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Yonashi Escape 16 - Blue

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Yonashi Escape 16 - Blue Escape is another Japanese point and click type room escape game by Yonashi. In this game, you try to escape the room by finding items and solving puzzles. Good luck and have fun!

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Ok! Start by clicking aquarium and fish will give the BLUE code clue.
Take the tissue and wipe out the girl's tears. About item on the tissue to get the levers code.

watch letter order in fish bubbles - get cloth

use cloth to wipe tears from painting, get clue for box w/ 5 switches

get stepstool - light candle for arrow pointing up (clever! haven't seen that one before)

Screwdriver removes panel bottom right from table.

lol, hi there Nini!

Same place as u just1, with glasses and a key

Oh! Pics give 4-dig code! Do the math

Four number panels to right of window give hint for birdcage to get screwdriver.

Got SD (used), button (used) and a note

how'd you get the # for SD, Austen?

easier than usual for a Yonashi ( ? ) !

4-letter code comes from note (turn it 90 degrees)

Oh I just POPped. The pix on wall have operators; do the math.

And out! Cute little game

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damn you guys type fast!

where can i find the code for the bird cage?

and Thanks Anastashia R. for this late night game !

@油白雲 check my post 7:13 PM or Autens's 7:14 PM or just1's 7:15 PM

LOL!

The benefit of having the game on one screen and the comments page on another!

Very straightforward and sweet.
Pictures are simply math operations.

Anasteisha of course ! ;)

I particularly liked the 2003 clue.
5* game for me.

That was pretty easy, but an excellent, totally entertaining game. Thanks!

some lovely touches here

a nice game!

Wow, it's amazing how you start to see things from a bigger perspective when you've played these games for a while (the clue to the birdcage number). A few years ago I would have never seen that or figured it out!

I so hate players whose contribution is "good game" and "do the math", why are you even posting?

I did the math, 7302, what do you contribute?

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Excellent hint for the four-digit code for the cage.

this guy does fantastic games! Marvellous!

Excellent game. Easy five stars.

What do I do with the key? I pulled a cover off a panel with sd - but nothing else works there or happens

Ericka, it's because we arrive to late to contribute - you've already done it for us, so the least we can say is thanks to you and thanks for a great game!

Doh ! Forgot that moving pic -

Ecellent game! Wonderful graphics! Glad I could wipe away the tears...

Excellent game, as usual, from this game developer!
@ missred - a most excellent repy to erika's less than gracious comment.
@ erika - Not all of us who frequent this game site are as obsessive in playing these games the moment they hit the internet nor posting how clever we think we are when we figure something out and have to "share" it immediately.

I would venture to say that most peeps who frequent this gamesite, play the games not to play and comment at the same time, but to enjoy the efforts of the game developers and mostly come back for nudges, hints or all out spoilers when we are truely stumped.

Beautiful game! Thanks! Letters can be numbers can be letters! I loved the shadowing effect and clever twists.

@Bumjelly i can't agree more ! i think this should be posted at the top of every new game's comments page .. Thanks !

@Bumjelly Excellent statement. BTW, ever thought about time zones? How probable is it that if one of the European EG24 admins posts a recent game in the morning, a NYC resident would come to play it just in time?
One half percent?
Considering that when there is 8:45 in Berlin, a New Yorker's clock wlll show 2:45?

(or 3:45 even (too lazy to look it up now))

@DoziCowGurl -- thanks for the "moving pic" clue.
I was totally stuck because I never noticed that!
Rest of game was very clever.

This a very good game.

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