Find the Escape-Men 58: in the Studio


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Find the Escape-Men 58: in the Studio

DoraIn the latest little-green-man-centric escape game from no1game, Find the Escape-Men 58: in the Studio, you are but a humble painter who doesn't believe he (or she! or they!) has enough to make the woman of their dreams happy, so you head to the studio, determined to make a masterpiece for the ages... or at least for your bank account. That's what love is about... dollah dollah bills, y'all. In your quest for one of two different endings, all you have to do is click around to navigate and interact with items, solving puzzles and tracking down all the itty-bitty green creepers hiding throughout your studio.

Like all of no1game's titles, it's cleverly crafted and to the point, though it might lack enough real creative wiz to make it particularly memorable or difficult. At the same time, like the staggering number of games in this quirky little series that have come before it, it's cute, silly, and the perfect enjoyable size to brighten your day without commitment... even if this does just add to my increasing phobia of being able to do anything in my own house without being creeped on by little green men hiding in my bathroom.

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Find the Escape-Men 58: in the Studio Walkthrough

Good End

  1. Click the top of the potted plant to zoom in.

    • You'll find the first ESCAPE-MAN (1/10) on the leaves at the lower right section of the plant.

  2. Inspect the base of the potted plant to find a PAINTBRUSH.

  3. Back up, then examine the window next.

    • Collect the ESCAPE-MAN (2/10) on the bottom left corner of the window frame.

  4. Move back and turn left to face the easel. Click the easel for a closer look

    • Pick up the BLUE STONE at the bottom left area of the blank painting.

    • There's also a grey (instead of green) escape-man at the top right corner, but you can't collect it just yet.

  5. Next, look on the top of the small table beside the easel to find a PALETTE and a small tube of BLUE PAINT.

    • Examine the BLUE PAINT in your inventory. Click the tube to turn it around to find an ESCAPE-MAN (3/10).

  6. Turn left once towards the side of the room with three paintings hanging on the wall.

    • There are a few important details worth nothing on these paintings. Firstly, the background color as well as the order of the red and blue dots within each painting.

    • The background of the left painting is green. The order of the dots in this painting from left to right is Red - Blue - Blue.

    • The middle painting is yellow. The order of these dots is Blue - Red - Blue.

    • And finally, the right painting is purple. The order of the dots on this painting is Red - Blue - Red.

  7. Click the blank canvases leaning against the cabinet to lift them.

    • On the front of the fifth canvas you'll discover another ESCAPE-MAN (4/10).

  8. Click the cabinet for a close-up view.

    • Lift the left apple on top of the cabinet to reveal an ESCAPE-MAN (5/10).

    • Lift the second apple from the right next and take the RED STONE underneath.

    • Examine the right side of the cabinet, and take the small tube of GREEN PAINT on the floor.

      • Inspect the GREEN PAINT in your inventory. Click the tube to squeeze out another ESCAPE-MAN (6/10).

    • Open the middle cabinet drawer to find the ESCAPE-MAN (7/10).

    • Now open the left drawer. Inside you'll see a tube of YELLOW PAINT and the letter "R" with a white outline on the back wall of the drawer.

    • Open the right drawer. On the back wall of this drawer is the letter "B" outlined. So left is R and right is B.

  9. Back away from the cabinets and turn right towards the easel again. Click the easel to zoom in.

    • Examine the PALETTE in your inventory.

      • Use the BLUE PAINT and then the YELLOW PAINT on the palette to create a mixture of green paint.

    • Dip the PAINTBRUSH into the mixture to coat it with green paint.

  10. Paint the grey escape-man at the top right corner of the canvas with the green paint on the PAINTBRUSH, then click the painted ESCAPE-MAN (8/10) to collect it.

  11. Move back and turn right twice to face the statue.

  12. Click the left side of the statue's base to look around it.

    • Note the arrow pointing to the right above the three squares and the color of these squares: Purple - Green - Yellow.

    • Take the ESCAPE-MAN (9/10) beside the square pattern.

  13. Back up from the base of the statue and then inspect the top of the statue.

    • The tears on the statue are clickable, but don't yet have any effect because the statue is missing something. Recall the clue from the cabinet drawers to figure out what to add to the statue's face.

      • The outline on the drawer is shaped exactly like the statue's eyes. Remember that the left eye was marked R and the right eye was marked B.

      • Put the RED STONE in the left eye and the BLUE STONE in the right eye.

    • Now you have everything prepared, but you still need to know the correct order to click the tears. Simply combine the information from the two clues you found earlier to solve the puzzle.

      • The red and blue dots in the paintings you saw earlier give you the three codes.

      • The square pattern at the base of the statue tells you the order to enter those three codes in: purple, then green, then yellow.

      • So the purple painting is first: Red - Blue - Red. The green painting is second: Red - Blue - Blue. And the yellow painting is last: Blue - Red - Blue.

      • Click the left tear for each red dot and the right tear for each blue dot.

      • The final solution is:

        • Left - Right - Left

        • Left - Right - Right

        • Right - Left - Right

    • Take the ESCAPE-MAN (10/10) from the opened panel at the center of the statue.

Bad End

  • At any point in the game you can turn to the exit and click the blue door to open it.

  • If you wish to continue playing instead of leaving, simply click the second option.

  • Otherwise, click the first option to complete the game early and receive the "bad end".

12 Comments

Hint for the two endings:

There is a good ending (find all 10 green men and go through the door) and a bad ending (going through the door without all the 10 green men)

Also:

There is no bathroom ;-)

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I never said there was a bathroom. I said the freaky prominence of little green men hiding everywhere was making me worried about mine. ;)

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Leemondo Author Profile Page July 29, 2013 1:28 PM

Where is that last little blighter!!

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Leemondo Author Profile Page July 29, 2013 1:34 PM

Got it!

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I don't think they're in your bathroom anymore. But they may be repelled by jalapeos.

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Find the Escape-Men 58: in the Studio Walkthrough

Good End

  1. Click the top of the potted plant to zoom in.

    • You'll find the first ESCAPE-MAN (1/10) on the leaves at the lower right section of the plant.

  2. Inspect the base of the potted plant to find a PAINTBRUSH.

  3. Back up, then examine the window next.

    • Collect the ESCAPE-MAN (2/10) on the bottom left corner of the window frame.

  4. Move back and turn left to face the easel. Click the easel for a closer look

    • Pick up the BLUE STONE at the bottom left area of the blank painting.

    • There's also a grey (instead of green) escape-man at the top right corner, but you can't collect it just yet.

  5. Next, look on the top of the small table beside the easel to find a PALETTE and a small tube of BLUE PAINT.

    • Examine the BLUE PAINT in your inventory. Click the tube to turn it around to find an ESCAPE-MAN (3/10).

  6. Turn left once towards the side of the room with three paintings hanging on the wall.

    • There are a few important details worth nothing on these paintings. Firstly, the background color as well as the order of the red and blue dots within each painting.

    • The background of the left painting is green. The order of the dots in this painting from left to right is Red - Blue - Blue.

    • The middle painting is yellow. The order of these dots is Blue - Red - Blue.

    • And finally, the right painting is purple. The order of the dots on this painting is Red - Blue - Red.

  7. Click the blank canvases leaning against the cabinet to lift them.

    • On the front of the fifth canvas you'll discover another ESCAPE-MAN (4/10).

  8. Click the cabinet for a close-up view.

    • Lift the left apple on top of the cabinet to reveal an ESCAPE-MAN (5/10).

    • Lift the second apple from the right next and take the RED STONE underneath.

    • Examine the right side of the cabinet, and take the small tube of GREEN PAINT on the floor.

      • Inspect the GREEN PAINT in your inventory. Click the tube to squeeze out another ESCAPE-MAN (6/10).

    • Open the middle cabinet drawer to find the ESCAPE-MAN (7/10).

    • Now open the left drawer. Inside you'll see a tube of YELLOW PAINT and the letter "R" with a white outline on the back wall of the drawer.

    • Open the right drawer. On the back wall of this drawer is the letter "B" outlined. So left is R and right is B.

  9. Back away from the cabinets and turn right towards the easel again. Click the easel to zoom in.

    • Examine the PALETTE in your inventory.

      • Use the BLUE PAINT and then the YELLOW PAINT on the palette to create a mixture of green paint.

    • Dip the PAINTBRUSH into the mixture to coat it with green paint.

  10. Paint the grey escape-man at the top right corner of the canvas with the green paint on the PAINTBRUSH, then click the painted ESCAPE-MAN (8/10) to collect it.

  11. Move back and turn right twice to face the statue.

  12. Click the left side of the statue's base to look around it.

    • Note the arrow pointing to the right above the three squares and the color of these squares: Purple - Green - Yellow.

    • Take the ESCAPE-MAN (9/10) beside the square pattern.

  13. Back up from the base of the statue and then inspect the top of the statue.

    • The tears on the statue are clickable, but don't yet have any effect because the statue is missing something. Recall the clue from the cabinet drawers to figure out what to add to the statue's face.

      • The outline on the drawer is shaped exactly like the statue's eyes. Remember that the left eye was marked R and the right eye was marked B.

      • Put the RED STONE in the left eye and the BLUE STONE in the right eye.

    • Now you have everything prepared, but you still need to know the correct order to click the tears. Simply combine the information from the two clues you found earlier to solve the puzzle.

      • The red and blue dots in the paintings you saw earlier give you the three codes.

      • The square pattern at the base of the statue tells you the order to enter those three codes in: purple, then green, then yellow.

      • So the purple painting is first: Red - Blue - Red. The green painting is second: Red - Blue - Blue. And the yellow painting is last: Blue - Red - Blue.

      • Click the left tear for each red dot and the right tear for each blue dot.

      • The final solution is:

        • Left - Right - Left

        • Left - Right - Right

        • Right - Left - Right

    • Take the ESCAPE-MAN (10/10) from the opened panel at the center of the statue.

Bad End

  • At any point in the game you can turn to the exit and click the blue door to open it.

  • If you wish to continue playing instead of leaving, simply click the second option.

  • Otherwise, click the first option to complete the game early and receive the "bad end".

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neo1973 Author Profile Page July 29, 2013 3:50 PM

Has anyone figured out how to get these games to run in Firefox? Is there a add-on I need to disable?

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MrsRavoon Author Profile Page July 29, 2013 4:39 PM

I wouldn't have bothered looking for the other ending if I'd known that

it was basically a "panda".

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Took me a bit, the hardest part was, not kidding, realizing where to put the red & blue stone.

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@Neo I played the game successfully on FF. Do you have some kind of blocker? With NoScript it's the usual dropdown and then allow. I'm pretty sure this isn't a case of a country restriction, though I could be mistaken.

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neo1973 Author Profile Page July 29, 2013 6:35 PM

@Shu - I don't really have any addons of that sort, other than the popup blocker FF comes with. I have never been able to open the Escape-Man games in FF, though. Maybe its my comp? Idk.

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@Neo I had the same problem. Allow ads for the page (disable the adblocker) Hope that works as I enjoy his games!

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