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Comment on "The Lost Strawberry "

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 08:04:04 -0500

The game's instructions tell you how to change its color palette (from the pause menu which you bring up with Enter/P). Light-on-dark combinations make the foreground platforms stand out against the splatter.

It also mentions (under a spoiler warning) that the screen corruption

from each "essence" goes away if you let it respawn. It sounds like the corruption remaining on screen after death is a bug, but you can avoid that for most of the game by playing carefully.

With those in mind, the game shouldn't be too difficult, but I too recommend the X-mas version (practically a different game) if you want something less stressful.

- kktkkr




Comment on "The Lost Strawberry "

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:34:06 -0500

Sorry, it's fixed now.

- Jeff




Comment on "Little Witch Story"

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 04:01:27 -0500

lesser traveled path to get to the particular writing hiccups.

- youn




Comment on "The Lost Strawberry "

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 01:55:26 -0500

Personally I think the X-mas version is better (has a color palette that is a lot easier to parse out), although it doesn't have the story :/

- lakhila




Comment on "The Lost Strawberry "

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 01:50:04 -0500

Jesus christ it took me forever to figure out there are vines you can climb by pressing the up arrow. Must have died 50 times just trying to make the first jump.

Btw @Jamilworm a quick google search will pull it up.

- lakhila




Comment on "The Sky House"

Sun, 14 Jan 2018 23:25:54 -0500

Made a really basic map; doesn't show any of the secrets passages or pickups

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/13OlzalTlP6fxa9kSdZTHmqj8-B4KZGkczPVAfCUIuL0/edit?usp=sharing

- lakhila




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°167"

Sun, 14 Jan 2018 23:21:27 -0500

It was nice to try out Daikokuya Soft's game. Hopefully we'll see more from them!

- CptnSuz




Comment on "The Escape Hotel - Hot Spring"

Sun, 14 Jan 2018 10:52:14 -0500

This is a walkthrough for Neutral's new game, Sign. I post it here since I don't know how to submit a game to this site. Exploration Collect the wooden tablet on the table. It reads, "rotate items by dragging your mouse." Collect the key behind the frog painting. Collect the mushroom stamp behind the plant on the window sill. Collect the spool of rope under a cushion on the sofa. Turn left. Move the large plant and take the torn piece of paper behind the sofa. Take the remote control behind the "DANGER" note. Turn left. There is something orange between the left-hand-side wall and the computer desk. Zoom in and take the orange triangle. Open the middle drawer of the computer desk (which should have an arrow painted inside) and leave it open. Turn left. A purple square is visible on the middle drawer. Take it. Laptop Use your key to open the left drawer of the TV cabinet. Take the battery inside. Put the battery into the remote control. Turn on the TV. The second channel shows the duck painting above the laptop. The fourth channel shows six stars in the laptop's password input. You need to type the password on your computer's keyboard. The laptop does not hide the password input behind stars, so the password is, truly, "******". In the laptop, turn down the camera so that a blue star falls down. Take the blue star and calculate the four-digit password. Notice the orientation of the star and the triangle. 40 * 61 + 89 = 2529 Use the four-digit password on the right drawer of the TV cabinet. Take the printer and the snowman stamp. Install the printer on the laptop. Input the ID written on the torn piece of paper (i.e. type "secret" into the prompt) and a sheet of paper will be printed out. Use the sheet of paper as clue, unlock the box with four buttons under the piranha tank. The sheet of paper reads, "NEWNEWS". Take a look at the books near the laptop. With the red arrow pointing up, the sequence is: Up, right, left, up, right, left, down. Collect the hook in the box. Fishing Combine the hook with the spool of rope. Fish out the brass key in the piranha tank. Open the wall niche on the right of the TV with the brass key. Take the tree stamp and the wrench inside. Open the drawer in front of the TV with the wrench. Place the three stamps on the correct slot. The clue is on the wooden tablet, and you need to view things from above. Tree stamp on the top left corner. Mushroom stamp on the middle right. Snowman stamp on the middle of the bottom row. Collect the card in the drawer and insert it in the card slot above the sofa. Press the white button to turn the light off. You should see something above the TV. 27=481563 Above the laptop, where the duck painting should be, there is another clue. 7463 Find the remaining clues. Behind the lion painting: 5218 Behind the frog painting: FR1G Solve the mystery. Frog is FR1G, so the number 1 is the letter o. 1 is o. 2 is i. 3 is k. 4 is u. 5 is l. 6 is c. 7 is d. 8 is n. "27=481563" is "id=unlock". Operate the printer and take the new sheet of paper. Use the clue on the sheet to unlock the locked door. Think in 3D Collect the two cubes behind the door. They hide a three-digit password. The clue is the picture next to the lion painting. Unwrap the cube as shown, where the face with the white letter should match the white square, etc. It should read: __N _TI OHN NRE EE _E Or, 139. Use the password on the highest drawer of the computer desk. Take the cuboid inside. Set your cubes and cuboid in an appropriate place. Set your cubes inside the wall niche where the sheep are. The white sides of the blocks should read "EXIT". Shut the doors. Escape! The source code for this walkthrough is here. https://pastebin.com/G0VMRzvr - Pulsaris[...]



Comment on "Dirty Room Escape 3"

Sun, 14 Jan 2018 04:49:50 -0500

The logic for the clock code seems to be unchanged:

The computer shows you a clue with seven boxes, and the same formation of seven dots appears in the drawer beneath.

The time on the working clock can be spelt out in the format described by the computer clue, using the symbols on the drawer buttons.

but the change in the clue means that the solution is now

9:15 = OJ:IICJ, and those symbols are on the
6 27 -
45 1 3
buttons.

(I hadn't played this so I don't know if the puzzle was ambiguous before, but there should only be one logical answer now.)

- kktkkr




Comment on "The Lost Strawberry "

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 20:04:12 -0500

I can't find a link to the game anywhere, all of the links on the page direct to the review.

- Jamilworm




Comment on "Dirty Room Escape 3"

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 13:15:55 -0500

I know it's been a while since I played this game but was wondering

if anyone remembers the buttons to press for the clock code. when the original walkthrough came out the time said 10:30 after the clock started working after putting in the battery, but I guess not long after it came out, the developers updated the game to make the time 9:15 instead and the buttons are different.

If KK or anyone can help me with this i'd appreciate it.

- Paul




Comment on "Monkey GO Happy Roundup 6"

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 13:07:02 -0500

Awesome as usual KK. Thanks for the walkthrough.

- Paul




Comment on "K's Villa Room Escape"

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 10:50:35 -0500

Managed to put that comment above on the wrong game -- oops!

- houseworkisevil




Comment on "The Escape Hotel - Hot Spring"

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 10:49:14 -0500

I am sure that hot pink stuff in hippo-sized Mr. Hippo is Pepto-Bismol, meant to be taken in by osmosis. ;)

- houseworkisevil




Comment on "K's Villa Room Escape"

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 10:47:17 -0500

I am sure that hot pink stuff in hippo-sized Mr. Hippo is Pepto-Bismol, meant to be taken in by osmosis. ;)

- houseworkisevil




Comment on "Monkey GO Happy Roundup 6"

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 09:27:49 -0500

Here it is! Monkey GO Happy Roundup 6 (Stage 145–148) Stage 145: Fairy Christmas Exploration You start off facing a tree. No, it's a house with a diamond-shaped hole in the door, as well as holes that cycle through letters when clicked! Pick up the 5 snowflakes around the screen and the Mini Monkey at the top. Turn left to find a tree that's not a house, with the same letter displays and a curious note attached to it. There is a house though, and the hole on its door is outlined in red. In front of it, a fairy asks you for 20 snowflakes. (Hope they don't melt!) Pick up the purple gem, 5 snowflakes and Mini Monkey. Purple Use the purple gem on the house in the first screen, and then use the clue from the note to unlock it. The purple word on the note is the name Maxx, so enter that in the letter displays (M, A on the first screen and X, X on the second). Then push the purple gem to open the door. Exploration 2 Inside the house, there's a locked chest with a diamond-shaped hole on its front, outlined in yellow. Pick up 4 snowflakes and 2 Mini Monkeys around the room, then climb the stairs. Upstairs, there's a boy who wants a present, as well as a safe with a grid of nine buttons that change color to black and red, and a clue on the wall with a grid of nine card suits. Pick up 3 snowflakes and 2 Mini Monkeys. Binary Use the wall clue to unlock the nine-button safe. The usual colors for playing cards are red for Diamonds and Hearts and black for Clubs and Spades. So the card suits on the wall correspond to the R(2) B(1) R(2) B(1) B(1) R(2) R(2) R(2) B(1) colors. Click the buttons that many times, then open the safe to get an unwrapped present, a snowflake, a red gem and a Mini Monkey. Red Place the red gem in the door of the other house, then use the clue from the note to unlock it. The red word is mass, so enter those letters and then open the door. There's not much inside, just a yellow gem and a Mini Monkey. Yellow Place the yellow gem on the chest, then use the clue from the note to unlock it. The yellow word is xmas, so enter those letters to open the chest and get a snowflake, ribbon and Mini Monkey inside. Present Use the ribbon to wrap the present (using the Combine Items button), then give it to the boy upstairs. As he walks away, he leaves behind a snowflake on the floor. Ending Give all 20 snowflakes to the fairy, who floats upward surrounded by them. Pick up the last Mini Monkey from the ground. Your bonus clue from this stage is (w with 4 vertical strokes) = 2. Stage 146: Moonlit Christmas Exploration You're in the snowy mountains oddly similar to Stage 143, but this time there's a snowman outside a hut among the trees and a boy dressed in red who wants a sled, as well as a device in the front snow-mound that displays dice faces. Pick up the button part from the roof, the pot and branch from the snowman, 3 ornaments which are bright red orbs, and 2 Mini Monkeys, then click the trees to tip them over and find another 3 ornaments. Go right to a screen with a church, which has some unusual decorations and a girl standing outside who wants a pot. There are three more dice devices here. Pick up the other button part from the roof, 3 ornaments and 2 Mini Monkeys, then click the trees to find another 2 ornaments. (Current total: 11 ornaments, 4 monkeys) Satisfaction Give the pot to the girl, who walks off wearing it on her head. Pick up the key from the ground. Then use the key to unlock the hut on the first screen. Inside, there's a boy who points sadly at an empty space right above a stand on the floor. Th[...]



Comment on "The Escape Hotel - Hot Spring"

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 04:07:06 -0500

The image (both on the main page and here) links to a review of a previous Tesshi-e game (K's Villa Room) here on JIG rather than this game, just so you know

- Vinca




Comment on "The Sky House"

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 03:19:47 -0500

I finally rage-quit at the laser traps. For me, it quit being nicely balanced between puzzle and skill, and just turned to straight skill, which I don't have :-D

- barbara




Comment on "Monkey GO Happy Roundup 6"

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 22:49:39 -0500

looking forward to the walkthrough :)

- Paul




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°167"

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 15:19:25 -0500

BTW: Daikokuyasoft hasn't been on JIG before, but they do have a number of other cute escape games (English enabled) on their website. The browser versions are linked on the sidebar to the right of their Escape New Year's Room page.

- vyrastra




Comment on "The Escape Hotel - Hot Spring"

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 09:59:55 -0500

I wouldn't bathe in whatever that pink stuff is. The Escape Hotel - Hot Spring Bet you didn't know the Escape Hotel had such facilities. Exploration After the intro ends, you're placed right in the middle of the hot spring, facing an open-air bath with a Mr. Birdy on a locked box from which a wooden box extends. You don't need the sign to tell you that this is the "Hot Water of Mr. Birdy", but you reach out and grab it anyway. It wobbles for a bit before coming loose, and you find a key on the back that covers a clue with card suits. Turn right to the nice view of the bay and the sailboat floating in it, but you're distracted by something under your feet: a stain on the ground that covers some sort of marking. There's also a "Hot Water of Mr. Hippo" which seems to be giving off much more steam under a wooden shelter (plus, it's pink!). Beside it, a small brick structure seems to be missing something from its top. Turn right to face a wooden fence beyond which you can see a fancy tall building. There's a locked box to the left of the gates and another three-digit safe to the right with a card suit clue. Backing out again, you see a hut with a blue object on the roof. Entering the hut, you find a picture on the wall with animal silhouettes. On the right wall, there's a Mild Escape locker with nine buttons, and then a set of shelves with safes and baskets. There's a two-button safe with starry buttons and a four-digit safe with pictures of both Mr. Birdy and Mr. Hippo on it. Searching through the baskets, you find a metal door handle in the middle one. Leave the hut and then turn right to find a path forward. On the left, there's another wooden locker, and a shiny stone pillar that seems to be missing something, and a trapdoor in the ground which contains a key in a capsule, way out of reach. Back out and continue to the right to find a small shrine where the miniature building on top has locked doors (without any keyhole) and some stars on the surrounding pillars, and the stone plinth has irregularly-shaped protrusions on the front and another pair of locked doors on the bottom. Unlock 1 Use the key you got from the Mr. Birdy sign to unlock the doors beneath the shrine and get a thermometer. Heat Dip the thermometer in each of the Hot Waters to get a clue that unlocks the four-digit safe in the hut. Mr. Birdy's hot water is 39°C ,and Mr. Hippo's is 43°C. So enter 3943 in the safe, and open it to get a valve handle. Starry Use the clue from the shrine to unlock the two-button safe in the hut. From top to bottom, the stars appear on the LLRLRR pillars. So click those buttons to unlock the safe and get a wrench with a long perpendicular handle. Fifteen Use the card suit clue to unlock the card suit safe (next to the fence gate). Hint 1: In the clues given, what are there exactly three of? Hint 2: The order matters. Replace each card suit on the safe with the corresponding row of three symbols indicated on the sign, and the circles form the pattern OOO OOO OOO O.. ..O O.O OOO OOO OOO O.O O.. ..O OOO OOO OOO . This clearly reads 629, so enter that in the safe to open it and get a pair of binoculars, as well as a lobster figure half. Distance Use the binoculars to get a closer view of the sailboat, which has a grid of nine letters on its sail. Sequence Use the clue from the sailboat to unlock the locker in the hut. The MILD ESCAPE letters are in the 672 354 189 positions, with the last letter E in the same place [...]



Comment on "The Escape Hotel - Hot Spring"

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 09:28:56 -0500

WALKTHROUGH Exploration At the start of the game, you will be facing a hot spring. Approach the hot spring. Click on the signpost on the left of the spring. The sign should read "Hot Water of Mr. Birdy". Click on the sign until it comes off. There is a clue on the back of the sign, and also a METAL KEY. Take it. Back off until you can turn left. Turn left and enter the shack, in which you should see a picture depicting a lobster, a horse, and a turtle. Turn to the rack on your right. There should be three baskets; inspect the middle basket and take the HANDLE inside. The stars, and Mr. Birdy and Mr. Hippo There is a miniature house on the left of the hot spring. This is actually a shrine. Inspect the shrine, especially the pattern of stars on it. There is a locked cabinet under the shrine. Use the METAL KEY to open it, and take the THERMOMETER inside. Use the THERMOMETER to measure the temperature of "Hot Water of Mr. Birdy" and "Hot Water of Mr. Hippo" (the pink-colored hot water in the hippo-shaped tub). Go back into the shack. On the rack, above the three baskets, there are two locked boxes. One of the locked boxes has Mr. Birdy and Mr. Hippo on it. Use the temperature you measured to open the box. Take the VALVE HANDLE inside. The password is 3943, since "Hot Water of Mr. Birdy" is 39 degrees and "Hot Water of Mr. Hippo" is 43 degrees. The other locked box has two buttons, both of which will show a star upon pressing. Use the pattern you see on the shrine to unlock the box. Take the WRENCH inside. The pattern is left, left, right, left, right, right. Spades, hearts, clubs, and diamonds Turn to the main gate. (Facing the hot spring, turn left twice.) On the right of the gate, there is a locked box with spades, hearts, clubs, and diamonds on it. Use the clue you get on the "Hot Water of Mr. Birdy" to open it. Take the BINOCULARS and the LOBSTER TAIL. Substitute each symbol with the circle-dot pattern. Each column corresponds to one digit. The first digit is: O O O -- Diamond 0 . . -- Heart 0 0 0 -- Diamond 0 . 0 -- Spade 0 0 0 -- Diamond It's a 6! The whole password is 629. The bolts Use the BINOCULARS to look at the sailboat over the sea. You should see nine letters. Go back to shack and open the closet with the name "mild escape" on it. Take the SCREWDRIVER in it. SCI LED MAP MILD ESCAPE So the first button to press is M, the lower left button. The second button to press is I, the upper right button. And so on. The inner compartment is secured with bolts. Use the WRENCH to unlock it. Take the BOLTS and the STRING-BOUND BOX inside. Click on the closet outside the shack. Inspect the green cylinder on the right of the closet. Something with three holes can be mounted on it... Mount the VALVE HANDLE on it. Secure it with the BOLTS and the WRENCH. Activation of this mechanism shall open the mouth of Mr. Hippo. Go to Mr. Hippo and take the HORSE from its mouth. The pink water in the tub is drained, so that you can see a compartment secured with screws inside. Open it with the SCREWDRIVER and take the CLOCKWORK KEY inside. Go to the hot spring. Use the CLOCKWORK KEY to open the box under Mr. Birdy. There are NUTS on the lid of the box. Take it. The nut There is a box with metal lid on the left of the hippo, partially obscured by a pillar. Open the box and take the BUCKET. Set the handle on the lid. Secure it with the NUTS and the WRENCH. Fill the BUCKET with hot sprin[...]



Comment on "Weekday Escape N°167"

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 16:48:31 -0500

My pleasure! Used to write occasional walkthroughs for fun in law school but it's been a while :) kudos to the JIG community for amazingly speedy solves then and now.

- vyrastra




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°167"

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 12:42:48 -0500

Thanks again for your hard work KK :)

- Paul




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°167"

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 11:49:45 -0500

This game is well worth your time. (More time puns coming up.) Escape from the Hourglass Room Time isn't running out, so take your time and you will escape in due time. Exploration You immediately spot two hourglasses. On the left shelf, there's an hourglass with white sand next to some books, one of which has a green spine that stands out but only a single flower symbol printed on its pages. On the right shelf, an hourglass with blue sand (and a black-colored base) rests on shelves that also contain four glasses with varying amounts of wine, and a locked compartment with a keyhole. The wall between them has a conspicuous rectangular outline, but no noticeable opening. Turn left to find the double doors letting daylight in, as well as a photo of grapes that's fixed to the wall by screws. Turn left to find a smaller door locked by a rectangular device on the wall that's screwed shut. On the right, there are slightly different shelves with a green-sand hourglass and a three-button safe which has its card suit buttons simply labeled KQJ. Turn left to find two more sets of wall shelves. On the right, there's one with a yellow-sand hourglass and a four-button safe where the buttons display purple stripes. On the left, there's another with four shut compartments, where each one except the middle is unlocked and contains a photo of scenery. Beneath it, there's another shelving display with eight large playing cards in photo frames. Grape Use the clue from the wineglasses to unlock the safe with striped buttons. Click the buttons 2, 1, 0, 3 times to match the levels in the wineglasses, and the door opens to reveal a weird device with colored squares and buttons. So you play around with it to get another clue. Face Use the clue from the framed playing cards to unlock the card suit box. The picture cards on display are King of Clubs, Queen of Hearts, Jack of Spades. So enter ♣♥♠ in the safe by clicking the buttons 3, 2, 1 times, and it opens up so you can take the key inside. Unlock Use the key to unlock the safe on the wineglass shelf. Inside, there's another safe with six colored buttons. Memory Use the clue from the colored square device to unlock this colored-buttons safe. The squares, when lit up, are Red(0) Blue(1) Blue(1) Yellow(2) Red(0) Yellow(2) so click the buttons that many times to open the box and get a weather note. Forecast Use the clue from the weather note to solve the puzzle with the photos. The photos are in the shelves above the playing card display, and display snowy, sunny and rainy weather. The weather icons on the note occur in groups: 1 rain, 2 sun, 3 rain, 4 sun, 5 snow. So open the RURUL compartments on the shelf to reveal matching photos, and the middle compartment opens up. Inside, there's an hourglass with red sand next to a clue involving rectangles, two of them marked with a flowery symbol and a red cross. Browse Follow the clue on the rectangle diagram to find a hidden treasure. The diagram suggests that you should look in the book four to the right of the flowery one. So click the third book from the right, pushing it in and opening up the hidden wall compartment. Inside, there's an ink splodge on the back and a nine-button safe with a clue written on its top. Bright Use the clue from the playing cards to unlock the nine-button safe. Each card is either red or [...]



Comment on "Weekday Escape N°167"

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 11:00:59 -0500

Vyrastra, thanks for the walkthrough to the new years game. I can't wait for the hourglass room walkthrough. Keep up the good work on them. :)

- Paul




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°167"

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 03:14:14 -0500

Escape New Year's Room - Walkthrough Exploration and initial collection Room 1 You’re in a cute room with pretty wallpaper (albeit an oddly large number of outdoor garden features indoors). Notice the following: Four banners on the wall, each in a different print, arranged at different heights Katana sword stuck into a stone flower. There are slots in each of 5 petals. Click to toggle through different letters (A, B, H, I, P, Q, Y, Z). One petal has an arrow pointing right. Door, currently locked. Tall Japanese stone toro lantern in the corner. Under the top part are three rings that can rotate, with marks (square, x-shaped star, triangle, diamond-shaped star, circle, snowflake-shaped star). Could some of these be shuriken throwing stars? Rice paper shoji wall panel, above another stone lantern (not clickable). 2018 appears in the middle pane, surrounded by 8 clickable panes (pawprint, sakura blossom, koma spinning top, coin). Stepping stones. Why are there garden-style stepping stones (tobi-ishi) indoors on a tiled floor? Click one of the stone paving tiles: it moves. Underneath is a clue: A->B, B->C, C->D... Room 2 More stepping stones lead to a dais against one wall. Notice: Stepping stones. Underneath 4th tile is a clue. "HAPPY" with arrow above H, pointing right. Red paper bag with a white, Japanese-calligraphy circle on it. It is locked with 3 white buttons, each showing 5 different kinds of brush stroke. Box with a festive half-red, half-gold bow. Six flowers are arranged around the bow, and are clickable to be different colors (red, white, black, gold). Fan-shaped wall decoration, showing 4 silhouettes of what looks like balls with tassels. Fan-shaped wall decoration, showing 4 silhouettes of rectangles, at different heights and clickable to show different patterns. Against the other wall, notice: Bamboo. On one side, a single stalk of bamboo. On the other side, a cluster of 4 bamboo stalks—notice anything unusual? Three throwing stars are stuck into the side of the bamboo. Red wooden pail. On it, around what looks like a central slot or paddle shape, are six koma spinning tops which change colors (red, yellow, green). Wooden bucket or table. On it are three different beverages (bottle, tall blue can, short red can) and a button by each, with digits 0-9. Hanging from a rack, 9 cards with pictures of cute dogs. But when you go to take a closer look, why does the zoomed view not let you see the entirety of all 9 cards? The zoomed view does show the red stamp in the lower left corner of each card: row 1 - sakura flower, pawprint, sakura flower; row 2 - top, 2018, coin; row 3 - top, pawprint, coin. Room 3 The whole corner is dominated by a large red Japanese torii gate. Notice: On the gate itself, circular symbols pointing different directions. Stone lions. What are they guarding? Each lion rotates, and the studs in the base change colors (red, white, black, in addition to stone grey). Wall decoration. A ring of 12 sakura flowers around a red and gold bow. On the altar under the torii gate, what looks like a tray on a wooden pedestal (with a keyhole), with a red-and-white paper streamer or garland. What could this be? Large chest in front of the gate (actually an incense burne[...]



Comment on "Weekday Escape N°167"

Wed, 10 Jan 2018 20:30:58 -0500

Anyone else having issues with Escape from the Hourglass Room? I get the arrows to click and sound and everything, but nothing else appears. The title screen's just a blank blue screen that glows white when I click it, and all the screens I go to are just one of 2 shades of blue.

And now I have Eiffel 65 stuck in my head. :[

- An Onyx Mouse




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°167"

Wed, 10 Jan 2018 17:11:35 -0500

awesome as usual kk :)

- Paul




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°167"

Wed, 10 Jan 2018 16:17:40 -0500

Basketball Game Exploration You start off in the middle of the basketball court, facing a backboard without a basket. A scoreboard on the left isn't working, and you can see a locker in the background with a three-color lock on the left door and a five-button lock (arranged in a star shape) on the right. Turn left to face the bleachers, where your red backpack is sealed with a three-digit lock, and some of the seating next to it is discolored. The windows above are screwed shut. Turn right twice to face the exit, which is locked and needs a four-digit code. The exit sign above it has some unusual lettering. To the left of the exit, there's a full paint can and a cupboard with a five-color lock on the left door and a two-button lock on the right. Red digits Use the clue from the exit door to unlock your bag. The clue in red on the sign reads 71×3, which works out to 213. So enter that in the bag, then open it and take the screwdriver from inside. Unscrew Use the screwdriver to unscrew the windows. You keep the screws, and get a view of six different-colored birds outside. Five colors Use the clue from the birds out the window to unlock the left cupboard door beside the exit. From left to right, the birds are yellow, blue, black, white, red, yellow. So click the 5th, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 1st, 5th buttons from the left and open the door to find a basket (hoop and net) and a paint roller. Paint Dip the roller in the paint can, coating it in a nice layer of brown paint. Where have you seen that exact shade of brown? Use the roller to paint over the gray patch next to the bag, revealing a clue with five pointy triangles. Isosceles Use the clue from the painted seat to unlock the right locker door behind the backboard. The triangles on the clue match the top, lower-left, left, lower-right, right buttons. So push those buttons and open the door to find a ladder. Fixup Place the ladder against the post supporting the backboard, and use the screws on the basket, then the basket on the backboard, then the screwdriver on the basket. Now that the basket's fixed, you can pick the ladder back up. Two buttons Use the clue from the ladder to unlock the right cupboard door beside the exit. The dirty footprints on the ladder are on the (from top to bottom) LRRLRL sides. So push those buttons, then open the door to find a crowbar and a deflated basketball. Leverage Use the crowbar on the other discolored area beside your bag, lifting the seat to find a translucent plastic sheet behind. Three colors Use the clue from the plastic sheet to unlock the left locker door behind the hoop. The sheet tells you how to combine some pairs of colors, and you've seen the same pairs of colors somewhere. Those colors match the birds in the windows, whose colors combine to form green, gray, orange. So push the buttons 4, 1, 5 times, then open the door to find a pump. Air Use the pump to inflate the ball. Then shoot the inflated ball through the hoop, and it vanishes. Turn away from the hoop and then back, and the scoreboard displays four digits in bright green. So enter that number (0517) in the exit door lock to unlock it and escape. - kktkkr[...]



Comment on "The Sky House"

Wed, 10 Jan 2018 12:58:21 -0500

The Flappy Bird-style jumping makes this game a literal pain to play. My final time was 2003 seconds, which means half an hour of button-mashing, and the final section with the screen shake and flashing really bugs my eyes.

Other than those issues, the game is well-designed, and the mechanics make even the most boring laser and spike traps seem fresh and challenging.

- kktkkr




Comment on "Tsure Game 10"

Wed, 10 Jan 2018 12:30:39 -0500

thanks for the walkthrough kk. can't wait for your next walkthrough for the next game.

- Paul




Comment on "the Peter Navarre Crecy Evaluation"

Wed, 10 Jan 2018 04:27:26 -0500

Interesting. Several items are completely optional, namely the:

  • Document

  • Photo

  • Key

- Hand-E-Food




Comment on "Tsure Game 10"

Tue, 09 Jan 2018 17:17:37 -0500

@Paul: the code is correct. You have to zoom in on the clue as far as possible for the game to count it as viewed.

- kktkkr




Comment on "Tsure Game 10"

Tue, 09 Jan 2018 16:22:43 -0500

first of all i'm guessing the post errors have been fixed now.
Anyway KK, i'm stuck on the walkthrough

according to what you said, if you go up against the back wall in the grave, I place the item in it and there will be 4 red spokes. you gave to ULDRU directions but when I do it, when I get back to U, it says to click the device then something will happen. I click the device and nothing happened.

Please help.

- Paul




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Comment on "Paletta"

Tue, 09 Jan 2018 07:55:08 -0500

Thanks for pointing that out; I've removed the browser tag.

- Arceus




Comment on "Tsure Game 10"

Tue, 09 Jan 2018 07:30:11 -0500

Tsure Game 10 Last we left off you were riding the air on a bike. So why's this statue pointing you off the edge? Exploration (The navigation in this game is confusing, but I'll try to lead you to all the puzzles in counterclockwise order.) Start the game and click the base of the statue to find an abstract diagram where three pentagrams on raised disks marked with golden beads comprise five triangular buttons each, and there's a rectangular button in the lower right. Move left to a screen where the ground slants downwards and a grave has a hole in its lower-left. An island in the distance has a funnel-shaped tower on it. Clicking the island gets you to a different view where a star-shaped device with a silvery pointer sits on a round metal plate and spins around when you click it while the soil in the middle rises and falls. Clicking the island again zooms you in further but gives you no new information, so back out and turn left to face two pedestals on either side of the paved road leading to a stone monument. The left pedestal has a sphere floating over it, and a six-slider puzzle next to a diagram with numbers. The right pedestal has a cube floating over it and a puzzle with ten buttons in three rows. Each of the floating objects levitates directly over a tiny hole in its pedestal. Walk up to the stone monument to find a weird hole in the middle, shaped like a seven-pointed star with a deeper hole in it. As you mouse around the screen, you find an arrow on the right that takes you to the side of the monument, and then you can walk around to the back to find another clue with a three-word phrase. You can also see another puzzle further back, but we'll come back to that later. Back out to the screen with both pedestals, and then turn left to face another one of those ground stars. Behind it on the right is a bronze cube that we've ignored so far, so zoom in on it to find a round disk with a sun symbol next to a hole from which irregularly spaced lines emanate and point towards roman numerals. Yes, it's a sundial missing its pointer, but what's this lighter-colored plate beside it that's held down by a metallic arm? Back out to the monument screen, and then take two steps back until the statue comes back into view. Then turn left to find an odd spiky island in the distance, and railings leading from the edge of this island down to a wooden cubicle. Of course there are stairs too, and the railings end dangerously just in front of the cubicle door, which is locked with a sun-shaped knob where only half the knob has sun rays pointing out of it. As you step away from the door you find arrows on the side of the screen that let you turn around to face the stairs. Do so, and you find a bag holding a bluish marble. In order to make the walkthrough easier to follow, you should turn around again. Walking backwards up the stairs, [...]



Comment on "Top 15 Games of the year 2017"

Tue, 09 Jan 2018 02:09:07 -0500

This is list of some really solid games! There are actually a few I don't think I've played yet. May have to check them out~

Though I must say personally that the Trader of Stories game is my favorite entry. I loved the first game, Bell's Heart, quite a bit already when it was on Pastel Games. But I really fell in love with the story and art when I played the later two games. Gorgeous art and an exciting, immersive story! If you're looking over the list and aren't familiar, that is one game I highly recommend!

- Dabsydoodle




Comment on "Sol705"

Sat, 06 Jan 2018 15:06:00 -0500

Hi there, thank you so much for all the votes!! And by the way I have some cool news for Iphone and Ipad users as the game is already available at the Appstore! So be my guests!

https://itunes.apple.com/ch/app/sol705/id1200701170?l=en&mt=8

- Patoland




Comment on "Paletta"

Fri, 05 Jan 2018 23:52:24 -0500

This game is tagged as "browser" and "flash", but then you say you have to download files? Change the tags, please! Those of us who don't have PCs can't play this, so those need to be taken off.

- dsrtrosy




Comment on "Monkey GO Happy Roundup 5"

Fri, 05 Jan 2018 17:20:03 -0500

Can't wait for the walkthrough. and sorry if I spammed last night. The posts weren't going through due to a publish error.

- Paul




Comment on "Sol705"

Fri, 05 Jan 2018 11:13:08 -0500

Hi again!! I'm really proud to let you know that the IOS version of the game (iPhone, iPad) is available from now one, please feel free to download and give your advice at the AppStore
thank you so much guys!

https://itunes.apple.com/ch/app/sol705/id1200701170?l=en&mt=8

- Patoland




Comment on "Monkey GO Happy Roundup 5"

Fri, 05 Jan 2018 09:05:20 -0500

Monkey GO Happy Roundup 5 (Stage 141–144) Stage 141: Snow Huts Exploration Your first game this week… er, fortnight, starts with you in front of a small hut locked with a sixteen-button lock and topped with a rock and Mini Monkey. There's a hiker who wants a pair of climbing boots, and another Mini Monkey in the lower-right corner. Go right to find a larger house with a hole in the door and six pegs on the walls around it. Pick up the string and Mini Monkey from the roof, and also the rock and Mini Monkey from the floor. Spot The lock on the small hut looks like it'll be impossible to solve without a clue. But there is one! Some of the buttons have more spots on them than the others, and those buttons stay down a little longer when pressed. Those buttons are in the -S-- ---S S--- --S- positions, so press them right after each other to open the door. Inside the hut, you find five circular sector buttons under a carved stone, with six markings on the sides. Pick up the peg from the floor and the 2 Mini Monkeys around the room. Unlock Use the peg on the door of the larger house, and then find a clue to unlock it. The markings on the sides of the smaller house have circles next to lines, indicating that each of the six outer pegs should be pushed all the way in. So do that by click each of them 4 times, and then push the central peg to open the door. Inside the house lit by two wall torches, you find a clue on the back, three holes on the walls, and a button on the top which isn't active. Pick up the rock, hammer and 2 Mini Monkeys from around the room. Essence Use the hammer to smash all three rocks (using the Combine Item feature), then use the gems from the broken rocks on the holes in the house, opening the shutter over the button. Pieces Use the clues throughout the game to make the button work. The clue on the back wall of the house is inverted. So to input the correct code in the hut, the buttons need to be pressed 4, 2, 3, 3, 2 times clockwise from the top. Similarly, the dots indicate that the pegs on each side of the house entrance should display 2, 3, 1 spaces from top to bottom (3, 2, 4 additional clicks from the innermost position). When both codes are correct, push the button and the clue slides away to reveal a pair of leather straps and a Mini Monkey. Combine the leather straps with the string to make boots for the hiker. As he jumps for joy in his new footwear, pick up the last Mini Monkey from his feet. The bonus clue from this stage is (pi symbol Π) = 4. Stage 142: Car Math Exploration A man stands under a tree with an equation etched in it and his hat on the top branch way out of r[...]



Comment on "Weekday Escape N°166 "

Thu, 04 Jan 2018 09:39:03 -0500

And here's the Amajeto walkthrough. Jigsaw Christmas You know how these games work, but this one has a few surprises up its sleeve. Exploration You start off facing a Christmas tree in front of the balcony door (locked) and window. Among the ornaments (and flashing star), you spot a tiny puzzle piece tied securely to the tree. Turn left to two armchairs on either side of a table with four unlit candles, a wrapped present next to a knitted snowman, and a puzzle piece. Above that, there are two framed photos. The right one has tilty corners, and the left one turns black when you zoom in, but you can click it to view another clue with a grid colored in four colors and five colored circles in a row below that. On the left side, several ornaments of different sizes hang on hooks with different colors, and there's a puzzle piece on them. Turn left to a screen with the exit door, where the wreath on the door has a puzzle piece resting in it. This screen also has the usual TV-and-cupboards combo, but the overhead cupboards don't open. Zoom in on each of the drawers (I'm calling them that) on the left and right sides. The left one has rectangular hole, and the right ones are locked with a four-color lock, a two-button lock and a four-digit lock. Under the TV, you can examine the piles of presents to find a puzzle piece on the right blue present. Turn left to a sofa with a jumbled picture above. On the left of the couch, there's a side table that's locked an requires a sequence of four colors to open. On the right, the other side table has a grid of square buttons that can be lit and unlit. Upright Rotate the (randomized) tiles on the picture so that their patterns join up. A compartment opens up so you can pick up a puzzle piece. Six colors Use the clue from the Christmas tree to unlock the top drawer to the right of the TV. The star on the tree flashes red, yellow, red, blue, red, green. So click the 121314 buttons on the drawer, then open it to find a puzzle piece. Four colors Use the clue from the hanging baubles to unlock the left side table. From smallest to largest, the baubles are yellow, blue, green, red. So click the buttons 4, 3, 1, 2 times, and open it to find a key and a puzzle piece. Winter Use the key to unlock the balcony door. Outside, you find a puzzle piece next to a red present. Four fours Use clues from a framed picture and around the room to unlock the right side table. The colors divide the large grid shown on the left framed picture into four smaller grids which match the (colors and) patterns on the wrapped presents. So combine those patterns as in the clue to find that the snowfl[...]



Comment on "Weekday Escape N°166 "

Thu, 04 Jan 2018 03:14:28 -0500

Ah yes, I forgot about the first season's greetings of 2018. Happy new year and a merry Christmas! Find the Escape-Men 185: Christmas 2017 It may still be a white Christmas, but this game may have you seeing green all over the place. (Change the language to English before you start.) Exploration You wake up trapped in a room where Santa('s figure) has a tweaky nose. He stands under a wreath with two bells that do nothing. Beside him, the main door has three small slots in red, blue and yellow, and then there's a light switch that you don't need to press yet. Stare at the wreath for about 8 seconds until an Escape-Man (#1) briefly pops up. Click the green dot on the wall above the door, which turns out to be another Escape-Man (#2). Turn left to find a Christmas tree and a very large bear with a black button for a nose. The tree shakes a little as you click it, but not much happens. But if you click 10 times, an Escape-Man (#3) flies out and lands on the floor! Look to the right of the tree's pot to find a folded note with symbols on it. Turn left to find a snowman (with a button on his nose), a table with a four-button safe on it, and a window that looks out into the night sky where some of the stars twinkle noticeably. You can look under the table on the left and right sides, but the faint white outline under the left side can't actually be picked up. Instead, you'll notice a tiny green dot near the top-left of the screen. So click it to find an Escape-Man (#4) clinging to a table leg. Turn left to a screen with a reindeer and its red, shiny nose (button). On the left, a capsule hangs from the ceiling but you can't open it by clicking. Dim Turn off the lights and have a look around the darkened room. Nothing changes except on the reindeer screen, where a string is now glowing in the dark. So pull that string, and a Merry Christmas scroll descends from the ceiling. Before you turn the lights back on, notice that the folded note now has a green arrow glowing on its back, and an extra clue on its front when you unfold it. Turn the lights on and examine it to find that you can flip its bottom over and there's an Escape-Man (#5) hiding behind. Combo Follow the clue on the folded note to unlock something. In the direction of the glowing arrow, the symbols are Reindeer (2), Bear (3), Snowman (3), Santa (2x2). So click the reindeer's nose twice, the bear's thrice, the snowman's thrice and then Santa's four times. An Escape-Man (#6) falls out of his beard! Blink Use the clue from the window to unlock the four-button safe. The topmost stars blink in order, indi[...]



Comment on "Weekday Escape N°166 "

Wed, 03 Jan 2018 20:36:54 -0500

Oooh,
the first Weekday Escape of 2018, yay! :D

Offtopic, but:
Happy new year to everybody! \(^_^)/

I hope we'll all enjoy many more great games here on JiG. Thanks so much for finding all this stuff and posting. It's sincerely appreciated and I'm really looking forward to seeing you guys around for another year :)

And now excuse me, I have some festive escaping to do... :D

- Nessi




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°166 "

Wed, 03 Jan 2018 17:36:55 -0500

thanks for the walkthrough to White Christmas,KK. Can't wait for the others.

- Paul




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°166 "

Wed, 03 Jan 2018 13:11:36 -0500

White Christmas Riddle Escape has prepared a very different yet rather familiar Christmas experience. If you're still in the Christmas spirit, this is definitely a game for you. Exploration You start off facing a window overlooking a snowy courtyard. The window has snowflake patterns on it, except for one of its panes. So step back into a red-bricked room, facing a locked door whose handle has two different-sized bells hanging from it and a string that suggests that one bell is missing. The window on the left is similar to the one you just saw, but the view and patterns are different. Turn right to find a table with four slices of cake on plates but only one different fork, and a safe with eight buttons that light up with candy cane symbols. The drawer of the table is missing a handle, and the cupboard above it is held shut by a wooden board screwed to both doors. On the right side of the room, a picture showing four lit candles of different heights is screwed to the wall, over a round wooden box on a round glass table. The box is locked and has a tiny hole in its top. Turn right to find a tall cupboard whose top doors are locked and need a key, and whose bottom doors have handles tied together. To the right of it on the same wall, there's a shelf with three empty wineglasses on four plates marked with card suits, and another shelf with three unlit candles in four candle holders beside a candle clue. Turn right to find a low white cupboard with three pairs of doors you can't open. The left pair has a snowflake engraved into one of its doors, the middle pair is missing its door handles, and the right pair is locked with a four-button device whose buttons flash snowflake symbols when pressed. On the cupboard, a four-digit safe has digits in different colors, and a cubical white safe has four diamond buttons that don't work and a rectangular indentation to the right of those buttons. Above the cupboard, there are three different-colored picture frames with different Christmassy symbols on starry backgrounds. Further to the right on the wall, there's a set of display shelves. Some of its compartments have upright candy canes in them, and some have numbered wrapped present boxes with black stripes on their lids. Grid Use the clue from the window decorations to unlock the right pair of doors on the white cupboard. The window panes with 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 snowflakes are on the UL LR UL UR LL corners of their respective (LRRRL) windows. So click the ⌜⌟ ⌜⌝ ⌞ buttons on the door lock to unlock it. Inside, there are starry party h[...]



Comment on "Top 15 Games of the year 2017"

Wed, 03 Jan 2018 10:21:27 -0500

This is a great list, and I'm excited to see it's not all escape games (and that the reviews have expanded a bit as well). Grad school has kept me pretty busy, but I'm so happy to see JiG is alive and well going in to the new year.

Happy 2018, everyone!

- dsrtrosy




Comment on "Top 15 Games of the year 2017"

Tue, 02 Jan 2018 09:35:41 -0500

I take over this review to wish a happy new year to everyone at JiG.

For those who are interested in how we made the list: we took the average rating of the games, the number of votes and look at the number of comments in order to appreciate the popularity of the game.

For sure a game with a rating of 4.8 is a good game but we need to ponderate with the number of votes.

For instance, Night in the woods ranked #2 has a 4.8 rating based on 26 votes while The Cave is close to 4.8 with 128 votes. So we found fair to rank it in first.

- Jeff




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Tue, 02 Jan 2018 09:28:00 -0500

Thank you Barbara, happy new year to you and everyone.

- Jeff




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Mon, 01 Jan 2018 09:48:39 -0500

Yay, a Minoto game! I missed the semi-regular Minoto games that appeared in Link Dump Friday. Ages ago, I tried to find more games at the Minoto site, but I couldn't find any of these brilliantly silly ones.

Thanks to kktkkr for all the great walkthroughs. This Minoto game was the only one in this set that I didn't need at least one hint for.

Happy New Year to everyone at JIG.

- barbara




Comment on "Dakota Winchester's Adventures Part 3"

Sat, 30 Dec 2017 09:20:03 -0500

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Comment on "Dakota Winchester's Adventures Part 2: Cactus City"

Sat, 30 Dec 2017 09:09:03 -0500

You forgot the lantern, so I'll tell you guys how to get it.

The pot of chili you got using the ad? Go to the train station and give it to the guy who is guarding the lantern. once he gets sick and leaves, take the lantern.

- aqua




Comment on "Sol705"

Fri, 29 Dec 2017 11:00:18 -0500

Hello there, some news concerning the Android version:

Be sure to install version 213 from Google Play Store, as some incompability issues has been resolved. Also the game now plays in widescreen for tablets and smartphones and a hint system added (press and hold somewhere in the screen to reveal hotspots).
Thank you so much!

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.myadv.game

- Patoland




Comment on "the Peter Navarre Crecy Evaluation"

Thu, 28 Dec 2017 16:43:57 -0500

Rather short but still just as enjoyable regardless! I love that it's themed around Covert Front! I wonder if we'll ever see more games related to that story? I loved them so much.

- Dabsydoodle




Comment on "The Battle of Polytopia"

Wed, 27 Dec 2017 09:41:25 -0500

Thanks for the feedback! I know its super late. I am Midjitoo - a new PR and communications manager working for Midjiwan, the creator of The Battle of Polytopia.

Midjiwan has worked a lot on eliminating bugs since last year so I'm happy to say that we're launching a. multiplayer update in the middle of January 2018. It will surely work better for you now :)

You will find updates here:

Instagram @Midjiwan
Twitter @Midjiwan
YouTube @Midjiwan
Wikia Fandom @Polytopia
Facebook @Polytopia

Keep playing, all the best things will come your way!
/Midjitoo

- Midjitoo




Comment on "The Battle of Polytopia"

Wed, 27 Dec 2017 09:38:13 -0500

Thanks for the hands up!
Very sorry about the super late reply - I am Midjitoo, a new PR and Communications manager at Midjiwan, the creator of The Battle of Polytopia.
Glad to share the news that Polytopia will be launched as multiplayer cross platform in the middle of January 2018.

Instagram @Midjiwan
Twitter @Midjiwan
YouTube @Midjiwan
Wikia Fandom @Polytopia
Facebook @Polytopia

Keep playing and good things will come your way!

/Midjitoo

- Midjitoo




Comment on "K's Villa Room Escape"

Mon, 25 Dec 2017 22:10:43 -0500

4red3s, have you tried playing these? Unity works in most modern browsers without having to install anything special. If it looks like nothing is happening it may just be loading, so give it some time.

- shockthetoast




Comment on "the Peter Navarre Crecy Evaluation"

Mon, 25 Dec 2017 20:33:33 -0500

The Phenomenon, I just played through the game on a 3000x2000 display without a single blur in sight. I'm not sure he's not using vector, as GameMaker does have limited vector support. Perhaps GameMaker isn't playing well with your graphics card.

Also, playing windowed was a purposeful limitation of his previous games, as you could pay to purchase the full screen versions.

Here's the opening from this game running on my system, which should be spoiler-free for anyone interested:
https://imgur.com/gallery/OIYdx

- shockthetoast




Comment on "the Peter Navarre Crecy Evaluation"

Mon, 25 Dec 2017 07:15:34 -0500

"it's a pleasure to play it in full screen - much better experience than playing in small window"

What!? The Flash games were made with vectors. They could be resized indefinitely without ever loosing quality or requiring 50MB of file size like this game does. You could right click and choose zoom in to confirm that, and appreciate the very little details. It was just the authors fault for locking the SWF dimensions in place instead of letting the game grow with the window. Now with the new platform, the graphics are slightly blurry instead. It's a DOWNGRADE!

Look at the old graphics from Covert Front 4:
https://imgur.com/a/4a2O8
How do the new blurry graphics beat THAT?

- The Phenomenon




Comment on "Support"

Sun, 24 Dec 2017 22:32:16 -0500

Jayyl, or whoevber ios seeing this. for the last few days someone named Games Ze posts spam on multiple games with the same stuff. Please remove the user. Thanks.

- Paul




Comment on "Support"

Sun, 24 Dec 2017 18:30:02 -0500

A user is spamming the comments on multiple games with the same message every time.

- Cyberjar88




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Sat, 23 Dec 2017 15:59:53 -0500

@Paul: Thank you too for all the comments and feedback. Don't worry too much about the spam, since JIG is usually quite good at removing it.

To everyone reading the comments and walkthroughs: have a merry Christmas!

- kktkkr




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Sat, 23 Dec 2017 12:28:56 -0500

Thanks kk. As always you are a cool guy for providing these walkthroughs for us. Also,i'm still seeing occasional spam posts from the idiot. someone needs to ban this guy, Thanks.

- Paul




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Sat, 23 Dec 2017 01:55:51 -0500

This last walkthrough is awfully alliterative at parts to parallel peculiar puzzles. Santa Hair Santa's hair has turned naughty again, and it's up to this team of three animals to save Christmas. Probe (Exploration) A bouncy white car is held up by three cars in the road, overlooked by an empty tripod and bird's nest up on the tree. Pick up the trim scissors from the lower left of the grass. Move right to find a pink unbloomed flower surrounded by four eggs that you can hatch and unhatch. A little bonsai tree sits on a table in the open. Move right to find Santa sleeping on a hammock next to his favorite Weekly Engine Maker (collect issues to complete a thing!) and a clogged tap that makes water spew out of a pipe nearby. The monkey doesn't care because he's happy taking pictures in his inflatable raft. Move right to find four windows and three chairs, a crab seated, a crime scene, a colored stack of blocks. You can see a book somewhere in there, but you're not authorized to access that content. Pare Shear the bonsai down to form a hammer-shaped katamari, or leaf clump. Pound Then hammer the daruma tower down. That last block didn't fly far, because it's a roll of waterproof tape. Press Tape up the leaky pipe, and the water forces out a red lamp. Pass So attach the beacon to the white car, and the other cars make way for it. Follow it to the next screen where a fox policeman comes out of the car. Permit Use the policeman to retrieve the other issue of Weekly Engine Maker behind the caution tape. Peace Open up the magazines to get 2 machine parts. Then combine them to get an engine with propeller. Pedal Propel the boat out to sea leaving the monkey and camera on the beach. Peek Place the camera on the tripod to takes a photograph of the bird's nest. Pop Following the photo clue, click the left and right eggs to hatch them. Then click the flower, which blooms to give you an alarm clock. Perk Use the alarm clock to wake Santa. Peel Lift Santa's hat to find that his beautiful bushy beard is[...]



Comment on "Quidget the Wonderwiener"

Fri, 22 Dec 2017 23:05:39 -0500

Beatrize seems nice but I'm a bit more interested in that buff, blue Frankenstein's Monster-ish figure myself.

- quimeshine




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Fri, 22 Dec 2017 17:22:33 -0500

again thanks KK. Can't wait for the last one

- Paul




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Fri, 22 Dec 2017 12:50:21 -0500

Sometimes you don't really want a Christmas party with your escape, just a little time close to nature. Esklavos has you covered! Magic Christmas Escape Creepy forest, spooky creepy forest, festive spooky creepy forest… Exploration An elf finds you in the great forest and tells you to meet the great tree to escape. Click him again, and he asks you to search for a ring. But first, you need to pick up an arrow from the bird's perch on the left, and check out the yellow tulip held fast to the ground below, and examine the sign in the lower-left and the puzzle on the right involving ten different-colored stones arranged in a circle. Move right to a screen where an archery target has an arrow lodged in it, and an old tree snores at you. Also note the flower with a lock on the left which looks like an elven chest, and the pedestal on the right which looks like an elven gemstone base. Move right to an impressive great tree which seems to hide an ancient portal. In front of it are four identical empty gift boxes with magically hovering lids, and a sign on the left informs you that you need "four elven dolls for children". Read the other clues on the sign, and pick up the arrow hidden beneath. Move right to find a female elf who likes flowers. Pick up the 2 arrows on the left and right trees, as well as the key and ring on the stalk that supports a candle. Also untie the rope around the lower side of that stalk. Game of Threes Use the clue from the elven present sign to solve the puzzle with ten stones. Colorblind help: The stones on the sign have red, red, red, red, white, green, blue, gray, yellow, black dots. The stones in the puzzle have (clockwise from top) black, white, red, red, red, yellow, green, blue, red, gray dots. You might remember a similar puzzle from Robot Nest Escape (WE N°134). Each pair of stones will connect when they're close enough, and the sign says that all four red stones should have three connections each, the white stone should have on[...]



Comment on "On The Run"

Fri, 22 Dec 2017 04:38:16 -0500

I like this game,i am playing in some time i also enjoyed in which level i have to choose,this game is very good,thank u for sharing

- HACCP in Bahrain




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 22:33:06 -0500

can't wait for the last 2 :)

- Paul




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 22:32:03 -0500

Thanks again KK.

- Paul




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 20:39:48 -0500

Power of Posting. Had to click on the skip button at the top right of the page.

- Cyberjar88




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 20:38:39 -0500

I'm not getting a game when I click on the White Christmas link. All I get is a YouTube video.

- Cyberjar88




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 20:33:36 -0500

Neat Christmas Escape You can't have a nice Christmas party without exploring every last room of your friend's house in an attempt to escape. (Change your language to English before you start, and don't forget that the save button is in the Config menu.) Exploration The first screen has stairs that go up, but let's not do that yet. Look in the Christmas tree pot to find a present. You can't unwrap it, but you can remove the ribbon from it. You can turn around to face the main door, but of course, it's locked. Move forward toward the white couches that face a television set. Search beneath the couch cushions to find a box of matches, and examine the framed pictures on the right wall, which have two Christmasy photos in sepia colors with digits hidden in their backgrounds. On the coffee table, there's a four-digit safe marked PM24. Look beneath the TV to find a remote control with both batteries intact, but it doesn't work on the TV. Finally, click on the fireplace in the distance to find a reddish turkey and no logs. From the couch screen, click on the kitchen counter to zoom in on it. Here, there's a box with four colored buttons, a tray with an empty plate and wine, and an interesting door in the background. So click on that door, and it opens into a tiny room with a locked metal door on the left through which sunlight filters. (Back out once and) click to the right of that metal door to find another door that opens into the toilet. The toilet is quite ordinary, though you can open the lid for some reason. Looking above it, you find a shelf with five extra rolls of paper, and a locked box with six buttons arranged in a rectangular grid, each cycling through nine symbols when clicked. Back out thrice to the kitchen screen, then click the shaded wall to the left for a shortcut to the first screen. Now climb the [...]



Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 15:55:12 -0500

can't wait for the remaining 3walkthroughs :)

- Paul




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 13:44:17 -0500

Thanks for that walkthrough KK. Regarding the 2nd ending, at least for me

you said to save the game the game then get the ending then reload. After that when I go to the slot machine as stated, I got no flashing light. I put the coin in and didnlt spin and saved again and reloaded and the light did flash. Perhaps you have to dio that before it happens. maybe i'm wrong though.

- Paul




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Thu, 21 Dec 2017 02:44:41 -0500

Aries Escape No. 22: X'mas 2016 Anyone wish it was 2016 all over again? No? (Change the language to English before you start.) Exploration The game throws you right into the bar with no introduction and nothing but a stylish red-and-black dress. Bar Aries is almost exactly as you left it last Christmas (in 2015), with some very minor improvements to the decor. For starters, there are now colorful garlands over the windows, and each table has its own pastel color top. The umbrella holder now hides a light blue compartment which you need to pry open. Check each table to the right. The light green one has a coin on the back of the napkin holder. The lilac (pinkish) one has a four-digit safe. The yellow one also has a napkin holder that you can examine, and if you turn that around you'll find a clue with a letter R on a spade suit. Turn right to examine the blue table, which has a device labeled "Fortune" with a coin slot and four unlit displays. Next to the table, there's a slot machine and a pinball machine, each requiring a coin to operate. Remembering your previous experience here, you look to the left side of the slot machine by clicking the arrow that appears when you zoom in, and find a clue with a letter E on a heart suit. (I managed to glitch out the game and get stuck here, so you probably shouldn't stare at this clue for too long.) Turn right to face the Christmas tree with various colorful bauble ornaments. Zoom in on it, and then zoom in on the safe on the wall behind, which has four buttons marked with triangles, and a wire running out of the bottom. You can also examine the bar counter, which has a blocky Santa figurine holding a coin, a stack of three plates(?) in the middle which hides another coin, and a three-dig[...]



Comment on "Quidget the Wonderwiener"

Wed, 20 Dec 2017 23:22:32 -0500

While I love JiG is getting updates, I think a warning about the creators Itch.io page is warranted. When you browse the creators itch.io page, it links to their Patreon page but also their own author/creator page where it's revealed they're developing 'adult' games and this has a pay version which includes uncensored imagery and a lot more crude scenes.

Just a heads up to the readers.

- Actshalee




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Wed, 20 Dec 2017 18:59:36 -0500

loved the first game, although it was short. Can't wait for the other 4.

- Paul




Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Wed, 20 Dec 2017 18:30:27 -0500

The game may seem simple and unpolished, but it's well worth a play for its bonus ending! White Christmas Why would you want to escape when you can sit by the fire and hum your own tunes? Exploration You start off facing a fireplace with a tiny metal rod to the left. Examining the rod with About Item, you realize that it looks like a screwdriver tip. Turn left to find a locked door with a wreath on it, and then zoom in on the Christmas tree to find a key that's tied tightly to it, as well as a candle ornament that you can pick up… and then examine to find a faint line across the middle, and then click on just above the line to get some sort of holder with a small round hole. Turn left to find a snowman (fake, of course) with a glove you can borrow, and a cupboard, both doors of which are locked by a single three-digit lock. Turn left to find an empty table and a window looking out onto the snow. But if you look closely at the window, (the snow stops and) you'll notice that it's screwed shut by a small metal plate in the middle. Unscrew Assemble the screwdriver by using the tip (metal rod) on the handle (bottom half of candle), and then use it to unscrew the metal plate and open the window. As the cold breeze rushes in, you notice a thick layer of snow on the outside windowsill, too cold to handle. Sweep Use your glove to clear the snow off the windowsill and find a three-digit code written underneath. You shape the snow into a snowball. So enter that code (374) in the cupboard, and click the small button next to the last digit to unlock it. Open the left door to find a pair of scissors, then open the right door to find a slice of cak[...]



Comment on "Weekday Escape N°165 - Christmas Special"

Wed, 20 Dec 2017 17:09:53 -0500

Hmm, I got to the ending with the pink box in White Christmas, but I couldn't do anything with it. >_

- Bliznik




Comment on "Monkey GO Happy -Cabin Escape"

Wed, 20 Dec 2017 15:49:17 -0500

nice game

- al3ab-banat01




Comment on "Monkey GO Happy Roundup 4"

Wed, 20 Dec 2017 05:11:26 -0500

Monkey GO Happy Roundup 4 (Stage 137–140) Stage 137: Raspberry Trip Exploration This week, your first screen is a steep slope with a clue scratched in the wall and a house in the distance. Click each of the round bushes and the cloud over the house, then pick up the 6 pieces of candy and 2 Mini Monkeys around the screen. Enter the house to find the same symbols scratched on the walls over a diamond-shaped hole. Pick up the candy in the lower right. Climb down the hill where a car is waiting for you to leave (but you're not ready). Click the cloud and bushes, and pick up all 5 candy pieces and 2 Mini Monkeys. Enter the mushroom-shaped house to find a wall decorated with letter and color clues and diamond-shaped spinny buttons. Pick up the piece of candy and chocolate ball from the corners. Climb the hill to the top to find a bear who's looking for twenty pieces of candy, and will trade you some sort of red bag for it. Pick up the candy stick leaning against the outside of the lighthouse, then click the clouds and bush, and then pick up all 5 candy pieces and 2 Mini Monkeys. Enter the lighthouse to find a safe with six colored lights above six buttons, as well as a girl who's crying. Pick up the Mini Monkey at the lower left. Sweeten Combine the candy stick and chocolate ball (using the Combine Items button in your inventory), then give the chocolate ball on stick to the girl. She cheers up and walks away so you can get a piece of candy. Color coded Use the color clue from the house at the base of the hill to unlock the safe in the lighthouse. The circl[...]



Comment on "Cat Walk Once"

Wed, 20 Dec 2017 04:54:08 -0500

We have permission. I will try to fix what happened.

- Jeff




Comment on "Cat Walk Once"

Wed, 20 Dec 2017 01:19:03 -0500

Hey, I tried to play this game (at this site) but it's giving me an error message telling me that someone copied the game without permission and that I should either click anywhere or copy the URL. But when I click, it opens a new window with the same URL and the same error message.

- quing




Comment on "Monkey GO Happy Roundup 4"

Tue, 19 Dec 2017 13:54:41 -0500

Can't wait for the walkthrough.

- Paul




Comment on "Learn to Fly 3"

Tue, 19 Dec 2017 10:59:44 -0500

Clever options, but too many. It becomes a thing of rote repetition to just jump, get money, upgrade, and hope for better results the next time.

- العاب جي







Comment on "Virtual Villagers: Origins"

Tue, 19 Dec 2017 10:56:31 -0500

Why is it that my 2 nursing lady keep on stuck at 120 min and did not have the children yet? I finished the lagoon already

- العاب جي




Comment on "N"

Tue, 19 Dec 2017 10:52:25 -0500

HELP!!!! how do you beat episode 45

- العاب جي




Comment on "K's Villa Room Escape"

Tue, 19 Dec 2017 09:56:31 -0500

It's a shame that so many games are going to something called Unity. I don't know what that is and therefore cannot play these games.

- 4red3s