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Weekday Escape N°365

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Hi! Weekday Escape and Weekday Puzzle are here!

We start with two new cans in tomoLaSiDo's vending machine. Then come standard escapes by Studio Shimadzu with rather unexpected outcome and very retro Liromisty with three endings. A game from FreePDA just asks you to open the door - but many times.

We have two puzzle games this week. A magical one from Kultisti and a Sokoban one from MarioMak967.

Have a good time and enjoy!

I'll Open It Up

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If you're thirsty look on the lowest shelf of tomoLaSiDo's vending machine and you will find two new cans.
The cursor isn't changing, autosave (the game saves already opened cans), one ending.

Departure to the Moon


It is not clear what Studio Shimadzu's ordinary living room has to do with the moon (at least for non-Japanese speaking players), but when you manage to open the door out of the room, you will understand. Ignore the notes in Japanese, the game is clear without them.
The cursor isn't changing, no save option, one ending.

Escape from a Room with a Bookshelf and Stuffed Bears

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Liromisty's game was released now in November and not many years ago - it just looks like it. But if you don't mind simple graphics, you will find some interesting puzzles in the game and lovely bears.
The cursor isn't changing, no save option, three endings.

The Rooms: Escape Challenge


Last week we got boxes from FreePDA to open (WP N°68), this week it's a series of closed doors. This concept is quite familiar and also popular, and there's nothing to explain - just find a way to open the door in front of you, and there's another one right behind it!
The cursor is changing, autosave, one ending.



The new puzzle game from Kultisti is dark, magical, strange and fun. I'm afraid I don't quite get it, but I can confirm that it is very appealing and calming.
Contolled with the mouse.

Stars Align

stars.pngFinally, one game for fans of Sokoban games. The puzzler by MarioMak967 is combined with a laser game and has simple rules - line up the stars in one line. This will open the door to the next level.
Controlled by WASD/Arrow keys, X to select Z to undo R to restart a level. Autosave.

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.


Escape from a Room with a Bookshelf and Stuffed Bears was tricky. Wore my arm out holding my cellular up to the monitor for Google Translate, but the translations don't provide any help at all.

First ending is simple enough:

Pick up the envelope lying on the floor near the bookcase. Somebody dumps a cake on your head when you open it!

For the right panel under the bears:

This is very similar to those Jesus illusion things.

Look at the black parts, not the white parts.

The black parts form numbers. Once you see them, you understand that this is a four-digit control panel.

You can find the code in plain sight.

The code is framed and hanging to the left of the door. (The code is randomized for each play.)

For the red/yellow/blue control panel near the potted trees:

Tinkering with the panel reveals that it takes eight colors as a combination.

Note the button on the far right. It appears to have an arrow pointing to the right, and another pointing downward.

Noting that the colors are red, yellow, and blue, what else in the room has those colors?

The books in the right side of the bookcase are red, yellow, and blue.

On the second right shelf, there are exactly eight books.

Using the hint from the arrows, go from left to right across the first five books, then top to bottom for the last three. This gives you a sequence of colors.

Enter the color sequence on the control panel. (The game randomizes the colors of the right three books, so each play will have a different sequence.)

For the panel to the right of the door:

Have you found both pieces of paper? You can't solve this one if you haven't.

Put the pieces together. (Use "About Item" on one of them, and while looking at it, select the other piece. Click on the one you're looking at to merge the two.) You get an arrow and the numbers 21213.

There are five numbers. And there are five colored buttons on the panel. Is there anything in the room which might match?

The stuffed bears on the shelf match the colors, and there are five of them.

Using the note clue, enter the color of the first bear to the left twice. Then enter the color of the second bear once, the third bear twice, the fourth bear once, and the bear on the far right three times. You'll enter nine colors in total. (The colors of the bears are randomized for each play.)

This puzzle opens the door. Step through for the second ending. Don't panic—you can click Back on the ending screen to go back for that third ending.

To get the third ending:

You'll have to have solved the panel to the right of the door, which opens the door.

Take another look at the red/yellow/blue panel near the potted trees. Something has changed.

The reset button with the arrows has changed. Now it looks like something divided into three sections. Is there something else which has three sections like that?

Those bookcases have three sections. And strangely, the left bookcases now seem to be clickable. The grey books now show RESET when you click on them. But what to enter?

Take another look at the panel under the bear shelf. It reveals a color pattern for the bookshelves.

Using the code you entered for the red/yellow/blue panel, enter that by clicking on the bookcases. (You might wanna hit RESET to make sure you're starting from zero here.)

The bookcases part, revealing a hole—and some treasure!

Now that you have the treasure, walk through the door for the third ending.

The other parts of this one should be simple and self-explanatory enough!


On The Rooms: Escape Challenge, you can click/hold/drag to move scenes around a little bit. This isn't immediately obvious, and is necessary to solve the dungeon scene (third scene?).


The TV room level in The Rooms: Escape Challenge is confusing. Here's what I got out of things:

The book on the couch contains the remote control, and the cover has a number 13 on it. This is your first clue to the television.

Using the remote on the television, go to channel 13. You see there that there is a circle containing the digits 02. This is a clue to now go to channel 2. Remember which channels you are visiting!

Channel 2 refers you to channel 9 (a circle with 09 in it). And channel 9 refers you to channel 17. When you reach channel 17, the circle now shows you a plus sign, indicating that you're supposed to add something.

You've been to channels 13, 2, 9, and 17. Add the digits of each channel together, and you get 4, 2, 9, and 8. Enter this code 4298 into the keypad by the door.

Not sure if this game randomizes things or not, so your solution might differ from mine. Groovy television effect!


open can number1

I cannot get the three color puzzle. I have tried forward, backward and even consulted an anagram solver. Nothing works.


open can number 1

ok that was ----- all i did was press the color squares 12321 and blue light.

has anyone gotten the right gray button to light up?


Departure to the Moon

There is a language barrier. The password is impossible.


The Rooms: Escape Challenge

The room with the box with the spinny thing where l and r have to be exactly l an r, is impossible. If you experiment with it the l and r are never in alignment. I actually looked at a video walk through and the solution is extraordinarily simple unless you try your own way. I got the l and r to align after a while but the box did not open. Not fun.


The Rooms: Escape Challenge

Never fails:

You have to mash / press things even when you solve the puzzle. Sigh.

4red3s November 17, 2022 4:37 PM replied to jF

I couldn't get the book to open to get the remote out. I clicked everywhere. Nothing.

What do I do now????

4red3s November 17, 2022 4:42 PM replied to jF

The Rooms: Escape Challenge

The 13 book will not open. Therefore I can't get the remote. I checked a video walk through and clicked in the EXACT place that player did and NOTHING NOTHING NOTHING.

I'll just watch the video since there are no walk throughs here any more.

Brf November 17, 2022 4:54 PM replied to 4red3s

Haha. For departure to the Moon's password

It is on the TV

4red3s November 17, 2022 5:58 PM replied to jF

The Rooms: Escape Challenge

The walk through video was nice. What a lovely game.

Birnie November 17, 2022 6:32 PM replied to 4red3s

Ready for the 'ughhhh' moment ?

It's not a click so much, but a drag the cover open

4red3s November 18, 2022 9:48 AM replied to Birnie

Ughhhh indeed. :D

4red3s November 18, 2022 2:21 PM replied to Birnie

The Rooms: Escape Challenge

tried again. made it to the hands shaking on the doors but nothing I do works. There is no clue that I can find. The video just shows the doors opening and continue.

what am i doing wrong?

chuck November 18, 2022 11:40 PM replied to 4red3s

The Rooms: Escape Challenge
Interesting game but i found navigation hard. I didn't know if could drag items. and some of the flow didn't make sense to me. But I hope they do more and refine their style.

jF November 21, 2022 6:59 PM replied to 4red3s

4red3s, if I recall correctly…

To open the doors with the hands, just click and hold on one of the blue panels. After a few seconds, the doors will open.

It's not at all intuitive. There might be a clue somewhere to let you know you must do that, but if there is, I'll be darned if I know where it is…

jF November 21, 2022 7:01 PM replied to 4red3s

Which can are you on? I don't see the puzzle you describe on the first can of the first row, nor the one on the fifth (bottom) row.


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