Hi! I'm Bart Bonte, a Belgian independent game designer and bontegames.com is where I blog about fun new interesting browser and mobile games. My own games are all in the left column. More info about me and my games on bartbonte.com.
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A great game! Thanks Bart.
That was kinda fun.I got a bit caught up in some things that turned out to be completely useless....But finally got on the right track.
out. never used the pipes and projector. If you have the first color, you have two left. Easy trial and error.
I used the projector and the pipes to get those two colors (I brute forced the order of the pipes to get the letters on the keyboard, though), and then brute forced the color for the blocks. I have no idea why that color went with the blocks. Got stuck on the bridge placement, and felt like an idiot when I finally figured out where it went. Nice graphics, nice game!
Glitchy. Got completely stuck and had to use the walkthrough to find out that the upper cupboards only open when zoomed in, which the game wouldn't allow me to do! Not impressed.
Hey, Bart, why have you stopped posting Nitrome games? Just curious, since they have come out with a TON since you last posted one of their games. Any particular reason, or did you just forget?
this game sucks. you click places and sometime they will all of a sudden start working. i got out with no help or walkthroughs but i have to say this was definately not one of my favorites
(windfire) I got the three colours by pure chance (I wasn't even trying to solve it), and then went through the projector / pipes when I only had to get the right angle for the ramp... Is that poor game design or is it me?
Hey anon 15:25:The upper cupboards don't open unless you can reach them--which means you have to stand on something. Hmmm...what can you move around in front of the cupboards?
Not sure why so many people didn't like this one, I really enjoyed it. The sounds, animation and puzzles were fun. Thanks for this one, Bart!
There were a few puzzles that could be bypassed, but everything was logical, including the pictures, the colors for the three-switch panel, how to get some things to work, etc. Despite the ability to have gaps, really enjoyed it.
Finally got it. Needed a little bit of a hint about the upper cabinets.Pretty good game.
Messy. Lots of cute problems but not well clued, hard to understand but easy to bypass by accident or trial and error. Got the projector working with 5 pictures, but never figured out what it's for. Never found any use for the pictures left and right of the door. With two colours it's impossible to miss the third. I finished when I thought there was still much to do.Disappointing.
Out... But not satisfied... I solved most of the puzzles by chance and by trial and error...
used walkthrough. still have no idea how they got the step/sun/bars colors though. oh well. mildly entertaining game, overall. :)
I don't get it ⌐_¬
@ Jessica:The steps color is spelled out, though jumbled, on the steps (the boxes each have a letter on them, in the center of which is the grid-number hint).The "sun" is actually just "light" and the color is what you get when you use the camera to complete the sequence and then watch the slide show (which is a bright light on the wall).The "bars" is actually the music pipes that you play on the mini-organ and when you get their order right they will give you jumbled letters that spell out their color.
Pretty challenging. Uses a binary numbering for spelling out the colour words.
If you are missing pieces look at the grid picture on the wall.
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