ClickPLAY Time 2
Ninjadoodle is at it again! ClickPLAY is back with 20 new levels of ClickPLAY clickiness! It's more concerned with how quickly you think, relying less on reflexes and more on the little gray cells that occupy your noggin. Fans of the genre are sure to find lots of entertainment in this quick and amusing little distraction. Come on, click Play and begin! You know you want to...Read More
Thanks for the quick response, Trinn! I don't suppose you can give me a push for Level 20, too?
My first thought was that "M-D" was a subtraction problem in Roman Numerals, the answer to which was 500 (M = 1000, D = 500). That didn't work. I also tried 1,500, which didn't work either. I have no idea what else to try, or how the title ("Happy Halloween") fits into the equation... a hint would be appreciated!
The thing is.. I can play this game with absolutely no lag whatsoever on Bart Bonte's website on Firefox.. but it lags terribly here. I've tried IE (don't have Chrome installed) and while there was less lag, there was still some. So I don't think it's so much a Firefox issue at this point.
That aside.. cute little game but I had to refer to the walkthrough for at least half of the name scrambles.
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ClickPLAY Time 2 Walkthrough
Your score is based on the time spent solving the puzzles, the less time used, the better the score.
Don't be afraid to click anywhere and everywhere, the number of clicks does not count against you.
Pay attention to colors, many of the puzzles are color-based.
There will be directions for the color-blind.
Good luck and click play!
Level 1 (Pyramid Tipping)
Click on the car to make it move forward.
Click on the pyramid to tip it over.
Click on the sun (low on the horizon) to bring it up.
Level 2 (What a Hoodlum)
Click two tiles to swap them.
Note the bow and arrow. The name is Robin Hood.
Level 3 (Fruity Forgery)
This is a find the differences game. You need to find and click 5 differences.
1) The raised eyebrow.
2) The left ear (look for the arrow).
3) The stem of the apple.
4) The bottom of the monocle chain.
5) The middle of the bowtie.
Level 4 (Counting Letters)
The clue is MEOW and A=1.
You are looking for a four digit code.
What says MEOW?
A cat says MEOW (But what does the fox say?).
Using the simple number/letter substitution, C=3, A=1, and T=20.
The answer is 3120.
Level 5 (Bumping Bricks)
Note the bricks above the guy.
The bricks are five colors, from left to right: yellow, green, blue, red, and yellow.
Note the little sign to the right that says RYGBY.
You want to move the little guy underneath a color (by clicking the color), then clicking the little guy to jump.
You need to have him jump in the order of the sign, red, yellow, green, blue, yellow.
Note: It doesn't matter which yellow, it works both ways.
For the colorblind: imagine the sections of brick numbered 1 through 5 from left to right.
Click on section 4 (red) to move the little man, then click on the little man to make him jump.
Then have him proceed to number 5 (yellow), number 2 (green), number 3 (blue), and number 1 (yellow).
Level 6 (The Queens Secret)
Note the martini and the playing cards.
The answer is James Bond.
Level 7 (Tanathon 2013)
The object is to move the kids so that the tannest is #1, and the least tan is #6.
Click on the far left kid, and move him to the far right.
Move the third from the right kid to the second from the right position.
Move the second from the left to the third from the right position.
Switch the second from the left with the third from the left.
Level 8 (Standout Character)
Note that certain letters in the paragraph are bolded.
The bolded letters are: twonineonetwo.
That spells out 2912.
Level 9 (Dentalwork Mixup)
Here you have to match the dental charts to the...whatever those things are.
The dental charts are, from left to right: blue, green, and red.
The animals are (look at the eye color): green, red, and blue.
Once you can match the chart to the animal, click on the animal's nose too open their mouths.
Use the chart to remove teeth. Each X on the chart is a tooth to be removed.
Level 10 (Knuckle Sandwich)
Note the boxing glove.
The answer is Rocky Balboa.
Level 11 (Meeting Chicks)
The objective is to move the panels until you have a complete comic.
Click on two panels to swap their positions.
Swap the far left and the far right panels.
Then swap the far right with the second from the left.
Swap the third from the right with the third from the left.
Swap the third from the right with the fourth from the left.
Swap the third from the right with the fourth from the right.
Swap the far right with the second from the right.
Enjoy the cartoon about meeting chicks.
Level 12 (Knock-Knock-Knock)
This is a four digit answer.
Note the graphic above, with the four colored buttons (purple, red, yellow, and green).
Also note the rectangle, with the same colors: upper left red, upper right yellow, lower left green, lower right purple.
Also note the name of the level.
Move your cursor to outside of the white rectangle in the upper right and you should see it turn into a hand.
Click (knock) three times and a number will be revealed. Do this at each corner and get four numbers (4, upper left, red; 7, upper right, yellow; 8 lower left, green; and 3 lower right, purple).
Place the numbers in the same order as the buttons and you get 3478.
Level 13 (Power Path)
Click on the left button.
Power is now running through the lines. The objective is to set each of the arrows so that power not only runs to the one at the bottom far right, but also runs through each arrow.
Here's a Screenshot of the solution.
Level 14 (Yippee-Ki-Yay)
The better clue to this one is in the title of the level.
The answer is John McClane.
Level 15 (Roman Magic)
The clue on the left is telling you that all rows, columns, and diagonals should equal 15 (XV).
That makes this a "magic square" puzzle.
The red numbers (upper left to lower right diagonal) are already in place and locked.
Here's a Screenshot of the solution.
Level 16 (Squinting Helps)
Another four digit code is needed.
Squint at the graphic really hard. Yes, seriously.
If you are wearing glasses you can see it better if you take them off.
The code is 7693.
Level 17 (Button Shopping)
Click on the power box on the light pole on the left to open it. Click again to turn the power on.
Click on the shop door to open it.
Once the door is opened click on the switch inside to turn on the sign.
Click on the sign letters to turn them off until the only ones lit up spell "PLAY".
Level 18 (I Hate Snakes!)
The title and the fedora are the clues.
The answer is Indiana Jones.
Level 19 (Sliding Doors)
You are facing a locked door. Note the two red buttons above (A and B) and the arrow patterns.
Click on the left of the scene to move to the "Power A" section.
Set the levers to match the arrow patterns for A. Upper row: down, down, up. Lower row: up, down, down.
Click to the right to go back to the door.
Click to the right of the door to go to the "Power B" section.
Again, use the arrow patterns to set the levers. Upper row: down, up, down. Lower row: up, down, up.
Click to the left to go back to the door.
Click on the button between the A and B buttons and a ladder will come down.
Click on the ladder to move up.
Once you are above the door, click on the big arrow to go down below the door.
Once you are below the door, click on the cabinet above the big arrow. Open both sides, in one you will find a key. Take the key.
Click on the big up arrow to go to the space above the door.
Click on the ladder (not the big down arrow) to go back to the door.
Click on the key and drag it to the door to unlock.
Level 20 (Happy Halloween)
Another four digit number.
The only clue is "M-D".
Well, the title is another clue.
M-D stands for month-day.
What month and day is Halloween? 10-31, that's what.
Posted by: grinnyp | October 12, 2013 11:02 AM