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Inspector Kloo 9

Elementary, my dear Kloo! Inspector Kloo, that is! In Esklavos' point-and-click puzzle game Inspector Kloo 9, an anxious maid calls you in to help with a missing art collection, and it's up to you to find evidence, solve puzzles, and track it down, all from the confines of the cozy seaside apartment. To play, just click on things to interact when the cursor changes as it passes over them. Some objects in your inventory can be used on one another, while others have more straightforward uses in the apartment. The biggest issue with Inspector Kloo 9, apart from some typos, is that its mechanics are still a little clunky, and some item uses feel unnecessarily awkward and vague because not everything is labeled clearly. Despite that, however, Inspector Kloo 9 is surprisingly complex, with a ton of items to find, and a satisfying amount of puzzles, all rendered in Esklavos' signature sleek style. It ain't murder most foul, but at the end of the day, a mystery is still a mystery, even if it's open and shut!

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So close...

I have two pieces of rope. Can't find the third.


Not too hard. Solved it with no help. Here are a few hints for getting past what I found to be the trouble spots:

Graphite powder is good for collecting fingerprints. You need something made of graphite, and something bowl-like to carry it in.

The lady who called you here may have lost something. If you find something with no apparent use and that's not evidence, maybe it belongs to her.

If something sticks around in your inventory even after you've filed it as evidence, maybe it warrants a closer look.



Kept seeing rope through window. But I had already cut it why does it keep showing through the window??? Can't cut through a plate of glass! "What ever remains however improbable..."

thepsychgeek September 16, 2015 6:35 PM replied to SonicLover

I would also add that the cellar code needs to be lined up in the upper left corner (I was so annoyed, because I KNEW what numbers I needed, but couldn't figure out where they needed to line up. Annoying)!

Also, the black thing above the computer is a printer. Because apparently I'm not very bright because that took me a minute.


Tat was fun. Had to use the walkthrough a couple of times because of pixel hunting but otherwise it mostly made sense. Although

putting the lipstick on the housekeeper was kind of wierd


Apparently I'm supposed to have a camera of some kind???


Bah. POP.

thepsychgeek September 17, 2015 6:41 PM replied to baileydonk

You need to

use the key from the basement on the box that's in the boat


walkthrough please


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