Blue Cage


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Blue Cage

DoraThe sun is shining and the birds are singing, so naturally it's a beautiful day to lock yourself inside a room lacking any basic amenities whatsoever! In TomaTea's Blue Cage escape game, the door is once more locked, and you find yourself trapped in a place that looks like Snow White and the Smurfs had a fight on how to design a tea room. It's beautiful, sure, with its soft pastel colours and fairytale furniture, but nobody can live on quaint birdhouses and mosaic artwork alone, so you'll need to explore to find a way out. The tip of your cursor will light up with a faint glow if you can interact with something by clicking, and objects in your inventory can be examined and manipulated up close by clicking the little "i" icon that appears when you mouse over them. Doing so is important since this can often wind up revealing different uses for the items you've got. Clues for solving the puzzles you're faced with are hidden around the room, sometimes in plain sight, sometimes with more subtlety, so you'll need to think carefully about everything you're seen if you want to find a way out.

Blue Cage is a gorgeous little game with its whimsical design and presentation, but it might also be the first TomaTea game that had me scrambling for the mute option in the menu after just a few seconds, since the short chirping birds loop wears out its welcome quickly compared to the soundtracks we've had in the past. You'll still encounter the dreaded "I have no idea how to solve this!" message if you haven't seen the clue you need for a particular puzzle, but at the same time, Blue Cage still feels a bit more challenging than some of the developer's other titles by being less obviously linear by having more items to use scattered about right off the bat, so you have to think about your inventory and how it might relate to your environment as opposed to just going from puzzle to puzzle in a clear and obvious progression. It's a more careful balance between item puzzles and puzzle locks this time around, and has a surprising amount of sneaky complexity in some areas to boot that will force you to really scour every nook and cranny and get creative with your inventory. Once you've found your way out, maybe open a real door and step outside into the real world for a bit, too. Living birds are considerably sweeter on the ear than electronic ones, and they have more variety to their playlist, too.

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Walkthrough Guide


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Walkthrough :-)

1. The Couch

check under the right cushion and get the green board.

2. The Board

or is it green?

3. The Drawers

Turn twice and zoom on the drawers.

4. The Colour Code

From the green board

5. The Book

Get the book and look at the cover

6. The Fence

Go to the bird house and find the fence indicated on the book

7. The Screwdriver

Examine the fence post and turn it into a screwdriver

8. The Chair

Examine the bottom of the chair and unscrew the bracket.

Take the bracket, screw and chair.

9. The Key

Put the chair down and look up. Use the book on the key.

10. The Book II

Read the book, the three symbols on the back page correspond to Taurus, Aries and Capricorn

11. The Drawers II

Turn twice and use the code on the bottom drawer.

Get the buttons.

12. The Bottom of the House

Turn left once and examine the bottom of the bird house.

Note the Pattern on it. You'll need it later.

Use the buttons on it and examine the result.

The result is a picross puzzle. Solve it to determine which buttons to press on the paintings.

Open the door behind the puzzle and flick the switch on the right to activate the buttons on the paintings

13. The Blue and Pink Painting

Press the top left button to unlock the middle drawer beneath it.

Open it to get the exacto knife

14. The Key II

Get on the chair again and use the exacto knife to cut down the key.

Take the Chair

15. The Black and Gold Painting

Press the bottom right button to switch on the black light.

Examine the key under the black light to get the key number code (9476)

16. The Drawers III

While you're here, use that code from the bird house (point 12) to open the top drawer.

Get the pencil and examine it

Ignore the shaded sections and get the pencil number code (1371)

Turn to the left and use the pencil number code on the top drawer

Get the bird

17. The Book III

Examine the page with numbers and zoom in.

Use the pencil and click the numbers in order to get the book code

18. The Drawers IV

Turn right

Use the book code on the bottom drawer to get the wind up key

19. The Bottom of the House II

Turn twice

Use the key number code to get the egg

Open the egg to get the button

20. The Bird House

Use the board on the bird house.

Use the bird on the board on the bird house

Open the book and look at the birds page. Note the 6 shapes of the bowties.

Click the arrows above the bird and enter the shape code (RMLRML)

Use the wind up key under the bird's wing, note the illuminated code (LLRLRL)

21. The Window

Click the panel on the left window

Use the button on the panel

Use the illuminated code on the buttons

Open the panel and look through.

22. The Chair II

Examine the Chair

Look at its bottom

Unscrew the leg

Examine the leg

Use the bracket on the leg

Use the screw on the bracket

Use the screwdriver on the screw - It's a hook

23. The End

Use the hook on the key

62 Comments

shanisek Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:14 AM

OK, I have:

chair with leg removed, chair leg + bracket + bolt = hook, unsharpened pencil, locked diary and screwdriver

I am totally stuck. Help!

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baileydonk Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:21 AM

I'm right with you, Shanisek. I'm wondering if we screwed up (pun intended) by

removing the chair leg.

Maybe we needed it to get something else.

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prairiegal Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:30 AM

baileydonk, looks like you can

reassemble the chair if need be.

I'm stuck at the same place.

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@baileydonk

you can reattach the chair leg if you've already taken it off

don't forget to look up!

and who says you have to take the key down to use it?

I'm stuck with

the bird on the birdhouse with its wing up, but I can't seem to sharpen the pencil there.

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baileydonk Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:32 AM

@cstar - thank you SO MUCH for your third point. Bingo!

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shanisek Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:45 AM

@cstar - Thank you! Now I am stuck where you are.

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baileydonk Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:51 AM

Solved the

picross puzzle (which is something I've never seen in an escape game before!)

Got the bird to give me a clue to something... but to what?

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shanisek Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:54 AM

@baileydonk:

The picross puzzle is a clue - look at the big picture...

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dannyboy_588 Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:55 AM

I'm out! :D

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@shanisek & @baileydonk

Did you solve the puzzle underneath the bird? That helps with the

paintings above the tables.

From the middle drawer I got the

exacto knife


I now have

the R/L code for the window but no left button, one lamp turned purple, knife, chair, hook, and screwdriver

I don't know where to find the

4 number code under the bird

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dannyboy_588 Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:56 AM replied to cstarr

You need to

cut the key down with the knife

.

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baileydonk Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:56 AM

Anyone seen a little

button

anywhere? I am sure I have the code for

opening the window, but I'm missing the left button.

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shanisek Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:57 AM

Made it! Thanks for the help, guys.

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fuzzboxer Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:58 AM

Once you unlock the diary, you can decode the bottom drawer combination with the horoscope signs.

Horoscope code:

Taurus, Aries, Capricorn

Take the piece from the drawer and put in on the grid underneath the birdhouse.

You'll then need to complete a Picross puzzle. It's a little hard to explain, but the basics is that each row or column corresponds to how many squares (and spaces) are in each row/column.

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baileydonk Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:58 AM

I'm in the same place as cstar now. Can't figure out the significance of the

purple lamp.

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dannyboy_588 Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:59 AM replied to baileydonk

You get the button by

solving the puzzle under the bird.

To do that, you need to

cut down the key with the knife and

use the key with the blacklight lamp to get the 4-digit code.

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hope a walkthrough is not too far off. :)

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That was pretty damn convoluted for TomaTea.

I especially had trouble with the one puzzle that required that

I not only knew what the various signs of the zodiac meant but also what those drawings were supposed to represent

Also I think I probably hold the record for how many times

I had that chair leg off and on again!

Not my favourite of theirs I must say.

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mearcstapa Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 12:48 PM

Okay, I feel a little foolish, but I can't seem to find a relevant clue for the 3x3 grid on the drawer...

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yaddab Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 12:53 PM replied to mearcstapa

mearcstapar

Look at the grid pattern under the bird house

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mearcstapa Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 12:55 PM

Yaddab - I've already solved the picross puzzle. Does that help or hurt me?

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Oh wow, that was silly.

I could get that you could sharpen the pencil with the knife, but using the pencil on the book was extremely difficult for me. I triggered it by accident after the umpteenth time.

@mearcstapa

Try looking under the bird house at the grid

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IcyJack Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 1:04 PM

@mearcstapa

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merchantfan Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 1:05 PM

OK, what's the hint for the color puzzle? It was unlocked right away, but

the pillows don't seem to work

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IcyJack Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 1:11 PM

@merchantfan

A little birdie gives you the hint.

Copy the colors off the wooden bird's plumage.

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mearcstapa Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 1:13 PM

Wow...did I ever overthink that! Thanks IcyJack and Yaddab!

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Ok, I've got the screwdriver, the locked diary, a three legged chair, a pencil, a hook thingy that I made out of the chair, and the little bird is on the perch, any suggestions?

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IcyJack Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 1:22 PM

@Matt Olsen


Have you unlocked the diary yet?

Put the chair back together and set it up at the center. Look up and unlock the diary with the key.

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@IcyJack

Of course I didn't do that, why would I do something that makes sense! SMH Lol!

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with the diary and pencil, am I supposed to

connect the dots? I can't seem to get it to work. I tried drawing it in my head but can't make out what it should be

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IcyJack Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 1:34 PM

@Zero-K

Yup, you would be correct. It is quite irritating to trigger and can easily be figured out WITHOUT a pencil. Make sure it's zoomed in and click on the dots in the correct order, with the pencil selected.

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Thanks IcyJack. I guess I just wasn't clicking perfectly in the center. after a few tries it worked.

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IcyJack Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 1:40 PM

No worries, that was my least favorite puzzle.
I really did like the picross puzzle, although I had to look up directions on how to solve them.

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timothywreid Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 1:44 PM

Can't seem to find L/R code?

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IcyJack Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 1:49 PM

@timothywreid

Find the wind-up key for the bird first, the buttons behind it will flash in the right pattern.

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ptbarnum Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 1:55 PM

How is it that I have the birdhouse puzzles underneath solved, but no bird that everyone keeps talking about. I also can't seem to correlate the pencil markings with anything else. I know I'm missing something obvious.

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ptbarnum Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 1:56 PM

Power of posting!

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IcyJack Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 2:01 PM

@ptbarnum

You get the bird after figuring out the pencil puzzle.
Take a closer look at the pencil markings and notice how some of it is shaded.

Remove the shaded portions and get your code. Use yonder code on thy shelf and unlock the prettiest bird of them all.

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ptbarnum Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 2:02 PM

Yeah the power of the post worked for me!

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i'm confused on everything. :(

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merchantfan Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 2:15 PM

Thanks, I hadn't realized that.

Where do I get the clue for the right/left/center buttons on the birdhouse? I have the chair, a screwdriver, the opened diary, and the clockwork key thing but I don't see where I'd put that.

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IcyJack Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 2:20 PM

@merchantfan

Congrats on your work so far. Open up the diary and take a look at the first page. See something familiar?

The birds' bow ties resemble the buttons on the birdhouse.

Put in the green slat found under the pillows first, prop up the bird on the slat, then put in the bowtie code, two bowties, so...

right, middle, left, right, middle, left, enter.
Use the key on the bird.

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merchantfan Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 2:25 PM

Finished!

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OK, this is my new favorite TomaTea escape: it has a freakin' picross puzzle!!! (A multi-color one, no less!) And it has one of the gorgeous eggs from Easter Joy, although not for long.

The most important hint is what cstarr posted:

Who says you need to take the key down to use it?

There is a bit of outside knowledge involved, namely

the horoscope animals: you need to know that Taurus is a bull, Aries is a ram, and Capricorn is a goat.

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Reka Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 3:42 PM replied to Paul

@Paul: hang in there, I'm sure someone will write a walkthrough for you. (I'm a bit busy, but if there isn't one by tomorrow, I'll see what I can do.) In the meantime, where are you stuck currently? Tell us what items you have, what you've used, etc. and we'll nudge you in the right direction.

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I don't even remember now. I think I closed the game because as usual I couldn't even get started.

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elle Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 4:21 PM replied to Paul

Hi Paul,

Just give it a little time. If no one posts a walkthrough by tonight, I'll make one. I actually prefer folks wait a bit before posting solutions and walkthroughs so they can focus on playing it together and having fun with smaller hints. That's the best part about playing an escape "live" with a web community.

If you'd rather not play without a full walkthrough, please be patient while those who'd rather puzzle their way out and talk about the game spend their time on that rather than on writing step-by-step instructions on how to do it. It means waiting a bit longer before playing, but it also means everyone here gets to enjoy the experience in their own way. ;)

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ok elle. thanks :)

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CptnSuz Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 6:26 PM

I could use a nudge or two.
I have

the screwdriver, 3legged chair, opened diary, the hook made from the chair leg, and an unsharpened pencil.

I know I need a

knife to sharpen the pencil

but I don't how to go about getting. I've found the picross puzzle but

it doesn't have any numbers on it. Do I need to turn it on somehow?

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Nobody else seems to be having trouble with this, but I can't seem to

get the leg off the chair!

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Aw jeez, nevermind, I got it.

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Walkthrough :-)

1. The Couch

check under the right cushion and get the green board.

2. The Board

or is it green?

3. The Drawers

Turn twice and zoom on the drawers.

4. The Colour Code

From the green board

5. The Book

Get the book and look at the cover

6. The Fence

Go to the bird house and find the fence indicated on the book

7. The Screwdriver

Examine the fence post and turn it into a screwdriver

8. The Chair

Examine the bottom of the chair and unscrew the bracket.

Take the bracket, screw and chair.

9. The Key

Put the chair down and look up. Use the book on the key.

10. The Book II

Read the book, the three symbols on the back page correspond to Taurus, Aries and Capricorn

11. The Drawers II

Turn twice and use the code on the bottom drawer.

Get the buttons.

12. The Bottom of the House

Turn left once and examine the bottom of the bird house.

Note the Pattern on it. You'll need it later.

Use the buttons on it and examine the result.

The result is a picross puzzle. Solve it to determine which buttons to press on the paintings.

Open the door behind the puzzle and flick the switch on the right to activate the buttons on the paintings

13. The Blue and Pink Painting

Press the top left button to unlock the middle drawer beneath it.

Open it to get the exacto knife

14. The Key II

Get on the chair again and use the exacto knife to cut down the key.

Take the Chair

15. The Black and Gold Painting

Press the bottom right button to switch on the black light.

Examine the key under the black light to get the key number code (9476)

16. The Drawers III

While you're here, use that code from the bird house (point 12) to open the top drawer.

Get the pencil and examine it

Ignore the shaded sections and get the pencil number code (1371)

Turn to the left and use the pencil number code on the top drawer

Get the bird

17. The Book III

Examine the page with numbers and zoom in.

Use the pencil and click the numbers in order to get the book code

18. The Drawers IV

Turn right

Use the book code on the bottom drawer to get the wind up key

19. The Bottom of the House II

Turn twice

Use the key number code to get the egg

Open the egg to get the button

20. The Bird House

Use the board on the bird house.

Use the bird on the board on the bird house

Open the book and look at the birds page. Note the 6 shapes of the bowties.

Click the arrows above the bird and enter the shape code (RMLRML)

Use the wind up key under the bird's wing, note the illuminated code (LLRLRL)

21. The Window

Click the panel on the left window

Use the button on the panel

Use the illuminated code on the buttons

Open the panel and look through.

22. The Chair II

Examine the Chair

Look at its bottom

Unscrew the leg

Examine the leg

Use the bracket on the leg

Use the screw on the bracket

Use the screwdriver on the screw - It's a hook

23. The End

Use the hook on the key

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Love the last step of your walkthrough, Jonathan! :)

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thanks for the walkthrough but I need help on

the picrosspuzzle. I tried duplicating what was shown but it didn't work. is there a screenshot of the best way to solve it?

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CptnSuz Author Profile Page June 10, 2014 11:58 PM replied to Paul

@Paul I also found the picross puzzle a bit tricky at first because of the colors. I'll assume that you've looked up instructions somewhere on how to do a black & white type picross. Here are some hints for dealing with the colors.


*The color of the number corresponds to the color of the consecutive squares the number indicates.
*The exception to the above is 0, which means there are no squares of either color in that row or column.
*If there's an empty space between numbers there's one or more colorless tiles in between the those consecutive colored tiles.
*If there's not an empty space and the numbers are right next to each other there's no space between those colored sequences either.

Hope this helps!

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Paul, it's a picross puzzle. The whole point is that there isn't a reference image: you have to produce an image based on the numbers.

To start, find the two columns that are empty (they have 0's above them) and blank them out. Then there are two columns that are completely blue (they have blue 10's above them).

Next, look at the horizontals. There's one that just has a blue 2 next to it, which means it's done, so blank out the other cells in that row.

There are three rows that have 3Y-2B-3Y. Since each row already has four spaces filled (blank-blue-blue-blank in the middle), that means you can fill in the remaining spaces in those rows with yellow. (3+3+4=10) By the same logic, you can also fill in the two rows that are 3B-2B-3B.

Now look at the verticals again. There are two columns that need 3B-5Y-1B, and with the blank that's already marked, there's only one way to fill them in, so go ahead and do that.

That means that the two 1-2-1 rows are now done; mark the blanks in them.

There are two 3-2-1-1 columns which now just need the 3's filled in.

And that leaves the 1-2-2-1-1 and 2-1-2-1-1 columns, which should be easy by this point.

Don't forget to click the gold button down at the bottom when you're done.

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Cyberjar88 Author Profile Page June 11, 2014 1:26 AM

Tomatea most likely hasn't seen that particular episode of Family Guy... And now that song is in my head again!

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well isn't there a screenshot of some kind? I don't understand picross puzzles anyway.

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shipoopie Author Profile Page June 13, 2014 10:33 AM

I don't think I would have gotten through this one on my own. Tomatea!

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lilymay Author Profile Page June 13, 2014 1:13 PM

I was so excited to see a new Tomatea game. Love their stuff. This has to be the first of their games I am getting little enjoyment from. I'm stuck, pretty early in the game, too...and having to resort to the walkthrough hasn't even helped. I hate to walk away from a Tomatea game, but try as I might...it's just not working for me. =(

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Reka Author Profile Page June 17, 2014 10:42 PM replied to lilymay

@lilymay: If you're stuck where I think you're stuck (because that's where everyone else was stuck for a time, too),

note that you don't need to cut down the key to use it.

If that makes no sense, don't forget to

look up.

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JetSetVegas Author Profile Page July 21, 2014 7:30 PM

Not one of Tomatea's better efforts. A lot of clicking and hoping.

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