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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Out !I must say, I loved this one.... not exactly easy, but quite interesting.Thank you Bart !
Wow! That was long! But very satisfying when I finally beat it without any hints too. This is one that you must have a scratch pad to jot down clues along the way.
Last code needs you to reuse items just to get started figuring it out.
Really liked this one. No pixel hunting, no strange leaps of logic, no illogical combination of items - just a nice string of good puzzles to solve.Good stuff.
Completely agree with Bob Dole. Very clever puzzles. Just use your logic reasoning and you won't need a walkthrough.
The only strange thing was that the red, blue, yellow number code only had three spaces, and having two digits go in a single space violated all room escape cannon. I didn't bother clicking past 9, but I should have! That flummoxed me to the point I had to find a walkthrough. Oh well
I'm stuck but don't don't want to be the first one to admit I need help :(
fyi, I was stuck because *SPOILER ALERT*iDidntKnowYouCouldTurnAroundInDarkRoom*/SPOILER ALERT*
I know Bob Dole said there are no strange leaps of logic, but I struggled with the black & white puzzle, the wine glass colours, and I cannot for the life of me figure out how the books related to the cupboard code, even after watching a walkthrough video. Is it really obvious? I might try this again when I'm less tired.
@Anonymous 12:32: yay! Finally someone else who found it difficult!black & white puzzle: are you talking about the long row of black and white squares?*SPOILER ALERT*the "enter" button toggles certain squares black/white (if it was white, it'll turn black, if it was black, it'll turn white), leaving the rest as you've set them. Figure out which ones you have to turn white before you press enter so that after the toggle, it'll match the clue */SPOILER ALERT*wine glass colors*SPOILER ALERT*is used in the 2nd room. I don't think you're there yet?*/SPOILER ALERT*cupboard code*SPOILER 1*what color do the code buttons (top and bottom) turn when you press them?*/SPOILER 1**SPOILER 2* ANSWER: the sequence (left to right) of red books on top/bottom shelves gives you code for top/bottom buttons*/SPOILER 2*
I agree with Bob Dole on this one. There were a few tricky places, but I was never stuck for very long and didn't need any help to solve it (I actually finished it several days ago, but didn't get around to commenting until now).
What a treat; a really good room escape with a lot of content!
Stuck at the two levers in the red room. What do I do after pulling them?
nevermind, forgot to click around again :P
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