10 Gnomes episode 9:
Chemistry


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10 Gnomes #9

JayThere is something oddly compelling about gnomes. They are cute, mythical creatures that spark the chemistry in our brains that control imagination and curiosity. Perhaps that's why when someone hides a bunch of them within a series of interactive images we jump to task of finding every one of them. So, here we are with another installment of Mateusz Skutnik's original series of hidden object games and this time titled, 10 Gnomes: Chemistry, and you know what to do. Let the chemical reactions begin...

Play 10 Gnomes #9

If you enjoyed this, be sure to play all the 10 Gnomes games.

Walkthrough Guide


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WALKTHROUGH

The scenes go main, right, left, and left again.

  1. Wastebasket X2

  2. Steps by potted plant

  3. Above bushes by wastebasket, then the box

  4. To the Right

    Second Bench X2

  5. Rod Iron planter X3

  6. To the Left

    Bench, Door behind bird bath, handle

  7. Left of bench, underground windows, muddy leaves (top left)

  8. To the Left again

    Doors on right, odd contraption, gas tanks on right side

  9. Odd contraption, front wheel, small tip of hat sticking out of tube

  10. Window on Right X3

Troll

In window scene, click bushes, then the drain. On the left

12 Comments

Anyone find them all yet?

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Vogonviking Author Profile Page September 26, 2008 3:15 PM

Seven gnomes and a troll - not bad for me!

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9 gnomes and a troll. So close!

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stupidcheeseboy Author Profile Page September 26, 2008 5:26 PM

Only eight gnomes and a troll...but at least I beat my daughter!!

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WALKTHROUGH

The scenes go main, right, left, and left again.

  1. Wastebasket X2

  2. Steps by potted plant

  3. Above bushes by wastebasket, then the box

  4. To the Right

    Second Bench X2

  5. Rod Iron planter X3

  6. To the Left

    Bench, Door behind bird bath, handle

  7. Left of bench, underground windows, muddy leaves (top left)

  8. To the Left again

    Doors on right, odd contraption, gas tanks on right side

  9. Odd contraption, front wheel, small tip of hat sticking out of tube

  10. Window on Right X3

Troll

In window scene, click bushes, then the drain. On the left

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Argh I can only find 8 (plus daymare troll)
Oh where oh where are the gnomes.

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Who are we kidding? The sooner Trolls 10 is out the sooner Submachine 6 is out.
Homer - "Oh this waiting game sucks! Let's play Hungry Hungry Hippos!"

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Jay's description failed to spark my imagination. Instead it sparked my depression. :(

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Same problem as last time - game won't start for me.
kubuntu linux, newest firefox, flash plugin... WHAT the heck am I missing?

I suppose if you tag this game "macwinlinux" than it really works under linux - any ideas why it won't for me?

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W00T, got all 10+ troll in a little over 9 mins. 10026 points on first try. I'm getting good at this.

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10225. and I managed to find most of them easily.

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Before I comment I want to make sure that all know THIS IS JUST AN OPINION. Ten Gnomes, while being a decent time filler, is a total waste of time as far as I'm concerned. Mateusz Skutnik brought us, what I consider to be the best online games of all time, the Submachine series. Why does a game writing genius of this calibre feel the need to put a series of such mundane games upon us is beyond me. Now, I'm no programmer but I can appreciate the time it takes to make such a classic as Submachine, but I'm sure most people would have rather waited for another installment rather than the monotony of this (sillybuttons ducks the abuse). I don't mean to pay Mateusz Skutnik any disrespect, but, you are capable of so much more dude. And you know it. Like I say, just my opinion so please don't flame me.

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