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December 10, 2014

kyuukei escape

Have you got what it takes to escape from the room in kyuukei escape by Kamotokamo?

The tree plaques are used in the dark blue drawer, but I only have two of them and it looks like four are needed. I found some of the combinations, but not the one for the yellow drawer below the bear.

I am finally out! The orange box on the table had me stomped for a while.

SPOILER: this box has three buttons that you will have to press three times each in the right order (nine total). The order in which to press them can be found by looking at the three places where you had to enter a three-digit code.

@Anna in Spain: you can see that there's a hidden compartment in this "empty" cabinet below the chef. To open it you'll need another item.

Thanks for the tip Anonymous! Sadly I didn't understand much of the last puzzles (middle number for yellow drawer, orientation of the trees), I got through them with brute force.

Hint/Spoiler: A critical piece of information is that the 9 digits are each used only once each in the three combinations. Using that information you can *infer* the way to open the table box and only after opening the table box will you be able to *infer* the code to the yellow drawer. After that there is are two secret panels to find.

huh. so i just guessed at the yellow draw based on looking at the box on the table, 1~9 and my guess was right, and then the box told me the answer to the yellow draw. huh.

I did as Anonymous said, and it worked. I looked at "the three places where you had to enter a three-digit code". By now, we only have two of the three codes: one is 7.3.1 and the other is 9.5.2. Only three numbers are missing to complete the 1~9 sequence... (ok, I tell you: 4, 6 and 8). If you press first the button with one hole (because it is where the nr 1 was needed for the code), then you press the button with three holes (where the nr 2 was needed for the code) and so on. I really hope it was clear enough. I struggled a lot with that orange box! Even with all the hints... :P

Not bad, but the fact that the clue for the last number combination is inside the orange box where you need the numbers from all the combination to get open was very ridiculous. I liked the look of the dessert you get at the end.

> Not bad, but the fact that the clue for the last number combination is inside the orange box where you need the numbers from all the combination to get open was very ridiculous.

Oh please, you have three 3-digit codes, and you know two of them. 1 ~ 9 clearly states that you should use all nine digits. The clue inside just gives you hint about the order.

You can guess the 3rd 3 digit code, but agree the box hint/code are in a silly order. The second half relies on hints about orientation that you could easily miss & a bit of pixel hunting to click the right part of something... the last few steps are pretty straightforward.

Sephora, look at the four pictures on the wall that look like the four pieces you have. If you mentally turn those the right way up, you see that they have two green and two brown borders. The box in the drawers also has green and brown borders. Comparing them will tell you where to put which piece.

Hints for the orange box on the table: - The box indicates 1~9, which is "one to nine". - The buttons on the box have one, two or three dots. - The number code dials have one, two or three dots. - Each number, 1 to 9, only appears once among the three number codes.

******SPOILER BELOW*******

You need to click the button matching the code dial in which the number appears, for the numbers 1 to 9 in numerical order...

There is no need to open the orange box. By the time you deduce the code by elimination you know there are only 6 combos left & the first one works if you try them in order.

If you are you looking for a solution or a walkthrough for one of the game links, please have a look in the comments.
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## 30 comments:

Got two tree plaques but no idea how to use them. Lots of 3-digit numbers needed, no clue for them. Stuck.

The tree plaques are used in the dark blue drawer, but I only have two of them and it looks like four are needed. I found some of the combinations, but not the one for the yellow drawer below the bear.

Got it - I'm out. Not bad.

Whats the hint of the yellow drawer (guess it has to do with the "eyes" on the tablebox...)

The hint for the yellow drawer is inside the table box (you have to open the box to get it).

Anybody got a hint for the box on the table? I can't make heads or tails of it...

Same question as above :)

I managed to open the dark blue drawer but I don't know how to open the box on the table and the yellow drawer...

Got key for white cabinet with chef? on top, but the compartment appears to be empty??

I am finally out! The orange box on the table had me stomped for a while.

SPOILER: this box has three buttons that you will have to press three times each in the right order (nine total). The order in which to press them can be found by looking at the three places where you had to enter a three-digit code.

@Anna in Spain: you can see that there's a hidden compartment in this "empty" cabinet below the chef. To open it you'll need another item.

Thanks for the tip Anonymous!

Sadly I didn't understand much of the last puzzles (middle number for yellow drawer, orientation of the trees), I got through them with brute force.

Hint/Spoiler: A critical piece of information is that the 9 digits are each used only once each in the three combinations. Using that information you can *infer* the way to open the table box and only after opening the table box will you be able to *infer* the code to the yellow drawer. After that there is are two secret panels to find.

huh. so i just guessed at the yellow draw based on looking at the box on the table, 1~9 and my guess was right, and then the box told me the answer to the yellow draw. huh.

Yeah, i feel so bad about finishing this as the second half of it I completed with guesswork.

Fun, but got stumped on the 1~9 box for a while. Hints in the comments helped.

aaaaahhhhh hints not helping for orange box

@puzzleguy:

I did as Anonymous said, and it worked. I looked at "the three places where you had to enter a three-digit code". By now, we only have two of the three codes: one is 7.3.1 and the other is 9.5.2. Only three numbers are missing to complete the 1~9 sequence... (ok, I tell you: 4, 6 and 8). If you press first the button with one hole (because it is where the nr 1 was needed for the code), then you press the button with three holes (where the nr 2 was needed for the code) and so on.

I really hope it was clear enough.

I struggled a lot with that orange box! Even with all the hints... :P

Good fun, thanks!

Not bad, but the fact that the clue for the last number combination is inside the orange box where you need the numbers from all the combination to get open was very ridiculous. I liked the look of the dessert you get at the end.

Finallyout! Hints help a lot! :)> Not bad, but the fact that the clue for the last number combination is inside the orange box where you need the numbers from all the combination to get open was very ridiculous.

Oh please, you have three 3-digit codes, and you know two of them. 1 ~ 9 clearly states that you should use all nine digits. The clue inside just gives you hint about the order.

You can guess the 3rd 3 digit code, but agree the box hint/code are in a silly order. The second half relies on hints about orientation that you could easily miss & a bit of pixel hunting to click the right part of something... the last few steps are pretty straightforward.

I have the four square with trees... but I don't understand what to do with the box in the blue drawer.

Sephora, look at the four pictures on the wall that look like the four pieces you have. If you mentally turn those the right way up, you see that they have two green and two brown borders. The box in the drawers also has green and brown borders. Comparing them will tell you where to put which piece.

Thank you Anonymous! :D

I guess I'm not smart enough for this game. I can't figure out the box on the table. Unless someone posts a walkthrough, I guess I'm bailing now.

Hints for the orange box on the table:

- The box indicates 1~9, which is "one to nine".

- The buttons on the box have one, two or three dots.

- The number code dials have one, two or three dots.

- Each number, 1 to 9, only appears once among the three number codes.

******SPOILER BELOW*******

You need to click the button matching the code dial in which the number appears, for the numbers 1 to 9 in numerical order...

No idea how to work out the clue on the piece of paper - any hints please? :)

found it ... eventually ... lol

There is no need to open the orange box. By the time you deduce the code by elimination you know there are only 6 combos left & the first one works if you try them in order.

All the links to kamotokamo's games aren't working anymore! Has s/he moved them to another server?

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