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February 17, 2013

station

The latest escape the room game by Robamimi: can you escape from the hexagon room in station? (alternative link)

26 comments:

1234567890 said...

FIRSTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT GOod game. good game.

Anonymous said...

Firstttttttttttttttttttttttttt almost.

Coffeeteamix said...

Nice little game :) The in game hints were very useful.

Hit a little glitch though. After putting in the panels, I realized I put the king in the wrong place but when I tried to remove it, I lost it altogether @_@ Didn't save beforehand so had o start all over T_T

-k said...

Great little game but the diagram for the floors threw me for a bit as I was thinking of the levels incorrectly. Thanks for sharing this one, Bart!

Jane F said...

I'm RUBBISH at escape games! I broke a balloon and don't know what to do next... :(

Stevens Miller said...

Couple of pixel-hunt items made this a bit annoying, but mostly a good one.

Anonymous said...

awesome game : D

Jade Green said...

Wonderful game! Thanks Bart.

Anonymous said...

This may be my favorite escape game to date. It was hard but I was able to finish with the help of some of the hints.

Jane - Go to where the popped balloon tells you and that gives you the code for the door.

Anonymous said...

Coffeeteamix - Same thing happened to me!

Tom said...

This was not a pixel hunt in any sense of the word. Any items you had to click to get were clearly visible in the room. You just had to make sure you checked every view of the room, but that goes without saying.

Anonymous said...

Good fun. The same thing happened to me with losing the king upon removing it. (But running through from where I'd last saved was quick.) I didn't find anything to be a pixel hunt; in fact, quite the reverse...quite good use of puzzling rather than pecking everywhere.

Me said...

Whimsical ending and nice visuals. I thought the puzzles were easy to follow but not too simplistic. Not a pixel hunt at all. Thanks.

Stage name said...

Another nice one from Robamimi. But I can't believe that chandelier never came into play!

tam said...

Very nice escape room, I used only a couple of hints and had problems only with left-right issues...
Thank you, Bart!

Al said...

I somehow lost the fish. Any way to get it back?

Lizzie! said...

Aw, a Robamimi game for my day off! Finished it all by my onesies...no hints needed. Except I kinda brute forced the triangle placements on the floor plans. I have spacial concept issues.


Love, love Robomimi! Thanks Bart!!

Rava said...

I love Robamimi games!!! This one was particularly pretty! :)

Moe said...

well that deserves a WOW! one of the most enjoyable escape games...thank Bart :)

The Gordo said...

Absolutely awesome game. Probably the best Robamimi yet.

Thanks, Bart!

Anonymous said...

I think I'm near the end, but now I'm stuck. I have used the wheel(?) from the train to open up the wall, I've extended the tracks (which made the console disappear) and now the in-game hint is "Let's look for a substitute".

I can place and take the train part in both locations, and my ticket and magnifying glass are still operable, even though I used them to get the password for the tracks.

What kind of substitute am I looking for?

Anonymous said...

Since the train part can't be in both locations at the same time, you're looking for an object that can serve as a substitute for it in one of those places.

Jane F said...

I'm stuck again... Can see a place to put 5 triangles but I only have 4 (cat, fish, diamond and lion) It says "Control Room" on one of the walls. I really am rubbish at escape games. :'(

Anonymous said...

Jane F, use the second dart in the hole on the side of a pedestal... T.

Planets said...

look behind the door Jane. OMG love the end scene! Also, if you google translate the page, there's a pretty good walkthrough down below.

Anonymous said...

I had to remove and reinsert the triangles for it to work. Don't forget to take the magnifying glass apart.

 

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