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February 12, 2017

escape a parisian hotel [browser]

In the latest escape the room game by Funkyland you find yourself in a fancy hotel room in Paris but before you can enjoy the city you have to solve all the puzzles: escape a Parisian hotel. (Note: there is Japanase language in the game but you don't need it to solve the game)

17 comments:

-k said...

That was a good one! Not too hard, but still challenging. Thanks for sharing this with us, Bart!

Tom said...

That was pretty easy, but the Japanese clues in the closet in the bedroom made me uneasy. But yes, it can be solved without knowing Japanese.

Anonymous said...

as usual it was fun to play :)

palat said...

Stuck for a bit because I didn't realise you could combine the key parts, after that smooth sailing!
What were the Japanese clues in the closet Tom?

Tom said...

@palat There was some Japanese text in the little rectangular frame on top of the drawers in the closet, after entering the initial code. I was able to figure out what to do there, but the text presumably gave a clue about it.

Lizzie!! said...

That was relatively linear, but still fun. Such a lovely room...why would you want to escape! Especially since you have wifi...you can just play room escape games all day! =) Thanks, Bart!

colinbashbash said...

fun fun

Anonymous said...

totally stuck - the stuff from the bathroom is totally killing me
any clues?

Anonymous said...

oh - I figured out what the stuff was - from that point on it was easy again

Anonymous said...

Why the strange mix of languages ?
I wonder if anyone checked the QR code.

PK said...

Got /really/ frustrated because I hadn't found the clip for the rack. That was the only part that felt like a pixel hunt. That, and I feel like this would have been easier if it were multilingual; I was completely confused by the tablet at first.

a12r13 said...

Nice one - although the langage mix was a little bit stressing... but yes, you can easily solve it without knowning japanese...
Thx Bart

Anonymous said...

Not exactly secure to leave the key and the code it allows access to in the same place. Haha!
Funny game though.

Anonymous said...

great

deCarlo said...

Didn't realize that you could turn within the bathroom, so I had to use a walkthrough for that. A great game nevertheless.

jcfclark said...

Excellent. Slightly more complicated than usual for a Funkyland puzzler which makes for a fun challenge.

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