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[REPLAY] No1Game - R-LO Escape is another Japanese point and click escape game developed by No 1 Game. In this game, you are locked in a room and you need try to escape the room by finding items and solving puzzles. Can you escape from the room successfully? Good luck and have fun! [Suggested by Peke]

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Use the stick twice.

Hm. Have used the stick on the blind and the clock, placed the arrow in the box on the balcony and opened the 4-letter box (the R gives the order of the letters). Now what? Can't work out the LR clue.

The letters on the blind is used twice.

Out. It's a good game.

Fabulous game- absolutely loved it:)

ok I try clock for LR clue but nothing happens on triangle box... I've seen letters on blind outside but can't understand yet.

The numbers refer to the c....

pop I think .. maybe some forks are different

have you solved the box outside yet?

I'm not understanding any of these hints.

Ah, the forks in the box! Some have longer tines than others - works on the box outside.

The big and small triangles refer to 1) forks (for the box outdoor) 2) clock (for the box indoor)

The cane is used twice. The triangle-square box is linked to the forks, look closely at them. It will get you a paper with a number code. Combine the hint on the blind with the number code while looking at the clock, this will get you a left right code. At the end you will have three code words all ending with -ing. Use the initials for final 3 letter code. Nice game, out.

Now that I've understood about the forks, the rest of it makes sense. And note how many objects are with the three words you get - that gives the order to place the initial letters in the 3-letter safe.

thanks everybody

where's the cane/stick?

THX for the fork-hint.

Can someone spoil the left/right clue from clock. Tried every version so far. Doesn't work out. Where do I start?

OMG!! POP. Didn't even realize that I had a piece of paper...

Sarah B, read also my earlier post. You need the hint from the blind and the # code hint from the box outside. Look at the clock as see what triangles (long or short) correspond to what number. From the blind hint you can see which triangle sort is left or right.

Jack - the cane/stick is leaning on the railing on the balcony.

great game!!

For the L/R clue, I didn't use blind clue. I guessed the forks with 4 prongs were R and the 3 prongs were left. RLLRRLL

Great Game indeed !!! 5* for sure.
Loved the look, textures, feel, etc. of this game. Puzzles were hard as well as not at all too obvious at first look.
This is the type of game that one wishes were longer, had additional rooms to explore, etc.
Very different approach from the usual, as in:
A computer we don't have to find and enter a code
A couch that we don't have to look under, lift up the cushions, cut open with a knife, etc.
A clock we don't have to find a clue in order to change the hands to a certain time.

Job well done !!!

I really love this type of escape game rather than the "clickity, clickity," pixel hunt, collect a bunch of goofy junk, have to do illogical stuff to solve puzzles, etc.

I do NOT understand the triangle square box and what the solution is.

NVM got it. The clue is confusing.

Actually, the forks clue as it relates to the "square and triangle box puzzle is:
Some forks have 3 tines = 3 sides = triangle
Some forks have 4 tines = four sides = square

The fork tines count for each is, left to right, are 4-3-3-4-4-3-3

So its Square, triangle, triangle, etc.

I must seriously need more coffee because it took me forever to get both boxes opened, even with clues. Thanks for triangle/square explanation, Bumjelly.

Is there an alternative link to this game? Won't load for me.

Good one.

Brilliant game!

Nice game
thanx for all hints

yes, nice game, but to call it "brilliant", it was a little too short ;)
Thanks for the hint that the triangles belonged to the clock, it was all I needed.

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