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The Holidays are Over

GrinnypWhile the winter holidays like Christmas are a riot of brightness and warmth to offset the lengthiest night of the year, eventually the celebration is over and it becomes time to take down the decorations, extinguish the twinkling lights, and face the long, dark wait until spring. After the holidays is a contemplative interval, and a perfect setting for one of Tomatea's quiet, Zen-like room escapes. Isn't it nice that they've filled the void with their latest, The Holidays are Over?

The Holidays are OverClick your way around this calm, quiet room aided by the glow-top cursor that highlights areas of interest. A wide variety of interesting puzzles await the intrepid explorer and gives a quiet last hurrah and fare-thee-well to the season of lights. The Holidays are Over features logical puzzles and a fantastic control structure including an easy to use inventory and the ability to save your game and come back later. The glowing cursor eliminates most pixel hunting, and the only potential downside is the many color-based puzzles which may not be accessible to all. Entertaining whatever the time of year, The Holidays are Over is another exquisite escape from the fertile mind of Tomatea. Let's Celebrate!

Play The Holidays are Over

Thanks to Celli for sending this one in!

Walkthrough Guide


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To apologize for my spam, a colorblind-friendly walkthrough.

You start off facing a table with a CHRISTMAS TREE on it. We'll call this the NORTH WALL.

Zoom in on the CHRISTMAS TREE. Note the hot spots. Take the STAR.

Examine the STAR. It's a puzzle we don't yet know how to solve. Close out of item view.

Zoom out and back in to the table. Right now, the only drawer we can open is the bottom one, so do that and get an ORNAMENT (1/9).

Navigate right to the EAST WALL.

Zoom in on the chair to the left and get an ORNAMENT (2/9).

Check out the PICTURE to the right of the chair. We'll have to come back once we have a SCREWDRIVER.

Zoom out, then in on the SNOWGLOBES to the right.

Lift each snowglobe. From left to right, the symbols are a blocky "u", "c", "n", and "backwards c".

Zoom out and in to the table in the middle. How can we apply the clues from the SNOWGLOBES?

Top middle, right middle, bottom middle, left middle. Now click the button below to enter the code.

Take the GNOME and the BLUE SQUARE, and flick the switch. The tabletop is now BLUE.

Navigate right to the SOUTH WALL. I see the Fifth Doctor was in charge of decorations here. :)

We don't yet know the solutions to the table-door codes, but take a good look at the candles and the posters.

The poster on the left shows two BIG CANDLES, two MEDIUM CANDLES, and two SMALL CANDLES. The poster on the right shows a BIG SNOWFLAKE, a MEDIUM SNOWFLAKE, and a SMALL SNOWFLAKE.

On the left table, take ORNAMENT (3/9) and note that the BIG CANDLE is BLUE, the MEDIUM CANDLE is YELLOW, and the SMALL CANDLE is RED. On the right table, note that the BIG CANDLE is RED, the MEDIUM CANDLE is BLUE, and the SMALL CANDLE is YELLOW. On both tables, you are reminded that yellow and blue make green, red and blue make purple, and red and yellow make orange.

Navigate right to the WEST WALL.

Zoom in on the table and bring up the puzzle. It's a jumbled picture, and it's missing a piece. Good thing we have it in our inventory. Put the BLUE SQUARE in the jumble, and it's ready to be solved (by swapping pieces). Get ORNAMENT (4/9) and a WIND-UP KEY.

Examine the WIND-UP KEY to discover that it has numbers on its back: 986. Close out of item view and flick the switch to make the tabletop GREEN.

Zoom in on the box to the left. There are three snowflakes, and we need to fill in the colors. This is where we put together the clues from the SOUTH WALL.

We combine the colors of the two BIG CANDLES (BLUE and RED make PURPLE) for the first snowflake, the two MEDIUM CANDLES (YELLOW and BLUE make GREEN) for the middle snowflake, and the two SMALL CANDLES (RED and YELLOW make ORANGE) for the right snowflake. For the colorblind, that's 4 clicks on the left, 6 clicks on the middle, and 2 clicks on the right.

This looks like something we'll have to come back to later, but we can certainly make note of the symbols as long as we're here. On the left, there's a large circle circumscribing a medium diamond circumscribing a small square. In the middle, there's a large diamond circumscribing a medium square circumscribing a small circle. On the right, there's a large square circumscribing a medium circle circumscribing a small diamond. And the box is divided into a 3x3 grid.

Zoom out and in to the table on the right. It's a SLEIGH!

Touch the SLEIGH and use the WIND-UP KEY on it. Take back the WIND-UP KEY and press the button to watch the runners move: L L R L R L.

Navigate right back to the NORTH WALL.

Zoom in on the table to the right. There's a CLOCK, but the little light is red. Turn it around and use the WIND-UP KEY on it. Take the WIND-UP KEY back if you like, and turn the clock back around. The little light is now green. Push the button by the light and watch the hands move: Just past 10:00, 6:00, 3:00, just past 7:00.

Zoom out and in on the table under the CHRISTMAS TREE. Select the drawer with the four circles as the puzzle.

Click each circle so that the blue dot on the edge is about where the CLOCK hand was.

Collect the SCREWDRIVER.

Navigate to the EAST WALL.

Zoom in on the left side and select the PICTURE.

Use the SCREWDRIVER on the PICTURE. You only have to click one screw, and it will animate the rest. Now remove the back and get the WRINKLED PAPER.

Examine the WRINKLED PAPER and click it to unfold it. It shows one RED square at the top, one square each on the left and right, and two squares on the bottom. Surely this is a clue to something.

Navigate to the SOUTH WALL. We now know how to solve the table-door puzzles.

Zoom in on the table to the left. It wants 3 numbers.

Remember the WIND-UP KEY? Input 986.

Get the HAPPY DWARF and flick the switch so the tabletop turns YELLOW.

Now go to the table to the right.

Remember the SLEIGH? Press L L R L R L, then enter.

Get the WAVING DWARF.

Examine the WAVING DWARF. Is that a KEY he's holding? Get the KEY. Close out of item view and flick the switch so that the tabletop turns PURPLE.

Navigate back to the NORTH WALL.

Zoom in on the table under the CHRISTMAS TREE. Use the KEY from the WAVING DWARF to unlock the top drawer. Get the SCISSORS. Flick the switch and turn the tabletop RED. Hmm. How did we guess that it would be RED?

Select the SCISSORS. Zoom in on the CHRISTMAS TREE and get ORNAMENT (5/9) and ORNAMENT (6/9). Zoom out and in on the right-hand window. Get ORNAMENT (7/9). Sorry, it's not a Borg drone. Navigate to the SOUTH WALL and zoom in on the exit door. From the decoration on its left, get ORNAMENT (8/9). Allons-y!

What's left? We still have one more ORNAMENT to find and we still haven't solved the STAR that's sitting in our inventory. But maybe now we can!

Compare the WRINKLED PAPER to the tabletops around the room. Starting with NORTH and traveling clockwise, we've got RED, BLUE, YELLOW, PURPLE, GREEN.

Bring up the STAR. Make the top arm RED (3 clicks), the right arm BLUE (5 clicks), the bottom right arm YELLOW (1 click), the bottom left arm PURPLE (4 clicks), and the left arm GREEN (6 clicks). Now click the button in the center.

The STAR opens up and we get a CUT-OUT PAPER with stars on it. Since that's usually a hidden-message decoder, let's find a thing that has words on it. Navigate to the SOUTH WALL and zoom in on the snowflake poster on the right. Select the CUT-OUT PAPER and overlay it on the poster. Four letters are highlighted.

We can either intuitively un-scramble them into a word, or we can count the number of points each star has and order the letters that way: SNOW. Rather fits with the theme, doncha think?

Navigate to the NORTH WALL.

Zoom in on the table under the CHRISTMAS TREE. There's one last drawer we haven't opened yet, and it wants letters. Gee, I wonder what they could be.

Take ORNAMENT (9/9).

But what do we do with these ornaments?

Zoom in on the table to the left of the CHRISTMAS TREE. Put the WAVING DWARF in the first spot, the GNOME in the middle, and the HAPPY DWARF in the third spot.

They give us colors and symbols! Make a note that BLUE is SQUARE, RED is CIRCLE, and GREEN is DIAMOND.

Where have we seen those shapes before?

Navigate to the WEST WALL.

Zoom in on the table on the left and open the snowflake box. Select the ORNAMENTS and place them in the box. For the colorblind, the initial placement is GREEN on the left, RED in the middle, and BLUE on the right.

We're almost done! We just need to arrange the ORNAMENTS according to the shape clues. Top row is all large, middle row is all medium, and bottom row is all small, so that makes things slightly easier.

CIRCLE is RED, so swap top middle for top left. GREEN is DIAMOND and BLUE is SQUARE, so that's it for the top row.

In the middle row, swap the center and right.

In the bottom row, swap left and right.

A SNOWFLAKE KEY should pop out from the side of the box. TomaTea doesn't do multiple endings, so you're all ready to escape!

That's a lot of spoiler tags. This is River Song, signing off.

32 Comments

Great little escape game. Not too hard, but couple puzzles made you think.

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Cant figure out the snowflake box

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ryanrinaldo1 Author Profile Page February 19, 2014 10:39 AM

@Taylor

The snowflake box is solved using the candles, though I think you don't need to solve this until near the end.

I have the blue, pink, and green puzzles solved as well as the screwdriver from the clock puzzle and used, but all the puzzles I have left say I don't know how to solve them.

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Taylor

Use the sizes of the snowflakes in the poster with the candle display below

though not the candles themselves...

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ryanrinaldo1 Author Profile Page February 19, 2014 10:45 AM

Found the key and now I have 8/9 bulbs.

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I'm stuck with 4 ornaments, two gnomes, and a star, and all remaining puzzles say I don't know how to solve them. Can anybody give me a nudge in the right direction?

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ryanrinaldo1

Where did you find the

missing piece for the clock?

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ryanrinaldo1 Author Profile Page February 19, 2014 10:49 AM

@prairiegal - This is also used somewhere else, make sure you get it back

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I've made some progress, but i need the clue for the three number puzzle.

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ryanrinaldo1 Author Profile Page February 19, 2014 10:56 AM

@gorillo - Check the items in your inventory

It is the one you've already used two other places

I'm still at 8/9 bulbs, but I think I know how to use them once I find the last one

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3 number puzzle

look at the clock key thing

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ryanrinaldo1 Author Profile Page February 19, 2014 11:00 AM

I think I know how to solve the star puzzle in combination with the paper, but I don't know what I need to do to activate this puzzle or complete the paper

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Thanks, I'm out!

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ryanrinaldo1 Author Profile Page February 19, 2014 11:02 AM

Oops, PoP, found the red switch

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ryanrinaldo1

you need to turn on all the coloured lights to activate the star

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Am getting very frustrated - I can't get the final ornament.

I know that the red mark on the note must represent the cabinet with the Christmas tree on top, and I understand from previous hints that there's supposed to be a switch somewhere around there which will lead to a clue for the star, but I cannot find that switch.

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https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawnrLT_DgOiK7Leoj0eRHY69GNEFT33XtTU Author Profile Page February 19, 2014 12:45 PM

I have some baubles (I clearly need scissors?) and a star, 2 gnomes placed. And a note with a red square on that isn't at all helpful.

Where is the info to solve the 3 coloured stars, not the presents then?

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Linnea - that puzzle was hard for me too.

Look inside the cabinets that are indicated on the note.

There should be switches on the top right of each cabinet

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I have 3 ornaments and a star I don't know how to solve. I figured out the snowflake box. I don't understand why the blue jumbled picture isn't responsive, unless that's a technical glitch. :(

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Bah, never mind.

It had been missing a piece. What threw me was that even though I had correctly entered the code to open the door to get that piece, it hadn't accepted my input until I tried a few different wrong things and then tried it again. Meh.

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Well, I now have 4 ornaments, still "don't know yet" how to solve the star. I have

lit up all of the tabletops except for the one under the little Christmas tree.

Where is the key to the drawer under the Christmas tree? Also, I don't know how to interpret the clue that the clock gives.

On an unrelated note, maybe I've been watching too much Doctor Who (*gasp* No such thing!) but the decoration just to the left of the exit door looks like a sprig of celery. :-)

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ray9na

the clock clue relates to the middle drawer under the Christmas tree with the dials. Ignore the numbers. One of the gnomes has the key.

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icvotria

Out of embarrassment for my string of spammy PoPs, I'm in the process of writing a walkthrough. ^___^

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WeRtheSquirrels Author Profile Page February 19, 2014 3:46 PM

ray9na - Celery indeed. My mind was quickly trying to get Five involved.

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To apologize for my spam, a colorblind-friendly walkthrough.

You start off facing a table with a CHRISTMAS TREE on it. We'll call this the NORTH WALL.

Zoom in on the CHRISTMAS TREE. Note the hot spots. Take the STAR.

Examine the STAR. It's a puzzle we don't yet know how to solve. Close out of item view.

Zoom out and back in to the table. Right now, the only drawer we can open is the bottom one, so do that and get an ORNAMENT (1/9).

Navigate right to the EAST WALL.

Zoom in on the chair to the left and get an ORNAMENT (2/9).

Check out the PICTURE to the right of the chair. We'll have to come back once we have a SCREWDRIVER.

Zoom out, then in on the SNOWGLOBES to the right.

Lift each snowglobe. From left to right, the symbols are a blocky "u", "c", "n", and "backwards c".

Zoom out and in to the table in the middle. How can we apply the clues from the SNOWGLOBES?

Top middle, right middle, bottom middle, left middle. Now click the button below to enter the code.

Take the GNOME and the BLUE SQUARE, and flick the switch. The tabletop is now BLUE.

Navigate right to the SOUTH WALL. I see the Fifth Doctor was in charge of decorations here. :)

We don't yet know the solutions to the table-door codes, but take a good look at the candles and the posters.

The poster on the left shows two BIG CANDLES, two MEDIUM CANDLES, and two SMALL CANDLES. The poster on the right shows a BIG SNOWFLAKE, a MEDIUM SNOWFLAKE, and a SMALL SNOWFLAKE.

On the left table, take ORNAMENT (3/9) and note that the BIG CANDLE is BLUE, the MEDIUM CANDLE is YELLOW, and the SMALL CANDLE is RED. On the right table, note that the BIG CANDLE is RED, the MEDIUM CANDLE is BLUE, and the SMALL CANDLE is YELLOW. On both tables, you are reminded that yellow and blue make green, red and blue make purple, and red and yellow make orange.

Navigate right to the WEST WALL.

Zoom in on the table and bring up the puzzle. It's a jumbled picture, and it's missing a piece. Good thing we have it in our inventory. Put the BLUE SQUARE in the jumble, and it's ready to be solved (by swapping pieces). Get ORNAMENT (4/9) and a WIND-UP KEY.

Examine the WIND-UP KEY to discover that it has numbers on its back: 986. Close out of item view and flick the switch to make the tabletop GREEN.

Zoom in on the box to the left. There are three snowflakes, and we need to fill in the colors. This is where we put together the clues from the SOUTH WALL.

We combine the colors of the two BIG CANDLES (BLUE and RED make PURPLE) for the first snowflake, the two MEDIUM CANDLES (YELLOW and BLUE make GREEN) for the middle snowflake, and the two SMALL CANDLES (RED and YELLOW make ORANGE) for the right snowflake. For the colorblind, that's 4 clicks on the left, 6 clicks on the middle, and 2 clicks on the right.

This looks like something we'll have to come back to later, but we can certainly make note of the symbols as long as we're here. On the left, there's a large circle circumscribing a medium diamond circumscribing a small square. In the middle, there's a large diamond circumscribing a medium square circumscribing a small circle. On the right, there's a large square circumscribing a medium circle circumscribing a small diamond. And the box is divided into a 3x3 grid.

Zoom out and in to the table on the right. It's a SLEIGH!

Touch the SLEIGH and use the WIND-UP KEY on it. Take back the WIND-UP KEY and press the button to watch the runners move: L L R L R L.

Navigate right back to the NORTH WALL.

Zoom in on the table to the right. There's a CLOCK, but the little light is red. Turn it around and use the WIND-UP KEY on it. Take the WIND-UP KEY back if you like, and turn the clock back around. The little light is now green. Push the button by the light and watch the hands move: Just past 10:00, 6:00, 3:00, just past 7:00.

Zoom out and in on the table under the CHRISTMAS TREE. Select the drawer with the four circles as the puzzle.

Click each circle so that the blue dot on the edge is about where the CLOCK hand was.

Collect the SCREWDRIVER.

Navigate to the EAST WALL.

Zoom in on the left side and select the PICTURE.

Use the SCREWDRIVER on the PICTURE. You only have to click one screw, and it will animate the rest. Now remove the back and get the WRINKLED PAPER.

Examine the WRINKLED PAPER and click it to unfold it. It shows one RED square at the top, one square each on the left and right, and two squares on the bottom. Surely this is a clue to something.

Navigate to the SOUTH WALL. We now know how to solve the table-door puzzles.

Zoom in on the table to the left. It wants 3 numbers.

Remember the WIND-UP KEY? Input 986.

Get the HAPPY DWARF and flick the switch so the tabletop turns YELLOW.

Now go to the table to the right.

Remember the SLEIGH? Press L L R L R L, then enter.

Get the WAVING DWARF.

Examine the WAVING DWARF. Is that a KEY he's holding? Get the KEY. Close out of item view and flick the switch so that the tabletop turns PURPLE.

Navigate back to the NORTH WALL.

Zoom in on the table under the CHRISTMAS TREE. Use the KEY from the WAVING DWARF to unlock the top drawer. Get the SCISSORS. Flick the switch and turn the tabletop RED. Hmm. How did we guess that it would be RED?

Select the SCISSORS. Zoom in on the CHRISTMAS TREE and get ORNAMENT (5/9) and ORNAMENT (6/9). Zoom out and in on the right-hand window. Get ORNAMENT (7/9). Sorry, it's not a Borg drone. Navigate to the SOUTH WALL and zoom in on the exit door. From the decoration on its left, get ORNAMENT (8/9). Allons-y!

What's left? We still have one more ORNAMENT to find and we still haven't solved the STAR that's sitting in our inventory. But maybe now we can!

Compare the WRINKLED PAPER to the tabletops around the room. Starting with NORTH and traveling clockwise, we've got RED, BLUE, YELLOW, PURPLE, GREEN.

Bring up the STAR. Make the top arm RED (3 clicks), the right arm BLUE (5 clicks), the bottom right arm YELLOW (1 click), the bottom left arm PURPLE (4 clicks), and the left arm GREEN (6 clicks). Now click the button in the center.

The STAR opens up and we get a CUT-OUT PAPER with stars on it. Since that's usually a hidden-message decoder, let's find a thing that has words on it. Navigate to the SOUTH WALL and zoom in on the snowflake poster on the right. Select the CUT-OUT PAPER and overlay it on the poster. Four letters are highlighted.

We can either intuitively un-scramble them into a word, or we can count the number of points each star has and order the letters that way: SNOW. Rather fits with the theme, doncha think?

Navigate to the NORTH WALL.

Zoom in on the table under the CHRISTMAS TREE. There's one last drawer we haven't opened yet, and it wants letters. Gee, I wonder what they could be.

Take ORNAMENT (9/9).

But what do we do with these ornaments?

Zoom in on the table to the left of the CHRISTMAS TREE. Put the WAVING DWARF in the first spot, the GNOME in the middle, and the HAPPY DWARF in the third spot.

They give us colors and symbols! Make a note that BLUE is SQUARE, RED is CIRCLE, and GREEN is DIAMOND.

Where have we seen those shapes before?

Navigate to the WEST WALL.

Zoom in on the table on the left and open the snowflake box. Select the ORNAMENTS and place them in the box. For the colorblind, the initial placement is GREEN on the left, RED in the middle, and BLUE on the right.

We're almost done! We just need to arrange the ORNAMENTS according to the shape clues. Top row is all large, middle row is all medium, and bottom row is all small, so that makes things slightly easier.

CIRCLE is RED, so swap top middle for top left. GREEN is DIAMOND and BLUE is SQUARE, so that's it for the top row.

In the middle row, swap the center and right.

In the bottom row, swap left and right.

A SNOWFLAKE KEY should pop out from the side of the box. TomaTea doesn't do multiple endings, so you're all ready to escape!

That's a lot of spoiler tags. This is River Song, signing off.

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Excellent game. Nice, unique puzzles.

Hintthrough:

The puzzles need to be solved more or less in the following order

3x3 grid (the cabinet between the snow globes and the pillow chair)

Play with the snow globes

Blue tile puzzle (the cabinet beside the sled and presents)

You can't complete a puzzle without the missing piece

3-digit cabinet

examine your inventory closely

2-button cabinet

You have an inventory item that gets used twice. If you use it in the right place, the clue for this right-left button puzzle will be obvious

It's the wind-up key

Under the tree

What do the four circles look like to you?

If you're not sure how to get the clock to work, think back over all your inventory items. There's one you might need to pick up again to reuse it here

Can't find the key for the drawer under the tree? Search your inventory very carefully. You may have put the item down, and need to pick it up again.

The Star

Have you thoroughly examined all five of the the cabinets you have unlocked?

Snowflake box Part 1

Look at the 6 candles

and the candle picture on the wall

Another hint

Notice that the picture of the six candles pairs the two big, the two medium, and the two small, resulting in three pairs. Notice also

the six candles are all primary colors

Snowflake Box Part 2

Note that there are 9 compartments. The dwarves will tell you how to fill the snowflake box correctly.

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Thank you, muddgirl! That's what I needed to get out with a shred of sanity still intact :-)

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I think I need a screenshot

the swap puzzle is hard without it.please help.

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I like how the very last puzzle is about

putting the Christmas tree ornaments properly back into storage.

That fits so well with the title!

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I LOVE Tomatea games! I love the layout (always so clean and easy to navigate), I love how it won't let you waste your time solving a puzzle you don't know how to solve yet, I love how there are always a lot of puzzles to work through...just good stuff! Would love to see what they could do by doing a whole house escape so you could do SEVERAL rooms (one at a time of course, to keep with their neat/clean layout).

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I had a difficult time with this game. I still enjoyed it to the end ... But could not get my brain to wrap around the arrangement of the ornaments. Giving up. Lunch break is over.

:(

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PS. Still a 5 star game. :)

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