Sometimes Sunny Hold


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Sometimes Sunny Hold

elleWelcome to Sometimes Sunny Hold, Haretoki's marvelous fun factory, where every surface is made of fun toys to play with and fun gadgets to explore! Yes, it is fun I tell you; please don't bang your head against the wall like that. Although there's no turning away from the comically complicated contraptions and delirious devices, things are not as devious as they seem. No matter how trapped you feel, no matter how futile your efforts to make sense of that hinge thingy, I'm not kidding you, escape is possible. After all, I wouldn't be here to tell you about it if it wasn't.

Sometimes Sunny HoldDespite looking complicated, the interface is pretty intuitive and will be old hat to anyone familiar with escape games. Just in case you're new to this: navigate by clicking the grey bar that appears at the edge of the screen to turn or back up. Clicking on certain objects will zoom you in for a better look or will grab them for your inventory. You can then use an inventory item by highlighting it or examine it in detail by double-clicking. Although there's only one ending, using the "save" feature will help you take a break to regain sanity. Finally, you'll be well-equipped for puzzle solving by combining certain items, correctly using others, and making inferences from the clues which are nestled into the room's fixtures and furnishing.

The static cursor adds to a couple instances that would be pixel hunts except Haretoki dropped hints here and there, alerting us to the hunt. Because the puzzle presentation is semi nonlinear, the greatest difficulty comes in the beginning until you tick off some puzzles from your checklist, lessening the slew of clues and narrowing the possibilities. Admittedly, not everyone will call this game his idea of fun. So maybe it seems designed by a third-grader on a Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs bender, and maybe Sometimes Sunny Hold sometimes seems illogical, but as odd and befuddling this place is on first beholding, there's near lyrical perfection in its creative logic and inventive construction. Cool stuff will unfold if you have the patience or mental tenacity to solve your way out. So don't hold back—let Haretoki's fantastical architecture work its wonkiness while you work your way to freedom.

Play Sometimes Sunny Hold

Thanks to John and Cyberjar88 for sending this one in!

Walkthrough Guide


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Sometimes Sunny Hold Walkthrough

Since a lot of the puzzles can be done in any order, this walkthrough is organized by puzzle. But, if you want step-by-step through the whole game, just start with the first spoiler and work your way down. Thank you for visiting elle's walkthrough and have a great day!

Two Buttons: Left and Right

  1. When you begin the game, you're facing a door that folds down and locks you in. From here, turn right.

  2. Now you're facing a six-spoke wheel thing, a green 2 and, right in the middle of the wall, two square buttons.

  3. Zoom in on the "steps" just below those two buttons, and lift up the blue "Hare toki" flap to find...

    • a SCREWDRIVER. Take it.

  4. After getting the screwdriver, turn right to see a wall-mounted monitor and a cabinet with three doors. Zoom in on the lower right side of the cabinet:

    • Use your SCREWDRIVER to remove the screw.

    • Open the cabinet door and take the HINGE-LIKE PART.

      • Examine the other side of the HINGE for a clue.

      • 4R,4L,1R

  5. Back up from the cabinet where you got the hinge and turn left to face the wall with the two square buttons.

  6. Zoom in on the two buttons:

    • Using the clue you just found, press the two buttons in the correct sequence.

    • SOLUTION:

      As shown on the back of the hinge-thing...
      Click the RIGHT 4 times, then click the LEFT 4 times, then click the RIGHT once.

    • When done correctly, you'll hear an unlock sound and the border will turn blue.

  7. Open the panel behind the two square buttons to get:

    • a grey block with a ROUND BUTTON on it.

4-Digit Code: Top Cabinet Door

  1. After obtaining the "grey ROUND BUTTON block", turn twice to face a green 1 and, to the right of the 1, a black shelf sticking out of the wall.

  2. Examine the black shelf to see it has a panel with a digital "8" display on it and four small lights...

    • Put the grey block with ROUND BUTTON into the right side of the panel and now you have a way to operate the display.

    • Press the button several times, taking careful note of how the number display changes and which of the four indicator lights turns red.

  3. Back up from the black shelf and turn left to view the cabinet again. Zoom in on the cabinet's top left side:

    • Using the smaller buttons above and below each letter box to change the letters, input the correct 4-digit code.

    • SOLUTION:

      The four tiny lights on the digital panel/black shelf indicated which digit was being displayed as you pressed the round grey button. But, the first and fourth letters were given in two parts. After pressing the button six times, you should have all the needed parts to get the answer...
      E F A d

      Screenshot: 4-Letter Code Solution

    • When done, press the long rectangular button to input the answer. The border turns blue and you'll hear an unlatching sound.

  4. Back up and open the top cabinet door to get:

    • Some kind of BASE/BOARD (what would you call it?)

      • Connect the HINGE-LIKE THING (from the two-button puzzle) to the BASE/BOARD to create a new part: a BASE WITH A HINGE-ROD THING ON IT.

Asterisk-Shaped Six Lever Puzzle

  1. Turn to face the green "1" and examine the design of that box on the floor next to it.

    • It has six channeled groves, each of which has a lever that you can slide into one of three positions.

    • The top spoke is the exception: it's shorter and has only two lever positions.

  2. If you search the room for something else that looks like that six-spoke lever puzzle, you'll find a six-spoke wheel thing...

    • Notice that each spoke on this thing has a black segment.

    • From the asterisk-shaped lever puzzle you saw earlier, you know this thing should have a shorter spoke, too...so look for where you might remove one of the segments...

      • Closely examine the southeast spoke and you'll see a little red button nestled in between the segments.

      • Press the button and take the WHITE SEGMENT PIECE.

    • Now back up and examine the altered six-spoke wheel...which its one shortened segment, you now have the clue you need.

  3. Go back to the asterisk-shaped six lever puzzle:

    • Slide each of the black levers to the correct positions.

    • SOLUTION:

      Match the shorter grove on this puzzle to the shorter segment of the six-spoke wheel. Then, match the black levers to the positions of the black segments...
      Screenshot: Asterisk Puzzle Solution

    • When correct, the border turns blue and you hear an unlatching sound.

  4. Back up and get the CRANK HANDLE.

3 Green Numbers

  1. This baffling has an important clue hidden in the wall-mounted monitor. To operate the monitor, though, you'll need to find the connector cable....

    • If you haven't already, note how the asterisk-shaped puzzle has one shorter arm.

    • Go over to the six-spoke wheel and examine the southeast spoke. There you can press a hidden button to remove the segment.

    • Now, look at that WHITE SPOKE SEGMENT in your inventory:

      • Open it to find a red CONNECTOR CABLE.

  2. Once you find the connector CABLE, open the panel under the monitor and plug it in.

    • Now three sets of numbers will appear on the monitor's display. Take note of what you see.

    • Then, go around the room and make note of the types of green plastic "Snap Together" toys you see for each number.

  3. Turn back to the three-cupboard cabinet and zoom in on the bottom left door:

    • Based on the clues found on the monitor, around the room, and in the puzzle itself, input the correct 3-digit number.

    • SOLUTION:

      The thing to note is how "1" has only one green segment, "2" has two green connecting parts and "3" has three... so if you think about how the pieces fit together, you can deduce the numbers you need to make according to the directions on the monitor.
      8 3 6
      Screenshot: Green Numbers Solution

    • After entering the correct code, press the rectangular button; if correct, the border turns blue.

  4. Open this cupboard door to get:

    • a BATTERY.

The Silver Key

  1. For each door opened on the three-cupboard cabinet, one of its red lights will turn blue. When all three doors have been opened a panel will open up below the three blue lights...

    • take the SILVER KEY.

  2. Turn around to face the door flap and insert the SILVER KEY into the keyhole, press the button and...watch the fun!

Four Corners and a Square: Five Buttons

  1. Now the room is tilted...sort of. See the red half-arrow at the corner of the door jam? Follow it to view a newly revealed clue...

  2. Several sets of four squares. A red line indicates the order.

    Screenshot: four squares clue

  3. Back up from there and turn around twice. Now you see a new door. Zoom in to the right of this new door, on a panel with five shapes: four corners and a solid square....

    • Press each of this uniquely shaped buttons in the correct sequence.

    • SOLUTION:

      Think of the black squares on the clue as simply not there and look at the shape left behind by the remaining squares. Those shapes can match up to the shape of the buttons and following the red line will indicate the sequence in which to press them...
      Screenshot: Five Buttons Sequence Solution

    • When done correctly, the panels above the five buttons open up and you can get...

      • a GEARS AND ROD thing.

      • attach that to your BASE/BOARD thingy, along with the other parts, and you start to see you're making a VEHICLE.

"Gun" and 3x3 Grid

  1. To the left of the new door is a hole. Put the CRANK HANDLE into this hole.

    • Now turn the crank and keep turning, making careful note of direction each arrow shown on the display next to it.

  2. Turn left and see a 3x3 grid on the wall. Zoom in on it:

    • The object is to fill press each button, turning it blue, in the correct sequence.

    • You must use the directions given by the arrows (while turning the crank handle).

    • HINT:

      That the clue isn't delivered from the starting position might be misleading. The idea is: there is only one way you can follow the arrows that would correctly fit on the board. Once you figure out where to start, the rest is gravy.

      SOLUTION:

      The only place you can start, and still follow the arrows, is the top right corner square. So start by pressing the upper right corner square...THEN, from that position go:
      DOWN, DOWN, LEFT, LEFT, UP, RIGHT, UP, LEFT

    • If you did that correctly, you will have filled the board with blue squares all while following the arrows. The border will turn blue and the panel will open.

      • Get the CORK CARTRIDGE.

  3. Turn twice until you can see an arched tunnelway in the wall. On the floor, below that, is an open grey box. Look inside...

    • ...pick up a scoped GUN.

    • Now, attach the CORK CARTRIDGE to the GUN BASE.

Four Letter Puzzle "Up Above"

  1. Turn to face the door view. To the right of the door, low on the wall, is a black panel. Open it up:

    • Flip the switch.

    • A new puzzle has been activated.

  2. When you back away from the switch, you'll see the yet-to-be-solved puzzle...up above, too high to reach.

  3. Look through your CORK GUN's scope to get a close-up view of the puzzle. The cork allows you to aim and hit each button. Kind of nifty! But, you still need a clue...

  4. Turn to the left and you'll see the "HARE TOKI" flap is hanging down. Get a better look at it:

    • Lifting the flap up and down, you can see the white "hinges" actually make a word: HAPPY.

  5. Go back to the door view and use your CORK GUN again to view the puzzle up above:

    • Change each of the letters to spell out the needed code word:

    • SOLUTION:

      H A P Y
      Then click the button below the "P" to put the "x2" there.

    • After you've spelled the code word, click the long rectangular button at the bottom. When correct, you'll hear something fall to the floor.

  6. Back up, and zoom in on the green case (which has tumbled to the left of the door).

    • Click on the green case to pour out its contents then pick up FOUR WHEELS.

    • Attach the four wheels to the VEHICLE BASE to make a sort of CAR.

Car in Tunnel and the Gold Key

  1. Turn right from the door and examine the niche in the wall with the arched tunnel.

    • Place the BATTERY in the receptacle on the left side of the road.

    • Then, put the completed CAR (base, two hingy/rod things, and four wheels) on the road.

  2. A flap will lift up, revealing a button. Press the button and watch the car drive into the tunnel. When it returns...

    • get the GOLD KEY.

  3. Turn left, go up to the door, and use the GOLD KEY in the keyhole.

  4. To exit: click on the doorknob.

Congratulations!
(This game has only one ending.)

47 Comments

The Sometimes Sunny games never load for me. Any suggestions?

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Alright, most of these puzzles are pretty straightforward, but the green block one has got me. Any help?

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For anyone stuck or confused by the green number puzzle

You need to look closer at the white and black star/wheel thing. One of the parts is clickable.

In it you'll find a red cord which connects the two wire ends in the panel in the wall. There, with the power connected, you'll find a big clue.

Each number means how many green squares need to be in that area, 1, 2 or 3. From there you should be able to mentally assemble the 3 digits.

The solution is

8-3-6

I explained that badly but I hope it helps someone. I was stumped until I looked up a video walkthrough and realised I'd missed a pixel hunting area.

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SonicLover Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 10:03 AM

I beat this game without help. Here's how I found the annoying hotspot Dandy mentioned...

I noticed that each spoke in the black-and-white wheel had three segments, but one of the corresponding switches was smaller and only had two positions. I'm familiar with the sort of curveball Haretoki likes to throw, so I went and reexamined all the spokes of the wheel, and lo and behold, one of the segments came off.

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Thanks for the help, SonicLover. I give two thumbs down to that puzzle, though.

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Okay, most of that was fairly logical, except for the digit puzzle which I still don't know how works. The puzzle with the hotspot does seem illogical but once you notice what SonicLover pointed out, it makes sense, though you still have to guess which one to click on.

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baileydonk Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 11:54 AM

Any hint on how to use the

gun-like device that I have assembled?

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baileydonk Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 11:56 AM

Never mind - power of posting.

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LightWarriorK Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 12:27 PM

Alright, I made it through the

green square digit puzzle

and the

tetris-like puzzle

without any help, but for the life of me, I can't figure out the

9-digit keypad. I think it has something to do with the HAPPY sign, but I'm just stumped. I'm sure it's right in front of my face.

So disappointing....I can usually finish these ones without walkthroughs. Maybe after lunch.....

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Here's the trick about the green number puzzle:

The clues around the room are actually worthless. All you need is the computer monitor and the place where you actually enter the code. If you look at the latter location, you can see what each number looks like, and how they are made up of the little green blocks. From there it's extremely simple pattern matching to figure out which numbers are the right ones.

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I'm stuck :(

I think I need to write 'hapy' in the box with the x2 on it, and use the x2 on the p, but I can't change the letters or anything. The walls are still all tippy-uppy, do I need to bring them back down again? I've tried clicking the button that tipped them up in the first place but it's not doing anything.

Thanks!

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icovtria:

You need to assemble something from two parts, and that something will be able to reach the button via a cork.

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LightWarriorK:

If you're talking about the 3x3 grid where the buttons go between blue and white when you click them, you need a clue in the form of directions, for which you'll need a handle.

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LightWarriorK Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 12:45 PM

Nevermind, I got it. :P

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Thanks! Unfortunately

I have no cork. I haven't solved the 3x3 square yet; I can't see anything that could be a clue for it either. I've made a weird thing, but I think it was from three parts, and I've got a gun that I've done nothing with.

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LightWarriorK Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 12:48 PM

Hehe, thanks ThemePark, I was solving it as you were posting. :D

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icvotria:

It's the gun that you need, BUT it has two parts which you must combine first. Then you'll have a cork gun which you can use to reach that button.

As for the 3x3 puzzle:

You'll need a handle which can be attached to a hole on the brick wall. Then you turn the handle to get your clue for the 3x3 puzzle.

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Really enjoyed this one, extremely logic and open enough to still confuse the player.

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Thanks! I'm still not getting it though... Perhaps one more little nudge?

Are the directions the only clue for the grid? I don't get how they pertain to it. Also, I'm assuming the sequence starts with the handle up, but I've forgotten where it was when I put it on.

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jason9045 Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 1:06 PM

The 3x3 puzzle clues are more straightforward than they appear at first.

The first arrow isn't the one with the crank at 12 o'clock, and the starting button isn't where 1 would be on a phone keypad.

The two of those clues together only work with one position and one starting button.

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The 9X9 grid is really tricky, because the only clue about where to start is that there's only one way to follow the arrows that will allow you to press all the buttons. You just have to fool around with different starting points until it clicks.

Here's where to start if you need it:

The upper right hand corner

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Aaaaaaaaaaah, it is done. Thanks for all the help!

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jason9045 Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 1:11 PM

For the 3x3 puzzle, you only need to know two things.

Which crank position to start with, and which button to start with.

Button:

Look at the sequence of arrows. See anything to help you narrow down what row and column you want?

Looking at the sequence of arrows, you have two down arrows next to each other, which means you'll be starting in the top row. Two left arrows next to each other puts you at the top-right button.

Crank:

Once you get the button right, it's just a matter of experimenting with which crank position you want to start with. It's not the 12 o'clock one, but try starting at each one and you'll get the right one soon enough.

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jason9045 Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 1:14 PM

Sorry about the two posts, I think the comment box tried to blow up on me. Feel free to delete the first one (and this one too, of course).

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@Carolyn Hall: this might not be the case right here, or not for you, but..
i've noticed than on certain (japanese games) pages, the flash doesn't appear if i leave my adblocker on - once i allow it for just this page and refresh the browser, it works. of course, sometimes it might be better to miss a game than deactivate the adblocker and allow trackers etc ~

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walkthrough anyone?

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MrsRavoon Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 4:59 PM

Hint for the red segments puzzle? I can see that they represent

letters A-H

and that pushing the big button

produces a repeating cycle

six-part

but??

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MrsRavoon Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 5:00 PM

Hint for the red segments puzzle? I can see that they represent

letters A-H

and that pushing the big button

produces a repeating cycle

six-part

but??

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ThemePark Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 5:08 PM

MrsRavoon:

Notice that there are four small lights. Some of them light up more than once but with different segments. So put together all the segments for each lamp, and read the letters you get from the leftmost lamp to the rightmost lamp.

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MrsRavoon Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 5:17 PM

Themepark: Thanks for responding. Would have preferred a hint instead of instructions, though.

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ok elle. it's almost 5:00 pm here central time. hope it won't be long :)

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I agree with Elle. I liked the community of helping each other out and waiting a couple of hours before posting a walkthrough.

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Yesh, I like the walkthrough delay.

I liked the ideas in this, but that one somewhat-pixel hunting bit was way too early in the escape. Very easy to throw in the towel, when that was a one-two punch if you weren't familiar with this developer. And they could've used

the re-orientation of the asterisk thing as a late-game puzzle. I was surprised that didn't happen.

That's gotta be one of my favorite branding moments, that was cute.

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ThemePark Author Profile Page January 16, 2014 9:02 PM

Okay, I just realized something that FINALLY makes the digit puzzle make sense to me!

I thought that since there were 9 groups of 2 digits, each group referred to one part of a digit, thus top left, top right, middle and so on. And that each digit in each group referred to one of the 3 numbers needed.

As it turns out, it's actually 3 columns of digits instead. So think of them as rectangles with 6 points instead, where each digit tells you how many green squares should be there. And since all squares must fit together, you can then figure out where to place them and thus what number they form.

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Really good escape, thanks for the help! We were talking about reviews earlier in the week- for me this review didn't really add to my experience of the game other than letting know it had only one ending.

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The 3x3 grid (9 button) puzzle is not as tricky or difficult as it first appears.

If you try to guess both the starting button and the starting point in the sequence of moves, there are 72 possible combinations.

Don't worry about which button you should start on. Instead, just worry about figuring out which of the eight possible starting points in the sequence of arrows will ultimately give you a 3x3 grid.

Get a piece of paper and a pencil. Don't draw a grid. Just draw one button. Pick a starting point in the sequence to try and draw the first arrow on your button. Draw draw another button on the side the arrow points toward. Continue until you either move too far to fit in a 3x3 grid, circle around and run into yourself, or make a 3x3 grid.

If either of the first two happens, start over with the next arrow in the grid as your starting button.

Once you do make your grid, you will know where your starting point is and will have solved it with a maximum of 8 guesses instead of 72.

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Actually, no, I take that back- the summary was good- it was just the extended version that seemed a bit overly-wordy without saying much... :)

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elle:

Thank you for the walkthrough. :)

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Not my favorite of the "Sometimes" series...but hope to see more since I've enjoyed all the others!

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marshalljpeters Author Profile Page March 2, 2014 8:43 PM

The game doesn't load for me, even with adblocker turned off. I've tried it in Firefox, Chrome, and IE.

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My problem with the "Asterisk-Shaped" puzzle was:

I first started replicating the black segments of the "asterisk" on the wall exactly as shown. Then I thought, "Maybe, since it's on the opposite side of the room, it's a mirror-image of the thing on the wall." And that worked. Pure coincidence... which kept me from investigating the "asterisk" object further.

It wasn't until reading comments mentioning a pixel hunt, and clicking EVERYTHING in the room, that I discovered I'd gotten the right answer the wrong way. :P

Also, the puzzle late in the game with the four-letter code

REALLY could have used an animation to show what was going on. It would have helped clarify...but also would have been entertaining :)

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The pixel hunt wasn't that great and the 3x3 grid seemed very "trial and error" but still a great game.

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