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April 26, 2013

baba yaga

So what do you do once you get captured by a witch? Look around, there are plenty of magical items at her house in the latest point and click adventure by Pastel Games: baba yaga.

33 comments:

Anonymous said...

I can't find the fifth feather !

Anonymous said...

It's on the right side of the chest.

Anonymous said...

im stuck at the windmill, is there a special way f arranging the cogs?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the 5th feather !
You have to pay attention to their orientation:
- if one little cog between two big, use the same orientation
- if 2 lil cogs, change the orientation
- and so on...

Anonymous said...

Did it !

Sacha said...

I managed to get the dwarf free, prepared the chameleon skin and the three plants. I believe I need to find 3 little flowers now to complete the elixir. Does anyone have an idea where I can get them ?

Anonymous said...

Where are the three flowers to the elixir...? The only thing I'm missing...

Anonymous said...

i'm stuck after cutting the second rope of the dawrf. What is to do next?

Anonymous said...

Use the spell from the dwarf on the branches behind the bed, they will grow...

Anonymous said...

Did it, with a bit help from the walktrough.

pocok said...

Ok, I'm stuck with a bunch of stuff that I can't use..

I have access to a lamp that I can't rub with anything.

I need to water a plant, but I can't seem to find anything to carry water with.

And I desperately need mana.. I tried to cut the witch with both knives that are at my disposal, but the damn woman keeps flying away.

Any help? Or a specifically strong net of some sort?

Anonymous said...

Stuck, how do I get the golden knife?

pocok said...

Tip for those stuck: try to combine objects in your inventory..

Anonymous said...

Now THAT was fun! :)

White Rose said...

Another good game from Pastel, had the hardest time finding the last feather but otherwise no trouble. Thanks Bart.

tam said...

Excellent game! I had a lot of fun, thank you, Bart :)

Anonymous said...

nice game, lot of fun!

Jam6i said...

Ahhhhhhh! I finally managed to figure out the windmill puzzle and when the cog animation began my computer crashed. Fyi to people who are considering buying a chromebook, don't get one if you plan on doing anything other than light internet browsing. This thing is absolutely terrible for almost all things you do on a computer/tablet.

deCarlo said...

Same here. Solved windmill puzzle and browser crashed. WinXP/Opera. No way I'll do this over again.

Lizzie! said...

The way I figured out the cog puzzle was from that scrap of paper, which tells you that the sequence of cogs must be left then right. So I randomly put a right cog in a missing space, and then counted from there making sure every other cog was a right cog. It didn't work. So then I put a left cog in my original missing space, and went around making sure they alternated direction, and it worked! My big issues was finally realizing that you could turn the page on the book on the book stand. How stupid did I feel??

Anonymous said...

Lovely with some new games :-) Thanks Bart ...

Jam6i said...

I just wanted to post this updated comment about the game. I had earlier problems with it, but it was not because of the game itself, but my stupid chromebook unable to handle even light amounts of flash gaming. I just wanted to clarify this, as I am a huge fan of pastelgames as well as anything Mateusz Skutnik is involved in (of which his projects are always high quality). I did eventually beat the game after feeding my chromebook some chocolates and letting it sleep a bit.

Anonymous said...

Nice game. Most clues are not needed. I think the gears don't work till you find the note.

NotMarian said...

It seems like some of the items weren't used. One of my gold coins wasn't needed at all, I think.

Anonymous said...

where's the fifth feather? I read it 's on the right side of the chest, what chest? where is it?

Anonymous said...

agh! the stupid cog puzzle is screwing me up! help me please!

Anonymous said...

agh! i'm stuck on the cog puzzle!

also, lizzie, what scrap of paper? where?

Anonymous said...

A little disappointed...
To recap:
The key was useless.
The color of the cards were useless
as was the color/order of the same colored vials that you can shake.
The color of the books were useless as was the color/order of the same colored spice boxes that you can shake.
I messed with those colors for a long time, convinced there was a connection!

The color of the books

Jessica said...

I am so confused and this walkthrough barely helps. (What on earth is the "jinn"??) (And the red herrings aren't helping either!)

Jacob Gorny said...

Ugh so many red herrings in this game... like a 2:1 red herring to actual clue ratio. :-/

Planets said...

Okay, I have no idea how to get mana and I can't find the "spinning wheel" that's supposed to be under the table in the kitchen according to the walkthrough. I find anything to click on under there.

Also, jinn means genie for the person who was asking.

L said...

I had the wheel key and tried to open the chest with it and it disappeared.. Anyone else have this problem?

Anonymous said...

how do you get the silver knife? I have the bronze and gold but not silver.

 

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