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Escape from the Brick Maze

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Hottategoya - Escape from the Brick Maze is another Japanese point and click type room escape game by Hottategoya Games. You are locked in brick maze. The goal of this game is to solve the puzzles and to escape from this place. Good luck and have fun!

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35 comments:

Totally lost, there must be a map somewhere but I'm not sure I want to waste my time trying to find it.

Ok going around in circles, so exited with the big x, I can't believe someone gave this 5 stars! TTFN

Found 2 gems, used to open a door, got a hammer now

Quote: You can see the map by clicking on "MAP" button.

Where? Must be well hidden! Don't know where I am. Giving up.

       Anonymous  6/12/14, 5:38 AM  

it's good to draw a map

Ah well, I don't think I'll bother keeping on playing this one

       Anonymous  6/12/14, 5:39 AM  

I liked it a lot, needs some effort to draw a map, but I like the challange.

       Anonymous  6/12/14, 5:41 AM  

no map but i just made one - total of 20 rooms

I liked the fact that there was no map. Come on people, it's not so hard to create the map yourself? Nice game

Someone left bread crumbs, but I ate them! Sorry! :P

Done without drawing cards) and left to wander)

Easy if you draw a map. Almost impossible if you don't!

This was easier than, "Escape From the Strange Forest".
Remember that one?

someone please give the color code!!!! :D

Out in 5 minutes without even making a map. Easy enough...just follow the left or right wall like you would in any maze.

You need to find two chests with jewels. To open one you need to first find a room with many colored lights. The other one simply opens. Use these jewels to open a door and get a hammer behind that door. Use the hammer to break a jar. A key is inside, which goes to the exit door. Hope that helps someone wandering.

PS/ I'm with Dree & DrLee, it's not that hard to create a map. We used to do it all the time with considerably more difficult mazes.

Although it was easy enough there wasn't much fun in it, just clicking randomly. I think the colour code was GRBRB not sure though.

Still hurts to see this guy who used to make so great games do these...

Terrible.

Although it was easy enough there wasn't much fun in it, just clicking randomly. I think the colour code was GRBRB not sure though.

Although it was easy enough there wasn't much fun in it, just clicking randomly. I think the colour code was GRBRB not sure though.

Although it was easy enough there wasn't much fun in it, just clicking randomly. I think the colour code was GRBRB not sure though.

Although it was easy enough there wasn't much fun in it, just clicking randomly. I think the colour code was GRBRB not sure though.

Although it was easy enough there wasn't much fun in it, just clicking randomly. I think the colour code was GRBRB not sure though.

More fun if you make a map!
Color code starting after the blank and going clockwise BRBGRBG (color code from the lights on the wall in another room of the maze)

I take that back.
I just replayed, "Escape From the Strange Forest" and it was pretty easy and a lot more fun!

I made a map:
https://backup.filesanywhere.com/fs/v.aspx?v=8c706b8b5e5f75a970a0
Sorry I don't know which is the start room. I was already in the maze when I started it, but once you find an object you'll know where you are.

I'd like to thank my Friday night D&D group.
You start in the center room in the second column, facing north.
Red gem is in the northeast corner, east wall.
Clue for blue/purple gem is in the center room, fourth column.
Chest for blue/purple gem is in the bottom room, third column.
Hammer is in the top room, first column. (needs both gems)
Urn is in 4th room, first column. (Contains key).
Exit is in bottom room, last column.

Miaren - I wonder if the maps are random for each game? Mine was entirely different than that. I had four rows and 5 columns.

Oh, I see they're the same. I just have mine turned sideways.

Funny to see how one maps with different orientation because the maze is static, same for everyone.

But my own map was flip of Robin's (my "J" was upper left)

Miaren's describes the maze with Robin's "T" in upper left

I don't mind making maps, but I do prefer games that aren't primarily spatial. I like puzzles that challenge my problem solving ability. Still enjoy this developer, but agree that puzzle quality has gone downhill over time.

       Anonymous  6/12/14, 10:33 PM  

Couldn't find a room with different colored lights, I give this game 2 stars, it would have been 1 if someone hadn't spoiled the color code.

whoa, this was TOUGH!
(even with a map, since whenever you turn, you need to obey clockwise/counterclockwise (from an object, e. g. the vase))

Thanks a lot for the map Robin!
Helped me lazy git to draw mine. Just couldn't be bothered to do one...

It was easier than Self Defiant's maps. At least all the rooms were connected to each other

This was fun--just needed to make a map, then following it was a nice challenge

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