Weekday Escape - Retro Edition N°41


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Weekday Escape Retro

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Hi, Retro Weekend Escape is here!


With Vitamin Hana you can spend a day at the office, but only if you are extremely slooow escaper. For others it's like a few minutes or so. MayMay went strictly pink in their game and in Gam.eBB dismantle game you get a bowl of noodles and there's something ticking inside...better to open it as quickly as possible! Neat Escape's escape is from a train, from some reason accompanied by medieval themed soundtrack.


Have a good time and enjoy!


Day at the Office 3

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A day in Vitamin Hana's office is fun - instead boring numeral codes they have colorful ones like in a kindergarten and you also get a chance to release anger issues. But most of all it's a short day. You need to solve several puzzles and out! Hooray!
The cursor isn't changing, no save button, one ending.

Here are the prequels: Office Day in WE N°71 and Day at the Office Again in WE N°94.


A Great PINK Day

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Everything is pink in MayMay's room(s) even the basketball ball and basket. You are looking for a key, of course, but as a by side product of your search you get several pieces of clothing - a dress, a hat and high heels shoes so when you are able to escape finally, it's in a perfect pink outfit!
The cursor isn't changing, no save button, one ending.


Dismantlement: Noodle

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If you feel that the Gam.eBB's bowl of noodles seems suspicious...yes your feeling is correct. There is a mini bomb inside it! First you need to find solution of four riddles - the hints are in the menu lying beside - dismantle the bowl and than disable the bomb. Easy!
The cursor isn't changing, no save button, one ending.


Sleeper Train

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Neat Escape's game from 2015 has simple settings. You wake up in your compartment of a sleeper train, hungry, and find out that the compartment is locked and you can't find a tv controller. On top of that, you can't find a milk, too, and would have to settle for plain black coffee - hopefully there is some sugar in it, at least. On the second (less annoyed) look you notice several coded locks on cabinets and the situation is suddenly clear - you're supposed to escape the compartment! Can you?
The cursor isn't changing, save option + autosave, one ending.


We love escape games, and our readers love talking about them and sharing hints! How about you? Let us know what you think, ask for clues, or help out other players in the comments below.

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I just tried Sleeper Train and the game is pretty good

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paulmashtv April 21, 2021 10:02 AM

looking forward to the walkthroughs

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eondivad April 21, 2021 3:46 PM

Thanks for posting a Dismantlement episode. Great memories of playing that series.

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Day at the Office 3 no frills walkthrough

3 number desk drawer

It looks like a time goes here.

Look at the clock.

9:25

Take the thumb drive and the cable.

Printer

Put the thumb drive in the printer.

Print a pie chart with three colors missing.

To find the missing colors

compare to the pie chart on the wall.

The missing colors are

red, blue, and pink.

Left side cabinet and green plate

Enter red, blue, pink and take the screwdriver.

Use the SD to unscrew the green plate by the clock. Turn out the light.

Note the red X under the clock.

Note the books on the shelf.

The books are blue, orange, green, orange, green, and blue.

Right side cabinet

Enter the colors of the books.

Click button B O G O G B. Take the laptop.

3 symbol desk drawer

Look at the symbols on the laptop.

Look at the pie chart for the proper order.

Enter the hat (or is it a UFO?), the fan (or is it an ulu?), and the heart.

Take the hammer.

Remember the red X?

Smash the wall blow the clock.


Second room

Take the magnifying glass.

Look at the miniature office with the magnifying glass to get the order for the 6 button safe.

2 5 3
4 1 6

Take the pole and extend it.

Pull down the screen.

Place the laptop on the table and use the cable to connect it to the projector.

Turn it on and look at the clue.

4 button door

Use the diagram from the projector.

Click UL UR UL LL LR UR LR LL

Hooray!

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paulmashtv April 22, 2021 11:48 AM

thanks Doltt. looking forward to more from you.

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mearcstapa April 23, 2021 12:01 PM

Sleeper Train Walkthrough

Let's look around, shall we? Those flowers look pretty. Let's look closer! Now, let's look closer still. Wait, they move!


Nothing under the left one.
But under the right, we find PARTS! Let's take them.

What else can we see? Let's back up. And again.
Hmmm. Nothing on the TV...yet.
The door below the TV seems to need a Colour Code. We'll come back to that. The Panel on the right needs a 4 letter code, but we don't know that yet. Let's look at the table.
Lovely! a cup of Coffee! But, we can't do anything with it. Too bad. All this mystery makes me thirsty.
On the right, we have yet another code! This one says Month above it. Perhaps we can find the answer by looking around more.
But wait, what's that? There's a gap in the table legs. I wonder...I see something between there. It can't be reached right now. We'll come back.
Now, if I turn around...
A cabinet that appears to be wired shut. There are Pillows on the bed. A door I can't unlock that has a pretty pattern. A lightswitch, but it seems to be missing....

PARTS!
Let's put the PARTS in the switch and see what happens.

Ah! Lights go off now! Let's look around.
Hey! Someone has written on the walls in glowing paint!

Months? Now where will that help?

With nothing else to see in the dark, let's turn the lights on. Ah, fluffy Pillows. I wonder if there's a mint on them.

Sadly, no. But what's this? Under the right pillow is a BATTERY!

Let's solve that Month Puzzle, shall we?

Look at the table, check out the panel on it. July is the 7th month, March the 3rd, and August the 8th. So:
7 3 8
Voila! We've got NIPPER!

Where can we use that? Right!
Cabinet:

Use the NIPPER on the cabinet, and open the doors.

What do we see?
3 Tea Cups
A Roman Numeral Puzzle
A Vertical Pattern Puzzle
Well, where have we seen a Vertical Pattern? Right-o!

The Door

Let's match the pattern on the door with the puzzle.
2 clicks for the top, 5 for the middle, 3 for the bottom.
Presto! a REMOTE CONTOL. Shucks, it needs batteries. Well, we have one. And we know where the other is.

Let's see, what's next. Let's look at the Tea Cups.

Tea Cups

Hey, the lift too! And they each have a colour beneath. From left to right, they are Blue, Purple, Red. Now, about that Three Colour Puzzle from earlier...

Three Colour Puzzle

Let's go under the TV again.
It wants three colours, and we have three colours.
Blue (8 clicks) Purple (3 clicks) Red (6 clicks)
It opens and we get...tinned food? Oh, and MILK. Let's take that.
Where to put the MILK, though. Oh! Our coffee!

What a lovely design in our coffee...it looks like...

Roman Numberal Puzzle


Let's take our new numbers ( IV VII IX) to the cabinet. Let's plug them in and we get a KEY!

With nothing else for it to work on, let's try the door. Whaddaya know! We're out! Oh. Darn. More to do. Okay then. Let's go down the hall and see...what's on that door? A knife and fork? I wonder...yup. We can take the KNIFE. You know, it should be thin enough to fit between the legs of the coffee table.

Shall we try? Goody Goody! A second BATTERY! Let's put them in the REMOTE.


Now, perhaps we can just sit back and enjoy quality progra...what is that? A bunch of lines?

The Panel

They almost look like...letters? Missing parts of them? Well, the good news is we've seen a Letter Puzzle, and it has limited options. So let's try it out.
There's only one letter that goes from top to bottom, left to right: N.
There's only one letter that has 3 sideways bars: E.
There's only one that has two diagonal upwards lines that meet at the top: A.
There's only one with a bar at the top: T.
NEAT
Presto! We now have another KEY!

With no visible locks in this room, let's head into the hallway again. Hmm. Just the knife and fork door.

Does the KEY work there? Hey! it does! Great!

Dinnertime!

Let' look around, shall we? Those flowers look pretty. Let's look closer! Now, let's look closer still. Wait, they move!

Nothing under the left one.
But under the right, we find PARTS! Let's take them.

What else can we see? Let's back up. And again.
Hmmm. Nothing on the TV...yet.
The door below the TV seems to need a Colour Code. We'll come back to that. The Panel on the right needs a 4 letter code, but we don't know that yet. Let's look at the table.
Lovely! a cup of Coffee! But, we can't do anything with it. Too bad. All this mystery makes me thirsty.
On the right, we have yet another code! This one says Month above it. Perhaps we can find the answer by looking around more.
But wait, what's that? There's a gap in the table legs. I wonder...I see something between there. It can't be reached right now. We'll come back.
Now, if I turn around...
A cabinet that appears to be wired shut. There are Pillows on the bed. A door I can't unlock that has a pretty pattern. A lightswitch, but it seems to be missing....

PARTS!
Let's put the PARTS in the switch and see what happens.

Ah! Lights go off now! Let's look around.
Hey! Someone has written on the walls in glowing paint!

Months? Now where will that help?

With nothing else to see in the dark, let's turn the lights on. Ah, fluffy Pillows. I wonder if there's a mint on them.

Sadly, no. But what's this? Under the right pillow is a BATTERY!

Let's solve that Month Puzzle, shall we?

Look at the table, check out the panel on it. July is the 7th month, March the 3rd, and August the 8th. So:
7 3 8
Voila! We've got NIPPER!

Where can we use that? Right!
Cabinet:

Use the NIPPER on the cabinet, and open the doors.

What do we see?
3 Tea Cups
A Roman Numeral Puzzle
A Vertical Pattern Puzzle
Well, where have we seen a Vertical Pattern? Right-o!

The Door

Let's match the pattern on the door with the puzzle.
2 clicks for the top, 5 for the middle, 3 for the bottom.
Presto! a REMOTE CONTOL. Shucks, it needs batteries. Well, we have one. And we know where the other is.

Let's see, what's next. Let's look at the Tea Cups.

Tea Cups

Hey, the lift too! And they each have a colour beneath. From left to right, they are Blue, Purple, Red. Now, about that Three Colour Puzzle from earlier...

Three Colour Puzzle

Let's go under the TV again.
It wants three colours, and we have three colours.
Blue (8 clicks) Purple (3 clicks) Red (6 clicks)
It opens and we get...tinned food? Oh, and MILK. Let's take that.
Where to put the MILK, though. Oh! Our coffee!

What a lovely design in our coffee...it looks like...

Roman Numberal Puzzle


Let's take our new numbers ( IV VII IX) to the cabinet. Let's plug them in and we get a KEY!

With nothing else for it to work on, let's try the door. Whaddaya know! We're out! Oh. Darn. More to do. Okay then. Let's go down the hall and see...what's on that door? A knife and fork? I wonder...yup. We can take the KNIFE. You know, it should be thin enough to fit between the legs of the coffee table.

Shall we try? Goody Goody! A second BATTERY! Let's put them in the REMOTE.


Now, perhaps we can just sit back and enjoy quality progra...what is that? A bunch of lines?

The Panel

They almost look like...letters? Missing parts of them? Well, the good news is we've seen a Letter Puzzle, and it has limited options. So let's try it out.
There's only one letter that goes from top to bottom, left to right: N.
There's only one letter that has 3 sideways bars: E.
There's only one that has two diagonal upwards lines that meet at the top: A.
There's only one with a bar at the top: T.
NEAT
Presto! We now have another KEY!

With no visible locks in this room, let's head into the hallway again. Hmm. Just the knife and fork door.

Does the KEY work there? Hey! it does! Great!

Dinnertime!

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4red3s April 23, 2021 12:50 PM replied to Doltt

THANK YOU!!!!! Doltt

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4red3s April 23, 2021 12:51 PM replied to mearcstapa

THANK YOU!!!!!! mearcstapa

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RIDDLE Dismantlement "NOODLE" walkthrough

Since I am unfamiliar with Japanese cuisine, I will give a description of each item. I would love to know what these foods are.

The menu in the upper left is your best friend.

Let’s start with the rectangular item that looks like a roofing shingle in the upper right of the bowl. Each number has a square above it that is divided in half with an arrow in it.

The menu shows 4 groups of geometric figures.

The arrows indicate that we should look at the right, right, left, and left side of each group.

If we squint our eyes really hard, the right side of the first figure looks kind of like a

6

Answer:

6 3 5 9

I’m pretty sure that’s an egg on the upper left of the bowl.

The menu shows 4 groups of 2 shapes each. Each shape has a lightbulb on it.

In each group, take the second shape and place it on the first object so the lightbulbs are aligned.

If we rotate the first shape and place it on the first one, it looks like a

T

.
Answer:

T L P J

Pink spirals on the lower left:

The menu shows a circle with 8 shapes around it. Below that are four groups of the same shapes.

For each square, draw a line from each shape to the center of the circle.

When we draw the lines for the first square, solid star, outline star, solid heart, and outline heart, they meet in the middle and form an

X

Answer:

X Y K L

Are those potatoes in the lower right?

The menu shows three digital figures are to be added to three more.

If we overlap the first one and the one below it, and remove the white segments, an

H

is formed.

The answer requires 4 letters, but there are only three figures in the answer! Look closely at the third figure.
Answer:

H F I I

The bomb:

Look closely at the menu.

The lettering on the cover looks a little suspicious.

Flip the word menu upside down.

Answer:

N U A W

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Doltt April 24, 2021 1:30 AM replied to mearcstapa

Thank you for a great walkthrough! I loved the way you told the story. Some of it was the way I talk to myself, except I swear more. It was very well written.
I'd like to add a clue for the last letter puzzle.

Look to the left at the knife and for fork door.

III-I + TV

Add the lines to the TV clue.

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paulmashtv April 24, 2021 12:29 PM

loved the Neat Escape and Dismantlement walkthroughs. Thanks for these. looking forward to the Maymay one soon.

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I really wish Gam.eBB would go back and recreate all his old Dismantlement Flash games in Unity or HTML5. Those were such great games with such a unique aesthetic—really loved them!

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jF May 5, 2021 3:07 AM replied to Doltt

Doltt, might can shed some light on that tasty dish you see in Dismantlement: Noodle! The dish itself appears to be a fairly typical Japanese bowl of ramen. There are a lot of different ramen styles, but they all generally consist of some kind of wheat noodle served in a savory broth and topped with assorted items.

The hard-boiled egg is a common topping, as is the dark green sheet of nori at the top. The meat on the right of the dish is most likely sliced pork, but could be something else like beef, venison, or even chicken. The pink-and-white "pinwheel" things are slices of narutomaki, a processed seafood product common in Japanese cuisine. Lastly, the garnish in the center is probably negi, usually referring to scallions but also used for other members of the Allium genus, such as green onions and leeks.

Makes me hungry! :)

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Doltt May 8, 2021 3:25 AM replied to jF

Thanks for the Japanese food primer, jF. It was very informative, and now I'm hungry.

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