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January 28, 2014

escape from mr. k's room 4

Tesshi-e prepared another room for your point and click enjoyment. Can you escape from mr. k's room 4? (note: you can switch the language in the opening screen)

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

First. Yay.

Anonymous said...

And out!

jaymar said...

Enjoyable as always!

Peter said...

good game.

Anonymous said...

I can't figure out what to do with the squares behind the picture...Are they somehow connected to the hippo's on the red shelves?

eightoclock said...

This one felt a little easier than normal, ...or maybe I have just played so many of them that I now know what to look for.

Coreena said...

Stuck with a tissue car and an empty bottle... Hint?
@anonymous 19:31, yes they are :-)

Anonymous said...

Hint: The numbers behind picture spell four letters. Tissue-back contains words you can spell out on corners of hippo painting.

The bottle is not empty. Use it to fill U-tube.

Anonymous said...

Can't figure out what to do with the foot pedals on the piano. Assume it has something to do with the notes in the book? Any hints?

Anonymous said...

To work the piano pedals, you need to activate the Bird Radio & Hippo Picture.

Anonymous said...

I have a tissue that says "moon on one", a spade-shaped key, a tissue box, a stick, a cork, and two straws. I've seen the notes in the book, and the numbers behind the square on the wall (I think they mean M-E-O-N). I can't find anything else to click on, I can't figure out how to use any of the items, and I can't figure out how to use any of the clues to enter a code. Hint?

zbeaker said...

Clue on wall shows: 14 5
15 13

The other clue also shows A = 1 to Z =26. Translate the numbers above into letters. Then what direction the painting is moved corresponds to the letters on the wall clue. And the "moon on one" clue.

Russmon said...

Tricky and fun. Thanks for the link Bart. Assembling the car and figuring out to slide it in a previously used spot was genius on the game designer's part.

Planets said...

It takes a little engineering at the end with the sticks, corks, tissue box, straws, tape, and drill. You need to create a little car...

Coreena said...

Strange, I managed to escape without finishing all the clues: no battery, right cabinet still closed, and I never figured out the fans.
But: I got the Happy Coin! :-)

Lizzie! said...

Once I realized there was an alternative view to the back left, it started to fall into place. (Duh!) But, the graphics made it hard for me to realize that there was a glass covered tunnel beneath the right hippo shelves. Until I realized that, the tissue box car seemed rather unnecessary. (Double duh!)

Happy Coin, though, so it's all good.

Fun! Love the games from this developer. Thanks, Bart!

tam said...

Yeah! I found the Happy Coin all by myself :) A lot of Happiness is awaiting me!!!

Emily said...

And out! Thanks for the hint about the car. And... the Happy Coin will bring happiness to me!

Anonymous said...

I don't know how you all figured this out so easily. After unlocking the hippo picture, I am stuck with one key which unlocks nothing, one stick, one cork, the "moon on one" paper, and a tissue box with straws taped to it. What have I missed? The note code and the bird figure code don't seem to work on anything.

Anonymous said...

Anon 1:21, I was stuck on that part as well, use the notes for the cabinet under them

Xyzzy said...

For fans of Tesshi-e's MildEscape games, there is a recent game that didn't make it onto Bart's game blog list - www.mildescape.com/escape93.html

tam said...

@Xyzzy:
thank you! I played the christmas game, it was good :)

V V said...

A nice simple game for Tesshie. No real difficult puzzles from him this time, but a nice relaxing atmosphere indeed. Good game, thanks.

Anonymous said...

Was stuck till I found the glass u-tube up top of the Mr. Hippos near the piano. I had to step back to zoom in on it. Nice clues all around, but the lack of a cursor that changes still ruins the game.

Anonymous said...

Anon 08:34 - I had tried that already. After you posted, I tried the code backwards and the cabinet opened. Musical notes are ALWAYS numbered bottom to top, not top to bottom as this author did. Thanks for the hint, but I'm sorry, that's bad game design.

Anonymous said...

(Comment above) Huh? The position of the notes on the staff reading from left to right (as music is read) = the order in which the five vertical buttons are pushed to open the sliding door. Logical and intuitive.

 

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