O-RI-GA-MI


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origami1.jpgzxoAttention all you room escape fans: O-RI-GA-MI is probably not for you. The puzzles are insultingly easy, some of the items are non-intuitive to locate, and it shouldn't take more than a few minutes to complete. Obviously, there's a different reason we are featuring this game.

Like its name suggests, the setting of O-RI-GA-MI is made entirely of pieces of folded paper, making it probably the only handcrafted room escape game in existence. From the furniture to the code panel to the unconventional fauna, almost everything that you see has been created out of a piece of paper and photographed in position. When you play, don't rush through it like you might some other games; this one is meant to be savored. Take the time to appreciate the details and the unique style the game artist has chosen. Or just say "Huh. That's kinda neat" and go back to escaping from some of the more hardcore rooms.

Play O-RI-GA-MI

Walkthrough Guide


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As said in review, this puzzle is fairly easy. Nonetheless, here is a walkthrough for anyone who's stuck.

Hint : Move you cursor to the bottom edge of the screen to reveal a gray / grey bar. Clicking on said bar will move you back to the room overview.

- Room -

  1. Take all fruits from tray on table.

  2. Click on the tray to zoom in on the table.

- Tray on table -

  1. Take the number 8 on the tray.

  2. Click on the tray to reveal the colored "SSBB".

  3. Go back to room overview.

- Blue Chair -

  1. Click on the blue chair to zoom in on the chair.

  2. Click on the cushion to lift it up.

  3. Take the number 2 on the chair.

  4. Go back to room overview.

- Picture Frame -

  1. Click on the picture frame to zoom in on it.

  2. Click on the following corners of the picture frame sequentially - top left, top right, top left, top right, top left. (there are other combinations that work as well)

  3. Click on the blue-white mosaic (the picture inside the frame).

  4. Click on the bottom corner of the picture frame.

  5. Take the number 9 on the wall.

  6. Go back to room overview.

- Pet -

  1. Click on the pet komodo dragon.

  2. Select the banana from the inventory.

  3. Click on the pet's head. Wait for the pet to walk away.

  4. Click on the bottom corner of the green mat.

  5. Take the number 5 on the floor.

  6. Go back to room overview.

- Door -

  1. Click on the door.

  2. Click on the keypad.

  3. Click the numbers to change them to the combination "2589".

  4. Click on the door knob.

  5. Click on the door.

23 Comments

No English sucks :(

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CowerFool Author Profile Page April 11, 2007 9:51 AM

As said in review, this puzzle is fairly easy. Nonetheless, here is a walkthrough for anyone who's stuck.

Hint : Move you cursor to the bottom edge of the screen to reveal a gray / grey bar. Clicking on said bar will move you back to the room overview.

- Room -

  1. Take all fruits from tray on table.

  2. Click on the tray to zoom in on the table.

- Tray on table -

  1. Take the number 8 on the tray.

  2. Click on the tray to reveal the colored "SSBB".

  3. Go back to room overview.

- Blue Chair -

  1. Click on the blue chair to zoom in on the chair.

  2. Click on the cushion to lift it up.

  3. Take the number 2 on the chair.

  4. Go back to room overview.

- Picture Frame -

  1. Click on the picture frame to zoom in on it.

  2. Click on the following corners of the picture frame sequentially - top left, top right, top left, top right, top left. (there are other combinations that work as well)

  3. Click on the blue-white mosaic (the picture inside the frame).

  4. Click on the bottom corner of the picture frame.

  5. Take the number 9 on the wall.

  6. Go back to room overview.

- Pet -

  1. Click on the pet komodo dragon.

  2. Select the banana from the inventory.

  3. Click on the pet's head. Wait for the pet to walk away.

  4. Click on the bottom corner of the green mat.

  5. Take the number 5 on the floor.

  6. Go back to room overview.

- Door -

  1. Click on the door.

  2. Click on the keypad.

  3. Click the numbers to change them to the combination "2589".

  4. Click on the door knob.

  5. Click on the door.

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Awww... I don't speak chinese! I tried it without knowing what the heck is going on, but it's not happenin' for me. I might not have clicked on it, if it weren't for these two doom things:

1: I remember, a long time ago, I used to challenge my friends to paper-airplane-making contests, (Of course, only because I was better than them at it) and I eventually decided I might try out my talent with actual origami. I tried it, and it was kinda fun, and I loaded useless paper foldings onto my family members, pretending that they (The origami foldings) actually meant something to me, as to find a way to see how long I could make them keep them. That was probably the best part of the experience.

2: Because the game was actually reviewed /really well./ Good job, zxo! -MANAX

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Cute and fun :) Shame there's no english although it's not really needed.

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Here is a rough translation using the above walkthrough.

- Menu -
おりがみ - `Origami`
はじめる - `Begin`
よみ"が おわりま-た。 - Not entirely sure, something about reading to the end
はじめる'クリック-てください。 - `Please click 'はじめる' (to begin)`

- Room -

1 - Take all fruits from tray on table.
おさらのなかからみか"'とりま-た。- `(You) Took the mandarin from inside the dish.`
リンゴもとりま-ょう。- `Let's also take the apple.`
バナナはすきですか? - `(Do you) like banana?`
2 - Click on the tray to zoom in on the table.

- Tray on table -

おさらのなかにすうじがあります。- `There is a digit inside the dish.`
3 - Take the number 8 on the tray.
すうじ'とりま-た。- `Took the digit.`
4 - Click on the tray to reveal the colored "SSBB".
おさら'どか-ま-た。`Removed the dish.`
テーブルにSSBBってかいてありますよ。- `"SSBB" is written on the table.`
5 - Go back to room overview.

- Pink Chair -

NOT REQUIRED
a. Click on the pink chair to zoom in.
いす'ひきま-た。- `Pulled the chair.`
ざぶと"'どか-ま-た。- `Removed the cushion.`
なにもありませ"。 - `There is nothing.`

- Blue Chair -

6 - Click on the blue chair to zoom in on the chair.
いす'ひきま-た。- `Pulled the chair.`
7 - Click on the cushion to lift it up.
ざぶと"'どか-ま-た。- `Removed the cushion.`
8 - Take the number 2 on the chair.
すうじ'とりま-た。- `Took the digit.`
9 - Go back to room overview.

- Picture Frame -

10 - Click on the picture frame to zoom in on it.
11 - Click on the following corners of the picture frame sequentially - top left, top right, top left, top right, top left. (there are other combinations that work as well)
12 - Click on the blue-white mosaic (the picture inside the frame).
もうちょっとではぞれそうです。- `Soon it will come off.`
13 - Click on the bottom corner of the picture frame.
はずれま-た! - `It came off!`
14 - Take the number 9 on the wall.
すうじ'とりま-た。- `Took the digit.`
15 - Go back to room overview.

- Pet -

16 - Click on the pet komodo dragon.
ペットのゲッコーちゃ"です。- `A pet gecko.`
17 - Select the banana from the inventory.
18 - Click on the pet's head. Wait for the pet to walk away.
ゲッコーちゃ"はバナナがだいすきです。- `Gecko likes banana very much.`
19 - Click on the bottom corner of the green mat.
カーペット'めくってみま-た。- `Turned over carpet.`
20 - Take the number 5 on the floor.
すうじ'とりま-た。- `Took the digit.`
21 - Go back to room overview.

- Door -

22 - Click on the door.
とびらがあります。- `A door.`
23 - Click on the keypad.
パスワード'いれるきかいのようです。- `It is time to enter the password.`
すうじにふれるとすうじがかわります。- `Touch a number to change it.`
24 - Click the numbers to change them to the combination "2589".
XXXX に-ま-た。-  `It makes XXXX.`
ど"かでおとが-ま-たよ!- `It makes a sudden sound!`
25 - Click on the door knob.
とびらがあきま-た。- `The door opens.`
26 - Click on the door.
だっ-...つおめでとう!- `Congratulations! (You) Escape!`

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Retarded Dog Child April 11, 2007 1:40 PM

It's not Chinese, it's Japanese. Since I'm Asian, I'll briefly walk you through on how to distinguish the three major (that is by my definition) Asian languages.

Chinese: NO bendy lines or circles (except sometimes at the end of sentences). Often can seem more complex than Japanese characters.

Japanese: Bendy lines and circles, but borrows some Chinese characters.

Korean: Some circles, probably looks like the simplest of the lot.

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Bear with me, I'm waiting for the game to load. :) Hope that helped.

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that was way too easy. but cute none the less ^_^

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if youwant to see one of the most amazing origami I have ever seen check out this link.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49b1bWb4C04

Salty

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sadly enough, that was the first escape-the-room I've completed without any help or a walkthrough.

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this was definitely an easy escape-the-room game, even without knowing the language. but without a doubt, props are due to the team who made this game. this game is definitely made unique by the art and hard work put into it. if nothing else, give this game a shot to see a very nicely designed game with a simple premise. thanks, zxo!

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PapaChabre April 12, 2007 6:44 AM

Cool game! It reminded me of The Neverhood.

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yahoo, finish the game!

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Sponge Val April 23, 2007 9:14 PM

Easy but very creative and cute!

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I rather like the gecko.

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YAY for taking that Japanese class earlier this year. XD I'm amazed, but I actually understand most of this. For some reason I lol'd when I picked up the banana and it asked "banana wa suki desu ka?" which means, "do you like bananas?" It just seemed so random. XDD

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Anonymous June 5, 2007 2:57 PM

how do i change the numbers

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where is the banana??

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Anonymous July 9, 2007 8:30 PM

seriously how do you change the numbers??

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Alorett Author Profile Page April 4, 2008 1:41 AM

very clever concept, but very simple game except for, um, the Japanese words and all...

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Japanese Student August 30, 2008 2:01 PM

I'm taking Japanese lessons right now, I suck. I understand most Hiragana (main Japanese characters) but the trouble is once I have the words I have no idea what they mean! XD So, uh, here's some crappy broken Japanese translations.

When you click on the green door, I know it says arimasu, which as something to do with something being "there". What is strange is I thought it would say arimasen, meaning something is not there, such as a key, Maybe it means "a door is there" or something? I dunno.

Clicking on the lock by the door yields a message including the word wakarimasen, which means roughly "Don't understand," "can't understand", etc. Probably means you don;t understand the code.

More to come (hopefully)...

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warriorofgod13 Author Profile Page January 4, 2009 12:52 AM

I just have to say, that was really more of a work of art than a game. And it was great! While it was easy, when you look at it for more than the game aspect, it is incredible! Great job!

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Edwards #1 Fanpire Author Profile Page June 10, 2009 12:55 AM

I loved this game! is was soooooo much fun! first escape game ever wthout cheating! :)

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No matter where I click I go to the Adobe Flash home page. Any ideas?

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