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May 29, 2015

free the dogs

Have you got what it takes to free the dogs in this short new point and click game by Vitamin Hana?

22 comments:

kim said...

Yay! Freed dogs.

Anonymous said...

I'm confused about how to put the green and black keys together

Anonymous said...

You can't put the two whole keys together. I wondered why I still had the knife/saw

Anonymous said...

At least i can understand this game

Mornak said...

You should cut the keys with the saw

Anonymous said...

i think i did something wrong. there was still a trapped dog and screwed in things and gears and stuff that i didn't understand but i still got out. and i got in the blue door for no reason that i could tell.

so basically the game is really buggy.

colinbashbash said...

was there a reason for the number behind the picture (near the end)?

Tom said...

The number behind the picture is the clue for the morse code dog cage lock.

wyatt said...

not buggy at all... there is a reason for everything...
*spoiler*
if you didn't make it outside in the yard with 3 dogs, then you haven't finished the game :)

Anonymous said...

The blue door isn't the exit - it's another room in the game...

abi said...

well, i got out with all the three dogs but i did not unscrew the picture in the room!
maybe there are two ways to get out.
I' ll try it again to see what happens.
I am not a robot!

abi said...

after playing the game the second time i realised that

********* SPOILER *********

i thought the three plants had two clues.
1) The colours of the pots and
2) the sequence of the numbers of their leaves --> 4-3-2 which i interpreted with the morce code. the last two numbers 3 and 2 are the same as the clue behind the picture so i opened the cage without using that cluw (picture). It is probably not a bug, its just a coincidence!
Again, I AM NOT A ROBOT!

Anonymous said...

What's the solution to the last cage--with the green minus and circle? I tried clicking the first one 3 times and the second twice, but no dice.

Anonymous said...

for that matter, I haven't been able to open the bottom drawer. And did I use the key after I sawed it in half?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 23:53, you need to study your morse code book again.

Anonymous said...

How do you saw these keys in half? I can only 'select' one at a time? What's the glue for? and still haven't found a screw driver to remove the picture although I did get two dogs out, just not the last green one...

Kati said...

Uhm... I could get out of the house without actually saving the third dog O_o but its a cute game ^_^

NDW said...

Cute game, I like how this series is turning out. Thanks Bart.

Anonymous 23:41 you need to save more dogs to get the screw driver, three keys get sawed all by the same item, and the glue is used in the final step.

Anonymous said...

So, three dashes and two dots? Is that what I'm supposed to get from the 32 and the dog cage? And that means 8 in Morse Code?

And...?

Carly said...

First do the dots and dashes for three, then the dots and dashes for two. Tadaa.
Loved that little game! So cute and so easy. Just what I needed after my long day of work :)

RJ Tumamao said...
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Jonah Ryman said...

...wut
Ok, so what's the gear key for other than opening that one door?
I thought I could use it to finish that gear mechanism, to maybe raise those bars, but I couldn't put the key on the gears. I didn't find any screwdriver to lift that painting, probably from the barred dog, but I managed to open the door to finish the game anyway? So that whole third room was pretty much useless? And why is an anonymous user (21:57, June 2) talking about 32? I didn't find a 32. What's going on with the game?

 

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