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Rating: 4.5/5 (22 votes)
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It's nighttime and you find yourself in the garden of a small Rinnogogo's hotel. The garden gate is locked and the garden seems deserted but after a while you find out that there is someone after all...is it a fairy or a human? Will she help you?

blue7.pngThe fairy tells you she lost something but doesn't explain what and so you try to figure out how to get to the hotel and look for anything unusual there. When you finally open the hotel's door you find out that it is very small indeed - it has four apartment only - and that the receptionst is deeply asleep and not helpful at all. Since nobody stops you, you can go whenever you want and thoroughly explore the hotel and all its lovely apartmens (after you find the keys from them, of course). Each room is different and in each you find several puzzles - you have a lot to do before you can go!

As all Rinnogogo's escapes, this one also has a beautiful art and soundtrack. If stuck, the game has a good hint system but before you use it, look carefully around...few hints are well hidden at the edges of the game screen or visible only after you click a rather inconspicuous area.

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2 Comments

I keep forgetting there's a hint system on Rinnogogo games! (I zoom my browser window and scroll the top bit off the screen so I can see more game detail.)

I wonder if that one screw on the sign by the gate was supposed to be something originally? I really expected to return to it after exploring room 201, but the node was disabled after solving an earlier puzzle.

The plant path puzzle in room 202 requires some perspective:

The plant icon doesn't really clue you in, but you need to be looking sideways at the nearby shelves for the solution.

One you get the sequence from the number of objects on the shelves, start with 1 and "draw" a path by clicking the segments from one number to the next.



How ya like that opportunistic fairy?

"That ain't what I dropped, but gimme it anyway…"

😄

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stuckinabasement August 6, 2022 7:15 AM replied to jF

I really liked this one - a good mix of puzzles.

I think the screw on the sign

is an addition symbol, and is part of the clue for

the four-digit code.

Would have been interesting to have a second function as well, as a screw.

LOL @ opportunistic fairy! I thought the same.

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