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Magical Sphere 2

B... Bianco-Bianco? Is that you? It's a miracle! Magical Sphere 2 is an odd little escape game with two different endings, set in what appears to be one seriously mystifying museum. The cursor will change when it passes over something you can click on to interact with, and the arrows at the edges of the screen can be used to move around the room. One of the biggest challenges might actually be accidentally missing something simply because its hotspot is tucked in at an odd location, so be sure and comb over every nook and cranny if you get stuck! It's not actually a particularly long or difficult game once you've found everything you can click on, but it's an appealingly odd escape that'll fit inside a coffee break without taking all of it up.

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I love the Blender reference!

Suzanne

There appears to be more than one ending. The one I got apparently I missed something so going to replay to see if I can figure what else I need. I did notice there were some hot spots I did not use.

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Ok, replayed and there are two endings.

Don't go out the door, keep looking around there may be other ways of getting out!

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baileydonk February 4, 2016 8:46 AM

I don't understand the box with the three number code... although the clues seem totally clear, the answer I get does not work. What have I got wrong?

I'm taking the three symbols from the wall, the order they appear on the dais, and the numbers on the back of the chair and I get 2, 4, 5.

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Patreon Crew SonicLover February 4, 2016 11:40 AM replied to baileydonk

Bailey, you're exactly correct, but that part of the game is a bit bugged.

Cycle the first digit. It should work then.

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jmart07 February 4, 2016 12:09 PM replied to SonicLover

I had the same issue as Bailey, and SonicLover's solution did the trick.

Thanks all! Good game except for that lame glitch.

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CasualEric8 February 4, 2016 3:29 PM

Nice little quick escape. Thanks to SonicLovers explanation of the bug, that got me through the number code puzzle.

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Meterman70 March 8, 2016 4:06 AM

Is this a remake of 'Escape from Blender Art Gallery'?

It featured that same monkey model too.

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walkthrough please :)

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