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June 12, 2009

mystery house in japan

A new escape the room experience by Bianco-Bianco: mystery house in japan.

28 comments:

J-Thread said...

I am out, again a very nice escape game.

jj said...

I can't touch/take anything. Even the thing that looks like a light switch that I can touch (pointer turns into a hand) makes no difference. Is this maybe a bug of some sort, or am I doing something wrong?

jj said...

and...it WAS me doing something wrong :))))

Jaypee said...

Sweet, exactly at my level... Not many that I can figure out like that. Getting better...

Bobette said...

Confused, and this took me a while to get to where I'm at. have matches, some sort of pliers, and a stuffed bunny. ?

Rob said...

Out!
Nice and not very hard.

Jaypee said...

Remember, 1. to always thoroughly search the items you've acquired...
2. Check corners of furntiture and other odd spots for differents angles to look at something.
3. Try ALL combinations of items together....

Anonymous said...

Im out but what about the Necklace?

Anonymous said...

I must be dumb...I've burned my mouse up clicking on everything. I have ice tongs, slingshot thingy, and a bunny with a symbol for 5 on the back. I get the puzzle on the wooden box...but not how to enter the answer(s). *sigh*

Jaypee said...

***SPOILER***



The "tongs" are scissors. Use them on the bunny's back.

Bobette said...

Ok, now I also have the little circle mirror, and the stick thingy, and I turned the bunny over.

Anonymous said...

Japanese scissors sure are oddly shaped...thanks!

Anonymous said...

Apparently the necklace is your lovely parting gift for figuring it out! Thanks to Jaypee for the assist.

matt w said...

I believe I would understand the endings to this game much better if I could read Japanese.

said... said...

:) yeah that might help... guessing it was your generic haunting type thing or they WOULD have translated...

beth said...

HELP I am just like jj cant do anything!!!!!!

Rockin'pneumonia said...

beth, move the mouse sideways and find the edges of the screen.

Anonymous said...

i just started and i cant do ANYTHING icant click ANYTHING =(

Anonymous said...

warning, possible screamer alert. after taking the pendant, ghosts appears, so just prepare. i was shaken slightly :p

NotMarian said...

Got it, with a little help. I had a lot of trouble getting the items I picked up to pop up so I could examine them.

Anonymous said...

First of all If that ghost in the corner spooked you you need to toughen up...wuss. Also there are actually 3 endings to this game.

jubei29 said...

Wow! The first 'Room Escape' that I solved without help :D

beth said...

All I have been able to find is a match.What am I doing wrong? I have clicked on everything I can think of.

Bobette said...

Beth- take the match and go to the candle. Select the match, and then click on the candle. THen you can click on a whole bunch of other stuff :)

Anonymous said...

how to make 3 endings?
I can only get one of them...

Anonymous said...

after you kill the ghost with the sword, you can get a needle and thread from the cabinet. use that to sew the bunny back up

ray10k said...

Completed it on the fist try, but only after a whole lot of trail-and-error. one word of warning: the solution will freak you out! (the house is haunted!!!!)

Anonymous said...

hints:
first you gotta get light. a candle would do.

that doll creeps me out, I'd rather not look it in the face.

tick...tock....tick...tock...

strange... the cabinet isn't placed against the wall...

looks like you need something to get rid of those paper seals... something that looks like them...

try to figure out the rest by your self.

 

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