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Christmas Toy Room

I know what you're thinking. Christmas escape games are nice, but what if they were also super cute? Well, wonder no more, because Yonashi has unwrapped Christmas Toy Room, and it's got gadgets and gizmos aplenty, but instead of whozits and whatsits galore, we've got all manner of teddy bears, toy trains, decorations, puzzles and more. Just click on things to interact and more around the room. Objects you can use highlight with a transparent silhouette when you mouse over them, and you can view items you're carrying close up by clicking on the little magnifying glass on their icon. Some of the puzzle mechanisms you'll encounter are pretty clever, so make sure to keep an eye on your surroundings to see if something may have changed elsewhere in the room as you fiddle with things. Christmas Toy Room is a great little holiday escape that'll entertain you and make you think without overstaying its welcome... but hopefully you won't have to be the one doing all the wrapping for these toys!

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Walkthrough Guide


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Walk trough.

1

Click the bookshelf right of the dinosaur.

See the blue books? They have notes on them, and circled numbers.

2

Notes means music. Is there a instrument somewhere?

Click the piano.

Press the numbers you saw on the books. new numbers will light up, take a note of those numbers.

3, 4, 6, 10

3

Go back one screen, and press the side of the piano.

You can input numbers here. Use the ones you just got.

1, 8, 4, 5.

Piano opens and you get a star. Yay.

4

Click on the cute stuffed rabbits.

Click on the hat of the middle one.

Inspect the hat, click it.

A string will appear.

Take note of the Triangles. Where have we seen triangles with these colors?

Next to the picture of Santa and on the bookshelf!

5

Go to the bookshelf.

If you press the buttons, the smaller pictures next to Santa will change orientation. You need to match them.

Blue and green one press, red, 3 presses.

6

Now they match! Go to the Santa picture and click it.

It opens, and there is room for stars, just like the one you already got.

We need more stars.

7

Click the christmas tree.

Another star!

8

Back to the main screen.

Click on the train.

A train will puff by.

Note the letters. Note how it's going from station Z, to A, to B.

Wait some more.

Another star!

Go back.

9

Go to the dinosaur.

Click on the nut.

Click on the dino's mouth. (He won't bite)

You can input some letters where.

Try the ones from the train, if you like. But they won't work.

You need to add one letter.

K, E, Y.

10

Dino mouth opens.

You get a set of keys and another star.

4/5. One more.

11

Inspect the keys. It's a blue and red one, with hearts on it.

They can turn. Note the weird shapes on the keys.

12

Three more places left to search.

The nutcracker. And you have a nut that needs cracking, how convenient.

Look at the panel.

See the red and blue shapes? Look familiar? It should.

They're from the keys.

Position them in the same way as shown and it'll form shapes that you need to input.

Cone shaped, Square.

13

It opens!

Put the nut in it and crack it.

You get a green ball.

14

Two places left to search.

Back to the bookshelf.

Open the cupboard, and place the ball on it. Press start.

Follow the ball. (Not sure if it changes every time, but it isn't fast so you should be able to follow it).

Last star!

15

Go to the santa claus picture and insert all the starts.

Another key!

16

Last place, I promise.

Go the present.

Insert the keys.

A wild button appears.

Press it.

17

Choose your ending

17 Comments

Made it! This was a simple, but really cute and fun, escape.

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This game is adorable!

Short, but quite fun.

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I am not getting

The train clue, which I presume is the dinosaur tooth code...

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Thanks for telling me the dinosaur teeth code existed! I had no idea that was clickable!

Play around with the position of the letters in the alphabet. The clue is a little backwards, but it'll be clear to you when you've got it.

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The endings were so cute! especially the 'party' one

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stratoman December 14, 2015 3:41 AM replied to Korvar the Fox!

The train is going from A to B

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Still not getting the train clue...

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@nightveil:

The train goes from point Z via station A to point B in the game. It would also work if the train had gone from point P via station Q to point R. The key here is in the station. The letters on the train is where it's coming from, and the station is the key here.

Hope that hint helps.

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For the train code

add one letter

it will spell KEY.

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Can someone please hint what to do with the Father Christmas pic ? I got the hats in the right directions, but I can't tell which corners to click.

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trewerty December 14, 2015 1:07 PM replied to pesky

@pesky,

Are you sure you have the hats pointing in the right direction?

If they are, then you simply click anywhere on the picture; if not, then...

...check the hat clue again that you got from...

...the party hat popper.

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pesky December 14, 2015 3:11 PM replied to trewerty

I have

blue up, orange down, green up, which on the reindeer is blue and green facing me, orange away

. It's not working.

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Pesky, its a slightly misleading clue.

It's referring to the orientation of the hats not the reindeer.

And it isn't done vertically.

It just means left right left

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pesky December 14, 2015 6:46 PM replied to IcyJack

IcyJack: Oh that sucks as a clue. I would even argue that it was wrong. Thanks to your help I now have the right solution. Thanks for the help.

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pesky December 14, 2015 6:49 PM replied to pesky

and I forgot to thank trewerty earlier in my frustration. Thank you trewerty too.

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Walk trough.

1

Click the bookshelf right of the dinosaur.

See the blue books? They have notes on them, and circled numbers.

2

Notes means music. Is there a instrument somewhere?

Click the piano.

Press the numbers you saw on the books. new numbers will light up, take a note of those numbers.

3, 4, 6, 10

3

Go back one screen, and press the side of the piano.

You can input numbers here. Use the ones you just got.

1, 8, 4, 5.

Piano opens and you get a star. Yay.

4

Click on the cute stuffed rabbits.

Click on the hat of the middle one.

Inspect the hat, click it.

A string will appear.

Take note of the Triangles. Where have we seen triangles with these colors?

Next to the picture of Santa and on the bookshelf!

5

Go to the bookshelf.

If you press the buttons, the smaller pictures next to Santa will change orientation. You need to match them.

Blue and green one press, red, 3 presses.

6

Now they match! Go to the Santa picture and click it.

It opens, and there is room for stars, just like the one you already got.

We need more stars.

7

Click the christmas tree.

Another star!

8

Back to the main screen.

Click on the train.

A train will puff by.

Note the letters. Note how it's going from station Z, to A, to B.

Wait some more.

Another star!

Go back.

9

Go to the dinosaur.

Click on the nut.

Click on the dino's mouth. (He won't bite)

You can input some letters where.

Try the ones from the train, if you like. But they won't work.

You need to add one letter.

K, E, Y.

10

Dino mouth opens.

You get a set of keys and another star.

4/5. One more.

11

Inspect the keys. It's a blue and red one, with hearts on it.

They can turn. Note the weird shapes on the keys.

12

Three more places left to search.

The nutcracker. And you have a nut that needs cracking, how convenient.

Look at the panel.

See the red and blue shapes? Look familiar? It should.

They're from the keys.

Position them in the same way as shown and it'll form shapes that you need to input.

Cone shaped, Square.

13

It opens!

Put the nut in it and crack it.

You get a green ball.

14

Two places left to search.

Back to the bookshelf.

Open the cupboard, and place the ball on it. Press start.

Follow the ball. (Not sure if it changes every time, but it isn't fast so you should be able to follow it).

Last star!

15

Go to the santa claus picture and insert all the starts.

Another key!

16

Last place, I promise.

Go the present.

Insert the keys.

A wild button appears.

Press it.

17

Choose your ending

Reply

pesky and IcyJack, you are actually both mistaken.

The reindeer do not give out the clue for how the hats in the paintings are supposed to be, they only act as a way of turning those hats.

The clue for how the paintings should look is found in the hat you can take from the middle rabbit. If you examine it, it turns out to be a piece of firework, so if you pull the string, you get a present, which is the real clue to the hat paintings.

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