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December 14, 2012

christmas escape toy

Christmas is coming soon, so Neutral prepared us a Christmas escape toy. Can you escape this room?

34 comments:

Hugh Janus said...

I don't know if I feel positive or negative about this game.

I feel sort of...neutral!

MangaFlower said...

Yes, neutral! anyway, this is good but... pretty easy. Havent escaped it yet, but I'm going out for a christmas lunch now so I will later.

Anonymous said...

nah, don't get it - any help?
(stuck with battery and robot-parts; can't seem to get the clues together)

Anonymous said...

... and out! Surely not first???

Anonymous said...

perhaps help here: the 4-number-code for the little door? where to look for hints?

deCarlo said...

The 4-number code ist the trickiest part: look at the mobile and memorize the first column. Now go to the pic in the 2nd room, take a (virtual) pen, start at the snowflake, from there draw a line to the bow, from there to the tree and so on. Look at the line you just made: it looks like a 2 ...

Anonymous said...

thx 4 tryin to help :) but: which pic in the 2nd room? the one with the 9 circles? how to "draw" and "start at snowflake"?

Anonymous said...

maybe it's just me but this escape is really difficult and not at all logical....

Anonymous said...

Finish. I was glad that there was a walkthrough. I could not figure out snowman, snowflakes, bell ect. I hate when I can not finish the game. Thanks Bart, I hope that your new game is not too difficult. Remember it's Christmas. I look forward to it ;-) S

Anonymous said...

It's not fun when the logic is missing.

Anonymous said...

I also had to look at the walkthrough when I had to use the code for the door. It was probably easier if you are at home in the English language :-) S

Sephora Laghi said...

I needed a walkthrough: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xvx560_christmas-escape-toy-walkthrough_videogames

Anonymous said...

Ok i got out. but i used the walkthrough just once for the door combonation.

can someone help me understand how the door combination is solved? it doesnt make sence to me heres the clue.

Star = 23
31,12,24,31,34

I H G F
K & * E
A B C D

IKA = blue letters
H&B = green letters
G*C = orange letters
FED = green letters

perhaps im missing a piece is why it doesnt make sense to me AT ALL!!!

Anonymous said...

The two numbers represent the position of the letter. The first number is the line (starting from the top), the second number is the position in this line (starting from the left)

Anonymous said...

@anon 20:07

the numbers indicate the letter order

31 = 3rd letter in the 1st column = A

12 = 1st letter in the 2nd column = H

and so on . .

Anonymous said...

I watched the walkthrough and still don't get how they got that number code.

Strife said...

I liked what the room turned out to be in the end!

Walz me around again baby, around around aroun! oh, sorry said...

too busy singing to play thins. Oh waltz me around again baby, around around around!

Lizzie! said...

Thanks for the hint about the mobile. Actually this game was well done, as all Neutral games are. The boxy shape of the numbers on that lock indicate was a clue that I overlooked. I also didn't realize the remote was NOT for the robot. Great game, nice cut scene at the end. Thanks, Bart!

Russmon said...

Cool game. Thanks for the link Bart.
Lets hope the message at the end really does come true. (A year of peace)

Anonymous said...

deCarlo - Thanks for the help with the mobile-number code, that was the one thing I couldn't figure out by myself.

Anonymous said...

Tricky! Hard to tell when you're finished in this game. I didn't have any items left, so I was not sure if I was supposed to do anything after the robot got out... but there was more to do to actually get yourself out.

TiCKed said...

Walkthrough for the 4-number code:
- The mobile has four columns. One for each digit of the code.
- The picture in the second room has 8 of the mobile picures, in a 2x3 grid. Any digit could be traced out on this grid.
-For the first digit of the code, mentally trace a line in the sequence dictated by the first mobile column. (Assuming the code doesn't change, I get a "2").
- Do that for all for four mobile columns...I get 2605.

Hope this helps....

TiCKed said...

Correction:
The picture has 6(!) of the mobile pictures in a 2x3 grid.

(Obviously, I don't do math). :)

-k said...

I really enjoyed this escape. Thanks for sharing it with us, Bart!

Anonymous said...

Ok. I've played a lot of these room escape games. I've play easier, and I've played harder, but I enjoyed this one very much! Thanks for sharing it! :)

tam said...

I really enjoyed it a lot!
thank you, Bart, and thanks everybody for your help :)

Ashley said...

Wow. These games are sooo complex. I got everything except for the codes. Most of the time I didn't understand those, so....THANK YOU WALKTHROUGH!!!

Anonymous said...

What's the code in the third room?

Joe said...

cool!

Izzi said...

THE ENDING WAS QUITE ABNORMAL... FUN YET SLIGHTLY CONFUSING 8/10
:)

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Anonymous said...

AWESOME!

Stephen said...

Really, really well made. Excellent graphics, animation. Wholly enjoyable.

Kati said...

Got stuck, none of the hints seem to help anywhere, but the graphics ar nice

 

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