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June 16, 2015

ring

Find the ring that will allow you to escape in the latest escape the room game by no1game. (note: click 'English' first to put the game in English)

22 comments:

Tom said...

Tip if you want English: When you start, click on English. The button text will change to Japanese, but this indicates the action of the button, not the selected language. If you accidentally start while it says English, you will get Japanese and will need to reload the page if you want to switch to English.

It also looks like this game is implemented in HTML5? Can anyone confirm this?

Tom said...

Out. It's nice to see a non-flash (and non-unity) escape game.

Kati said...

cute little game! I so suck at these, but I could finish this one without help. Thank you, Bart!

palat said...

Nice game! Took me a while before I realized the 3x3 grid blocks can have other colors besides black and brown. Once I figured that out, I was out! Thanks for posting Bart!

Andy said...

I had a hard time with the suitcase labels. I finally realized I was over-thinking it (I was taking their orientation into account, i.e., vertical/horizontal, slanting). When I just read them left-to-right, it worked.

Carly said...

My hang up was not realizing that the black "cupcake-holder" was in the shape of numbers. From then on it was a breeze ;)

Sid_The_Kid said...

Yes! I got an ear cleaning stick, I've wanted one for ages!

Rob said...

Out! Thank you, Bart

anna in spain said...

Stuck with the suitcase labels (probably overthinking) and the coloured squares. I tried blacking out the unused squares as per the paper hint, but it didn't work. Then tried the paper hint on the luggage labels. Nada. Help?

Bart said...

Anna, maybe you should use another item on the paper hint...

-k said...

@Anna in Spain - Only one letter from each code is used. Using the pencil will help...

Insanitee said...

Awww that was cute. But I admit I had to come here to read one clue.

knittingkate said...

I am so bad at these--thanks, Bart, for posting one that I could actually finish!!!

Anonymous said...

nice and short

Jimmy C. said...

Did it all on my own! X ) Best ending I've seen in a while. : )

anna in spain said...

Thanks to your help I made it through. Love these, though like Tomatea games they make me feel unsmart sometimes...;)

stobalito said...

Solve all the tricks, but i don't know how to open the door!
i can't stand it!

Anonymous said...

how do i use the key and book?

Anonymous said...

I don't understand the message inside the ring. (Does it have a meaning?) I already know how to use it to escape once I have it, but it would also be nice to understand its significance.

-k said...

@Anon 21 June 2015 at 08:21 - If you mean what is the message behind the code, I'm guessing that the boyfriend's name starts with "T" and the escapee's name starts with "E". So the gift/ring is from "T" and is to/for "E".

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous C" here. OK, so I'm slower than most of you. I need a bigger hint about the suitcase labels than just "left to right," and, "pencil." Tried the pencil on the labels, no luck. Tried reading them, in order, left to right, no luck. One letter each? Which? Why that one? How to know? Please help this slow person. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

I usually don't leave a comment this late but...
rub the pencil on the paper to see the rest of the clue.
I bet some people guessed the answer as the sizes are not rearranged.

 

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