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April 02, 2015

lodger

Have you got what it takes to escape the room in the surreal point and click game Lodger by Sarameya?

15 comments:

JaronFlick said...

First?

Bob Dole said...

Long scrap of paper has me stumped.

JaronFlick said...

SCYTALE - look up the meaning...

knittingkate said...

These things stretch my brain and it sure does need some stretching on days like today. Finished finally! Thanks Bart.

jj said...

Ohh, nice one, I like the style!

Sacha said...

I've got five keys but I can't find the right order to put them in the door locks.

Anonymous said...

Just hard enough to be fun :-)


The hint for the order for the door locks is on the panels of the door...



(Hint, the keys have spikes... The doors have letters...)

chefsinger said...

That was awesome! Great escape game debut. I hope this developer keeps going.

Ruud said...

Liked this one a lot.

I was really stumped by the last puzzle. The drawer where you need to place the four keys in a particular order. Turns out I never noticed that the bottom of the keys represent letters. The letters you have to pick from the four pictures on the opposite wall.

Stevens Miller said...

I am stuck with one key and the code you use from the floor (which is how I got it).

Russia (balalala) 888 said...

Neato!

Jana said...

I loved this! Pretty creative, and such an awesome style. I must admit that I had to use a few hints towards the end though ;)

Anonymous said...

I have three keys and one coin (the one from the drawer of my third key). However, Ngu seems to want three coins, and I have no idea where to get more.

Any suggestions? I think I've solved all the puzzles I can up till this point.

Anonymous said...

Hm. I'm the same person as above. I forced the drawer with the two buttons by assuming that the picture behind Ngu would be something with an R, and it gave me the key I needed to open the drawer that gave me the last key, so I'm out.

However, I never used my coin and also never opened the drawer that's screwed shut. And only in typing this out do I realise that this is the oldest use of a coin in the history of escape games. So apparently, you can escape even when you're a dum-dum.

Anonymous said...

where are the coins ? I never found any and would have used one to unscrew stuff. managed to escape fine.
Although the four key lock has the number 2 above the first keyhole instead of 1.

 

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