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Fixed Unfixed Escape

MayMay's name is quickly becoming synonymous with fast, cute, and fun escape games, and Fixed Unfixed Escape is no different, though sadly this time there are no baked goods to devour. Instead, you're trapped in a small room with a bed, a balloon (we all float down here), a door that opens onto a tiny balcony, and not much else... y'know, aside from a bunch of puzzle locks. The cursor won't change as it passes over things, so you'll need to click around and figure out what's interactive for yourself, and remember to use "About Item" to view and play around with the items you're carrying up close. One of which will be a dirty and torn piece of laundry, for those of you who have been desperately wishing for more games about complicated solutions to household chores. The biggest challenge here will definitely be trying not to overthink things, as Fixed Unfixed Escape is definitely a straightforward game, but while it might last less time than it takes to drink a cup of coffee/iced tea/ginger ale/the tears of your enemies, it's still cute and fun in a way that makes it perfect for a little nibblet of an escape game.

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Walkthrough Guide


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Here a walkthrough, the game is very linear.

Pick up the blanket from the bed

Take safety pin from blanket

Open safety pin (click on it)

Pop the balloon with the safety pin

Pick up the number '3' button

Go to the ventilator and add the missing '3' button, press it

Read the shapes

1 - Triangle, 2 - Square, 3 - Circle

Turn around and pick up the saw

On the left drawer enter the shapes from the ventilator

1 - Triangle, 2 - Square, 3 - Circle

, get the magnifier

Check out the magnifier to get the needle.

Return to the bed, saw off the bedpost at the dotted line, check out the sawn-off piece with the magnifier, note the varying sized circles.

Big to small: 2 4 1 3

Go to the balcony (right door)

Open the top left cupboard using the circles

Big to small: 2 4 1 3

, get the washing detergent. Look the the back of the washing detergent for a code

Go back inside and use the code on the bottom right cupboard.

The code is the sequence to push the buttons: Top right - bottom left - right - top - bottom right - bottom - top left - left

Get the spool. Note the three remaining spools.

Use the spool on the needle. Get the a needle with thread

Use the needle with thread on the blanket. Get a repaired blanket.

Go back outside and use the spool code on the bottom drawer.

Full - black, half - red, almost empty - orange

. Get the screwdriver

Go back inside and use the screwdriver on the gray panel. Get the hose.

Go outside and connect the hose to the washing maschine

Put the blanked and the detergent in the maschine

Turn the maschine on

('on' button)

Pick up the wet blanket

Drape the blanket over the railing. Read the text apperaing on the blanket

Open the top-right cupboard with the text

'thanks'

. Note the symbols on the bottles

1 - moon, 2 - tulip, 3 - sun

Go back inside and use the symbols on the left door (exit)

1 - moon, 2 - tulip, 3 - sun

You are out !

8 Comments

Very logical, but a bit too easy.

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I needed that quick in and out logical escape to get my sleepy mind moving.

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barbara April 3, 2015 4:38 PM

For the fan

The only important button is the

third button. I made the mistake of studying the shapes it hit with the first and second buttons before I even got the third button. When I got the third button, I forgot to recheck the shapes until after I had wandered around for ages, clicking and clicking and getting nowhere.

After solving the fan, it was fairly straightforward, although not quite the doddle I was expecting.

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https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawnrLT_DgOiK7Leoj0eRHY69GNEFT33XtTU April 4, 2015 8:51 AM

Not THAT easy, TBH.

All the puzzles do lead to each other pretty well, it's fairly playable but you can get stuck like I did.

Though, saying that, I did get myself free without needing a walkthrough.

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lynnehammar927 April 4, 2015 2:09 PM

Love MayMay puzzles - no math skills required!

Thanks, Barbara, I was making the same mistake you were, and would never have figured that out.

For the 3 color puzzle, I didn't realize it related to

the spools of thread

! Had to google a walkthrough to figure that out ...

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markus_b April 6, 2015 5:07 AM

Here a walkthrough, the game is very linear.

Pick up the blanket from the bed

Take safety pin from blanket

Open safety pin (click on it)

Pop the balloon with the safety pin

Pick up the number '3' button

Go to the ventilator and add the missing '3' button, press it

Read the shapes

1 - Triangle, 2 - Square, 3 - Circle

Turn around and pick up the saw

On the left drawer enter the shapes from the ventilator

1 - Triangle, 2 - Square, 3 - Circle

, get the magnifier

Check out the magnifier to get the needle.

Return to the bed, saw off the bedpost at the dotted line, check out the sawn-off piece with the magnifier, note the varying sized circles.

Big to small: 2 4 1 3

Go to the balcony (right door)

Open the top left cupboard using the circles

Big to small: 2 4 1 3

, get the washing detergent. Look the the back of the washing detergent for a code

Go back inside and use the code on the bottom right cupboard.

The code is the sequence to push the buttons: Top right - bottom left - right - top - bottom right - bottom - top left - left

Get the spool. Note the three remaining spools.

Use the spool on the needle. Get the a needle with thread

Use the needle with thread on the blanket. Get a repaired blanket.

Go back outside and use the spool code on the bottom drawer.

Full - black, half - red, almost empty - orange

. Get the screwdriver

Go back inside and use the screwdriver on the gray panel. Get the hose.

Go outside and connect the hose to the washing maschine

Put the blanked and the detergent in the maschine

Turn the maschine on

('on' button)

Pick up the wet blanket

Drape the blanket over the railing. Read the text apperaing on the blanket

Open the top-right cupboard with the text

'thanks'

. Note the symbols on the bottles

1 - moon, 2 - tulip, 3 - sun

Go back inside and use the symbols on the left door (exit)

1 - moon, 2 - tulip, 3 - sun

You are out !

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EscapeEverything June 2, 2015 8:10 PM

dl£As$ Put $poIleers out with Temptations

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EscapeEverything June 2, 2015 8:13 PM

not looking but guess u saw the balloon in half with saw

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