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Tsure Game 6.3

Some escape games feature elaborate stories, or at least a clearly identified reason as to why you're trapped. And then there's Lu-taru's Tsure Game 6.3, which plops you down in front of some sort of freestanding vanity without so much as a "hi, how are ya," folds its arms, and stares at you expectantly. Though it does seem like the faucet is leaking, so maybe you should do something about that? There's no changing cursor, so click on everything to find out what's interactive and what isn't, especially since you never know where an additional hotspot might be hidden to help you advance. The Japanese-only text isn't necessary to solve the game, though combined with the lack of a changing cursor to find what you may be missing to click on, some players may find the lack of helpful feedback frustrating. If you take your time and think things through, however, Tsure Game 6.3 has some clever puzzles up its sleeve, though... you probably still won't be qualified for any real home repair when you're done.

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Coffeeteamix April 16, 2016 11:47 AM

regarding the ending:

there are 2! The bad end was

hilarious. XD


Hint for people stuck with a screwdriver, metal piece, and can't figure out the telephone code:

The metal piece is NOT part of the faucet.

kguy152000 April 16, 2016 7:19 PM

Having trouble toward the end:

I have disassembled the faucet and the circular puzzle behind the sink is still unsolved. I can't figure out to ut the faucet back together without it overflowing.


@Kguy152000: The only hint I'm going to give you:

Screw this.

Yes, that's a real hint. Any more and I'll ruin the surprise.

Kyttynjirr April 16, 2016 11:01 PM replied to kguy152000


to find the answer for the circular puzzle behind the vanity:

examine the green screwdriver (the flathead); click on it in the close-up to turn it around -- the answer to the circular puzzle is on the end of the screwdriver's handle.


I've never expected an escape game to be this educational and funny. And funny in an educational way. And educational in a weird way.

bankroller April 17, 2016 6:18 PM

Ok, I'll admit it, yes I am the official idiot playing this game. I have found nothing but lots of puzzles to solve. Can someone give me a kickstart please!!


I'm happy to say I solved this puzzle and I also learned how to fix a faucet!

I did flood the bathroom once!


That was a fun little game! It took me forever and a lot of random clicking to discover that

The little metal piece you get goes on the bottom cabinet in order to do the phone puzzle. I did flood the bathroom once before I was able to excape. XD

Mysterious Appeal April 19, 2016 7:31 AM

Nice game.


Totally stuck on the "tel" puzzle. I already have the metal bit and...

used it to reveal the keypad. I've tried a bunch of different ways to try to crack it's code and come up with probably 10 different (incorrect) solutions. Translation from a phone keypad to the cryptic keypad, vice versa, simple substitution for the character keys, etc. (and yes subtraction)

I even found a French language website that gave me what i thought was the correct code (it wasn't) but my French isn't that good so maybe not. Am I a victim of a glitch? Someone please explain to me how this puzzle works.

alfredk April 24, 2016 3:02 PM replied to alfredk

Yep, over complicated it. Face palm.


Cute! Never knew that a soap dispenser could

store spare faucet parts.

whatstheanswer April 25, 2016 4:48 PM

Apparently, posting a question about the 'TEL' puzzle leads one magically to figure it out on one's own! So here I am...

whatstheanswer April 25, 2016 4:59 PM replied to Konrad

That was very helpful, thanks!


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