Hi! I'm Bart Bonte, a Belgian independent game designer and bontegames.com is where I blog about new interesting browser and mobile games. My own games are all in the left column (or at the bottom of this page on mobile). More info about me and my games on bartbonte.com.
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Not too bad, didn't need any hints.
It's nice! But I can't figure out how to click the picture((
Out! Robamimi's escapes are always very nice! :)
nice and refreshing.thank you, Bart!
nice and easy, thanks 4 sharing :D
For the coins you need to match the number of coins in the circles with the number of coins in the squares
Thanks for the link Bart. Robomani is always quick fun and a bit challenging.
can't solve the arrow-thing to get the water...where do I get the hint from??
Anon, if you look at the leaves of the plants once they are sprouted you should see a left-right pattern. This is the hint to get water running from the tap.
Dear Anonymous, if you've put compost in the planter, planted the seeds, and have the window open, the plants should sprout. Notice the brown seed husks on each plant. There's one on the left side of the plant, then the right side, the right again, then left, right, and left. Go to the sink. SPOILER ALERTClick the left and right buttons in the order previously shown to you by the seed husks.
...Can't figure out where to input the code from the scrap. If I've eaten gotten the right code at that. Can anyone offer a solution?
*even, not eaten
....Never mind, just figured out what I was doing wrong. Found the code easily.
Wow, I solved the entire game with no hints at all in 30 minutes! :-) I'm finally getting the hang of these Robamimi games...(Also... first! *-* )
Either his games are getting easier or I'm just starting to figure out his clues!?!?!
I love escape games like this. Post more plz. The mouse-over & item used clues are such simple mechanics that make game fun.
Yeah, another fun Robamimi! Nice flowers, even if they have super fast growing abilities! Thanks Bart!
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