White Door Room Escape


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White Door Room Escape

AllyAfter many, many weeks of being a regular feature in our Weekday Escape series, Yomino Kagura is bustin' out into the big leagues with
White Door Room Escape. Though their settings tend to be simplistic and their interfaces minimalistic, Yomino Kagura's escapes always feature juicy puzzles to tease and entice your brain. White Door Room Escape is no exception: This unassuming-looking little room contains a host of brainteasers, running the gamut from piecing together well-hidden codes to that ubiquitous wobbly-picture puzzle. And unless you feel like sleeping on a bed that appears to be made out of giant notebooks, you'd best get to escapin'!

Just click around on whatever you want to investigate, using the big yellow arrows to change your viewpoint, and the large "ABOUT ITEM" button for a closer look at anything in your inventory. Yomino Kagura doesn't set out to break the mold when it comes to presentation, and there's also quite a bit of untranslated Japanese in the game, but none of it is critical to solving the puzzles. In fact, the only letters you'll have to recognize are going to look preeeeetty similar to the ones you're staring at right now. The lack of a changing cursor does lead to a few small pixel hunts, but it's the puzzles themselves that sell Yomino Kagura's room escapes. They have a logical flow, with one solution leading smoothly into the next like a beautiful, choreographed train of mixed metaphors. The hints they give are clever, and some clues will even serve you for more than one puzzle! All together, White Door Room Escape is a bit like that tan-and-brown floral couch your grandma's had forever: It may not be eye-catching, but it sure is comfortable to sink into.

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Walkthrough Guide


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Hint-through

(A walkthrough seems like overkill for this one.)

  • All I've found is a triangle, and I'm stuck.

    Try turning off the lights.

  • OK, I get the stars, but what's with this upside-down A?

    There's another A in the room. How can you match them up?

    Look at the picture above the bed. If you turn LEO upside-down, what do you get?

  • Actually, I'm colorblind, and I don't get the stars.

    On the low cabinet, right end, there are three colored buttons: red, yellow, and blue, in that order. When you turn the lights off, the stars light up red, yellow, yellow, blue, and red.

  • What's this stick for?

    Look under the bed.

  • Where do I use this key? It doesn't work on the door.

    Look under the TV.

  • I don't understand what the TV is trying to tell me.

    Where else did you see those shapes? How are those buttons arranged?

    Just read the shapes from top to bottom.

  • What's with the colorful letters?

    Wobbly wobbly.

    Assemble the letters you've found. Where have you seen a phrase that uses those exact letters?

  • I see letters, but since I'm colorblind, I can't tell what colors they are.

    On the bed, there are a red L and O. On the desk next to the TV, there are a red T and S. In the closet, there are a blue E, a yellow apostrophe, and a green G. On the wobbly picture (above the bed), the top left corner is red, the top right corner is yellow, the bottom left is blue, and the bottom right is green.

  • I feel silly, but I don't remember where else I need a three-digit code.

    Look at the desk between the TV and the closet.

Walkthrough (with color blind help)

Exploration:

Door View

You start facing the door.

There's a checked box to the left that needs 3 shapes: a circle, square, and triangle

The bed has red letters "LO", and something underneath it that you can't reach.

There's also a light switch.

Closet View

Here you see a painting that reads "LET'S GO", with colored squares in the corners. And it's a wobbly picture

We also see a closet on the right, with a code box that takes shapes.

TV & Small Table View

The small table has a small lock box that takes 3 numbers

The TV table on the left has red letters "TS"

The TV is not on, and is sitting on a locked cabinet that takes a key

Stars View

Here we see a box with 5 gray stars.

The cabinet below it has three doors.
The left door needs a 3 number code

The middle is open: take the YELLOW TRIANGLE

The right door has a color lock: the buttons are Red, Yellow, Blue left to right

Lights Off View

Starting at the Door View, you can turns the lights off to find further hints.

In the Closet View, you see the painting has the letters "LE O" highlighted with an "A" above them.

In the Star View, you can now see color: the 5 stars are now lit to be Red, Yellow, Yellow, Blue, Red.

The cabinet in the Star View has an upside-down lit "A".

Solving Puzzles:

Left Cabinet Door

From the Lights Out View, with the two "A"s, we know the letters "LEO" are connected to this cabinet door.
Solution:

By flipping the letters, we get 037

Open to receive a KEY

Right Cabinet Door

Using the lit stars hint from the Lights Off View, we can now enter the code to the right door
Solution (with color blind help)

Enter Red, Yellow, Yellow, Blue, Red,

or Left, Middle, Middle, Right, Left

Open to receive WHITE STICK

TV Cabinet

Use the KEY from the Left Cabinet to receive the TV REMOTE

Closet

Using the picture from the TV (after turning it on with the TV REMOTE). The code is based on the height of the shapes.

Solution:

From Top to Bottom: Circle, Diamond, Star, Triangle

You will see a key on a chain (we need a tool for this), and a blue "E", a yellow apostrophe, and a green "G"

Wobbly Picture Frame

This code comes from letters around the room, the letters in the Closet, and from the phrase in the picture frame itself.

Solution (with color blind help)

Red "L", Blue "E", Red "T", Yellow Apostrophe, Red "S", Green "G", Red "O".

Top Left, Bottom Left, Top Left, Top Right, Top Left, Bottom Right, Top Left

Find a three-letter code: "815"

Code Box on Small Table

Use the code found under the Wobbly Picture
Solution:

815

Open to receive the BLUE SQUARE

Shapes Box

Place each shape you've found in the correct slot.
Shape Locations:

Circle

Underneath the bed. Use the WHITE STICK from the Right Cabinet

Square

Inside the box on the Small Table

Triangle

In the Middle Cabinet

Receive a pair of PLIERS

Opening the Door

Get the KEY from the Closet using the PLIERS

9 Comments

gorgeousplanet Author Profile Page April 11, 2014 1:47 PM

Thanks for the updated link bearharry.

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I was able to finish this one with no hints, which is rare for me.

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Hint-through

(A walkthrough seems like overkill for this one.)

  • All I've found is a triangle, and I'm stuck.

    Try turning off the lights.

  • OK, I get the stars, but what's with this upside-down A?

    There's another A in the room. How can you match them up?

    Look at the picture above the bed. If you turn LEO upside-down, what do you get?

  • Actually, I'm colorblind, and I don't get the stars.

    On the low cabinet, right end, there are three colored buttons: red, yellow, and blue, in that order. When you turn the lights off, the stars light up red, yellow, yellow, blue, and red.

  • What's this stick for?

    Look under the bed.

  • Where do I use this key? It doesn't work on the door.

    Look under the TV.

  • I don't understand what the TV is trying to tell me.

    Where else did you see those shapes? How are those buttons arranged?

    Just read the shapes from top to bottom.

  • What's with the colorful letters?

    Wobbly wobbly.

    Assemble the letters you've found. Where have you seen a phrase that uses those exact letters?

  • I see letters, but since I'm colorblind, I can't tell what colors they are.

    On the bed, there are a red L and O. On the desk next to the TV, there are a red T and S. In the closet, there are a blue E, a yellow apostrophe, and a green G. On the wobbly picture (above the bed), the top left corner is red, the top right corner is yellow, the bottom left is blue, and the bottom right is green.

  • I feel silly, but I don't remember where else I need a three-digit code.

    Look at the desk between the TV and the closet.

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Small point for the review, there is a changing cursor and therefore zero pixel hunting.

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although a hint through is nice, i'd rather have a walkthrough ;). so if anyone has time, I hope you'll still make one.

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VoxPopuli42 Author Profile Page April 12, 2014 7:20 PM

Walkthrough (with color blind help)

Exploration:

Door View

You start facing the door.

There's a checked box to the left that needs 3 shapes: a circle, square, and triangle

The bed has red letters "LO", and something underneath it that you can't reach.

There's also a light switch.

Closet View

Here you see a painting that reads "LET'S GO", with colored squares in the corners. And it's a wobbly picture

We also see a closet on the right, with a code box that takes shapes.

TV & Small Table View

The small table has a small lock box that takes 3 numbers

The TV table on the left has red letters "TS"

The TV is not on, and is sitting on a locked cabinet that takes a key

Stars View

Here we see a box with 5 gray stars.

The cabinet below it has three doors.
The left door needs a 3 number code

The middle is open: take the YELLOW TRIANGLE

The right door has a color lock: the buttons are Red, Yellow, Blue left to right

Lights Off View

Starting at the Door View, you can turns the lights off to find further hints.

In the Closet View, you see the painting has the letters "LE O" highlighted with an "A" above them.

In the Star View, you can now see color: the 5 stars are now lit to be Red, Yellow, Yellow, Blue, Red.

The cabinet in the Star View has an upside-down lit "A".

Solving Puzzles:

Left Cabinet Door

From the Lights Out View, with the two "A"s, we know the letters "LEO" are connected to this cabinet door.
Solution:

By flipping the letters, we get 037

Open to receive a KEY

Right Cabinet Door

Using the lit stars hint from the Lights Off View, we can now enter the code to the right door
Solution (with color blind help)

Enter Red, Yellow, Yellow, Blue, Red,

or Left, Middle, Middle, Right, Left

Open to receive WHITE STICK

TV Cabinet

Use the KEY from the Left Cabinet to receive the TV REMOTE

Closet

Using the picture from the TV (after turning it on with the TV REMOTE). The code is based on the height of the shapes.

Solution:

From Top to Bottom: Circle, Diamond, Star, Triangle

You will see a key on a chain (we need a tool for this), and a blue "E", a yellow apostrophe, and a green "G"

Wobbly Picture Frame

This code comes from letters around the room, the letters in the Closet, and from the phrase in the picture frame itself.

Solution (with color blind help)

Red "L", Blue "E", Red "T", Yellow Apostrophe, Red "S", Green "G", Red "O".

Top Left, Bottom Left, Top Left, Top Right, Top Left, Bottom Right, Top Left

Find a three-letter code: "815"

Code Box on Small Table

Use the code found under the Wobbly Picture
Solution:

815

Open to receive the BLUE SQUARE

Shapes Box

Place each shape you've found in the correct slot.
Shape Locations:

Circle

Underneath the bed. Use the WHITE STICK from the Right Cabinet

Square

Inside the box on the Small Table

Triangle

In the Middle Cabinet

Receive a pair of PLIERS

Opening the Door

Get the KEY from the Closet using the PLIERS

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thegreatescaper Author Profile Page April 13, 2014 4:49 AM

Yeah, I didn't have a changing cursor either (using chrome).

Mysterious...

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Curious indeed.

I played in chrome and just tried with Firefox and even the dreaded IE. I had a changing cursor with them all running under Windows 8.

Maybe I am just lucky :)

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