Dismantlement: Box Lunch


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GrinnypDismantlementLunchDuring a long and tedious day at work there is nothing better than a lunch break, especially if you've skipped breakfast and are starving. You're so hungry, in fact, that you're ready to take that lovely Bento Box Lunch and dismantle right it down to the bottom where the bomb is...wait, the bomb? Yes, gam.ebb.jp is back (in collaboration with a website called Flips) and has brought us the latest in deadly comestibles, Dismantlement: Box Lunch.

As with all of the wildly popular Dismantlement point-and-click puzzle games all you have is a screwdriver and all you need is a screwdriver (and your wits) to take this delectable Bento Box apart like a lion ripping into a gazelle. Or, you know, like a hungry office worker in the middle of the day. The puzzles this time around are pretty easy and of course there's the usual nasty surprise of a bomb on a timer lurking beneath what looks like a pretty tasty meal, you know, minus the screws and other hardware. Dismantlement: Lunch is one of the simplest of the Dismantlement games with basically one point of view and no navigation around the outside of a three dimensional object. The game is in Japanese but the "return" button (which takes the player out of close up mode) is labeled in both Japanese and English, and if you've played any of the other games in this series the rest is fairly simple.

Not one of the strongest Dismantlement games, Dismantlement: Box Lunch is still a lovely way to start the day, an amuse bouche to whet the palate even if the title suggests heartier fare. Not the usual household appliance or object, Dismantlement: Lunch is a tasty edible snack packed with puzzles (and a bomb). Grab your screwdriver and get dismantling!

Play Dismantlement: Box Lunch

Walkthrough Guide


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Initial Box

The fork is definitely the clue for this.

Face the chickens: L,R,R,L,L,R
Remove Top

Inside the box 1st layer:

Middle Food

What do the hearts mean?

Face the two noses of each to the hearts.
Remove screws and pieces

Right Food:

We see a count and two symbols.

Each count corresponds to the position below.
Combine the two symbols to form the letter.

Enter: HMQW
Remove screws and pieces

Left Food:

Two patterns and a fish with an arrow?

Combine the two and find the path.

As the phone keypad goes,
1,2,3,6,5,4,7,8,9
Remove screws and pieces
Remove top.

Inside the box 2nd layer:

Orange:

Shapes and numbers, and inside the orange dials matching the shapes.

Position the dials with each shape like a clock, so they match their position on the outside of the orange. Do this for all the 1's, then the 2's.
Each time should show the screw.
Remove screw and pieces.

Top left food:

Some chicks and patterns.

The patterns are their feet.

Face the chickens to match the feet.
L, U, U, R
Remove screws and pieces
Zoom out are remove other screw and pieces.

Rice?

Ah, the bomb. 3 animals and no relation to anything we saw so far.

What is moving on the animals?

Their feet. How many do each have?

8, 4, 2
Remove screws and bomb.

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Initial Box

The fork is definitely the clue for this.

Face the chickens: L,R,R,L,L,R
Remove Top

Inside the box 1st layer:

Middle Food

What do the hearts mean?

Face the two noses of each to the hearts.
Remove screws and pieces

Right Food:

We see a count and two symbols.

Each count corresponds to the position below.
Combine the two symbols to form the letter.

Enter: HMQW
Remove screws and pieces

Left Food:

Two patterns and a fish with an arrow?

Combine the two and find the path.

As the phone keypad goes,
1,2,3,6,5,4,7,8,9
Remove screws and pieces
Remove top.

Inside the box 2nd layer:

Orange:

Shapes and numbers, and inside the orange dials matching the shapes.

Position the dials with each shape like a clock, so they match their position on the outside of the orange. Do this for all the 1's, then the 2's.
Each time should show the screw.
Remove screw and pieces.

Top left food:

Some chicks and patterns.

The patterns are their feet.

Face the chickens to match the feet.
L, U, U, R
Remove screws and pieces
Zoom out are remove other screw and pieces.

Rice?

Ah, the bomb. 3 animals and no relation to anything we saw so far.

What is moving on the animals?

Their feet. How many do each have?

8, 4, 2
Remove screws and bomb.

Always love the dismantlement's. This one was particularly easy, though.

I think so. This one's easy as long as you can count.

First time I didn't need a walkthrough for a Dismantlement game. A little too easy if you ask me.

Wow, I was just thinking last night how nice it would be to play a new dismantlement game. Unfortunately, it's extremely easy, but still good fun.

Love the series. This one is too easy to be interesting. Finished the whole thing in about 3 minutes. If all of the dismantlement games were combined into a collection, this one could be considered a tutorial level.

Agree with kdausman, this one would have to be a tutorial. Easiest dismantlement I've ever played, nothing at all like the fan or tea cannister. Even the first one, the radio, was more complicated than this latest one.

So excited to see a new Dismantlement! I love these games so much :D

There's actually a competition associated with this one: if you complete the game and submit a tweet before the end of October, you can win one of three 10,000 yen gift certificate to Amazon - that's probably one of the reasons it's a bit easy this time.

It's not explicitly stated that the competition is only open to Japanese people, though it might well be.

The victory message is as follows:

お弁å½"の解ä½"が15624番目 に完了ã-まã-た。
所要時é–"は5分20ç§'、爆発0回です。
Amazonギフト券10,000円があたるFlipsX解ä½"パズル

結果ã‚'ツイートã-てキャンペーンに応募

This roughly translates to:

You are the 15624th person to dismantle the lunch box.
The time required was 5 minutes 20 seconds, with 0 explosions.
Flips and Dismantlement puzzle are You can win a 10,000 yen gift card to Amazon,

Tweet result to participate in the competition

Obviously, some of those numbers will vary for your own victory message.

Whew...no boom-booms with this meal. *ever-so-carefully sets bomb to the side* Have to admit, I was slightly surprised to see

the bomb actually being big enough to be dangerous this time, unlike the microscopic one we found inside of the Mouse, for example.

.

confused on

left lunch. it said to set all #1's then all #2's. i did it exactly the way it's set on the door but nothing is happening. anyone know what i'm doing wrong?

Done - thanks. But does anyone else feel like going out for sushi?

@Paul
Remember:

All ones group with the ones, and all twos group with the twos

The shapes represent which knob to turn

the screws can be hard to see

And Finally

Meow (If this classifies as spam, sorry.)

That was just too easy for my taste. The only part I got stuck on was the orange puzzle, and that was because I was really overthinking it. Everything else I got in about 2 minutes.

Wow this is the first dismantlement I solved with no help/hints what so ever =D and the cutest X3 Very straight forward and a pleasure to play. I wish my lunchbox was that cute and creative XD

I completely spaced on the first layer middle, which was a problem since that's a chokepoint -- if you don't get that you can't go anywhere else. I had to resort to the walkthrough. After that I breezed through the rest.

i tried it like you said and i don't get it.

The only part that made no sense to me was the very beginning. Maybe I'm spacing out, but I don't see how

the fork code translates to the top of the box.

Got the bear puzzle completely by accident on the first try.

Has anyone mentioned this one is pretty easy?
I admit that the first time through I misinterpreted the final puzzle as a

memory puzzle rather than a "look at this" puzzle

.

This one was pretty easy. I overcomplicated the last bit by trying to equate it to the number of each critter that showed up in the puzzles.

@ray9na:

The numbers tell you how many ducks are facing that direction.

I think this is the only dismantlement I've finished without spoilers :)

I liked that it was (so called) "easy".. much more fun :), but it really calls for compensation in puzzle amount.

(The lettuce took some figuring though).

I love these dismantlement games. This one was pretty easy. Out in ten minutes, didn't blow up once and didn't need any hints. Still good though.

Bomb!
Dismantle.
When will they make Dismatlement: Bomb?

@CJ haha you would think that would be the first one they would do LOL

and yay escaped without a walkthrough! :DD

This one is quite easy.I usually need help with dismantle series.but this one is not so hard,which I don't think is bad. Great game.

Every time there's a new dismantlement I hope this one is much more difficult than the last one. Sadly disappointed... again. Because they seem to get more and more easier. This one does take less than 3 - 4 minutes to complete.
Please, make the games more difficult, because the concept is fantastic and worth playing.

@Tenzhi:

Thanks! I see it now. :-P

As others other reiterated, definitely the easiest Dismantlement. However, it's one of the cutest, I think, hah. And since it had some reason to be so easy and short (the competition, which was brought up by Pidgeot), I don't mind too much, so long as the next one brings back some challenge.

hmmm, cant seem to get this one to play. gets stuck on the info about the amazon contest.

This one seemed easier than other dismantles which meant that I could actually do it without the walkthrough :)

Sorry, I have to vote this one down. Three stars.

I don't care how pretty it is--if it takes me three minutes to solve, they've dumbed it down.

(STILL haven't managed to work through Dismantlement:Fan; but I REFUSE to peek at the spoilers)

Too easy this one. Still love the series though.

Ah, I love the Dismantlement series!

I still can't figure out what to do with the orange, though... the walkthrough didn't help me much.

WTH is this supposed to mean?

Position the dials with each shape like a clock, so they match their position on the outside of the orange.

Guess I just worked too much today, hah. Any hints would be appreciated! :)

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