#07 ML


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Weekday Escape

JessMelon Lacquer. Mellifluous Lymphocytes. Marimba Lion. Just what, exactly, does #07 ML stand for? Surely such an intelligent and well-made room escape game must have a suitably clever name. Well, I guess it doesn't really matter…though I do, I must admit, like "Marimba Lion." I'll have to remember that one.

07MLAnother high-quality creation of consistently excellent Japanese designer 58 Works (Cottage, Escape from Test Kitchen 2), #07 ML has it all. Aesthetically pleasing, with a number of interesting puzzles and a logical flow, the game provides an all-around first-rate experience. The player is launched into the game sans frills or fanfare, without even a cursory attempt at a backstory or introduction; it's just your wits vs. the room, no other context required.

The adage "if at first you don't succeed, try, try again" is especially useful advice for this game; in a couple of important instances, an action must be repeated numerous times to be effective. Otherwise, the puzzles are remarkably straightforward (if not exactly based in reality). With the exception of the final puzzle, nothing about #07 ML is wildly different or innovative; on the plus side, however, absolutely no leaps of questionable "logic" are necessary to escape the room. Don't take this to mean, though, that the game is easy or simple. There's plenty here to occupy your little gray cells, as Hercule Poirot might have said; the difference is that in the end, it all makes sense. This can be a rarity among escape games, and is something to be treasured.

The room itself is cool, clean and appealing, with white walls and minimalist furnishings. Interestingly, the keys in the game are beautiful, like tiny works of art; this shows an attention to and affection for detail that not many designers share. Navigating around the room is easy, and there are only a few instances of pixel-hunting. The absence of any sort of music seems to be a staple of 58 Works' games, and does not detract from the experience in any significant manner. I do, however, wish that the designers had chosen to include a save feature; it's such a simple element, and yet one that can radically decrease the frustration level of the player. Come on guys, get on it!

This minor annoyance aside, #07 ML is a really wonderful escape game. 58 Works just keeps getting better and better, more professional and polished with each game, and I'm excited to see what they produce next. In the meantime, we can keep trying to figure out what ML stands for. Miracle Lathe? Macabre Lotus? Oh well, whatever…

Play #07 ML

Walkthrough Guide


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Walkthrough

Click on coffee table. Click left drawer. Get blue key

Click blue key to remove end and reinsert to make screwdriver

Use screwdriver on wall panel between the 2 room doors. Get toy figure torso.

Look under stairs to get toy figure legs

Goto upto loft area. Click on plant and get silver key

Look under sofa. Get battery

Lift sofa cushion and turn it over. Notice diagram to get clock clue.

Consider diagram as a clock face. Consider orientation of face regarding numbers 3 and 9. Note where the gap is.

Click on clock above the unscrewed wall panel and use earlier clue

Wait until second hand is between 6 and 7. Click button to open clock. Get part of antique key

Click on shelving to right of door. Move car to get battery

CLick on chair to turn it round and get other part of antique key off the seat

Click on chair 20+ times to unscrew it completely. Get half of turquoise ball

Combine parts of antique key. Use on room door on left

Click by table leg to get other part of turqoise ball. Combine parts.

Use screws from wall panel (and screwdriver) to attach handle to box. Get remote control

Lift bottom of box to also get curly key

CLick on picture. Note pattern that gives a sequence for a 3x3 grid

Add 2 batteries to remote control and use on TV in the loft area. Note dot sequence relating to a 3x3 grid.

Use silver key on coffee table right drawer. Get orange ball

Click on picture above coffee table. Note pattern that gives a sequence.

Sequence is increasing number of blank spaces on each cube

Click corners to remove picture and reveal a 3x3 keypad.

Enter sequence from picture 1 to get green ball. Enter sequence from picture 2 to get blue ball. Enter sequence from TV to get yellow ball

Goto loft area. Use curly key on right hatch

Place colored balls in a rainbow sequence (now seen through the room window - nice touch!). Get toy figure head.

Combine 3 toy parts. Place toy on shelf of left hatch. Middle hatch will open.

Click on middle hatch to play and complete video game.

Navigate through maze until you find a panel that looks like doors. Knock it several times with your arm. Use arm to grab jewel.

navigate forward, left, right, right, left, forward

Go back to toy figure at left hatch. It is now holding a jewelled key.

Use jewelled key on remaining room door to exit.

That was my first attempt at a walkthrough. Hope it's OK :)

120 Comments

Woah...no comments. Little help here guys!!!

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what do you need help with covo? im kinda stuck myself.

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So far, I've got:

an orange ball
the part of the key with the teeth
a blue ring/screwdriver thing
2 screws
2 batteries
the body and the legs of what looks like a robot

I've also taken down the picture frame with the cubes on the wall and revealed the puzzle behind it - anyone know anything about that?

... and now i'm stuck.

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lol that's where i am too, isn't it annoying? all tho i did find a clue for something.

the bottom of the right couch cushion

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I Got that and...

green ball (from doing the "puzzel")

look at the progression of lines in the picture

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Schmorgluck May 20, 2009 4:17 AM

The link to the game set on the picture is wrong, its extension is "htmlml" instead of "html".

[Edit: Thanks! Fixed. -Jay]

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I suspect the...

toy robots feet go in the slits in the far left square in the loft

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i found something new

above where you get the upper body for the bot is a clock

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Jonathan May 20, 2009 4:23 AM

For the picture on the wall

First remove the picture from the wall

Then click the squares in the proper order

What is the order? Look at the picture.

Count the number of faces


394
861
275

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I found the

robot's legs

under the stairs

Still missing the head

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I currently see no reason for the clock other than let me know how late it is. :(
(although the top button does press in)

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I got 1/2 a turquoise ball by...

unscrewing the chair (click on it s TON of times)

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the second half of the key is behind the face of the clock

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Reaper, how do you get it?

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for the clock

it looks like you have to click it at the right time, i just pressed it rapidly till it opened up

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I think the hint under the

sofa pillow

has something to do with it.

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and im stuck again

i used the 3 keys, screwdriver, screws batteries remote and im left with

im missing the robot's head and 3 balls.

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Good call Priah...

Click when the second hand is on the 6

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sorry about that last post, kinda got stuff jumbled up a little.

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24653187 May 20, 2009 4:45 AM

anyone knows what should be done with the clock?

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Pretty straight forward after the clock part.

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ok...

used part behind clock to complete gold key

Got into "closet"

Put screws on handle

got remote and silver key

opened right square in loft

put batteries in remote and turned on tv...saw blips of light

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Covo how many blips were there?
Anything in the same

3x3 formation

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Sweet! i just finished the game. nothing like a good escape game at 2 in the morning.

For those of you looking for the key to the rightmost square up in the loft, its somewhere in the closet (the small room with the box)...

click on the inside of the box and a bottom layer is revealed

the rest should be straightforward

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Covo

the remote doesn't do that, it makes a rainbow apear in the window.

it looks like it is the ball order.

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errr you were right covo, sorry

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24653187 May 20, 2009 4:57 AM

anyone can help with the clock part? I can't solve it

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Jonathan May 20, 2009 4:58 AM

and I'm out ...
for the picture

There are three balls that you get from this device

The first,

look at the pattern on the picture you removed

The second,

look at the pattern on the picture in the closet

The third,

look at the pattern of blips on the TV

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Got it...thanks for the help!!!

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wickedcherub May 20, 2009 5:01 AM


I'm stuck, so I think I should stop looking for things and try and solve a puzzle now, but I don't know what.

I've got:

orange ball, green ball, old marble looking key, two screws, two batteries, body and legs of robot, screw driver

I'm wondering what to do with the clock, whether

the clue under the sofa means anything to the clock

and the red chair seems suspicious. Hmmm.

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Jonathan May 20, 2009 5:02 AM

Final Puzzle (with the

robot)

Forward
Forward
Left
Forward
Forward
Forward
Right
Forward
Forward
Right
Forward
Forward
Forward
Left
Forward
Forward
Push Long Bar to open doors

Door Opens
Push Long Bar to get Key

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wickedcherub May 20, 2009 5:22 AM

oh finally I'm out. Would anyone like a hintthrough or is it fairly straightfoward?

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ciarrapants May 20, 2009 5:28 AM

I don't understand the clock... What hint under the sofa cushion?

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24653187 May 20, 2009 5:38 AM

I would be the first one that want a hintthrough.

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sparkybena May 20, 2009 5:53 AM

yes please on the hint through... I'm missing one part frustratingly!

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For those having difficulty with the clock:

There's a clue under the right sofa cushion

It's a circle with a missing segment...

...maybe try stopping the clocks second hand as it passes over the seconds in that segment

Looks like that's around second 15...

...but, notice the line coming from the side of the clue, one is a line with 3 marks, perhaps it represents the number 3?

How many marks are on the other line?...In that case what seconds are represented by the missing segment? Stop the second hand at that second.

For those still stuck:

Click on the right cushion twice to see the clue.

The segment looks like its at 15 seconds, however the line with 3 marks is 3 on the clock and the line with 9 marks it 9, therefore the missing segment is around second 30.

Click the button on top of the clock as the second hand passes over second 30 (or just keep clicking it from 25 onward). Click on the clock to open it.

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Nightveil May 20, 2009 7:00 AM

Where did you get the

blue ring/screwdriver?

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sparkybena May 20, 2009 7:01 AM

I've got

half a blue ball

and I presume I'm missing

the other half?

Anyone help me out?

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Anonymous May 20, 2009 7:08 AM

Help me out with the grid puzzle please. I have worked out the ball with the tv clue but the others are not clear

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Ack, I can't find the

screwdriver

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks!

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sparkybena May 20, 2009 7:15 AM

RJF... have a good look at your

keys

.

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Doh! Thank you sparkybena!

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sparkybena - for the

second half of the turquoise ball

Have you tried

spinning the chair some more?

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sparkybena May 20, 2009 7:39 AM

mmmm, that's where I got the first bit RJF!

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Dooreatoe May 20, 2009 7:41 AM

I'm very stuck.

I have

1 blank space left in my inventory, and a robot with no head. I cannot set the robot where it looks like it's supposed to go. Could someone please point me in the right direction?

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sparkybena,

the second half is

next to the table in the closet

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I had a full inventory and couldn't figure out what to do next.

The remote doesn't work unless all your balls are in your inventory, not in the puzzle.

Then, when I couldn't figure out the order I realized:

Sky blue is "blue", dark blue is "indigo"

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Anonymous May 20, 2009 8:00 AM

I dont have the last ball which I guess is to be worked out with the picture removed for the grid puzzle. pppppppppppplease help.

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sparkybena

have you managed to break the chair off its stand? One piece of the ball is on the cushions, and one is in the metal stand

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sparkybena May 20, 2009 8:34 AM

how strange! I've just found

the other part of the ball, but it was a pixel hunting job in the closet, tucked behind the table leg....!

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sparkybena May 20, 2009 8:41 AM

and I'm out... thanks in the end to Jonathan's directions! It all gets a bit confusing there for a while!
Good game though, I like it!

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Anonymous May 20, 2009 8:47 AM

sparky could you help me out with the first instruction of Jonathan i.e. what is the code of the picture on the wall which was in front of the grid puzzle? I am stuck for very long. Help me please.

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ThirdTimestheCharm May 20, 2009 8:50 AM

The grid puzzle

hints are in the picture frames and TV.

The first frame is given above.
The second frame

is in the second room, above the table. Follow the line from outside to inside the shape.


The third clue

is the pattern in the TV. Use the remote. Click the grid in the order shown.

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purevibes May 20, 2009 8:54 AM

Sparky, Please help me out with the code for the grid puzzle on the picture removed from in front of the grid puzzle. Stuck there.

Help

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ThirdTimestheCharm May 20, 2009 8:56 AM

The turquoise ball has one part here

in the red chair frame - keep clicking until the chair falls off.

the other part is

in the second room under the table.

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Stabones May 20, 2009 9:01 AM

Sweet game! Just got out, no clue how I solved the clock, it just eventually opened for me

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Walkthrough

Click on coffee table. Click left drawer. Get blue key

Click blue key to remove end and reinsert to make screwdriver

Use screwdriver on wall panel between the 2 room doors. Get toy figure torso.

Look under stairs to get toy figure legs

Goto upto loft area. Click on plant and get silver key

Look under sofa. Get battery

Lift sofa cushion and turn it over. Notice diagram to get clock clue.

Consider diagram as a clock face. Consider orientation of face regarding numbers 3 and 9. Note where the gap is.

Click on clock above the unscrewed wall panel and use earlier clue

Wait until second hand is between 6 and 7. Click button to open clock. Get part of antique key

Click on shelving to right of door. Move car to get battery

CLick on chair to turn it round and get other part of antique key off the seat

Click on chair 20+ times to unscrew it completely. Get half of turquoise ball

Combine parts of antique key. Use on room door on left

Click by table leg to get other part of turqoise ball. Combine parts.

Use screws from wall panel (and screwdriver) to attach handle to box. Get remote control

Lift bottom of box to also get curly key

CLick on picture. Note pattern that gives a sequence for a 3x3 grid

Add 2 batteries to remote control and use on TV in the loft area. Note dot sequence relating to a 3x3 grid.

Use silver key on coffee table right drawer. Get orange ball

Click on picture above coffee table. Note pattern that gives a sequence.

Sequence is increasing number of blank spaces on each cube

Click corners to remove picture and reveal a 3x3 keypad.

Enter sequence from picture 1 to get green ball. Enter sequence from picture 2 to get blue ball. Enter sequence from TV to get yellow ball

Goto loft area. Use curly key on right hatch

Place colored balls in a rainbow sequence (now seen through the room window - nice touch!). Get toy figure head.

Combine 3 toy parts. Place toy on shelf of left hatch. Middle hatch will open.

Click on middle hatch to play and complete video game.

Navigate through maze until you find a panel that looks like doors. Knock it several times with your arm. Use arm to grab jewel.

navigate forward, left, right, right, left, forward

Go back to toy figure at left hatch. It is now holding a jewelled key.

Use jewelled key on remaining room door to exit.

That was my first attempt at a walkthrough. Hope it's OK :)

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ThirdTimestheCharm May 20, 2009 9:14 AM

The robot parts are

under the stairs

in the wall under the clock

and

upstairs behind the door on the right.

put them together and

in the grid of the door on the left.

The middle door

will open, it has a maze.

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Corky46 May 20, 2009 9:29 AM

Is anyone else waiting FOREVER for the game to load?

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Dooreatoe May 20, 2009 9:29 AM

Nevermind, I got it! :D

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purevibes May 20, 2009 9:43 AM

Anyone Please help me out with the code for the grid puzzle on the picture removed from in front of the grid puzzle. Stuck there.

Help

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Eireyes May 20, 2009 10:18 AM

Anyone else having problems loading the game? I get as far as part of a red loading bar...

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I'm having the same issues as other with attempts to load the game. I brought up the page and let it sit in the background loading while I did other things. After half an hour it still hadn't loaded.

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Anonymous May 20, 2009 10:30 AM

I'm having the same problem...black screen with red loading line...I'm stuck without ever getting started...LMAO.

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Corky46 May 20, 2009 10:33 AM

Yeah, I've had the red bar halfway loaded for about an hour now. This is a bit much. Looks like an interesting game from the other comments, I guess I'll just let it sit there in the background and hope it finally does load. :(

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nivalis May 20, 2009 10:41 AM

Eireyes, you're not the only one, I can't load this game too. The red bar stops at some point (each time at different place, but never goes to the end)

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Shostie May 20, 2009 10:46 AM

Anyone got a mirror link?

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Monty Zoomer May 20, 2009 10:58 AM

Hmmm...

can't get the green ball. The number sequence does'nt seem to work. Assuming 1 = top left and 9 = botom right. (Have tried 1 = bottom left... too)

Wow, first use of spoiler btw :-)

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Eireyes May 20, 2009 11:16 AM

I finally got it to load!

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Tried to load it four times in the last few hours. 503 Error every time.

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Joining in on the "It's not loading" bandwagon. I've been trying pretty much constantly for the past three hours or so, and the red line will stop loading anywhere from one-fifth to three-quarters in.

If I were sane, I'd back off for a while and try again when there's less traffic, but I'm clearly just too stubborn. This is a personal challenge now, I can't back down!

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wont load for me either :(

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I cannot get the game to load at all. I have the latest version of Java. I think that is what the game runs on. Can anyone help me?

Thanks!

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DylPickle May 20, 2009 12:23 PM

I think we broke it again...

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silliee May 20, 2009 12:41 PM

for those having difficulties with the picture full of cubes with lines in them...

thinking of the 3x3 grid as a numberpad with 1 in the top left and 9 in bottom right, then the code is
6 7 1 3 9 5 8 4 2

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i emptied my cache and it loaded fine after that. so if it is stuck instead of trying to reload it empty your cache first then click on the link again.

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Dark-Angel-x08 May 20, 2009 12:57 PM

I still can't get the dark blue ball!
Help!

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I am having the same problem as Monty Zoomer. I understand the picture from the wall. I've got the numbers. I've even checked out the spoiler that gives you the exact numbers to make sure I understood it. However I cannot seem to figure out where "1" is.

It doesen't work like a telephone key pad, a backwards telephone kepad, an inverted telephone key pad, a backwards inverted key pad, nor do the blips seem to be the numerical order.

HELP!!!!!

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Eireyes May 20, 2009 1:02 PM

Thanks for the tip tlsims - that did the trick. I'm in! Wooohooo!

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Sorry, it's the

second grid puzzle that's stumping me, from the closet. Shape? Line? It's tracing the same path....

None of the explanations of the clue are clicking at the moment.

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Sorry, it's the

second grid puzzle that's stumping me, from the closet. Shape? Line? It's tracing the same path....

None of the explanations are clicking of the clue make sense at the moment.

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Eireyes May 20, 2009 1:34 PM

Tara:

The buttons don't have a number corresponding to them like a phone. Perhaps you should hit them in the order shown by each clue - number order, than follow the patterns.

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coolpilot May 20, 2009 1:45 PM

great game. Lots of interesting puzzles.

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shadowscribe May 20, 2009 2:24 PM

Tara -

think 'sequence' not 'number pad'

Shudog -

it is a line ....

the line goes around twice....

you need to hit the center buttons on each side in sequence twice

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Anonymous May 20, 2009 2:49 PM

Stuck at Closet Picture Puzzle - can someone please give more explicit hint? Got all balls except indigo....

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sevarious May 20, 2009 4:21 PM

For some reason I can't find the screwdriver anywhere! Can someone point me to right area?

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Guisella May 20, 2009 4:27 PM

Please help!! No matter how I try I cannot get the green ball!! I have all the other ones!

I did the bleeps on the TV to get the orange ball. Then the pattern of the picture in the closet and got the dark blue one. But I CAN'T get the green one! please help anyone!?

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love the ending, so beautiful!

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I can't figure out the dark blue ball either. All the hints and diagram is confusing me, lol.

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Guisella May 20, 2009 4:35 PM

Green ball please anyone?! I tried the
394
861
275

and nothing.
I got all the other balls, just need the green one. Help please!

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Ohh, finally got the dark blue ball.

The diagram in the room where you opened the door with a key (only one room you had to do so).

I wrote out the numbers to make it more visual like:
123
456
789

Then just followed around.

You go around twice.

Never hit an odd number.

See it as a number pad: 42684268

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On a telephone or computer keypad.

1st ball is - 671395842
2nd ball is - 426842684
3rd ball is - 123654789

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correction...only works on telephone keypad, computer keypad is backwords. put in those numbers like you were dialing a phone.

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Yay! Made it without walkthrough, which, for me, is very rare.

The maze drove me batty for a few minutes lol

Great stuff.

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JJ--

Your video game maze navigation isn't working for me.

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question about colored Balls

it says to put them in rainbow order. that that should Red,Orange,Yellow,Green,Blue,Indigo,and Violet. Red and Violet lock in place but the others don't. Plus Orange is not in the game so i can't put all 7 balls in to get the Doll's Head,and at this point there's nothing left to collect. Am i missing something?

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ok scratch my last comment, but:

I put the colors based on the way I remember it as Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet. The acronym reads ROY G. BIV. I did it in that order but I didn't get a doll head. Any ideas?

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Got out with no walkthrough. Escaper #34,016. Regarding the Yellow ball:

I got it early without even knowing how. Was that the code that showed up later on the TV?

Also, regarding the last puzzle:

The maze. It took me forever to figure out to press the black horizontal bar at the bottom to "knock" on the door.

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@ray9na:

Regarding the last puzzle:

I read JJ's walkthrough to see if my path was different. It isn't. Just not clear on forward.
Go forward until you hit the wall.
Turn left.
Go forward until you hit the wall.
Turn right.
Go forward until the 1st right.
Turn right.
Go forward until you hit the wall.
Turn left.
Go forward until you hit the door.
Use the horizontal button to knock.

Forgot to say earlier that I really enjoyed this game. Just the right difficulty for me.

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Forget the last comment again. Now there seems to be an odd and freaky thing about the clock. Anyone have any ideas on what to do with this? It's enclosed in the spoiler.

Apparently the clock in the game matches your own. So if you play it at 7:50, you have to wait until 8:35 your time before you can open the clock. There has to be an easier way. Anyone?

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sparrow May 20, 2009 10:55 PM

Great game! Thanks for the walkthrough JJ.

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jdub1221 May 21, 2009 11:18 AM

11:08. 340 clicks

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It doesnt load for me. Any help?

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Thanks for your help with this JJ. I think all you guys are so extremely clever solving these. I wouldn't have a hope in hell to finish these puzzles without help. Doh!

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Yeah, it doesn't load for me either. Weird. :/

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For those having trouble getting it to load:

Try any browser other than IE.

(That is by far the worst browser you could possibly use.)

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Yay! I got through this one sans walkthrough. I am very pleased with my mental acrobaticallity right now. :)

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Thanks, jay, but I use firefox. It never loaded for me. I didn't even get the red line people talk about. What a shame.

[Edit: It must be due to either your Flash Player version or some Firefox extension you have installed then, because I just tried loading the game in Firefox on both Mac and Windows platforms and it worked just fine. -Jay]

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Weird, I have Java latest. But I will check my extensions. Thanks again!

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the #07 ML mystery is solved. I went to Google Translate and copied the japanese at the bottom to it and the first words reveal this:
The first seven series. Modern? Living out of the game.

sounds like ML means Modern Living ;)

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Dark-Angel-x08 May 23, 2009 3:03 PM

Woop!
Got through it without a walkthrough in 24 Minutes 34 Seconds!

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I cannot figure out how to combine pieces, like the keys. Nothing I try has worked. Can someone give me some advice?

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OhioSunshine May 24, 2009 12:47 AM

I can't figure out how to put pieces together, like the keys. Nothing I have tried will work. Can someone give me some advice?

(I had some trouble posting comments, so if this shows up twice, I apologize.)

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Ohio and Sunshine,when you get the bottom part of the key,the part that would fit in the door,click the info button so that you get a closeup of that. click on that once,and it'll be level and you'll see where the top part needs to go. now just click the top part of the key,then click the bottom part and it's assembled.

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Hint-Through
An index of hints and spoilers so you can get help where you're stuck without revealing too much. (Not a step-by-step walkthrough.)

Finding Items


Balls

Dark Blue Ball


Hint: look at the picture on the wall inside the closet.

Press the keys on the 3x3 grid above the low, white table in this order...

As if looking at a telephone keypad: 4-2-6-8-4-2-6-8-4

Turquoise Ball


1st Half:

Hint: Break some furniture!

Click on red chair, spinning it, until it finally falls apart. Then look inside the base.

2nd Half:

Hint: behind a door.

In the closet, on the floor behind right front table leg.

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Green Ball


Press keys in correct order on 3x3 grid on wall above low, white table.

If keys were a telephone keypad, you'd press 6-7-1-3-9-5-8-4-2

Yellow Ball


Hint: Watch TV.

Enter pattern on the 3x3 grid

If keys were a telephone keypad, you'd press 1-2-3-6-5-4-7-8-9

Orange Ball

Hint: find a key first.

Unlock and open the right drawer of the low, white table.

Keys


Brown Wooden Key

Bottom Half:

On red chair

Top Half:

Inside clock

Putting It Together:

With top in your main inventory, click it to change its angle, revealing two small holes in the bottom. Select bottom half and fit the two pieces together.

Use the key to open . . .

the closet (left door).

Plain Silver Key


This key opens...

The right drawer of the low, white table.

It is located...

Upstairs, in the plant next to the television.

White Concentric Circles Key


This key opens...

Right wall panel located upstairs by the sofa.

It is located...

In box on table inside the closet (click on the bottom panel to reveal hidden compartment).

Screwdriver

Hint: it looks like a key

Find light blue "key" on the ....
Manipulate it until the key falls off and you're left with a screwdriver.

Batteries

The batteries are for...

The television remote.

They are located...

One is on the shelves by the backdoor, behind the car.
One is upstairs, under the sofa (face sofa, click on right side).

Television Remote Control

In the box on table inside the closet.
To open the box, use the screws and screwdriver to attach handle.

Robot


Legs:

Under the stairs

Arms/Torso:

In the wall to the left of the backdoor.

Head:

Solve the colored ball puzzle located behind the right wall panel upstairs.

Working the Puzzles

Clock


Look under right sofa cushion for a hint.

Click the button on top when the second hand is at the correct angle.... (the exact time is not a factor).
You may have to find other items first then come back to the clock later.

3x3 Grid on Wall Above Low, White Table

Click on edge of picture of geometric blocks until it falls off wall to reveal the gridpad.
Hints for this puzzle are revealed as you progress through the game, in the following order:

1. Study the picture of geometric blocks above the low, white table....notice the number of lines on each block.

3 -- 9 -- 4
8 -- 6 -- 1
2 -- 7 -- 5

If keys were a telephone keypad, you'd press 6-7-1-3-9-5-8-4-2

2. Look at the pattern on picture on the wall in the closet.

Start on button in first column, second row, and winding around twice until you end on the same key you started on.

As if looking at a telephone keypad: 4-2-6-8-4-2-6-8-4

3. Use the remote controll.

Watch the zig-zagging pattern on the TV.

If keys were a telephone keypad, you'd press 1-2-3-6-5-4-7-8-9

Colored Ball Puzzle

Look out the window for a hint.
This puzzle reveals . . .

The robot's head

Robot Maze


At the end of the maze you'll get ...

Key to the exit door.

The solution is...

Forward until you hit a wall; turn LEFT... then keep going forward until you reach another wall: turn RIGHT...go forward slightly and take the first RIGHT....from there, go forward until you reach another wall; turn LEFT....go forward until you reach plain doors. Use the SPACE BAR to push open the door (may need to hit more than once). Press SPACE BAR again to grab the key.

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Fynn Fish August 10, 2009 7:08 PM

The game was nice, i really liked the design of the keys and stuff!

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Good - minimal pixel-hunting, and just the right amount of clues; I was stumped for a while, but everything turned out logical, so I didn't need to refer to a walk-through once! ^_^

Would've liked a save feature, though, and I feel the graphics weren't quite as polished as they could've been.

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everyday player July 16, 2010 12:31 PM

I appreciated BadDog's path to the jewel. I finally found the way. The other spoilers were not clear at all.
Also, about the clock,

I just kept clicking on the second hand as it went around the clock. The gap did not look like it was between 6 and 7 to me.

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