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Dismantlement: Box Lunch 3It's the magic of Japanese point-and-clicks to create something out of seemingly nothing. One clue following another, one step leading to the next, makes players realize that there's so much more below the surface. In Dismantlement: Box Lunch 3, the surface happens to be just that - the top of a bento box.

For the unfamiliar, Japanese bentos are multi-compartment lunch boxes, sometimes featuring several vertically stacked layers. Box Lunch 3's rendition of Chinese cuisine lets players feast their eyes on hot and sour tofu soup; dim sum; seafood; and more delicious dishes.

Another short and sweet treat in the Dismantlement series, this little flash game offers all the familiarities of your classic Japanese point-and-click. Alphabet puzzles, pattern matching, a bit of patient clicking, and other quintessential brainteasers are quite straightforward, serving to make this one a quick snack

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JudyJetson March 19, 2018 2:02 PM

stuck on the blue and red puzzle (far left compartment inside the lunchbox)

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JudyJetson March 19, 2018 2:11 PM

pop
nvm

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These “Dismantlement” games are strangely addictive!

People with red-green color blindness will have problems with the last puzzle in this game—hard to make out the colors even with normal vision.

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While this game is a lot shorter than the previous ones, it's a pleasant surprise to see that the Dismantlement series still continues.

Dismantlement: Box Lunch 3

While this bento experience may not be as mindblowing, it's still great bite-sized fun for your lunch break.

Unboxing

So you have this lunchbox which needs to be unlocked, with four chicks on top that can wear a tiny hat, tiny shoes, or both.

The hint for it is on the fork that comes with the lunch.

The fork handles has circles with bars above, below or both.

So add hats, shoes, or both to the chicks accordingly by clicking them 3, 1, 2, 3 times.

The clicking sound calls your attention to the fact that the clasps on both sides have opened so you can remove the top.

Appetizer (the one in the center)

I can't identify this food, but I'm guessing it's some sort of steamed pudding.

Whatever this is, it opens up to reveal a puzzle with four rotating pieces connected by lines.

So click the pieces (clockwise from top) 2, 2, 3, 2 times until their openings match the lines.

A screw appears in the middle, so you remove the screw (remember, you start with a screwdriver in this series) and then the dish.

Mapo Tofu

Now you can deal with the dishes on both sides. On the left, you have tofu cubes floating in a spicy red sauce, which hides a puzzle with colored grids and a grid of colored buttons.

The grid flashes between horizontal and vertical stripes, each pattern being blue with red in the middle.

And the buttons need to be colored either red (0 clicks), blue (1 click) or purple (2 clicks) according to the clue.

The corners are always blue and the middle always red, so click each corner once and leave the middle button alone.

Each other square toggles between blue and red, so click them twice to turn them purple.

Once you have the correct code, a screw appears and you can remove this dish too.

Omelette

The other dish on the right side hides a four-letter puzzle, where the clue has its top and bottom halves alternately obscured.

Recombining the halves of the orange letters gives the full code: ESFP.

So enter that in the lock to reveal the screw that lets you remove this dish. Now you can remove the entire top tier of the box.

Almond Tofu

Not actually tofu, but a sweet pudding dessert. This dish hides four dice arranged in a diamond shape with digits between them.

Three of the dice are identical: their side faces go from 5 to 1 to 2 to 6 as you turn them clockwise. The other die has 3, 2, 4, 5 on its sides.

The puzzle here is to rotate the dice so that the two faces adjacent to each digit add up to that digit.

The sum of 3 (top-left) can only be formed by a 1 on the left die and 2 on the top die, or vice versa.

Examining the available numbers, the sum of 7 (bottom-left) can only be formed from a 2 on the left die and 5 on the bottom die, or vice versa.

The only way to fulfill both these conditions with the left die is to have 1 face the digit 3 and 5 face the digit 7.

So the numbers that form the sums are (clockwise from 1) 1+2=3, 6+1=7, 2+3=5, 2+5=7. The visible dice faces should be 2 and 6 on the top and right dice, 6 and 5 on the left die, and 4 and 5 on the bottom die.

So click the dice (clockwise from top) 2, 2, 2, 3 times to solve the puzzle. Unscrew the dessert and remove it.

Shrimp Donburi

It's a trap! This dangerous-looking contraption has a three-letter lock and a clue with polyominos colored red and green.

The colors on the clue are
RGR RRR RGG
-R- -G- -G-
R-R R-G R-G
RGR RRR RRR
.

By combining the top and bottom pieces, you get 3×3 grids where the red squares form the letters H, C, L.

There's no timer on the device, so take your time to carefully enter the code and stop it from activating.

Then remove the device to complete the game. Enjoy your lunch!

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kdausman March 23, 2018 4:57 PM

It is great to see the series continue! Unfortunately, this one was way too easy... I was out in less than four minutes. I would love to see some real challenge.

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