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April 27, 2011

drawing room

Find the color pencils and draw your escape in drawing room, an escape the room game by Frédéric Jocou.

21 comments:

Miss Piggy said...

First :) !

Anonymous said...

Great game ! :)

Anonymous said...

Grrr can't find the blue pencil

Anonymous said...

I don't get it at all! Can someone help me please?

Carly said...

You are suppopsed to look around the room and find five pencils. With the green one you color in the power cords for the four lamps. With the other four you color in the lampshades. the blue pencil is under the picture with the arrow. You need to take the orange pencil to color in the other pictures according to what it says underneath, and thd blue pencil will fall out.
I am now stuck with the equation under the panel next to the door. Help anybody?

wilma said...

Take a look at the pencils, there are numbers

Anonymous said...

Carly, the pattern corresponds to the lampshades. You're looking for a sequence of colors and the corresponding numbers on the pencils to complete the equation.

Anonymous said...

This game really needs a SAVE GAME button. I made it all the way to the numbers box and had to quit. Oh well, I'll start over again later.

Carly said...

Thanks, anonymous @ 2352. Made perfect sense now and I was out in seconds ;)
I agree: a save button or automatic save of progress would be nice. I had to start over again as well. Wasn't so bad though cause I remembered what I had done thus far.

Anonymous said...

Also stuck at the panel, thinking it's got something to do with the numbers on the pencils and adding these together once i've got the right order... it's just getting the right order...

Anonymous said...

Ok worked out panel... The diagram at the top relates to objects in the room and the first number represents which colour is at the top of the first object.

Anonymous said...

OMG...I actually did that one all by myself!!

-TLK

Stevens Miller said...
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Stevens Miller said...

I liked that one. A bit hard to find the places to click, in some instances. I confess to using the walk-through a couple of times. The minimalist graphics were kind of cool. Would have preferred a more contrasting color to the background than the red pencil provided. Also found the cyclic clicks needed to choose colors/symbols a bit obscure (that is, I didn't think of cycling until I saw it done in the walk-through). But, overall, a good one.

dyork said...

Easy enough, once I found the green pencil. Finding the exact spot to click under the sofa was just too hard; ditto selecting colours on the last panel. No fun if the main challenge is all about finding where to click.

Anonymous said...

WHAT???? HELP PLS STILL CAN'T GET IT CAN U GIVE ANSWERS ANYBODY

Anonymous said...

WHAT???? HELP PLS STILL CAN'T GET IT CAN U GIVE ANSWERS ANYBODY

Anonymous said...

i am stuck at the panel pls help by telling awnsers

kobehuysmans said...
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jdoe said...

not too hard, not too easy
did it without help ;)

Anonymous said...

surprisingly easy for an escape game... WOOHOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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