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September 03, 2008

posttraumatism

More room escaping abilities will be required in the rather dark posttraumatism by Carl Herdenberg.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

weird game!

Anonymous said...

Difficult interface. It's tough to figure out how to click to get to certain places. And yes, it is very dark. Don't play this on a rainy day.

littlewolf said...

Till now I've just found a crappy pencil and a suitcase telling some weird story. Stuck.

Anonymous said...

i dont know how to get the key out of the bucket

Anonymous said...

HELP!!!!!

Anonymous said...

did u break the vase?

Anonymous said...

Um...what vase? I have the following:
Pencil
paperboat
screwdriver
file
razorblade
two notes
read book on table
opened hole in floor and put boat in.
what next???

Brette said...

HELP!!!!!!! All i have is some stupid pencl and some weird note! i've read the book on the table, the book in the box, and broke the vase........but how do i cut the carpet?????? basically I NEED HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

with the razor found on brick wall at left side

Anonymous said...

Ending was weird... Who was she/he?

Anonymous said...

whats the magnet for??

Anonymous said...

what was the whole superman thing about??

matt w said...

You can snap the magnet to the side of the bucket. Then you have to drag it straight up verrrrry slowly (you can release the mouse button occasionally) to get the key out, apparently.

I tried this several times and gave up -- it's far too hard. This is a pet peeve of mine -- if I wanted to play an arcade game I would, and if I wanted to do something pointlessly frustrating I'd play "click once a minute" -- there's no reason for difficult physical challenges in escape/point-and-click games.

Monkster said...

Yep - that WAS a wierd ending. But fun game, if a little challenging with the clicking.

SPOILER: Walkthrough to follow...

you'll need the knife (look by the bricks), and a pencil (you get after reading the book); use the knife to 1.)sharpen the pencil, 2.) reveal what's under the carpet, 3.) get a file from one of the cardboard boxes (I never DID figure out the point of the broken vase), and 4.) remove some wallpaper.
The back of one of the letters you find gives directions on how to fold the wallpaper into a boat, which goes down the drain. (You'll need the file, 1st.) when the boat comes back ,use the pencil and send it again to get the screwdriver. Use the file to get the magnet. (look near the blood for that...)
Use the magnet on the outside of the bucket for the key inside. (opens the chest, to get the paper and dolls head.) There's another key inside the head.
Facing the chest, look up to the lights. the screwdriver reveals a door, the second key works here, but it needs to be filed. The dlls head comes in handy here, too, as the key needs to be marked for filing, somehow...
Once up the ladder, grab the plastic sheet - it works with the bookmarked page for a directional code for the 4 wheels at the top of the ladder. (move the sheet over the page so it highlights the phrase, "to pass"...) Grab the handle and pull - and watch the ending!

Anonymous said...

They need to make a book called "how to sharpen a pencil with a blade in posttraumatism for DUMMIES"=Z

Can any1 help out? thx

agnes said...

The game has moved, the new site is: http://www.carlsgames.net/posttraumatism.html
Just so that you know :3

 

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