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May 29, 2010

anonymous

Here's your chance to practice your escape the room abilities: anonymous, a new escape the room game by Hil Greed. (you can switch the language to english with the yellow button in the bottom left)

20 comments:

Me/You said...

Can't play! Seems "Not allowed" in my country... What a shame! :)

Bart said...

How about the alternative link:
http://hilgreed.web.fc2.com/AnON.html

Nicky said...

It took a long time to load on both links, but it eventually worked for me.

Anonymous said...

Help! Have gathered items, but have used only one...

Anonymous said...

Neither seem to work for me. Just a title screen that says Hil Greed.

Janet said...

You have to wait.
2-3 mins later the game will play

Shrimp said...

Already stuck! Got 2 3 and 6 as little yellow numbers on the screen and many objects I don't know what to do with : tool, mug, bun, tranparent. Any advise?

Anonymous said...

Go look for keys to open doors, look for the hat for instance.

Shrimp said...

Already used the hat's key.Can seem to find any other.Can't find the first number of the computer password, either.

Shrimp said...

Done! Had trouble with the bun key, couldn't see it at first. Thanks for the help.

Kate said...

Oh my Got!

Anonymous said...

I can't get the yellow button to change the language?

Anonymous said...

oh...I guess you have to wait for the game to start. Oops.

BananaRox said...

Yay for escape! Haven't started to play yet, but happy to see it here ... If Bart thinks it's worthy, than it must be =)

BananaRox said...

I meant "then", not "than". Must be sure to point-out my grammatical-correctness =)

Mantaraya said...

I was kind of annoyed that though I had all the clues to figure out the exit code, it still wouldn't let me exit until I found the Journal, which seemed to have nothing at all to do with the exit code, or any other part of the game.

All the other items, including the green coffee mug, had some connection to the game. Seems to be mediocre game design to create a requirement for completion that is incidental to the story line.

There were elements of this game that were decent, and I really liked the whole finger print bit. It had a lot of potential if it wasn't for some major flaws.

I'd give this 2 1/2 stars out of five. More if someone could explain what significance the Journal had to solving the game. :-)

Oh, and the LogonPW clue was weak... The rectangle appears to refer to the "-51" and not the movie poster. The hash mark on the clock at 33 minutes (or seconds) was missing, which appears to be a red herring.

A good puzzle is one that you struggle with, but when you figure it out, you have an "a-ha!" moment or an "how did I miss that?" thought. A couple puzzles in this game left you thinking, "that was confusing and didn't really make sense," the opposite of "a-ha!"

Nevermore said...

I'm stuck. Can't seem to figure the logonPW.
Any other clues to this one?

Mantaraya said...

There's a poster you can see through the window in the other room. The LoginPW is based on a number on that poster.

Nevermore said...

Mantaraya, thanks. I gathered that, but I've tried subtracting various combinations of the clock; 7:10, 2:35, 27, 72, etc, from that number. Nothing.
Should I NOT subtract? Or what.

Anonymous said...

For the password, do not subtract a specific number, remove digits instead.

 

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