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GrinnypDismantlement: BurgerThe Kaitai Dismantlement series is one of the most popular point-and-click series of games ever featured on the site. We've taken apart a radio, a tea canister, a mouse, an alarm clock, a fan, and a hard drive, and found and disabled the bombs in each one. Perhaps it's time to take a break? Fetch a tasty and non-nutritious lunch filled with two all beef patties (well, one all beef), special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed...bomb? You're kidding me, right? No joke, welcome to dismantlement chapter 7, Dismantlement: Burger. Now this is just getting silly!

As with all of the dismantlement games designed by gam.ebb.jp, you only have a screwdriver and your wits to take apart your unhealthy meal before the bomb goes off. Clues are scattered around the tray which also includes a highly sugared drink and twice-fried potatoes, along with some interesting nutrition information. Is gam.ebb.jp making a jab about how consumption of too much of this stuff is a ticking health time bomb? Or are they just running out of ideas of things to dismantle?

Those who have played in the Dismantlement sandbox before will find Dismantlement: Burger a tad on the easy side. Compared to the quality and ingenuity of some of the others in the series this is... well, a bit of a letdown. Still fun to rip in and reduce something to its basic components, but if this is the best that they can come up with then perhaps they might want to go back to the drawing board and stick with what makes these games great: taking apart something you might actually do in real life, like an electronic appliance. Like Tea Canister, Dismantlement: Burger is strangely surreal, but at least this time around no music puzzles or reflex puzzles to drive you nuts.

Not the best in the series, then, but it's always nice to see a sequel to the Dismantlement Series, and Dismantlement: Burger is still a fun way to waste 5 minutes and hey, maybe it'll make you think twice about reaching for a calorie, sugar, fat laden lunch. How about something a bit healthier and less bomb-filled, like a salad? Unless they've got that planned for later down the line. Remember, junk food bad!

Play Dismantlement: Burger

Walkthrough Guide


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Walkthrough (sort of)

Welcome to Sawnbe Burger! If you're an avid mechanic, I would recommend our Dismantlement Burger Combo; a two-patty burger with all our finest condiments, plus a milkshake, side of onion rings (with our logo on it), and free screwdriver! Hope you'll enjoy it!

Right before you begin to dig into your burger, you might consider getting some doughnuts as well; there's an ad right there on your drink cup. Little tip: the icing is what makes the doughnut. If you've got a doughnut with no icing, save it for last, and other than that, follow the icing from doughnut to doughnut!

The upper patty of every two-patty burger of ours is pure beef. Not any sign of pig or chicken or any other animal but cow. See that silhouette of a cow in the lower left corner of your placemat? Every single piece of your patty came from an animal that looked exactly like that.

Our tomatoes are freshly grown and shipped in from the finest farms. We know that "tomato" starts with the letter T, the same first letter as "tasty" and "tender". We always pay attention to the first letters of our words, and so should you!

The eggs we put on our burgers are from chickens in love, just like the cute little chicks in the lower right corner of your placemat. The chicks turn left, the chicks turn right, and they always know exactly when to touch your heart right in the middle! Aren't they just SO cute?

As advertised on your placemat, the lower patties on our two-patty burgers are 100% chicken. No part of that patty came from any part of any animal whose name doesn't begin with C. Not A, not B, and not D; nothing but C. Guaranteed or your money back!

There have been reports of our burgers blowing up in people's faces. These rumors are 100% false; nothing we would put in any of our burgers has any chance of being explosive. Always remember, your burger came from Sawnbe Burger! That's an A between an S and a W and a B between an N and an E; that's how you spell Sawnbe!

Walkthrough

If you just need hints, try SonicLover's "Walkthrough". If you want a full walthrough:

Start:

Click both screws until you see a deliciously unhealthy meal. Click the Burger.

Top slice of bread:

All circles have to be clicked in order.
Hint:

Look at the donuts on the drink

Solution:

Start top Left then follow(compass directions): SSENNESS
Unscrew the plate, close the bun and click on it.

Lettuce:

It's just a single screw

Pattie 1:

Hint:

It's 100% beef. definately no chicken.

Solution:

Click on the pieces so that only the cow can be seen.
Undo the screws, close the pattie, click to remove.

Tomato:

Hint:

First letter

Solution:

The first letter is cruicial. Look at the word 'Tomato' and the sentance at the bottom. Using the number for the first letter of each underlined word, you get the code: 3141
Undo the screws, close the tomato, click to remove.

Egg:

Hint:

Look at the cute chicks on your tray cover.

Solution:

In order, if a chick (see hint) is looking left, press the Left arrow, right arrow if facing right, and the heart of the egg if there is a heart.
You get:
LLR♥LRRR♥LR♥L
Undo the screws...

Cheese:

It's just 1 screw.

Pattie 2:

Hint:

The diagram says that the bottom pattie is 100% chicken. No Aardvark, Beef or Donkey.

Solution:

Make all the letters C's
Undo the screws...

Bottom bread:

Hint:

How do you spell the company's name (it's on your fries packet)

Solution:

Using SAWNBE,
Point the A between the S and the W, The B between the N and the E, and click th screw on the bomb.
Click the bit that just went green, undo the screw, click it again, undo the screw, close the bread and pick it up.

YOU'RE DONE!

48 Comments

SonicLover Author Profile Page July 23, 2010 10:33 AM

Walkthrough (sort of)

Welcome to Sawnbe Burger! If you're an avid mechanic, I would recommend our Dismantlement Burger Combo; a two-patty burger with all our finest condiments, plus a milkshake, side of onion rings (with our logo on it), and free screwdriver! Hope you'll enjoy it!

Right before you begin to dig into your burger, you might consider getting some doughnuts as well; there's an ad right there on your drink cup. Little tip: the icing is what makes the doughnut. If you've got a doughnut with no icing, save it for last, and other than that, follow the icing from doughnut to doughnut!

The upper patty of every two-patty burger of ours is pure beef. Not any sign of pig or chicken or any other animal but cow. See that silhouette of a cow in the lower left corner of your placemat? Every single piece of your patty came from an animal that looked exactly like that.

Our tomatoes are freshly grown and shipped in from the finest farms. We know that "tomato" starts with the letter T, the same first letter as "tasty" and "tender". We always pay attention to the first letters of our words, and so should you!

The eggs we put on our burgers are from chickens in love, just like the cute little chicks in the lower right corner of your placemat. The chicks turn left, the chicks turn right, and they always know exactly when to touch your heart right in the middle! Aren't they just SO cute?

As advertised on your placemat, the lower patties on our two-patty burgers are 100% chicken. No part of that patty came from any part of any animal whose name doesn't begin with C. Not A, not B, and not D; nothing but C. Guaranteed or your money back!

There have been reports of our burgers blowing up in people's faces. These rumors are 100% false; nothing we would put in any of our burgers has any chance of being explosive. Always remember, your burger came from Sawnbe Burger! That's an A between an S and a W and a B between an N and an E; that's how you spell Sawnbe!

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gsaddfs2 Author Profile Page July 23, 2010 10:44 AM

can you put that in walkthrough form please? I'm slightly stuck...

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That was the easiest one yet. The dismantlement guys are slipping. At least there was no pixel hunting on this one, so that's a plus.

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SonicLover Author Profile Page July 23, 2010 10:46 AM

@gsaddfs2: Where are you stuck?

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The tomato one has me stumped...

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Nevermind, I got it. Had the last number wrong :)

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The only one i didnt figure out was the 4X4 letter grid, and that was obvious once i read that little description. Very easy compared to previous dismantlements

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Anonymous July 23, 2010 11:11 AM

@Pete: Yeah I agree, I usually have to consult the walkthrough with the Dismantlement games, but this one was way too easy!

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My first reaction: WHAT??!?!? DISMANTLE A BURGER... WITH A SCREWDRIVER?!?!?!? I'm gonna insult your intelligence now. That's like saying if you go to McDonalds you can eat A BOMB. A BOMB!!!!!!!!!

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@SonicLover, that was brilliant! I loved it. Wish more walkthroughs were as tongue in cheek as that one. I've always just ever needed a push. Sometimes just the right word and you delivered without giving away the fun. :)

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DJBlayde July 23, 2010 11:26 AM

Wow, either this one was easier than the others or I've just gotten really good by now, because I only needed one small nudge:

I was trying the number of the letter in the word on the Tomato, which didn't work when the III location was A.

The rest I figured out on my own. :)

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Stole one from Neutral.
Eh, some of the puzzles were so-so. They wasted a perfectly good burger; it could have been really cute.

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Eran Greenberg July 23, 2010 11:40 AM

Kind of a walkthrough:

First look everywhere.
1. Click bottom left, there is a "map" of the hamburger.
2. Click bottom right, chicks and hearts.
3. Click cup of soda, there are doughnuts.
4. Click on onion rings, there is a word.
5. Click burger, click again and bun opens.

Under the bun there are 9 circles that you can press.

This should remind you of something

The drawings on the soda cup give you the pressing order

Look at which doughnut isn't covered and then each topping is like an arrow of how to get there, so follow backwards and you will find the starting point.

Open the 6 screws
Click on close on top right.
click on bun.
click on central screw.
click on green thing (lettuce?)
click on gray (meat?)
Now you see strange pieces.

remember map of burger

you need to make a cow

click 4 screws
close
click on red (probably the tomato)
now you see 4 buttons that go form 0-9

each word represents a number, and it's place is according to the roman numeral below it.

find the string letters in the word TOMATO and take the first number from below the word TOMATO

click the two screws
close
open
click on egg
now you got a dial

you can press left, right or heart.

remember chicks and hearts.

each chick faces somewhere and don't forget that between some of them there are hearts so you need to click the hearts when applicable

click 4 screws
close
open
click screw
click on cheese
click on meat
now you have 16 buttons from A-D

remember the "map"

you need a chicken

C is for chicken

make them all C

click 4 screws
close
open
screw
green
bun
you have two dials. one marked A, the other B.
they are like compasses (each has N,E,W,S)
don't press central button until you solve

remember the word on the onion rings

SAWNBE

it contains A and B

between other letters

A between S and W, B between N and E

it tells you to set A and B between these letters on the dials

press the screw near the bomb picture
press green button
screw
square
screw
close
bun
Done!

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Anonymous July 23, 2010 11:51 AM

No idea what to do on the tomato part can someone help!

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jolson42 Author Profile Page July 23, 2010 11:54 AM

I assure you, at McDonald's, we don't put any screws or explosives in our burgers!

At least, not in my store...

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Walkthrough

Click burger and open it, notice the 9 doughnut shapes. Zoom out and click on the cup. The clue here is to follow the direction the frosting. Think of the frosting as Arrows point in a direction (NEWS).

Example: If the frosting is located on the bottom of the doughnut, then treat it as an arrow pointing South. If its located at the Right, then treat is as an arrow pointing East.

Following it creates this pathway (starting from the pink going down):

1 6 7
2 5 8
3 4 9

Go back to the burger and follow that order (from 1 to 9) exactly. Unscrew, close, and click on it again to get rid of layer (its like this throughout the game).

Zoom out and click on picture below the cup on the tray. You should see a diagram of the burger. Pay attention to the one saying: 100% Beef.

Go back to the burger, unscrew lettuce layer and open beef layer. Create the image of the Cow by clicking the pieces till you complete image and reveal the screws.

Unscrew, close and click.

Next layer. Open and you see that you have to find a 4 digit code using the reference key provided.

T O M A T O
1 2 3 4 5 6

Now reference the number of the first letter in the words by locating its position on TOMATO (think of the words as cut portions of TOMATO).

MAT TOM A TOMATO

M = 3, T = 1, A = 4, T = 1

These words are not scrambled, so you can see where on TOMATO they come from.

Unscrew, close, click.

Zoom out and click the yellow line on the tray. Note the direction the Chicks are facing. Everytime two chicks face each other, a heart appears.

Go back to the burger and get rid of the extra layers until you come to a puzzle with an egg in it. There are 13 dots you have to fill. Do this by clicking either Left, Right, or Heart in the order shown on the tray.

It should be:

LL, R H L, RRR, H, L, R H L

Unscrew, close, click.

Zoom out and go back to the burger diagram on the tray. Look at the one that says 100% Chicken. Go back to the burger and get rid of extra layers. Open beef layer to see a 4 x 4 letter grid (A - D).

Remember its 100% Chicken. So mark them all Cs.

Zoom out and click on the Fries. It says SAWNBE.

Go to the burger and get rid of the extra layer and open the bomb!

Notice the A and B knobs both have NEWS directions.

The SAWNBE clue basically says to point the A knob between S&W (SAW) and point the B knob between N&E (NBE).

Click the bomb knob and then the green switch.

You're done!

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I think it's one of those plastic burger toys.

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GrinnyP, I am sitting down to play for the first time in a week. I am SO excited to see a new dismantlement game, I wouldn't care if it was a bottle of catsup! thank you thank you thank you

(By the way, is it just me? Or do other gamers get a tiny bit emotional/sentimental at the closing screen, when they see all the familiar bits and pieces swirling around? ... Okay, it's just me, isn't it?)

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Walkthrough

If you just need hints, try SonicLover's "Walkthrough". If you want a full walthrough:

Start:

Click both screws until you see a deliciously unhealthy meal. Click the Burger.

Top slice of bread:

All circles have to be clicked in order.
Hint:

Look at the donuts on the drink

Solution:

Start top Left then follow(compass directions): SSENNESS
Unscrew the plate, close the bun and click on it.

Lettuce:

It's just a single screw

Pattie 1:

Hint:

It's 100% beef. definately no chicken.

Solution:

Click on the pieces so that only the cow can be seen.
Undo the screws, close the pattie, click to remove.

Tomato:

Hint:

First letter

Solution:

The first letter is cruicial. Look at the word 'Tomato' and the sentance at the bottom. Using the number for the first letter of each underlined word, you get the code: 3141
Undo the screws, close the tomato, click to remove.

Egg:

Hint:

Look at the cute chicks on your tray cover.

Solution:

In order, if a chick (see hint) is looking left, press the Left arrow, right arrow if facing right, and the heart of the egg if there is a heart.
You get:
LLR♥LRRR♥LR♥L
Undo the screws...

Cheese:

It's just 1 screw.

Pattie 2:

Hint:

The diagram says that the bottom pattie is 100% chicken. No Aardvark, Beef or Donkey.

Solution:

Make all the letters C's
Undo the screws...

Bottom bread:

Hint:

How do you spell the company's name (it's on your fries packet)

Solution:

Using SAWNBE,
Point the A between the S and the W, The B between the N and the E, and click th screw on the bomb.
Click the bit that just went green, undo the screw, click it again, undo the screw, close the bread and pick it up.

YOU'RE DONE!

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Anonymous July 23, 2010 12:33 PM

This Dismantlement makes me feel:

1: Proud that it's the first one I've finished without recourse to a walkthrough or hint,

2: Ashamed of constantly whining in the comments of the others about how difficult they are, specifically the pixel-hunting and the total nonsense quality of the clues' relationship to the puzzles (how are you supposed to use a clue that's in plain sight, but can't figure out which puzzle it belongs to without some kind of external reference?)

It turns out that, without these annoying "features", Dismantlement games might be slightly too easy... Who knew?

Still not sure which sort I prefer.

There's no place for the reflex/music puzzles, though. Glad they're gone.

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With all of the posts about how easy this was, I am ashamed to say I still needed a few hints. Thanks, SonicLover, for the hint-through!

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Fun way to waste 5 minutes? That hardly took one. =/

I did like the second patty puzzle, though. Made me chuckle when I realized what I had to do. XD

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Easiest of them all...

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i can't get past the bun

it says SSNESSNN or whatever but each ring can only be clicked once. even the doughnut on the cup does the same thing.

any ideas?

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I really hope the next dismantlement won't be as straightforward. The puzzles on this one were good (a bit easy), but a lot of the fun comes from dismantling something complex. Pixel hunting, while annoying, only takes a little bit of patience to get through (less so if you're accustomed to the author). I'd rather have this series go in the direction of more complex objects, even if it means more pixel hunting.

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PlasmaSheep Author Profile Page July 23, 2010 3:29 PM

This one was much easier than the previous ones, almost did not need a walkthrough.
I love this series of games, but I like them more complex (however, complexity != pixel hunting. Pixel hunting is the kind of complexity that authors build in when they know they can't actually make clever/logical puzzles).
Looking forward to the next one.

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I did need help once or twice (the second time, I think I should have figured it out on my own, if I'd just kept looking at it) but this is the first time I solved the bomb without blowing it up even once. I think that's more a result of there being less trial and error involved in it though.

I think the burger idea was a fun departure from their regular fare, but I do hope they go back to electronic/mechanical devices for the future. :)

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NikkiNox Author Profile Page July 23, 2010 6:47 PM

Yeah! That was fun! I loved Sonic's walkthrough! Thanks Sonic.

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Black Drazon Author Profile Page July 23, 2010 6:56 PM

SonicLover, I have wanted to do a operating manual-style Walkthrough of Dismantlement like that straight from Day 1. Great stuff!

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Wow, it's like Dismantlement:Canister if Dismantlement:Canister wasn't totally lame. I like it.

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jayman7759 July 23, 2010 10:31 PM

yay! first one I could complete without the walkthrough!!

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What kind of burger has screws in it? They wanna break people's teeth?

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Yeah, this was the first one I ever solved without hints. It was awesome. :3

I like how all the clues are right there out in the open - you don't have to click in odd places to reveal stuff that's just out-of-view on the wrong side of the object. It's all logical; it doesn't feel like there are any bizarre leaps of reasoning to tease my way through.

Some might argue that it's too easy...well, I guess they're right. ^_^;

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I felt that the second patty puzzle was kind of... overcomplicated compared to the actual solution. I thought it would be something like a magic square. I was way off.

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I was stuck at the top bun for a while.

Look at the cup and remember the side of the donut the frosting is on. Follow the icing from the top-left to the bottom-right circles.

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*Jacob* Author Profile Page July 24, 2010 3:09 AM

Aside from the almost ridiculously simplistic second patty, this was almost too easy. And that second patty wasn't too hard, it was just ...almost stupid. I almost required anti-logic haha

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Possibly the first game which I didn't use a walkthrough at all...:P

Like what people said, it's really hard to find a balance between hard and easy, since people complain about both.

But all in all, I enjoyed a nice game, and I really expected a burp instead of a tweet at the end :D

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Anonymous July 24, 2010 4:03 PM

Whew! Saved the world from explosive meat product! The only thing that tripped me up was:

The Tomato, I thought the goal was to add the total for each section, which gave double digits. I then resorted to "casting out nines", which didn't work. The secret is to keep the "tomato" in order.

timed explosives...Another reason not to stop for fast food.

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nikikinz Author Profile Page July 24, 2010 4:53 PM

Beautiful game as always in the dismantlement series. Got stuck in on the doughnuts though which was a bit frustrating as the rest was quite straight forward.

I love these dismantlement games though !!

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And my friends wonder why I don't care for fast food anymore.

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I typically suck at every casual game I play, but I surprisingly needed little help with this one (other than the second burger patty):

I tried to make a 4x4 gird of four letter words using only A to D. Needless to say, it was a fruitless endeavor.

I have to say this was fairly straightforward and easy to figure out. The only issue I had was that once I removed the screws from a layer, it would not remove whatever it was that I unscrewed. I was forced to "close" the layer (via the upper-right control icon), re-open it and then was able to click to remove it.

Overall I would say there is very little challenge. An excellent puzzle for a first-timer, but rather ho-hum for the avid sleuth.

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It's not really "dismantelment" when all you do is proceed layer by layer through the puzzle. I much prefer the older style where you had to use visual clues to figure out which part should come off.

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"...then perhaps they might want to go back to the drawing board..."

Hmmm.....Dismantlement: Drawing Board...I would go for that.

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Anonymous July 27, 2010 11:18 AM

Finally one game that does not need a walkthrough. It's good that they create easy games once in a while. The games are getting more and more difficult over time, that I always have to seek walkthroughs in the later games.

Two of the puzzles are overcomplicated for very simple solutions, which caused me to get stuck for a while because I was expecting something more complicated.

Overall, a nice and refreshing easy game.

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Cheeseable Author Profile Page July 31, 2010 2:55 PM

Okay, for some weird reason, the entire website is not working at all. It can't be found. I've tried searching for the site, using other dismantlement games, but nothing works! Please help!

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Cheeseable Author Profile Page August 1, 2010 3:33 PM

That's really weird, it started working again.

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Woah, that was easy. Only part I actually had to check the walkthrough on was the end (just in case, you know - it's a bomb, after all).

Well, that and the puzzle with

the grid of letters - seemed a bit silly.

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Ace Woodlink March 4, 2011 9:30 PM

SonicLover,

Love your walkthrough! Very amusing how you worded it!

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