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August 23, 2017

chemical room escape [browser]

You are locked in a room full of chemical equipment and need to solve all the puzzles to get out in the new escape the room game Chemical Room Escape by Masa's Games.

11 comments:

Rob said...

First! A little tricky with the battery, but a good game! THNX.

Rob said...

person 2279 who's out...

Anonymous said...

2697th Not too hard, but does require some basic science knowledge.

Cynic said...

3590th
I really enjoyed this one! The puzzle with the lemon and the one with the test tubes and A and B were both really good! (Hard to talk about w/o spoiling them, heh)

a12r13 said...

Out. Nice one, thx Bart

Anonymous said...

I have the tubes filled, see the sequence on the computer, but don't see how they combine for the opening pattern.

Rob said...

First A, Then B....

veewee said...

hmm..I'm stumped for now!

I have a mold, a bottle with water, a lemon from the fridge, two sets of test tubes (as yet unused by me, and a pair of tweezers.
I also have beaker with water on a stand over a bunsen burner which is attached to the gas, but not lit.
All the cupboards and stuff seem to be locked, the computer doesn't work, I need a battery...stuck!

Anonymous said...

Fill the mold with the water, freeze it, use it to get into the locked cabinet.

Jacob said...
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Nat R. said...

Two main flaws with this game: first of all, if you know one of the codes for the door, it eliminates so many possibilities that it's easy to guess. Second, as far as I can tell, the lemon battery is unnecessary, because you can just switch the one battery around as needed. Other than that, good game. Definitely liked the chemical theme, and knowing about neutralization reactions and how to set up a Bunsen burner helped...

 

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