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Button Escape: Chapter Edition

Have yourself a merry little button game... Tototo Room gets Christmassy with Button Escape: Chapter Edition, where you'll need to find and click on eleven gray balls hidden throughout the scene in order to light up all the ornaments on the Christmas tree if you want to escape. This one definitely falls into the "blink and you'll miss it" category, with a decided emphasis on cracking codes and no inventory items whatsoever. But if you want something sweet and festive with just enough puzzle oomph to start your gears turning for give minutes, Button Escape: Chapter Edition is the perfect Christmas treat to whet your appetite without wearing you out... after all, you need to be in tip-top shape to stay up and catch Santa Claus, right?

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Eve(christmas eve) is on 12M24D

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Thank you, bearharry. That was exactly the puzzle that was stumping me.

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looking forward to walkthrough :)

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Location of all buttons


1. On the upper left corner behind the curtain.
2. Break the ball with the pin under the candle

click the candle , then click the ball twice.

3,4. Graphic on the door
3.On the reindeer's nose
4.On upper right snowman
5.At the lower left corner of the cupboard view.
6.In the picture of the Caged reindeer

Hint on the graphic on the door and the HAPPY

UL, UR, LL, LL, LR

7,8 Behind the clock (Clock numbers are clickable)

Hint from the cupboard and the PASS

Four words are "SEVEn" in yellow, "thrEE" in red, "ELEven" in green, "siX" in blue

Click 3,6,7,11

7. Flying behind the mouse
8. In the Hat of mouse
9,10: In the box written "Eve + X'Mas" in the Fridge

Eve is Christmas Eve, on DEC24= 1224,
And X'mas is on DEC25 = 1225

1224+1225=2449

9. Upper right corner of the lid of the box
10. Under the lid of the Yellow/orange ball in the box
11. Under the door Knob.

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Briefly stumped by the code in the white box

My first instinct is always day first, then month!

Super cute though!

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Bobo The Bear December 23, 2014 5:53 PM

I agree ... that 4-digit code was not intuitive, but did make sense at the end.

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