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RoseKey's escape game Pass*Word is all about flowers, stars, and alarming musical flourishes as you try to find your way out of a cute room with a locked door and some cryptic decor. To play, just click on things around the room... your cursor will change when you can interact with something, and arrows will pop up when you mouse over the left and right sides of the screen so you can move around the room. To view items you're carrying up close, click what you want to peep at, then click the "about item" button. Pass*Word is on the short side, and probably a little simple as well, with most of the clues and their corresponding puzzles fairly obvious. It feels more like a warmup than anything else, and a bit of extra fleshing out would have made it a real winner. As it is, if you're looking for an escape game you can play before you've rubbed all the sleepies from your eyes, along with some musical riffs that will shock you awake if you, oh, were playing unaware with your volume all the way up, Pass*Word is a good choice.

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Ok, so I'm not sure what is going on with this, but

I never opened the brown box with the shapes and flowers. You just enter the clues from the backs of the blue and white papers and you're out.

North by Down April 27, 2015 1:19 PM

Unfortunately, Rose Key's website is of that particularly vile genus that disables right-click menus. If you're in Chrome and have plugins set to 'manual activation', you'll need to fix that before you can play.

To do this (for this website, at least), open the browser console (Ctrl+Shift+J) and type document.body.oncontextmenu = null.

CJTressler April 27, 2015 2:13 PM replied to neo1973


I didn't notice

you could look at the backs of the notes.

I guess using that does make it a little easier to solve.


@Neo and CJTressler:

If you open the brown box, you get a key to use on the blue panel with the lock on it. It reveals a 4x4 grid of letters, which helps you figure out the key words. The marks on the front of the pieces of paper correspond to the locations of the letters on the grid, and the back is supposed to help you unjumble the letters into the right words!

As for the box code itself:

Just look for the four symbols around the room! The diamonds are on the blue pillow. If you turn on the lamp, you'll reveal some stars. There are pink flowers around the room, and the daffodils are inside the book (on the shelf above the chair)


If anybody is getting stuck at the word jumble input

It appears you have to press 'clear' in between each word, before putting in a new word. It doesn't matter which order you put the three words in.

If you give up, the three words are from the clues on the two pieces of paper and the third one in the book. If you REALLY need the answers...

Clean, flute, pants

bdr198524 April 28, 2015 8:07 PM

I'm actually having trouble with the colored lever box. I get that the pencils in the cup are the clue but everything I've tried thus far with the heights of those in mind fails to actually work.

bdr198524 April 28, 2015 8:09 PM

Also, hilariously enough you can't just enter the word from [i]that[/i] box even if you spoiled yourself on what it is.


Yeah, the pencils were a pain in the bum.

If you call the starting position 0, then go 1, 2, 3 in terms of how many clicks you need to get it to move up to the right level, this is the order:

red: 3
pink/purple: 0
green: 1
blue: 2

Don't ask me why it is that order even though two of the pencils look the exact same length, but that's the combination that works when you start clicking after the logical answer doesn't work.


Agggggggh no wonder I couldn't get it to work right. Didn't realize what to do until I moved everything up one more click though (I could have sworn they didn't start one click up from absolute bottom).

ThemePark April 30, 2015 7:58 AM

As bdr198624 noticed, Catherine's solution is wrong. It's actually:

Red: 4
Purple: 1
Green: 2
Blue: 3


no walkthrough huh?


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