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May 01, 2010

saturn

Saturn is the latest escape the room game from the Terminal House crew. Happy escaping!

23 comments:

Dewi said...

pretty good :)

Anonymous said...

Finally. I've been waiting for this one :)

Wasn't that hard. I'm out.

Anonymous said...

So the only thing I got out of this puzzle is "Grow your own Alien for those hard-to-reach places."

Angela said...

:( stuck trying to find the middle piece for the box, and wondering what the heck to do with the fuse.... help anyone??

Angela said...

okay. figured it out, and unlike some people who just post "i got it", i will shed light for others :)

if you click the bottom of the canister, it'll flip over and give you the middle piece. ( then you get a tool to open the bolts above the keypad (once you input the right code) and that's where you put the fuse.

Anonymous said...

OK so I'm stuck - i've put the fuse in but dont know what to do with the puzzle where you push the button and the squares / rectangles appear. what pattern are you supposed to make? have i missed a clue?

Anonymous said...

I'm stuck in the same place. I thought the clue might be to do with the three squares numbered 1, 2 and 3 drawn on the folded piece of paper... if you were to hold the folded over paper up to the light and look, you'd get a pattern of rectangles and little squares, but I can't connect that with the button box.

Anonymous said...

That thing where the squares appear does have to do with the clue on the paper with the 1 2 3. It's about what overlaps what, and it which order you press them.

Anonymous said...

Well, the squares puzzle was the toughest part, until I paid attention to how the board was "drawn." :-)

Effi said...

Aah, this hint was great! ;)

Anonymous said...

so whats the code??

Anonymous said...

i can't find any clue that leads to the code

Zenrage said...

the numbers 0, 2, 3, and 9 are littered around the room, but there is no hint as to how they are to be put into the computer (that I can find) - the code that worked for me was 9302

If it changes every time, I suggest trial and error to get the right combination.

4x3x2x1 = 24 combinations

Anonymous said...

The clue about the combination of the 4 numbers are found by clicking in the corner that has the out of reach green(?) switch. Click the panel near the big floor-to-ceiling tube. Once looking at the panel (you may not have the key at the moment) click the right side of the panel, and the camer should swivel so you can see a note behind the aforementioned floor-to-ceiling tube. The panel is directly across from the 9x9 magic square panel.

Anonymous said...

I've got 2 pieces, and a fuse, but no "tool to open bolts". And I've pixel-hunted everywhere and solved all the puzzles.....

karolina said...

there is a piece of paper where we have sudoku, or something like that. in every line and every column is total 15. make the same on our sudoku and you get something

JAYPEE said...

Pretty simple if you've played this series before. The logic follows the same path... I liked it.

Hahaha, but really? Why'd the seed have to look so "spermish"??? Not very original.... :)

Anonymous said...

Seriously, where do you get a tool to undo the bolts???

AJ said...

Facing the switch high up on the wall, zoom in to the lower right hand corner to the cupboard, then zoom again to the right behind the pipe to see another key. Hope this helps.

Anonymous said...

cant work out the overlaps on the square puzzle - help

Anonymous said...

press the button a few times that resets the squares/rectangles pattern and think about the 'overlapping' clue from the 1,2,3 squares on the piece of paper. you should get it from there...

Anonymous said...

the code is given to you by the 0,2,3,9 numbers printed around the room in the cupboards. The order in which you enter them is given to you by the piece of paper thats found if you click on the bottom right of the screen when facing the green lever/switch near the door (its buried behind the column)

Anonymous said...

another hint which took me a while... items in your inventory can be searched by clicking on various parts or flipping them over. This may be commmon sense to most, but it took me ages to work that out!

 

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