile. Give yourself a boost with the increased eject upgrade, and drive up to the very edge before ejecting, and glide to the opposite wall.
Next, you'll need to drive up again before ejecting, then swing a hard right turn to hit the opposite wall farther along.
Finally, you'll need to perform it once more, make the hard right, and then make another right to travel through a very dicey corridor - making sure to glide perfectly still - then take a right out of the corridor and glide down to the last panel.
Return to the main panel to show which key for Catwoman is the right one. As Catwoman, head to the chair and look for the key at the second to the right along the row closest to you.
Return once more to the Orphanage and meet up with Catwoman, then enter the new door marked Intro to Physics.
Here you will have to solve the classic "Guide the electrical charge to it's destination by moving pipes" puzzle, but with a twist.
Each of the three pads is pressure sensitive, and will only move the pipe up as far as the weight being applied to the panel.
For reference, Catwoman weighs enough to send a pipe to the bottom line, Batman weighs enough to send the pipe to the middle line, and both standing on the pad wil raise the pipe all the way up.
To guide the charge all the way, have Catwoman stand on the middle panel, and Batman on the left, and then start the charge.
After the charge passes through the first movable pipe, move Batman to the far right, but not on the panel just yet. After the charge passes through the middle pipe, move Catwoman to the far right panel.
When it goes through the bottom, have Batman join Catwoman on the panel to catch the charge going back. Then have Batman stand on the middle panel, and move Catwoman to the far left panel.
After the charge passes the middle, move Batman to join Catwoman on the left to watch the charge finish it's course. The room isn't finished quite yet, as the floor leading to the key is electrfied, requiring one character to stand on the panel nearby as the other goes to retrieve key.
Before they can, more Riddler Bots burst into the arena, only this time they have different colors: For all intents and purposes, only Batman can attack and block the blue ones, and only Catwoman can block and harm the red ones.
Since one character needs to be standing on the raised panel, you will need to tag team out whenever there are bots of another color that need to be wiped out by your teammate.
They will come in a few waves, so be sure to be ready to tap the prompt to switch partners when you need to swap out.
When you arrive in the room, note the three sections around the central drain, marked 1, 2, and 3. Once the Riddler has drained the pool somewhat, use the Batmobile Winch on the hook point above Section 1, and slowly rappel down with the Batmobile until you reach the first part of the moveable cylinder.
While hooked up, try to drive left, and instead the cylinder will rotate. Keep rotating until you arrive in the "reserved parking", then look across to the other side to see a hole has opened up.
Eject and glide through to activate the first switch, lowering the drain further. Go back to the Batmobile and pull yourself up, and then get to the winch point at Section 2.
Drive down to the second rotating cylinder part, and move to the side until you once again reach the reseved parking slot, and look across to find a sealed wall you can blast, and glide through it.
A few Riddler Bots will appear along an electric floor, so back up and take them down with help from the Batmobile. With the drain lowered further, head back up, and go back to Section 1.
Lower yourself down to the second rotating section this time, and move left as far as you can until you reach the reserved parking spot again, and drive back up.
Now go to Section 3, and drop down the now opened path all the way to the final row, and align the cylinder so that you can fly through the circle on the opposite side.
Stand on the switch, and make note of the red glow in the chamber. As Catwoman, stand by the chair, and then look for the key on the second to the right in the middle row to find the correct key.
Back at the Orphanage once more, find Catwoman and enter the new door marked Advanced Deathtraps. Once again, there are two seperate sections for each character, one that only Catwoman can get to by jumping to the ceiling.
Once both characters stand on their panels, the floor will become electrified leading to another panel on the other side of the room.
Your only clue will be the large boad at the end of each room, with a lighted dot. That means whatever Catwoman sees on her panel is the path Batman should take, and vice-versa.
As you continue slowly along the path, more lights will be revealed for the other character. Eventuallt the panel will start rotating, making it harder to figure out your location.
The correct path for both characters is as follows:. When you've activated both panels, more colored Riddler Bots will show up.
Since you have both characters in the fight now, you can swap between them at will to take on whoever you need to. You can also use the Dual-Takedown attack to take out a Bot regardless of its color.
Drive the Batmobile over to the ferry terminal on Miagani Island to find the final race course - Condamned. This race will require expert timing and speed in order to pass, so try and memorize every trap and turn.
Right through the gate, take a right or left and then off a ramp. Here you will need to avoid spinning blades the red or white ones are the only ones you can disable.
Then you must drive along the wall while disabling blockades to get to the other side, and disable more spinning traps. Either avoid or disable the traps along teh next section as you drive across the ceiling, and then quickly disable blockades as you go past.
The next lap has more spinning traps, requiring better turning, and better timing for the moving traps. Note which traps you can disable and which ones you need to avoid to make things easier.
On the loop, hang to the right side all the way through. However, he was thwarted when Batman and Robin arrived and captured him before he could make his getaway.
After being paroled from prison, the Riddler returned, and wishing for all of Batman's attention, helped the Dark Knight solve his latest case and apprehended criminals he has been preoccupied with chasing.
Now with Batman's full-time and attention, the Riddler sent him a puzzling riddle, which convinced Batman that the criminal was out to rob a flawless black pearl from a Gotham millionaire.
Batman and Robin seized the Riddler with the pearl, only to learn he had lawfully purchased it with his own money.
Later, when he arrested the Riddler as he fled an art gallery with a priceless relic, Batman was shocked to learn the villain had lawfully inherited it from his uncle.
Shortly after, Batman and Robin figured out the Riddler had given them another puzzle-clue in the form of their two most recent encounters.
The first scene of the first encounter being at the millionaire's yacht, the second at the Peale art gallery. Batman discovered there were actually two clues, one set to mislead him and the other revealed the Riddler's real crime.
Batman decided that one of the clues was too easily unraveled and must've been a false lead. Thus, the other clue must predict the scene of the Riddler's next crime.
Solving the latest riddle, Batman rushed to the scene of the crime and caught the Riddler red-handed in the middle of a robbery, easily apprehending him.
The Riddler later appeared in The Question, being convinced to become a "big-time villain" by a prostitute he met on a bus. He hijacked it and began asking riddles, killing and robbing anyone that got them wrong.
The Question quickly subdues him by asking him philosophical riddles in return. He was outwitted and had a nervous breakdown before being set free as a reward for getting one last riddle right.
In the one-shot "Riddler and the Riddle Factory", the Riddler became the host of an underground game show that focused on digging up dirt on celebrities.
Many of the famous people that he humiliates end up committing suicide shortly afterwards, suggesting that perhaps the Riddler did more than just inspire their deaths.
In the end, his actions turn out to be a front for his attempts to find the hidden treasures of "Scarface" Scarelli, a Gotham City gangster who lived long before Batman's reign of crime-fighting.
Riddler had a working relationship with The Cluemaster , although he initially resented the villain for seemingly copying his modus operandi.
In their first encounter, he set his fellow rogue up with a bomb and sent Batman off chasing riddles that would lead to its being diffused, as well as away from his real plan: The two teamed up on a few occasions afterwards, and were working together on a big scheme shortly before Cluemaster's apparent death in the pages of The Suicide Squad.
He seems to be more rational and cautious than his fellow rogues. During the Batman crossover storyline No Man's Land, after Gotham City is ravaged by an earthquake and Arkham Asylum freed its inmates, Riddler elected to flee Gotham rather than stay behind in the lawless chaos that ensued.
It is during this period that he made the poor choice of attacking Black Canary and Green Arrow in Star City, where he was easily defeated.
In the 12 part storyline Hush , it is revealed that Riddler had suffered from cancer, which also afflicted Dr. Thomas Elliot 's mother. Riddler used one of Ra's Al Ghul 's Lazarus Pits to rid himself of the disease, and offered Elliot the chance to cure his mother as well, provided he paid a large sum of money.
However, Elliot was in fact eager for his mother to die in order to inherit her fortune. Elliot, who went on to secretly become the masked criminal known as Hush, explained that he would only give Riddler the money he wanted if Riddler played along with his "game" to get revenge on his childhood friend Bruce Wayne ; Riddler agreed, and the two of them set Killer Croc , Poison Ivy , Harley Quinn , The Joker , Clayface Johnny Williams , and Scarecrow out to destroy Batman, with Ra's and Talia Al Ghul , Lady Shiva In Ra's's employ and Superman Temporarily under Ivy's control being temporarily drawn into the scheme as well.
The fallout from Riddler's failed scheme would be played out in Batman: In the story "Pushback," Hush reappears and beats Riddler senseless across a rooftop.
Seeking refuge, Riddler would go to the Joker and the Penguin. He would offer to tell the Joker who had killed his wife if the Clown Prince of Crime would protect him from Hush.
The Joker agrees, but eventually Hush, with the help of Prometheus , defeats the villain, forcing the Riddler to flee for his life. In Detective Comics the Riddler faces a great humiliation at the hands of Poison Ivy in the storyline entitled "Low", which took place the same time as "War Games" In this encounter, the Riddler would seek shelter from Ivy only to be humiliated.
Riddler and Ivy then faced off in a physical duel, which Ivy won easily. Riddler was stripped of his deductive powers and left to rot as a member of Gotham City 's vast and invisible homeless population.
A chance encounter with an ex-NSA codebreaker gave him a positive environment in which to recover his mind. During that stay, he experienced an induced flashback that led him to realize that his father had abused him many years ago.
His father, unable to grasp that his son was brilliant, believed he had cheated in his accomplishments, and beat him out of jealousy. Once Riddler discovered this, he also realized that his compulsion was born out of a strong desire to tell the truth to prove his innocence of deception.
Having made this connection, the Riddler spent some of his vast fortune, acquired over many years of crime, to get minor plastic surgery and extensive tattooing, covering most of his torso with his trademark question insignia.
He returned and killed the codebreaker- who had pieced together his identity but couldn't act on it- then promptly stole a priceless scroll out from under Batman's nose.
Since then, the Riddler has spent most of his time either legally amassing a huge fortune or attacking various heroes in order to prove his newfound power.
He has apparently lost the desire to plant riddles or clues at his various crime scenes, although he still enjoys riddles in an abstract sense, and will occasionally make subtle references to them in the course of his crimes.
After attacking and nearly killing Green Arrow and Arsenal , Riddler once again escaped before the Outsiders arrived to save them. The Riddler later showed up in Infinite Crisis 1, with a group of villains attacking the Gotham City Police Department while the city dealt with the chaos resulting from the finale of Day of Vengeance.
He was back in his green suit and talking in riddles, even wielding his brass question mark-shaped cane.
He was next seen escaping Arkham Asylum during the world-wide supervillain breakout the Society engineered in Villains United: Infinite Crisis Special 1, which took place only days after the prior supernatural disaster.
Riddler re-appeared as part of the Society's "Phase Three" attack on Metropolis. He was roundly defeated by the Shining Knight , who struck Riddler with his mace.
The Riddler has a counterpart in the anti-matter universe called the Quizmaster, who is a member of Lex Luthor 's Justice Underground. In Detective Comics , The Riddler returns, having spent much of the previous year in a coma due to the one-sided fight against the Knight.
He has seemingly reformed, and is now a private consultant on the murder of a wealthy socialite. Hired by the socialite's father, he successfully - with great flamboyance and in front of the media - proves that a photo of Bruce Wayne apparently implicating him in the crime depicts an impostor, and briefly works with Batman to investigate the crime.
As a result of his coma, The Riddler has apparently lost his compulsion for riddles, but retains both his intellect and his mammoth ego. Furthermore, he suffered severe memory loss; upon emerging from his coma, he barely remembers his own name.
He does not appear to remember that Bruce Wayne and Batman are one and the same, though he does harbor some suspicions of once knowing something about Bruce Wayne.
The Riddler appeared to solve the case with the suicide of the apparent murderer, and quickly took the credit. However, Batman found evidence that the suicide was a setup to divert attention away from the real killer.
Eventually, he loses interest in crime-fighting; he finds his cases irritatingly simple; and may return to crime. During the party, an old friend of Bruce's falls overboard and is mauled to death by sharks.
Bruce suspects foul play, and eventually tracks down the killer, who Riddler was also close to catching, before Nigma was bludgeoned over the head by a shark-tooth club.
The killer pushes Batman out the window, and is about to drop him to his death, when Nigma wraps his tie around an arrow, lights it on fire, and shoots it into the killer's back.
As the man rolls around screaming, Nigma taunts him, refusing to douse the flames. Batman extinguishes the flame, and responds to Nigma's assertion that they're now allies with hostile dismissal.
Nigma also asks Batman if the shark mauling victim was someone he knew. Batman denies it and leaves. The blow Riddler receives to his head, followed by his subsequent questioning of Batman's relationship with the deceased has led some to speculate that he may be regaining his memories.
In Detective Comics the Riddler is hired by Bruce Wayne to track down an experimental drug developed by Wayne Enterprises currently being tested for muscle stamina and cellular regeneration which has been stolen by a lab assistant named Lisa Newman.
With Harley's help he defeats Newman and returns the drug to Wayne Enterprises. In Countdown 42, Riddler tells Mary Marvel that he has gone straight and is now a detective.
The two join forces to defeat Clayface, and after witnessing Mary's new malicious approach to crime fighting, suggests that she consider finding a mentor to help her control her powers or at the very least get some anger management.
After a grisly serial killer surfaces on the streets of Gotham City, the Riddler hones in on closing the case, only to find that the killer is actually an old victim of his out for revenge.
The young man, whose girlfriend years earlier had gotten caught in the crossfire of a gunfight between The Riddler's gang and security guards, captured Nigma and attempted to kill him, but Batman intervened just in time and saved his former enemy's life.
He appeared in Battle for the Cowl: Most recently, in Gotham City Sirens 1, Poison Ivy is controlling the Riddler, keeping him in a nearly vegetative state so she and Harley Quinn can move into his townhouse and use it as a hideout.
When a villain named Boneblaster decides to make a name for himself by killing Catwoman, he takes the battle to the Riddler's townhouse.
The townhouse is severely damaged in the following chaos, but the Riddler is freed from Ivy's control in the process. Dismayed at seeing his house in shambles, he takes his old brass question mark cane off of the wall and begins to vent his frustration on the already downed Boneblaster.
Shortly after, the Riddler is attempting to solve a duo of unlikely suicides, the first being the second best female tennis player in the world, the second an ace race car driver.
During his re-enactment of one of the deaths, he is visited by both Catwoman and Poison Ivy, seeking his help for locating Harley after her abduction.
Due to the events of the first issue, and Harley's mental state, he quickly declines, and brushes off Poison Ivy's threats. In his efforts, he uncovers that these deaths are in fact homicides orchestrated by a serial killer who leaves subtle clues to the next victim within the body and time of death of the current victim.
While attempting to alert the media, he provokes Dick Grayson as Batman. Almost instantly, Riddler deduces that the Batman before him is a new one.
Nevertheless, Riddler reveals that the next victim will be the sister of the second victim, a young romance writer, something that Dick needed Alfred and the Batcave computer to figure out.
In the end, Batman goes off to confront the killer, whereas Riddler agrees to look after the intended victim.
After a brief, but expected misunderstanding about Riddler's intentions with the young woman, Batman phones in to announce that he has apprehended and questioned not one, but three killers about their intentions, but gets no answers.
Riddler almost leaves the woman to her life, when the lights go out unexpectedly. Riddler immediately concludes that Batman has not captured all of the killers, and pulls the woman out of harms way when a bomb goes off in front of her bookstore.
While Riddler and the writer hide as the smoke clears, three costumed assailants enter the wreckage, looking for their victim to mark with their next riddle.
The two men are led by a woman going by Conundrum, and their costumes sport black and green color schemes along with disturbingly similar question mark emblazoned on their outfits.
As Riddler stealthily disposes of the two grunts via use of his cane, Conundrum manages to take the writer hostage at gunpoint.
At which point, Riddler deduces that Conundrum and her men are all college students, who specialize in Police Sciences.
Due to his famous rehabilitation, Conundrum's group decided to fill the void with their debut murders. Conundrum even admits that Riddler was her idol, and that it would be a shame to kill him.
At this point, Riddler announces that Batman is en route to their very location, something both Conundrum and the writer have difficulty believing.
Riddler claims that since his reform, he and Batman have become close, and that his cane now has its own GPS that alerts Batman to his location whenever the question mark is twisted.
Still unbelieving of his claim, Riddler calmly asks Conundrum with a smirk "Why is this man smiling? Riddler then admits that he is completely baffled that Batman is indeed there, since he was only stalling for time until he thought of something, leading him to wonder if there truly is a Batsignal in his cane a panel during Riddler's "bluff" shows that there is indeed a Batsignal in his cane, as a green question mark alongside a map shows up inside the Batmobile's window.
After the ordeal is over, the young writer hugs the Riddler, thanking him for saving her life. After which, she and the reformed villain go out to dinner at a fancy restaurant, with Batman looking over them.
Dick admits that Riddler is indeed on a path of recovery, but must still be watched. After washing up in the men's room, Riddler sees a gossip show on a circuit television, showcasing a plainclothes Harley getting into a car with Hush disguised as Bruce Wayne.
He then calls Selina Kyle and tells her to turn on her television. Afterwards, the Riddler goes to attend Arkham Asylum's reopening gala to keep an eye on Kitrina Falcone.
Also at the party are Dr. Arkham, Mario Falcone and Dr. Singh from Gene-Core, a company going into partnership with the Asylum. Oracle, angry at Huntress for kissing Dick, makes her go after Kitrina.