White Chamber


White ChamberWhile making my daily rounds I discovered a new link on the Fasco-cs website that has been host to Toshimitsu Takagi-san's Crimson Room and Viridian Room games since early 2004. Those two games were among the very first escape-the-room games to appear on the Web and, due to their popularity, a new genre of Flash-based casual Web games emerged.

Today a brand new game has been released called the White Chamber, an escape-the-room game with much the same look-and-feel as the Viridian Room before it.

From the Fasco-cs website:

"WHITE CHAMBER is an interactive game that you escape from by finding, using, and combining items you find in this room. You only have to click the right places on the screen. Using the graphics, the sounds, and the responses as clues, you are to escape with your idea and your inspiration."

That sums them all up fairly well. The items that must be found are in all corners of the room, and even in places you cannot see nor even access at first. Items can be examined in your inventory by clicking the item and then clicking the "i" tab that appears next to it. When you want to use an item, simply click on the item in your inventory, and then click on the place you want to use it. Be sure to look at the room from all angles. Although there are only 4 walls to the room, there are many more times that in perspectives that exist.

Upon a successful escape, you are rewarded with a special ending scene with credits similar to the authors previous games. Also, upon finishing, you will be given the opportunity to leave your name and a comment among those who also have finished.

Besides the opening and closing credit music, the sound in the game seems to have been taken directly from the Viridian Room. Although this is not necessarily a negative, it would have been nice to have given this game a fresh set of sound effects to go with its fresh music tracks.

And there is not much in the way of a narrative here as there was in the Viridian Room. After having escaped we still know nothing about the person who owned the bike or why she was locked in the room.

Still, it's yet another excellent puzzle game in Takagi-san's famous escape-the-room series, a fun casual Web game for people of all ages, and one that provides a decent challenge for even the sharpest puzzle-minded peeps. Click.

Walkthrough Guide


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Complete Walkthrough:

  1. When you start, you should see a motorcycle on your left, a dustbox/wastebasket in front of you, and a tinted window on your right. Click on the dustbox to examine its interior, and then click on the "tiny, blocky things" inside to take them.

  • Click on the shelf above the tinted window to see if anything is there. Take the remote control sitting there.

  • Head right until you see a poster on the wall. Click on the poster to examine it more closely - you'll see a little red square near the top (right above where it says "hint" if you can read katakana). Click on the red square to receive the red memory chip.

  • Head right again, and you'll see something that looks like a silver box on the wall in front of you, and a worktable to your right. Click on the manual sitting on top of the worktable. You can keep clicking on it to cycle through the pages, to gain hints about what you're supposed to do. When you get to the final page, a torn slip of paper with morse code markings will fly out onto the table - take it.

  • Click on the area underneath the table to examine its underside. There are 3 items you should take here: a yellow mount (on the floor), the steel stick hanging on one of the table's legs, and then the brass hook that the steel stick was hanging from.

  • Head right until you see the teal-colored, steel door in front of you. If you look carefully at the grey ledge above the door, you should see a black dot sitting on top of it, a little over to the right side. Click on the dot to zoom in, and click on the black motorcycle key to take it.

  • Head right again and you'll see the motorcycle directly in front of you. Click on the bottom region of the center of the motorcycle to zoom in on that section, and you'll see a yellow square sitting there - click on it to receive the yellow memory chip.

  • Click on the passenger (rear) seat of the motorcycle to zoom in on that section. You'll see a slot for a key right below the seat; use the black motorcycle key on the slot. The seat will pop up, revealing a wrench underneath - take it.

  • Click on the rear wheel of the motorcycle, and then click on the space just above the rear wheel on the next screen, and you'll find yourself on the other side of the motorcycle. Click on the tiny key on the ground to take it.

  • Click on the top part of the screen to examine the control panel on the motorcycle. You'll see five colored buttons on the panel, but nothing will happen if you click on them now. Just above the yellow button is the ignition slot - insert the motorcycle key into the ignition.

  • Make your way to the right until you see "the door that never opens" in front of you (it's the one to the right of the tinted window). Click on the area above it to examine the ceiling. There's a piece of paper on the ceiling, but it's too high for you to reach it normally - use the steel stick that you found underneath the worktable to take it. The two torn pieces of paper will automatically fuse together in your inventory. If you examine the paper, you'll notice that there are 26 sets of morse code - one set for each letter of the alphabet. A through M are listed in the left column (top to bottom, in alphabetical order), and N through Z are listed in the right column.

  • Head back to the screen with the silver box on the wall, and then click on the top part of the screen to look up at the ceiling. You'll see another box attached to the same power line: a yellow and silver one. Click on it to zoom in, and you'll see another keyhole. Insert the tiny, silver key that you found behind the motorcycle to activate the power.

  • Now, if you return to the silver box below, you'll find that you can open it by clicking on it. Doing so reveals two buttons: a blue one on the left and a red one on the right. A little experimentation will reveal that pressing the blue button will result in a "dot" appearing, and pressing the red button will result in a "dash" appearing. Once you enter a combination of buttons, the machine will process the symbols from left to right; each "dot" yields a short sound and each "dash" yields a long sound.

  • In case you didn't realize it by now, this box is asking for a password, but you're required to enter it in morse code. If you go down the list on the paper that you have in your inventory, eventually you'll discover what the password is - each time you uncover a correct letter, it will show up in the top-left corner of the box, in green text.

  • The password here is "OPEN." The button sequences, in order, are: red-red-red; blue-red-red-blue; blue; and red-blue.

  • After inputting the password, the buttons will dissappear, leaving only the word "OPEN" visible. Click on the word to close the box completely. You'll see a blue door magically appear to the left of the silver box.

  • Click on the blue door to zoom in, and then click on it again to open it, revealing a closet of sorts. You'll see a blue memory chip on the top shelf inside - take it.

  • Now it's time to put all those memory chips to good use. Click on the remote control in your inventory and then click on the "i" bubble to examine it closely. Click on the space around the perimeter of the remote control to flip it over, revealing four square indentations on its underside. If you look at the indentations, you can see that one of them has a blue line, one has a yellow line, one has a red line, and one has both a grey line and a purple line. Click on each of the memory chips in your inventory to insert them into the remote control, and then click on the grey memory chip to the bottom-left of the remote control to insert that one as well. Then close the inventory screen.

  • Click anywhere inside the closet to close the door. You'll see that the remote control appears, automatically pointing at the door (if it's not, you just click on the remote control in your inventory while looking at the door to bring you to this step). Press the large purple button on the remote, and you'll see the blinking light on the remote change from grey to blue.

  • Click on the door again to open it, and take the headlight on the top shelf. Close the door again. Press the button on the remote again, and the light will change from blue to red.

  • Click on the door again to open it, and take the binoculars on the top shelf. Close the door again. Press the button on the remote again, and the light will change from red to yellow.

  • Click on the door again to open it, and take the mirror from the bottom shelf. Close the door again. That's it for now, but you'll return here shortly.

  • Go back to the motorcycle, and click on the front wheel to zoom in. Click on the top part of the screen to focus on the front section of the bike - you'll see a yellow strip of metal with a hole in it near the top. Click on the mount in your inventory, and the wrench will automatically pop up. Click on the yellow strip to attach the mount to the bike.

  • Click on the headlight that you found in the closet, and the wrench will pop up automatically again. Click on the mount you just attached to affix the headlight. Since you turned on the motorcycle's power already, the headlight should be on.

  • Head back to the screen with the teal-colored steel door. Just to the right of the door, where the headlight is shining, there's a little black dot. Click on the dot to zoom in. If you click on the dot again, you'll learn that it's a hole in the wall. Insert the brass hook from your inventory into the hole.

  • Hang the mirror that you found in the closet from the brass hook. This will reflect the light shining from the motorcycle back towards the tinted window, allowing you to see inside.

  • If you go back to the screen with the tinted window and click on it, you'll look inside the now-lit room. There's a car in front of you, but more importantly, there's something on the wall to the left of it. It's too far away to examine normally, but using the binoculars will reveal a randomly-generated, 6-digit code. Make note of this number sequence.

  • Go back to the control panel with the colored buttons on the motorcycle (if you're looking directly at the bike, clicking on "YAMAHA" will take you to the control panel). You'll notice that each one of the colored buttons corresponds to a number: green = 1, red = 2, yellow = 3, blue = 4, and orange = 5. But where's the sixth button?

  • Click on the right handle to see the cleverly-hidden sixth (purple) button. Now that you know where all six buttons are, press the buttons in the order shown on the far wall in the room with the car in it. For example, if the code read "252316," then you would press the buttons in this sequence: red-orange-red-yellow-green-purple. You'll get a message that the engine doesn't start, but you'll also hear something being opened or unlocked.

  • Head around to the other side of the motorcycle again, but this time, check out the front tire. From the screen with the sixth (purple) button showing on the motorcycle's handle, click on the top-right part of the screen, and then the space just above the front wheel on the next screen. You'll see a clamp attached to the front wheel, with six colored squares on it. Clicking on the clamp will zoom in on it. Clicking on it one last time will move it out of the way, revealing a purple memory chip - take it.

  • Examine the underside of the remote control in your inventory again, and swap the grey memory chip for the purple chip that you just found. Head back to the closet, and keep pressing the purple button on the remote control until the blinking light changes to purple. Open the door to reveal a yellow panel with a blue button, and then click on the panel to zoom in.

  • Now it's time to put those purple blocks that you found in the dustbox to use. Clicking in the blocks in your inventory while looking at the panel will make them appear onscreeen. You'll notice that only two blocks will appear at once in the bottom-right corner: the left block has a "dash" groove in it, and the right block has a "dot" groove in it. You can click-and-drag a maximum of four blocks onto the yellow panel, and then press the blue button to have the machine process them...does this sound familiar to something you already did?

  • This is another panel asking for a password in morse code. Again, if you go down the list on the paper that you have in your inventory, eventually you'll discover what the password is - each time you uncover a correct letter, it will show up below the yellow panel, in red text.

  • The password here is "HELP." The button sequences, in order, are: right-right-right-right (....); right (.); right-left-right-right (.-..); and right-left-left-right (.--.).

  • After inputting the correct password, the panel and button will begin to flash. Click on the button to retract the yellow panel, revealing a golden key.

  • Examining the key will indicate that it is used for the motorcycle. Head back to the control panel on the motorcycle, remove the black motorcycle key from the ignition, and insert the golden key in its place. Then, press the purple button on the right handlebar to start the motorcycle up. The motorcycle will rev up and crash into the teal-colored steel door, providing an exit. Congratulations, you've just escaped from the White Chamber!

  • 494 Comments

    w00t! This is what I've been waiting for ever since I *finished* (read as "found a walkthrough for) the Viridian Room!!! But I thought there was meant to be a game called the Pink Prison...I never really liked pink though so I'm not complaining. :P The motorbike is intriguing...

    Sorry for double posting, but I just had to say...
    Oh dear god, the music is so funky :D
    Quite proud of myself, but its a lot easier than the past games, possibly a little treat for christmas?

    What? Claire, did you finish it in 4 minutes?

    I'm still trying to figure out what all the different colored buttons mean.

    Nope, I meant I could actually find stuff without people telling me :P I'm still on the bike thing too.

    LOL - complete with in-game advertising. If you click on the poster on the wall, an ad pops up.

    ...except it's all in Japanese.

    So you are talking about www.takagism.net, not about the game it self?

    Well, it's not really an ad.
    I can read Japanese (well, it's kind of my job--I'm a translator between ENJP), and it appears to be a place where you can get hints.

    Oh, I'm on the motorbike too... I've found quite a lot of items, now what do I do with them?

    Amor Lassie - if you are having trouble getting to the game with the links above, try typing the game's URL directly in the address bar of your browser...

    http://www.fasco-csc.com/works/white/white_e.php

    I'm a bit rusty on my morse code, but is it (roughly)

    the alphabet, missing a few letters?

    Hints?!?! Where???

    Thank you Jay, that was the problem.

    This is gonna drive me crazy over christmas...

    Yes, the morse code on the paper is only the letters J,K,L,M and S through Z.

    And what is up with the "Keyword:____" under the poster?

    Christmas?? I'm not going to sleep until I solve this one. hahaha

    Well, missing a few letters until you find the other half ;)

    Oh, and the hints are no only in Japanese, but you have to pay for them...

    Ha! just found the other half. ;)

    lol Jay!

    haha, so has anyone found the other half of the sheet???

    Am I the only one who can't play? It says "coming soon!!!" or "not found".

    Damn you, Jay :P

    Gohst - read my comment above about entering the URL directly in the address bar of your browser.

    Yes, Clairey, I found the other half. Now I have the complete Morse code, though I didn't need the sheet to know what it was. =p

    Are you feeling in a hinting mood, jay? ;)

    ah, i can't get into the game... even when i type type URL in directly... any ideas anyone????

    For the other half of the paper? Sure...

    You'll need something long to reach it

    Okay, so I think I'm at the end, but the screen appears stuck...

    Kinda confused...

    My guess is that the game is not completely ready to go live, which is why the links are not working yet on the site. I imagine we're playing in beta test mode, and so the ending of the game may not be hooked in yet?

    Hmmm... I guess he didn't expect crazies like us to be up so late and solve it so fast...

    Even though it is only 7pm in Japan ;)

    I did tell you that I only 'discovered' the URL that we're playing on based on the URLs of the other two games, didn't I? =p

    And now it looks like they've moved things around again. sigh.

    Well, it does look nearly finished. It shouldn't be long before they get it together.

    Hang on, how do you get the light down?I've tried using the "long and thin steel stick"

    Okay, I'm getting a 404 now after I closed and tried to do it again.

    BUT! I think I still get credit for being (one of) the first to solve it :)

    Please help me! I really want to play this game but can't get into it!!!! Is there any other way to access it as the link doesn't work and neither does typing the URL into the address bar....

    For those of you who are trying to play:

    I was just in playing and got to the end, but then closed the window because it wouldn't progress to the ending sequence.

    It's probably been taken down for a little while while the kinks are sorted out. Those that are playing it right now probably were able to log in before it was taken down.
    Just be patient, it'll be back up soon enough.

    I still can't get through. I even tried (shudder) IE. Oh well. Bums to me.

    Ok wow, um....am I a total dumbass or what? I can't get the game to start! I've used the pictures, copied-and-pasted Jay's provided link, and even used the other games in an attempt to discover a DIFFERENT link. WHY isn't this working for me?

    Sorry to get your hopes up, but I believe it's just as kokuou said... the game isn't quite ready yet.

    Keep checking back. The image says 12-20 OPEN, so that must mean they will open the floodgates sometime today.

    Well, technically they've only got 4h 35m if they are going to make it open for 12/20, but who's counting? ;)

    :) i did this one all by myself, and it didn't take me forever!!!

    LOL: "the dust box is empty"

    Argh. So easy, huh? Well, I'm having difficulty finishing it myself. I can't seem to find the light, and I don't know what the "keyword" is, and I have no idea the sequence to push the blue and red buttons, and I don't know how to unlock the bike, and I haven't found the blue or purple chips yet.

    well, the light is

    above the garage door, just having immense trouble getting it down :)

    The bike thing is also bugging me, but what do you mean by the red and blue buttons?

    Here's a mini-hint while I wait for it to come back :)

    Try pushing the blue and red buttons and then waiting.

    To get to the red and blue buttons:

    You need to have found the key that starts the yellow generator

    I have many times, kokuou. I realize they emit morse code, but I have found nothing to provide me with a clue as to what order I should push them in.

    Hmph, the site is 404'd right now. Can't wait to play it. BTW, Jay, I think the first "escape the room" game was MOTAS.

    Well, then you could try

    going through the alphabet. ;)

    Jay, about the blue and red buttons

    the sheet links in...how long are the individual beeps?

    Oye, that just seemed way to labor-intensive for me to consider. But I'll try it.

    And you may be right, Popsman. I'll change my wording a little to allow for that ;)

    what would you want to do to, say, a door?

    It's back up!!

    I got it. Only after making it more than half way through the alphabet did I discover something. ;)

    Thanks. =D

    All human errors are impatience... (Kafkamesto)

    I tried to open: http://www.fasco-csc.com/works/white/white_e.php

    but this is what I got:
    Parse error: parse error, unexpected '?' in /home/web/public_html/works/white/white_e.php on line 248

    Sounds to me like they are in the process of plugging it in. =)

    A parse error in the PHP script is a minor problem that should be fixed easily.

    any progress on getting the light down?

    YES! I am escapee number 4! :D

    Claire - I don't see any light that will fit on the front of the bike. The only lights I see are fluorescent light fixtures.

    Help us kokuou!

    I am ready to give up.

    Congratulations kokuou :)

    I haven't even started yet since I missed the previous chance to download it :(

    Have you tried

    aiming the remote control at the door?

    Well that would require having all the chips for it, wouldn't it? =P

    Yup...and pressing the big button, then it makes a *wooosssh* kinda sound...then...I open the door and nothing happens.

    I haven't found the purple chip. Does it have something to do with the pile of purple bricks I have done nothing with?

    Ok, thats probably cos I don't have the chips then :P
    I've got the purple blocks, red, yellow and blue memory chips...where do they all go?

    Okay, well

    put as many chips as you have in and try pushing the buttons and watch the color of the light...

    there may be more than one "inside" of that blue door!

    About the remote:

    Have you tried turning it over?

    Oh my god, that's so cool :D Thanks a million!!!

    now we're back to unlocking the biike :D

    That was of no help to me, kokuou. The light (I'm assuming you mean the one that displays a number on the handle bar of the bike) just fades once a number is pressed. Nothing seems to vary at all with it regardless of what numbers are pressed. I believe those buttons actually operate the lock, but I have received no clues about what the combination is. And what of the last page in the book that looks like something to use the purple bricks for...??? ARGH.

    Ok, with the light, just turn the bike on. then put the mirror on the hook next to the garage door.

    LOL. What mirror?

    Hehe... calm down, you can do it!
    You have to...

    find the headlight for the motorbike and attach it where it's supposed to go, but to turn the light on...

    you have to find button number 6 on the bike.

    That's my problem. No can find headlight.

    remember the different coloured insides? have you checked them all?

    It should be really easy if you've got...

    the remote control.
    See my last hint. Try pushing the button in front of the blue door more than once!

    Different colored insides? I have no idea what you're referring to.

    Nevermind. Got it.

    Didn't you open the blue door?

    Ok, you know on the blue door that appears? use the remote to get different colours on the inside.

    Well, it's almost 4am here, so I think I'm gonna hit the hay.

    G'night all and happy escaping!

    (-_-)zzZZ

    uch...stuck on the pinky-purple door...whats the combo of bricks? I did the one shown in the book, and it doesn't work :( do I have to go through the whole alphabet?! :'(

    Thanks for your help, Kokuou. =)

    Done, finished, too. Whew. Now I can sleep.

    Yeah, escaped.

    That one was good fun for me. The puzzles where quite logic and the item searching wasnt that hard. Gameplay was quite fluid.

    BTW: Amazing Site Jay. I stumbled upon it 2 month ago and since then i check it every day.

    Noooooooo!
    I let my sister on the computer and she colsed the window!
    :(

    Awww. Well, the game is up and the links are all live now, so you should be able to plow through it quickly. =)

    Freeeeeeeeeeeedom!!!

    I can't find the red chip...

    *giving up on life*

    Red chip

    On front of the poster near top left corner

    Yellow chip

    On front of bike, mid-section

    Blue chip

    Inside the blue door. "What blue door?" you ask? hahaha

    Someone will have to do a walkthrough for this soon. Um, is Remister in the house? =D

    That's quite odd, I swear it was somewhere else before...:P

    Woo! finished *hugs Jay, kokuou, and everyone else that helped* :D Wow, I feel so proud of myself... Thanks Jay, I love your site, along with lazylaces, it's one of the few sites I visit everyday, keep up the good work :D

    ok, so I've done everything and I think I'm at the end

    I found the golden key, put in ignition and hit the purple 6 button and the lights in the room went off and now nothing is happening.

    Is that it?

    ok - got this far (almost) by myself, but what is the colour/number combination for the lock on the bike?...

    Wish I could find that bloomin red chip lol, I've done loads but can't find it.

    I can't find the blue chip and what do you mean by blue door or inside blue door waaaaaaa I can't go any further.
    Also how to get lock off bike ? I realise it's connected to the headlight but how?
    I am desperate it is 12.10 am in Australia please take pity and let me get to bed.

    Heh, I posted that after the red key spoiler, cool! MyJennyration - mine did that too. I'm going to retry it quickly in IE to see if it works there.

    ahh, what's the code for pink/purple room? tried also the one is on book..

    Cant even open the game... cry...

    It isn't working. Fasco-cs can't be found.

    I'm going mad, trying to figure out what order to place the purple bricks!
    After all the frustration, blood, sweat and tears that lead me to this point!

    Oh drat...
    I finally finished everything else and started the motorcycle. Engine started and lights went out, now nothing. Cant navigate, cant finish the game.

    What on earth kind of ending is that?

    Okay, I got PRETTY far in without help (yay! Eyebrows is no good at these games so is proud!) but I can't figure out what the heck to do with the purple blocks to get the purple chip. I also don't know how to turn the bike on but I'm assuming I need to use the purple chip first. I have the mirror and light all set up for turning on the bike, but I just don't know what else I need. Help?

    WobL: I was using IE before. I just played through it again and everything worked fine. Who knows.
    Sweet game! One of the easier point-and-click games I've played, but that's a good thing for me!

    Could someone tell me what the toilet roll holder thingy is for?

    That game was cool! The man on the window is

    the developer of the game!

    And heres how to start the Bycicle:

    press the sixth button

    Greetings,

    Pascal

    wow this was great i am so addicted to all these room games i beat this without any help but since some people need it...

    go find some1 willing to write out a walkthrough :) because i don't wanna ruin the gaming experiance

    do u use the long thing at all yes not on doors but to get other half of paper

    I beat it on my own (no webpages other than the game itself) in half an hour. It would have been shorter, but I accidentally clicked the music button halfway through and had to start ALL OVER! I came to this site because of that stupid keyword thing. Turns out I didn't find it because

    there was a link that made a popup ad

    that I didn't know about. I clicked it a billion times, but

    it didn't open because of my pop-up blcker!

    I'm so glad I came to this site to find that out. I had to guess my way through that part. Oh well, works both ways.

    Anyone else get scared by the japanese dude in the garage?

    Where do i find the purple chip to put in the remote?

    Read the guide ;)

    how do you flip the remote controller??????

    the purple chip is under the lock on the front wheel of the bike. u get a combination to put in the buttons after fixing the lamp on the bike and hanging the mirror from the wall and looking through the glass with the binoculars. the number are 223426

    Umm this was pretty easy i beat it in

    45 minutes withought using this haha oh well i guess it takes some ppl a long time but im happy i finished it when does the Pink Prison come out

    is it just me but i cant fighure out how to flip the dang remote over!

    hi i finally won and also to flip the remote controler click the "i" next to it in the inventory then click on the corners of the controler

    I can't get the page to come up, everytime I try to get in, the page is white and it says done at the bottom. does anyone know a site where they play the game in their own site, instead of linking back to fasco?

    Complete Walkthrough:

    1. When you start, you should see a motorcycle on your left, a dustbox/wastebasket in front of you, and a tinted window on your right. Click on the dustbox to examine its interior, and then click on the "tiny, blocky things" inside to take them.
  • Click on the shelf above the tinted window to see if anything is there. Take the remote control sitting there.
  • Head right until you see a poster on the wall. Click on the poster to examine it more closely - you'll see a little red square near the top (right above where it says "hint" if you can read katakana). Click on the red square to receive the red memory chip.
  • Head right again, and you'll see something that looks like a silver box on the wall in front of you, and a worktable to your right. Click on the manual sitting on top of the worktable. You can keep clicking on it to cycle through the pages, to gain hints about what you're supposed to do. When you get to the final page, a torn slip of paper with morse code markings will fly out onto the table - take it.
  • Click on the area underneath the table to examine its underside. There are 3 items you should take here: a yellow mount (on the floor), the steel stick hanging on one of the table's legs, and then the brass hook that the steel stick was hanging from.
  • Head right until you see the teal-colored, steel door in front of you. If you look carefully at the grey ledge above the door, you should see a black dot sitting on top of it, a little over to the right side. Click on the dot to zoom in, and click on the black motorcycle key to take it.
  • Head right again and you'll see the motorcycle directly in front of you. Click on the bottom region of the center of the motorcycle to zoom in on that section, and you'll see a yellow square sitting there - click on it to receive the yellow memory chip.
  • Click on the passenger (rear) seat of the motorcycle to zoom in on that section. You'll see a slot for a key right below the seat; use the black motorcycle key on the slot. The seat will pop up, revealing a wrench underneath - take it.
  • Click on the rear wheel of the motorcycle, and then click on the space just above the rear wheel on the next screen, and you'll find yourself on the other side of the motorcycle. Click on the tiny key on the ground to take it.
  • Click on the top part of the screen to examine the control panel on the motorcycle. You'll see five colored buttons on the panel, but nothing will happen if you click on them now. Just above the yellow button is the ignition slot - insert the motorcycle key into the ignition.
  • Make your way to the right until you see "the door that never opens" in front of you (it's the one to the right of the tinted window). Click on the area above it to examine the ceiling. There's a piece of paper on the ceiling, but it's too high for you to reach it normally - use the steel stick that you found underneath the worktable to take it. The two torn pieces of paper will automatically fuse together in your inventory. If you examine the paper, you'll notice that there are 26 sets of morse code - one set for each letter of the alphabet. A through M are listed in the left column (top to bottom, in alphabetical order), and N through Z are listed in the right column.
  • Head back to the screen with the silver box on the wall, and then click on the top part of the screen to look up at the ceiling. You'll see another box attached to the same power line: a yellow and silver one. Click on it to zoom in, and you'll see another keyhole. Insert the tiny, silver key that you found behind the motorcycle to activate the power.
  • Now, if you return to the silver box below, you'll find that you can open it by clicking on it. Doing so reveals two buttons: a blue one on the left and a red one on the right. A little experimentation will reveal that pressing the blue button will result in a "dot" appearing, and pressing the red button will result in a "dash" appearing. Once you enter a combination of buttons, the machine will process the symbols from left to right; each "dot" yields a short sound and each "dash" yields a long sound.
  • In case you didn't realize it by now, this box is asking for a password, but you're required to enter it in morse code. If you go down the list on the paper that you have in your inventory, eventually you'll discover what the password is - each time you uncover a correct letter, it will show up in the top-left corner of the box, in green text.
  • The password here is "OPEN." The button sequences, in order, are: red-red-red; blue-red-red-blue; blue; and red-blue.
  • After inputting the password, the buttons will dissappear, leaving only the word "OPEN" visible. Click on the word to close the box completely. You'll see a blue door magically appear to the left of the silver box.
  • Click on the blue door to zoom in, and then click on it again to open it, revealing a closet of sorts. You'll see a blue memory chip on the top shelf inside - take it.
  • Now it's time to put all those memory chips to good use. Click on the remote control in your inventory and then click on the "i" bubble to examine it closely. Click on the space around the perimeter of the remote control to flip it over, revealing four square indentations on its underside. If you look at the indentations, you can see that one of them has a blue line, one has a yellow line, one has a red line, and one has both a grey line and a purple line. Click on each of the memory chips in your inventory to insert them into the remote control, and then click on the grey memory chip to the bottom-left of the remote control to insert that one as well. Then close the inventory screen.
  • Click anywhere inside the closet to close the door. You'll see that the remote control appears, automatically pointing at the door (if it's not, you just click on the remote control in your inventory while looking at the door to bring you to this step). Press the large purple button on the remote, and you'll see the blinking light on the remote change from grey to blue.
  • Click on the door again to open it, and take the headlight on the top shelf. Close the door again. Press the button on the remote again, and the light will change from blue to red.
  • Click on the door again to open it, and take the binoculars on the top shelf. Close the door again. Press the button on the remote again, and the light will change from red to yellow.
  • Click on the door again to open it, and take the mirror from the bottom shelf. Close the door again. That's it for now, but you'll return here shortly.
  • Go back to the motorcycle, and click on the front wheel to zoom in. Click on the top part of the screen to focus on the front section of the bike - you'll see a yellow strip of metal with a hole in it near the top. Click on the mount in your inventory, and the wrench will automatically pop up. Click on the yellow strip to attach the mount to the bike.
  • Click on the headlight that you found in the closet, and the wrench will pop up automatically again. Click on the mount you just attached to affix the headlight. Since you turned on the motorcycle's power already, the headlight should be on.
  • Head back to the screen with the teal-colored steel door. Just to the right of the door, where the headlight is shining, there's a little black dot. Click on the dot to zoom in. If you click on the dot again, you'll learn that it's a hole in the wall. Insert the brass hook from your inventory into the hole.
  • Hang the mirror that you found in the closet from the brass hook. This will reflect the light shining from the motorcycle back towards the tinted window, allowing you to see inside.
  • If you go back to the screen with the tinted window and click on it, you'll look inside the now-lit room. There's a car in front of you, but more importantly, there's something on the wall to the left of it. It's too far away to examine normally, but using the binoculars will reveal a randomly-generated, 6-digit code. Make note of this number sequence.
  • Go back to the control panel with the colored buttons on the motorcycle (if you're looking directly at the bike, clicking on "YAMAHA" will take you to the control panel). You'll notice that each one of the colored buttons corresponds to a number: green = 1, red = 2, yellow = 3, blue = 4, and orange = 5. But where's the sixth button?
  • Click on the right handle to see the cleverly-hidden sixth (purple) button. Now that you know where all six buttons are, press the buttons in the order shown on the far wall in the room with the car in it. For example, if the code read "252316," then you would press the buttons in this sequence: red-orange-red-yellow-green-purple. You'll get a message that the engine doesn't start, but you'll also hear something being opened or unlocked.
  • Head around to the other side of the motorcycle again, but this time, check out the front tire. From the screen with the sixth (purple) button showing on the motorcycle's handle, click on the top-right part of the screen, and then the space just above the front wheel on the next screen. You'll see a clamp attached to the front wheel, with six colored squares on it. Clicking on the clamp will zoom in on it. Clicking on it one last time will move it out of the way, revealing a purple memory chip - take it.
  • Examine the underside of the remote control in your inventory again, and swap the grey memory chip for the purple chip that you just found. Head back to the closet, and keep pressing the purple button on the remote control until the blinking light changes to purple. Open the door to reveal a yellow panel with a blue button, and then click on the panel to zoom in.
  • Now it's time to put those purple blocks that you found in the dustbox to use. Clicking in the blocks in your inventory while looking at the panel will make them appear onscreeen. You'll notice that only two blocks will appear at once in the bottom-right corner: the left block has a "dash" groove in it, and the right block has a "dot" groove in it. You can click-and-drag a maximum of four blocks onto the yellow panel, and then press the blue button to have the machine process them...does this sound familiar to something you already did?
  • This is another panel asking for a password in morse code. Again, if you go down the list on the paper that you have in your inventory, eventually you'll discover what the password is - each time you uncover a correct letter, it will show up below the yellow panel, in red text.
  • The password here is "HELP." The button sequences, in order, are: right-right-right-right (....); right (.); right-left-right-right (.-..); and right-left-left-right (.--.).
  • After inputting the correct password, the panel and button will begin to flash. Click on the button to retract the yellow panel, revealing a golden key.
  • Examining the key will indicate that it is used for the motorcycle. Head back to the control panel on the motorcycle, remove the black motorcycle key from the ignition, and insert the golden key in its place. Then, press the purple button on the right handlebar to start the motorcycle up. The motorcycle will rev up and crash into the teal-colored steel door, providing an exit. Congratulations, you've just escaped from the White Chamber!
  • for HELP problems! u have to drag everything on the yellow screen (purple blocks) this is IMPORTANT

    awesome game

    you would have never thoughtthat the remote was for the blue door

    what happens if you use the metal stick on the glued door

    Well that was fun. A bit easier than the other two though. The only thing I needed any help with was the

    HELP

    part. Lol.

    did anyone knock on the door and see a guy pop out in the window? who is that it scared the poop out og me!

    BOOO bad ending

    Okay i swear to you i beat the game all by my self but i just Want to know what was the little thing under the smiley faces for???? you know... the thing with a blank. could you put something in that or was i just there for nothing?

    I finally beat it it took me forever and for those of you who are begging for a walkthrough gimme a few days and i may have one for ya ;)

    hey, um.....how do I flip the remote over....??? There is no information key and I've clicked just about everywhere, I just want to stick those dang chips into it and I want the dang thing to flip over!! Please!

    YESSSSSSS I DID IT!!!! ok i may have used the walkthrough but i was desperate, wahoo!!!

    ok, what is the part ment to scare you?

    HAHAHAH that was oddd............. ugly guy who popped out while i knocked the door, sweet game...swe-e-e-e-et

    Here's a complete White Chamber walkthrough, in case anyone still needs help. I've never actually written anything like this before, so my apologies if it's unclear in certain parts or if I've missed something accidentally.

    Walkthrough:

    By the way, this assumes that you already have some basic navigational skills in the game (i.e., the room, your inventory, individual item details).

    1. When you start, you should see a motorcycle on your left, a dustbox/wastebasket in front of you, and a tinted window on your right. Click on the dustbox to examine its interior, and then click on the "tiny, blocky things" inside to take them.

    2. Click on the shelf above the tinted window to see if anything is there. Take the remote control sitting there.

  • Head right until you see a poster on the wall. Click on the poster to examine it more closely - you'll see a little red square near the top (right above where it says "hint" if you can read katakana). Click on the red square to receive the red memory chip.

  • Head right again, and you'll see something that looks like a silver box on the wall in front of you, and a worktable to your right. Click on the manual sitting on top of the worktable. You can keep clicking on it to cycle through the pages, to gain hints about what you're supposed to do. When you get to the final page, a torn slip of paper with morse code markings will fly out onto the table - take it.

  • Click on the area underneath the table to examine its underside. There are 3 items you should take here: a yellow mount (on the floor), the steel stick hanging on one of the table's legs, and then the brass hook that the steel stick was hanging from.

  • Head right until you see the teal-colored, steel door in front of you. If you look carefully at the grey ledge above the door, you should see a black dot sitting on top of it, a little over to the right side. Click on the dot to zoom in, and click on the black motorcycle key to take it.

  • Head right again and you'll see the motorcycle directly in front of you. Click on the bottom region of the center of the motorcycle to zoom in on that section, and you'll see a yellow square sitting there - click on it to receive the yellow memory chip.

  • Click on the passenger (rear) seat of the motorcycle to zoom in on that section. You'll see a slot for a key right below the seat; use the black motorcycle key on the slot. The seat will pop up, revealing a wrench underneath - take it.

  • Click on the rear wheel of the motorcycle, and then click on the space just above the rear wheel on the next screen, and you'll find yourself on the other side of the motorcycle. Click on the tiny key on the ground to take it.

  • Click on the top part of the screen to examine the control panel on the motorcycle. You'll see five colored buttons on the panel, but nothing will happen if you click on them now. Just above the yellow button is the ignition slot - insert the motorcycle key into the ignition.

  • Make your way to the right until you see "the door that never opens" in front of you (it's the one to the right of the tinted window). Click on the area above it to examine the ceiling. There's a piece of paper on the ceiling, but it's too high for you to reach it normally - use the steel stick that you found underneath the worktable to take it. The two torn pieces of paper will automatically fuse together in your inventory. If you examine the paper, you'll notice that there are 26 sets of morse code - one set for each letter of the alphabet. A through M are listed in the left column (top to bottom, in alphabetical order), and N through Z are listed in the right column.

  • Head back to the screen with the silver box on the wall, and then click on the top part of the screen to look up at the ceiling. You'll see another box attached to the same power line: a yellow and silver one. Click on it to zoom in, and you'll see another keyhole. Insert the tiny, silver key that you found behind the motorcycle to activate the power.

  • Now, if you return to the silver box below, you'll find that you can open it by clicking on it. Doing so reveals two buttons: a blue one on the left and a red one on the right. A little experimentation will reveal that pressing the blue button will result in a "dot" appearing, and pressing the red button will result in a "dash" appearing. Once you enter a combination of buttons, the machine will process the symbols from left to right; each "dot" yields a short sound and each "dash" yields a long sound.

  • In case you didn't realize it by now, this box is asking for a password, but you're required to enter it in morse code. If you go down the list on the paper that you have in your inventory, eventually you'll discover what the password is - each time you uncover a correct letter, it will show up in the top-left corner of the box, in green text.

  • The password here is "OPEN." The button sequences, in order, are: red-red-red; blue-red-red-blue; blue; and red-blue.

  • After inputting the password, the buttons will dissappear, leaving only the word "OPEN" visible. Click on the word to close the box completely. You'll see a blue door magically appear to the left of the silver box.

  • Click on the blue door to zoom in, and then click on it again to open it, revealing a closet of sorts. You'll see a blue memory chip on the top shelf inside - take it.

  • Now it's time to put all those memory chips to good use. Click on the remote control in your inventory and then click on the "i" bubble to examine it closely. Click on the space around the perimeter of the remote control to flip it over, revealing four square indentations on its underside. If you look at the indentations, you can see that one of them has a blue line, one has a yellow line, one has a red line, and one has both a grey line and a purple line. Click on each of the memory chips in your inventory to insert them into the remote control, and then click on the grey memory chip to the bottom-left of the remote control to insert that one as well. Then close the inventory screen.

  • Click anywhere inside the closet to close the door. You'll see that the remote control appears, automatically pointing at the door (if it's not, you just click on the remote control in your inventory while looking at the door to bring you to this step). Press the large purple button on the remote, and you'll see the blinking light on the remote change from grey to blue.

  • Click on the door again to open it, and take the headlight on the top shelf. Close the door again. Press the button on the remote again, and the light will change from blue to red.

  • Click on the door again to open it, and take the binoculars on the top shelf. Close the door again. Press the button on the remote again, and the light will change from red to yellow.

  • Click on the door again to open it, and take the mirror from the bottom shelf. Close the door again. That's it for now, but you'll return here shortly.

  • Go back to the motorcycle, and click on the front wheel to zoom in. Click on the top part of the screen to focus on the front section of the bike - you'll see a yellow strip of metal with a hole in it near the top. Click on the mount in your inventory, and the wrench will automatically pop up. Click on the yellow strip to attach the mount to the bike.

  • Click on the headlight that you found in the closet, and the wrench will pop up automatically again. Click on the mount you just attached to affix the headlight. Since you turned on the motorcycle's power already, the headlight should be on.

  • Head back to the screen with the teal-colored steel door. Just to the right of the door, where the headlight is shining, there's a little black dot. Click on the dot to zoom in. If you click on the dot again, you'll learn that it's a hole in the wall. Insert the brass hook from your inventory into the hole.

  • Hang the mirror that you found in the closet from the brass hook. This will reflect the light shining from the motorcycle back towards the tinted window, allowing you to see inside.

  • If you go back to the screen with the tinted window and click on it, you'll look inside the now-lit room. There's a car in front of you, but more importantly, there's something on the wall to the left of it. It's too far away to examine normally, but using the binoculars will reveal a randomly-generated, 6-digit code. Make note of this number sequence.

  • Go back to the control panel with the colored buttons on the motorcycle (if you're looking directly at the bike, clicking on "YAMAHA" will take you to the control panel). You'll notice that each one of the colored buttons corresponds to a number: green = 1, red = 2, yellow = 3, blue = 4, and orange = 5. But where's the sixth button?

  • Click on the right handle to see the cleverly-hidden sixth (purple) button. Now that you know where all six buttons are, press the buttons in the order shown on the far wall in the room with the car in it. For example, if the code read "252316," then you would press the buttons in this sequence: red-orange-red-yellow-green-purple. You'll get a message that the engine doesn't start, but you'll also hear something being opened or unlocked.

  • Head around to the other side of the motorcycle again, but this time, check out the front tire. From the screen with the sixth (purple) button showing on the motorcycle's handle, click on the top-right part of the screen, and then the space just above the front wheel on the next screen. You'll see a clamp attached to the front wheel, with six colored squares on it. Clicking on the clamp will zoom in on it. Clicking on it one last time will move it out of the way, revealing a purple memory chip - take it.

  • Examine the underside of the remote control in your inventory again, and swap the grey memory chip for the purple chip that you just found. Head back to the closet, and keep pressing the purple button on the remote control until the blinking light changes to purple. Open the door to reveal a yellow panel with a blue button, and then click on the panel to zoom in.

  • Now it's time to put those purple blocks that you found in the dustbox to use. Clicking in the blocks in your inventory while looking at the panel will make them appear onscreeen. You'll notice that only two blocks will appear at once in the bottom-right corner: the left block has a "dash" groove in it, and the right block has a "dot" groove in it. You can click-and-drag a maximum of four blocks onto the yellow panel, and then press the blue button to have the machine process them...does this sound familiar to something you already did?

  • This is another panel asking for a password in morse code. Again, if you go down the list on the paper that you have in your inventory, eventually you'll discover what the password is - each time you uncover a correct letter, it will show up below the yellow panel, in red text.

  • The password here is "HELP." The button sequences, in order, are: right-right-right-right (....); right (.); right-left-right-right (.-..); and right-left-left-right (.--.).

  • After inputting the correct password, the panel and button will begin to flash. Click on the button to retract the yellow panel, revealing a golden key.

  • Examining the key will indicate that it is used for the motorcycle. Head back to the control panel on the motorcycle, remove the black motorcycle key from the ignition, and insert the golden key in its place. Then, press the purple button on the right handlebar to start the motorcycle up. The motorcycle will rev up and crash into the teal-colored steel door, providing an exit. Congratulations, you've just escaped from the White Chamber!

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    This is somebody else's walkthrough but here it is again! It was perfect and i escaped the room in less than an hour by following this walkthrough.

    Thanks to jay! :)
    who posted this on December 21, 2005 at 05:01 PM

    THAT...GAME...

    ROCKED!

    thanks jay

    Freaky Japanese guy in the window almost gave me a heart attack when I first played it!

    Cool game --- but a little too much work with the morse code. I prefer to be able to use my brains and what is in the game to figure it out.

    hey well thanks a lot fo all the help, good page heh, good luck to future freaks

    ZK i was going nuts. thank you so much!!! i couldnt even find the remote! and thats the biggest part of the game. er. so yeahh. thanx a bunch writing that long and slightly monotonaus (not too sure how to spell it) walkthrough. helped a hella lot. saved me from throwing the laptop. have fun with all the games u play.

    Thanks ZK! Crazy game though. Should make it into a reality game.

    Fun game. This is the third tonight. If anybody knows where I can find the Blue Room please tell me.

    I'm getting really frustrated right now!
    I knew that I had to put "hep" with the purple blocks, but it somehow just doesn't work. I'm stuck. Do I have to start all over again or what?

    Great game. I finally finished it after about 2 hours and I can't wait till the next one. :D

    Oh and great site Jay, of all the sites I've visited trying to find walkthoughs or hints this has been the most helpful.

    Cheers, Jenna! =)

    HA^^ This game is great! Thank you, takagism!^_^ / Thank you, jay! :D

    Dude, ZK, you saved me from many hours of not doing my advanced calculus schoolwork to play this game! You're my sun, moon and stars. Thanks immensely for the walkthrough. You own!

    Well, it took me long enough, even with spoilers... but I finished the crimson room, the viridian room, the blue room, and the white chamber tonight. Tons of fun!! Though the few times I got stuck, it took me longer to sort through the comments than to play...

    By the way, great site, Jay! I love to visit it every day! I would have never known about point-and-click or escape games if it wasn't for your site. So I guess I'm thankful for my friend who pointed me to WoolyThinking.com, which is where I found the link for your site. Awesome stuff!!

    hay dose any one know wat that thing asking for a code is below the posta

    I have just found your site jay, I love it. I've escaped all four rooms. Thanks for the diversion!

    indeed is a good game! i finished it almost in an hour!

    Hi, i need a lot of help on how to put the purle blocks in to spell "help". pleasee helpp me!

    Awesome game,

    Its funny how some people couldnt figure out the morse code thang, lmao. The creators are geniuses and do things that ppl would normally overlook

    Official time: around 30-20mins. Straight up one of my favorite online games.

    the piece of information was actually representing the

    alphabertical order of A-Z.

    the thumps the Japanese dude makes on the window correspond to the letters OPEN in morse code

    the game was so good i enjoyed it...
    good birthday gift for myself today :D

    The White Chamber Walkthrough

    Pick up blocks from the bin, click on the shelf and pick up the strange remote controler.

    Go right, and pick up a red chip from poster.

    Read the book on the table to get a half of the Morse code paper.

    Click under the table, and pick up a mount, crowbar and a brass hook.

    Click above the garage door to get a key

    Click on the little hole on the right of the garage door and put a brass hook there.

    Now, face the black door and click above them to look at celing. Use crowbar to get the other half of the Morze code paper.

    Look at the motor's engine and pick up the yellow chip.

    Use a small key to open a seat and get a wrench.

    Go around the motorcycle by clicking left to get another key.

    Now, go to the table and click above the box on the wall. Now click the small panel on the wire. Use a key on it.

    Click on the box on the wall, click on top of it, then enter OPEN using the Morse code. Blue stands for dot, red is dash. You have to punch in the whole letter.
    (OPEN = --- /.--. / . / -.)

    The blue door appeared. Click on them to get the blue chip.

    Take the remote, flip it by clicking under it and place the chips acordingly. Use the grey chip instead of purple one.

    Now, close the blue door and hold the remote. Press big button, and the signal goes blue. Open door, pick up headlight, close the door.

    Press the button on the remote again. Open door, get binoculars, close the door.

    Press the button on the remote again. Open door, get the mirror, close the door.

    Put the mirror on the hook by the garage door.

    Place a mount on the motorcycle. Place the lamp on the mount.

    Click up and use the key to turn on the light.

    Now look into a dark room with a car. Use binoculars on a piece of paper on the wall. Write the code down (code is random)

    Enter the code in the motorcycle (using color buttons on the handles). The number 6 is on the right handle. The engine doesnt start but there is a click. Go around the bike and check out the lock on the front tire. Now it is open. Click on it and get the purple chip.

    Place the purple chip instead of the gray one in the remote. Use the remote on the blue door again.

    Click until lamp goes purple, open door and click on the pannel. Click on the blocks. Enter HELP using the Morse code. Press the button, pick up the key.
    (HELP= .... / . / .-.. / .--.)

    Use the key on the motorcycle. Press start (number 6).

    i cant find out how to find the purple chip the blue chip and yes im in the bigining i have the red chip and the yellow chip i cant find out how to open the door and this game is soo confusing i giving up screw this game and any other games you made up screw them <:(

    good game

    haha not a real spoiler just thank you it was fun finished in 25 minutes1!! :D

    I don't think anyone mentioned this... but you don't need to guess the first morse code word. If you click on the door, the banging sound tells you one letter at a time. First "O", then "P", then... try it.

    Ive typed in HELP in morse code but nothing is happening.. what can i do..?

    When you click on the small blue door in the beginning why does a person pop up in the window next to it? I'm getting really confused.

    VASHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA... gavedi rogorc ikna :)

    I did it. thanx to all :)

    This is so challenging! What dissappoints me is there is not much sense in this "escaping". Anyway, you guys will finish it anywayz! Cheeriooooo!!

    These games are awsome. I have now finished CR, VR and the WC. I love them. I hope more come out!

    Help! I am in no need of hints, but I do have a slight problem! I have the metal rod and the mirror and I am aware that the rod goes into the small hole at the side of the garage which the mirror hangs upon.

    Now as hard as I try the rod will not go into the hole. Ive restarted the game twice with same results... am I missing somthing? am I mistaken? or is there a problem??

    -Corey

    who is the person in the garage?!?!? how do i get in the garage?!?!? wat do i do with the chips and/or purple bricks?!?!? ANYONE?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
    help!!!!!!!!!!

    Thank you so much ZK for putting up a walk through. I don't like to cheat but when I get stuck I would love to get unstuck.GREAT GAME!

    Many Thanks to chelsea for great hints of the game.

    someone tell me how to get to the blue chamber

    okay, i just want to say when you have to input "help" with the block. you have to MOVE THE BLOCKS ONTO THE YELLOW PANEL, no one told me this, i was just clicking on the box aha so make sure you move the blox

    Hey I can't figure out the red and blue thing!! i have tried but when i do the Red Red Red Blue Red Red Blue Blue Red Blue, it just ends up with these like highlights, no letters! and some people say that you have to punch in the whole darn thing. DO YOU? SOMEONE PLZZZ HELP ME!!!!

    Rachel
    You need to wait after you've put in each letter for the actual letter to light up, then, you move on to the next letter.

    how do you do the morse code help!

    jejo
    What have you tried to do with it so far?

    Great game. Certainly got me thinking! :)

    I keep doing help and it is not working. I even started the game over and help still isnt working help me !!!!!!!!

    S: I don't understand why most of the people found hard to find the red chip XD it was like the very first thing I found teehee >.<

    This would have been so hard without the walk through!
    Thanks:D

    please help me with the HELP morse code.

    what is teh keyword thing under the poster

    This took my a while to figure out the morse for help as well. You have to drag the blocks in the squares. It's currently after 3AM. I have been playing since 1 and I have beat Crimson, Viridian, Blue, and White so far. What are the other ones so I can beat them in the morning?
    Stephany

    Btw: Thanx for the help!!

    This walkthrough is the best i found thanks. i did most of it myself though i just needed to finish it off. and people who go to different websites for morse code there's no need. when you click on the door and it bangs . if its loud it's the red button if its quiet the blue.

    How do I use my items?

    The Items usually work themselves if not just click them

    yay i beat it but whats up with the guy beating in the door?? i may have looked at the walkthrough but i was really confused when i first started but o well I BEAT IT!!!!!

    finally it took me a while someone please answer my question about the old guy in the window.

    i thought it was odd how you have to reflect the light onto the mirror.... and why did you read that spoiler it doesnt make the game as fun

    but o well bye:)

    yay i beat the white chamber, the blue chamber , the crimson room, and FINALLY i beat the viridian room yyyyaaayyy!!!! im the ultimate escaper!!! yay it took me FOREVER to figure out how to line up the chinese symbols but i finally figured it out it took me two days to beat the viridian room but i did it with some help from the walkthrough soo thanks guys for all the help i though the blue chamber was the easiest what do u guys think??the viridian room is definitely the hardest. if anyone has any questions just ask me because i beat all of the escape games well anywayz talk to you guys later!!:) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)!

    wow! i made it, with the help of this walkthrough though...

    Golly gosh - this game scared the bejebus out of me.

    Although the Viridian room had a skeleton (it wasn't moving - I can cope with that) the fellow who came out of the shadows waving, in the glass where you can see the car really freaked the living daylights out of me!

    I just thought I'd warn other scaredy cat players - be wary...

    this was really a great game!
    I only needed some help at the

    red memory chip part

    Yeah man this game was great, the only parts I didnt get were the:

    red chip, I thought there was sumthin bout it but I didnt see the chip till I read it here, and Then the block part.. Guess I got lazy and forgot about seeing it in the book.

    But good game Thanks man.

    I FREAKED OUT when I saw the guy in the garage with the Vette. I think that would've been a nice warning in the walkthrough. It really did scare me because the first time I saw him it was while he was retracting back into the room. Maybe that guy is another escape room that has yet to be released?!?!? Awesome.

    Darn it! I've clicked that stupid music button twice now!

    It was nice but that japanese guy killed meh !

    w00t i dont finished teh game?

    AHH!! whew, i tried to see what that guy looked like but it kept on scaring me.. i was like, "wtf is that?!" and everytime he poped out i flinched. DOUBLE FRICK!

    Much THANKS to Chelsea for the walkthrough.

    And also to April for the "HELP" tip about dragging the purple blocks on screen.

    As much as I enjoy these types of games on occasion, I would probably not bother to finish many of them without the walkthroughs.

    So my last THANKS goes to Jay bringing it all together.

    was it just me, did anyone else see a person at the window near the door? it scared the heck outta me..i just closed the browser, and my heart's still pounding..

    alright, it wasn't just me..well, does the guy actually do anything? ohgosh, yeah, a warning would've been nice..

    Haha! I can't believe it, i finished it without cheating.

    Did anyone else encounter the person who banged on the door to the car? When I first heard the creepy music, I turned towards the window with the car, and saw the outline of a person banging on the other side of the door! It didn't ever happen again, though. Does anybody know what was going on or if it had any point?

    Just in case people don't really know where it came from...

    The "OPEN" password is from the banging on the door from the guy trying to into the room.

    The "HELP" password is given from the pop-up store window. You see how it says "Keyword:___" at the bottom of the sign? Well, when you click the sign and it loads the pop-up window, right click on the page and view the page's source code. Within it you will see the answer has been written in. Very clever.

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