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My First Flower Viewing

Buh-hwaaaaaaaaaaa? Unlike no1game's other cute point-and-click puzzle games, My First Flower Viewing stars a little boy instead of a girl, what madness is this? He and his mother want to go see the cherry blossoms, but before they can go, you need to help him find all the items they need for a relaxing picnic. To play, click around to hunt for clues and interact, keeping an eye out for the rather baffling amount of code clues for the locks peppering this apartment. (Is Mom trying to raise the next Professor Layton?) My First Flower Viewing definitely falls into the short and sweet category, with a handful of puzzles that all make sense and most of the difficulty coming down to finding the occasional item or clue in an odd spot. no1game's "My First" titles always feel like they might be mostly aimed at children with their cheery premises and simpler puzzles, but they're fun and light enough to be enjoyed by just about anyone... apart from the odd disparity of how whiny the little boy makes his little girl counterpart seem. My First Flower Viewing will kick your brain awake just enough to make a nice break, and maybe the next time you go on a picnic, you'll have a few things to add to your list, too!

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Walkthrough Guide


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walkthrough

Picnic Blanket

95759 is in the sink
press 95759 to the lock of the balcony door

Box lunch

Click the lower edge to see the table
The box lunch is on the chair of the opposite side.

Camera

Get the stool aside the wardrobe,
put it under the whiteboard,
The camera is behind the whiteboard.

Paper plates and cups

Hints:
Red:

Behind the curtain of balcony

Green:

Behind the rubbish bin

Blue:

At the lowest drawer of the Fridge

Yellow:

Under the wardrobe

Answer:(to the lock beside the drawers)

Star, Concentric Circles, Square(not kite), Triangle pointing upward (6,1,5,2 times form left to right)

Water bottle

in the lowest drawer under the sink

Wipes

Hints are in the fridge (upper part)
And you need to click the puzzle first to know which one to which one...
Answer (to the box above the wardrobe)

100,1/2,78,320

Garbage Bag

Hint is in the drawers

Click 4,4,1 times for up to down at the wardrobe lock

Finally put all the things on the table and then you can leave the door.

7 Comments

bearharry March 10, 2015 11:41 AM

walkthrough

Picnic Blanket

95759 is in the sink
press 95759 to the lock of the balcony door

Box lunch

Click the lower edge to see the table
The box lunch is on the chair of the opposite side.

Camera

Get the stool aside the wardrobe,
put it under the whiteboard,
The camera is behind the whiteboard.

Paper plates and cups

Hints:
Red:

Behind the curtain of balcony

Green:

Behind the rubbish bin

Blue:

At the lowest drawer of the Fridge

Yellow:

Under the wardrobe

Answer:(to the lock beside the drawers)

Star, Concentric Circles, Square(not kite), Triangle pointing upward (6,1,5,2 times form left to right)

Water bottle

in the lowest drawer under the sink

Wipes

Hints are in the fridge (upper part)
And you need to click the puzzle first to know which one to which one...
Answer (to the box above the wardrobe)

100,1/2,78,320

Garbage Bag

Hint is in the drawers

Click 4,4,1 times for up to down at the wardrobe lock

Finally put all the things on the table and then you can leave the door.

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bearharry March 10, 2015 11:55 AM

For the box on the wardrobe

you need to click the puzzle first to know which one to which one...

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Interestingly, when the protagonist is a little BOY, he doesn't start off immediately whining that he can't possibly do it all by himself.
Gotta love Japan.

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thanks bearharry :)

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Hah, I was thinking the same thing, PAgent. Otherwise, it's a cute, quick escape game like the others from the series! My piece of advice for anyone going in without using the walkthrough is to leave no area unclicked...!

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Thought I was just about done but couldn't find "yellow" anywhere. Thanks for the walkthrough hint for this one last part I'm stuck on! Only problem now is that for some reason I can't enter the "colour code." It just resets every time. Has this happened to anyone else? I'll try inputting it one more time but I don't know what else to do to make it work...

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And the very last time I was going to try it, it worked. 8th (or whatever I was up to by now) time's the charm I guess... o_O;

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