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September 02, 2012

clickplay quickfire 3

The play button has gone missing once more, so you'll have to find it in each of the scenes in Ninjadoodle's latest clickplay quickfire 3.

20 comments:

Yu-chan said...

Wiiiiiiiiiii!!! ^___^

Yu-chan said...

Done!

Anonymous said...

YAY! A new Ninjadoodle game!
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Since nobody said it yet.....
FIRST!

Me/you said...

YEAH! I love The ClickPLAY games!

Anonymous said...

Here's a full walkthrough

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSnW9gXFm1w

Anonymous said...

i love these games, but i don't like how dark it is. i originally thought there was something wrong with my screen.

Anonymous said...

lol @ "Budgetoast 5H-1t"

m. said...

first!!!

help with the code cracker (the one with the nun)

m. said...

oh...nevermind

m. said...

i still need help w/the code crcker though.

jj said...

For the 'nun' code cracker level:
The pictures sound like numbers... bricks=6, nun=1, wine=9, tree=3

Anonymous said...

Parents product is flawed.

1 x 0 = 0 Not an option.

PARTY POOPER!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (NOT REALLY.) said...

@m., You kinda already know the answer, The "one' with the nun, The "three" with the tree, the "six" With the bricks, and the "nine" with the wine. Get it! Just in case you still need help! other people: try not to look at the walkthourgh. Scroll down.......




















just a little farther...........

























ok. that's good.

psst the answer is one said...

anon, not 1xo, but rather, 0x1!

PARTY POOPER!!!!! (THIS TIME NOT KIDDING) said...

awwwww jj posted the anwser before me! Wel Anyone else ywho need help!

Imogen M. said...

Cute game ;) Like the retro scheme

Carly said...

Any ideas for code cracker with 5 4 3 and 15?? Been puzzling over it for a while now. I bet it's so easy I can't see the forest for the trees!

Imogen M. said...

@Carly, each number represents a letter of the alphabet and the shaded part of each square tells you where the letter belongs. Hope that helped.

Imogen M. said...
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Carly said...

Hi Imogen. Good Lord, how could I have missed that? I was looking for the first letter in "five" and so on. Thanks for the tip! Too bad it was the last level. I enjoyed the other clickplays much more.

 

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