Myosotis: Chapter 1


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DoraMyosotis: Chapter 1Mike Morin (ImpendingRiot), the creator of the Alice is Dead series, finally makes his anticipated return to the point-and-click adventure scene with Myosotis: Chapter 1. In this solemn, moody noir-esque tale, you play as Rick, a private investigator who receives a letter from Lily, the woman he once loved, begging him to come meet her at a hotel. Although he hasn't seen or heard from her in years, his heart won't let him ignore her, and he decides to head to the hotel to look for her... you know, because that worked out so well for James Sunderland.

To play, just click on objects on the screen, and Rick will move towards them to interact if he can. Narration appears at the bottom of the screen as you move around and explore. Things quickly take a turn for the weird when Rick arrives at the hotel; it seems mostly deserted, and the only employee at the elevator claims to be expecting him. Just keep your wits about you and pay attention to your surroundings and any words you find, since puzzles are self-contained in each area.

Play the entire Myosotis series:
Myosotis: Chapter 1Myosotis: Chapter 2Myosotis: Chapter 3

Myosotis is definitely strange, but if there's one thing it really excels at, it's creating an air of mystery. The visuals are simple but evocative, and the music by the multi-talented Evil Dog and Hania Lee, is a perfect fit. As a first installment of a new series, while it's fairly short at around ten to fifteen minutes provided none of the puzzles stymie you, it also does an excellent job of snagging your interest and making you want to know more, especially in the final few rooms you'll encounter. Gorgeous, surreal, mysterious, and even a little bit creepy, Myosotis: Chapter 1 is more than worth the short time it'll take you to complete it, and will have you anxiously awaiting the next installment... and answers.

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Myosotis Ch 1 walkthrough

Intro

  • Keep clicking to the left until you get to the elevator.

  • Click on the man and wait for the elevator to open. Enter, then click the door on the left to enter the hotel room.

  • Look in the drawer to the right and click on the photo for a bit of story.

  • Then click the lamp on the left end table and enter the secret door.

What is the correct solution?

  • Click the items to pick your solution or solutions, then click the button on the right to confirm. A correct answer unlocks the door on the left.

  • The flickering part of the sign gives you a hint.

  • Since the "C" is flickering, select the items that start with "C" (the clock, cow, and cat). Hit the button on the right and exit the door on the left.

Read between the lines

  • Enter the code to open the door on the right. The lights above the door will tell you if you've entered the right key at the right time.

  • You can try to brute force a solution, or pick up the envelope under the door to the left and read the note for a clue.

    • The words "up," "down," "left," and "right" appear in sequence in the note and correspond with the four buttons. Enter the code from the note.

    • Up, Right, Down, Up, Left, Right

White Darkness

  • Darkness usually means you can't see something, but in this case the darkness is apparently white.

  • Flick the lightswitch to the right of the door. Click where the arrow says and enter the door that is revealed.

To open the door, two must make four

  • Walk over to the button. Push the button when the number that will open the door is shown on the screen.

  • The "two" in the clue refers to two digits.

  • The solution is "13", as 1 + 3 makes 4. Enter the door on the left

Remain calm

  • Click the man, and he will give you a clue.

  • Look in the man's bowl for another clue.

  • Click the panel next to the door on the left. Click the buttons to select the correct answers.

  • The letters in the bowl spell "green." Select only green foods for each of the three slots (celery, lettuce, broccoli). Enter the unlocked door on the left.

Finale

  • Keep proceeding left. Talk to the men and read the envelopes along the way for more clues about the story, though you don't have to.

  • When you enter the room with the body, click on the creepy eldritch box.

  • Watch the final scene. TO BE CONTINUED!

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Myosotis Ch 1 walkthrough

Intro

  • Keep clicking to the left until you get to the elevator.

  • Click on the man and wait for the elevator to open. Enter, then click the door on the left to enter the hotel room.

  • Look in the drawer to the right and click on the photo for a bit of story.

  • Then click the lamp on the left end table and enter the secret door.

What is the correct solution?

  • Click the items to pick your solution or solutions, then click the button on the right to confirm. A correct answer unlocks the door on the left.

  • The flickering part of the sign gives you a hint.

  • Since the "C" is flickering, select the items that start with "C" (the clock, cow, and cat). Hit the button on the right and exit the door on the left.

Read between the lines

  • Enter the code to open the door on the right. The lights above the door will tell you if you've entered the right key at the right time.

  • You can try to brute force a solution, or pick up the envelope under the door to the left and read the note for a clue.

    • The words "up," "down," "left," and "right" appear in sequence in the note and correspond with the four buttons. Enter the code from the note.

    • Up, Right, Down, Up, Left, Right

White Darkness

  • Darkness usually means you can't see something, but in this case the darkness is apparently white.

  • Flick the lightswitch to the right of the door. Click where the arrow says and enter the door that is revealed.

To open the door, two must make four

  • Walk over to the button. Push the button when the number that will open the door is shown on the screen.

  • The "two" in the clue refers to two digits.

  • The solution is "13", as 1 + 3 makes 4. Enter the door on the left

Remain calm

  • Click the man, and he will give you a clue.

  • Look in the man's bowl for another clue.

  • Click the panel next to the door on the left. Click the buttons to select the correct answers.

  • The letters in the bowl spell "green." Select only green foods for each of the three slots (celery, lettuce, broccoli). Enter the unlocked door on the left.

Finale

  • Keep proceeding left. Talk to the men and read the envelopes along the way for more clues about the story, though you don't have to.

  • When you enter the room with the body, click on the creepy eldritch box.

  • Watch the final scene. TO BE CONTINUED!

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More Please!

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What, I don't even.
This is a really nice beginning to the series, if quite short. Hopefully we'll learn some things in Chapter 2!

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I'd really like to know the name of Hania Lee's song that repeats through most of the game.

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That blew my mind a bit. Loved the background music, it set the tone perfectly.

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how do you actually start the game??? i can't start it.

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Amazing! I got chills down my spine...

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Does this game work on Macs? I'm trying to play it, but it isn't working properly.

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Never mind. I was not positioning that cursor just right. It seems a bit finicky at first...

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still can't start the game...please help...

[After the game loads, click "Play". Then, at the game's main menu, click "Play Myosotis Chapter 1". If you need more help than that, you'll have to be more specific with exactly what's wrong. Include your platform, browser, and Flash Player versions. -Jay]

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It's lovely, but the tiny hot spots might as well be pixel-hunting.

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Hey Upaut, I'm pretty sure the title of the song that's playing is called "Days Ahead".
Hope that helped!

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Good puzzles, intriguing story, and Hania Lee?

SOLD! Officially cannot wait for chapter 2.

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A bit underwhelming... mixing supernatural with noir didn't work half as good here as it did in AID.
The look was intriguing at first, but the lack of a mouseover indicator for stuff you can interact with drove it down. Not that there was much, besides the puzzle rooms.

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wildflower12 Author Profile Page December 17, 2011 9:05 PM

Best part about this game is the music. It is really beautiful!

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This seems like it should be a movie.

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It's okay. I like the visuals and the music, but the game leaves me feeling like it's trying to bite off more than it can chew.

If you hadn't mentioned the developer, I think I may have guessed it myself, simply because this game has the same shortcomings as his others. It pretends there's this compelling backstory we should care about, but there isn't, and I don't. It tries to be epic with it's emotion and storytelling, but again, you can't expect me to feel for characters just because you tell me to.

Maybe it's just me, and judging by the ratings most people probably disagree, but I think you have to earn your sequel. Or prequel.

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this game was so good must wait untill chapter 2.

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dylan gillis December 23, 2011 4:28 AM

what is the solution to open the door?

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I have to disagree about the soundtrack. It is a nice song, but I don't think it is a good choice for the game. A song with lyrics is too distracting while trying to read the marquee-like text.

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guys please tell me some name of the song on the background of this game is magnificent is beautiful I really like please tell me please

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The song by Hania Lee is called "Days Ahead."

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By the way, among other pieces, Hania also sings the song "Alice is Dead" from Alice is Dead: Episode 3.

Awesome voice, don't you think?

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the ending was absolutely shocking...

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He made this and Alice is Dead? I think I like this game creator :D

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Random Guy January 12, 2012 1:00 AM

@Upaut
The name of the song is Days Ahead.
(I really should get an account. I just have so many others already.)

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novascottch Author Profile Page January 30, 2013 5:29 PM

Art = yay
Music = freaking yay
Puzzles = alright
Freaking pixel hunt = F no.

I can click the same exact spot at least 100 times (no exaggeration)and nothing will happen. I have to baaaarely move the cursor and click eat spot like 50 times before it finally does something. Outwardly the game looks really good, but it's actually so shallow that it's not really worth the frustration. Sorry.

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