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the obligatory "first". Cute game, a bit easy though
so where's the star number? and whats are the brown stick and the gray cylinder?
mevermind. i got it.
FIRST FIRST FIRST!!!!YES YES YES!!!
Argh!!! I'm stuck at the hammer. Its my only item and I'm still missing the square number.
Nevermind I just guessed it, figured out what the hammer was for too.
Walkthrough:Start[Note locked door, grey box on left shelf with indentations, locked blue box on right shelf.][Note number/symbol on side of bookshelf][Note hammerhead on top of left bookshelf is unreachable]Read red book to determine letter-to-number codeTurn right[Note letters on poster. What numbers do they code into?]Get hammer handle from under couch[Read turned up corner of poster, note symbol equation ]Turn rightOpen curtains, examine windowOpen brown box with numbers derived from poster letters - get blue keyGet drawer handle from trash canTurn rightOpen refrigeratorGet eggGet grey straw from freezerSlide closet door to the rightAttach drawer handleOpen middle drawer -- get xacto knifeNote metallic control panelTurn rightOpen blue box with blue key -- get passcardUse stepstool on hammerhead on top of left bookshelf to get hammerheadSelect the hammer handle, attach hammerheadSelect egg, smash with hammer -- obtain red ballDrink liquid with straw -- note symbol/number comboUse xacto knife on throw pillow -- obtain pink keyGo to control panel, insert card, type in code derived from the numbers associated with the three symbols according to the formula on the poster corner -- obtain green ballSlide open closet door again, use pink key on top drawerYour patience has been rewarded: you now have blue ballPut your balls in the dimples on the grey box on bookself -- obtain golden keyUse golden key on doorOut
these games are simple create a game that can satisfy people about the age of eight
Anonymous: These games are also free. I'm sure we'd welcome a game you wrote, developed and published that was more challenging, without being a pixel-hunt. Please let us know when you're finished so we can play it!
yuppie, I am about the age of eight! Again!ah, and I am still waiting for the Anonymous' really challenging game ;)
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