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July 12, 2017

moon [browser]

It's a starry night and you're locked inside a wall fenced garden. Can you solve all the puzzles to get out in the escape game Moon by Room's Room?

15 comments:

a12r13 said...

Out... nice game, thx Bart

Russmon said...

Plant a marble????

jj said...

Nice one, all logic, well except for the planting bit ;)

PK said...

Not a big fan of this one. It was all super easy, except for the "planting" bit which made zero sense and added artificial difficulty. And I didn't like that potential solutions couldn't be focused on until the game was "ready" for you to do so; I'd rather be able to click on the interesting spot, learn that I can't do whatever I need to do yet, and move on.

veewee said...

I agree it's actually a bit too easy for my liking. However, I now have a code (6 digits) and I have the feeling this one is supposed to get me out...but then I have nowhere to input the code!
maybe not too easy after all?

veewee said...

never mind, I figured it out =)

Emily said...

I agreed that it was easy, though I still enjoyed it.

One (minor) bug: When I wet the water/fire paper, its icon in my inventory showed the numbers for the fire half, which were legible, instead of the water half.

Anonymous said...

I can't say this was all that good...the sound was a 5 second loop of generic nighttime sounds, and while the puzzles were fairly decent, I can't help but think they were too straightforward. Plus, the paper bugs when used, as after using it with fire, the water code appears on the icon in the inventory, and vice versa. This is not a bad game, but it could be done better.

Anonymous said...

Why, how, would anyone look at a marble and think: "I better plant this!" I kind of died inside at the end when it said "CONGRATULATION"

MRK said...

I have a feeling that I've played this one before, or some other version of it. Short, but fun. The 'plant the marble' was a bit of a logical stretch, but on the whole, a pleasant diversion.

Lizzie!! said...

I only got one "Congratulation"? Nice game, albeit easy-ish.

Anonymous said...

Not sure where or if I used the gold key.
Finding the marble was the hard part for me.

burnt ice cream said...

I enjoyed it. Yes it was on the easy side. But, at least it was very logical. I think the "marble" was really like "earth" as the elements seemed to be somewhat of a theme. I commend the author, because he/she made a game for not just the ones looking for a hard puzzle, but those who may be just starting out with escape games. I am glad for the congratulation, there is no way I would be able to write it in their language.
Thanks for posting this game Bart!

345afsdf said...

The 'planting' bit made sense to me because the divot in the earth was obviously the size/shape of the marble. Still clueless as to what to do with the numbers though.

Anonymous said...

I know this is supposed to be easy, but I can't finish it! I'm stuck on the part after you put the yellow thing in the moon box thing. Ive been playing escape games for a while, its just that I'm not good at them...

 

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