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Jolly Boy Court Escape

Games2Jolly - Jolly Boy Court Escape is another point and click room escape game created by Games 2 Jolly. Our Jollyboy was wrongly accused for a theft case. He was arrested and sued falsely by some bad officials. The judge who listened to all the proofs and witnesses of the case concluded that he is innocent and written the verdict in favor of Jollyboy but he has mistakenly placed the verdict statement somewhere inside the court. Find the statement and save our Jolly Boy. Good luck and have fun!

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going in

Here comes the judge

Look out I found a pistol again LOL

Got a key and no place to use it?

oh no run LOL am stuck as usual I have a weight and I have unlocked 2 cuffs can not figure out those symbols even with the clue ndi blame dazz for not bringing me my coffee this am.

Oh use it on robots that are chain together.

keys are for statues bandy they are cuffed criminals

I have a couple clues I can't find were to use? Color code from gun, and laptop.

ok nm lol

I had to try pistol on judge. But no LOL

color outsidee

Colors marbles in right scene is clue for sliders.

Now Laptop works outside.

I need to figure out symbol above the judge its driving me crazy

the puzzle is outside on top of doorway before u go in

I guess we need one more key.

I am working on it. LOL

perhaps its under this puzzle that's driving me crazy

there is a new self defiant game and this 1 is making e crazy bandy

well figure it out already geeshhhh LOL

Ok I will come back to this one.

well I bf'd it sorry

now I need the switches lft of the judge which is probably the robots that I need another key for and the colored arrows rt of the judge

Great comments but I can't even get started!
I picked up a screwdriver and opened the police van panel.

Now what??

No key needed Jenny for building.

I am back sorry jen

Lol, very funny ending. Jolly boy is not guilty :)

My dog is being quite demanding so therefore I have to go walk him before he has a fit!!!! He is the boss LOL have a grt day all leave me some more info bandy and thank you

WT on the way, Jenny, check back later if you need that, please. :)

order of colours above judge, and boxes to left of judge give clue for left right below judge... phew

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Chapter 34
The continuing saga of Jolly Boy and his two friends, James and Janice.

All the bad officials ran away, so James and Janice have to search on their own.
Their anger about the wrong accussations is being put into action! So much better.
They run outside .. who knows, this is a strange building.

“James, look! A screwdriver on the street! Let’s open the policecar!”
Ah, Janice finds the first item: a marble.
At the right side of the doors, James opens the panel for a second one.
“We need four clues outside, Janice, nothing here for now. Let’s go inside again.”

“Look at the laptop.” Jolly shows them the way.
They open the list of criminals. “Hmm hmmm, careful, it’s classified.” The deep voice of judge Earnest warns them.
But Jolly, James and Janice can be trusted.
“Jolly, do you have binoculars? Look up high on the brown beam …”
Jolly tells them the order : blue indigo …
“Look, Janice, the same colours on the files next to the judge.”
It’s a left/right clue and opens the panel below the judges’ seat.
Of course, the hammer! James hits the wooden plate on the left and finds a scroll.
No adventure without at least one!
“Let’s go right James, and see where to use this.”
Between the desks they find a first key.
Oh, this is so encouraging!

Janice clicks the coloured dots and sees the height, “write it down, please James? Up high, down …”
This opens the drawer in the other room and they find another scroll!
“Ahaa! The clue for the laptop.” When they see what name is shown they go outside.
Janice climbs up the building and, using the clue she gets a third marble.
They go inside again and take a close look at the clock above judge Earnest.
“Yes, yes, I know”, judge Earnest turns red. “It’s ehm .. a little joke, I like riddles you see ..”
“Heheh, judge, so do I!” James shakes judge Earnest’s hand. The atmosphere has changed.
“Let’s take a look.” James writes down the direction of the small white arrows.
They go outside and climb up the building.
“How to apply it, James?” Janice looks puzzled.
James frowns his forehead …. “I think we have to take the one that’s before the one that’s shown here, so, for instance .. before that black/grey on the left is eh … white on black with corners!”
And yes, BINGO ! A fourth marble.

Inside they study the puzzle at the wall right of the judge.
Hmm, this takes some thinking. James will work on it, while Janice will search on. Perhaps there’s a clue …
In the next room, she looks at the 1234 drawer and notes the colours of the eyes.
“Ah, for the desk”, she mumbles and finds … a gun.
“Oh brother, not again …!” But this is a different kind of gun. Janice opens it to see a colourclue.
In the far right room she takes the law book. What’s inside?
“And another clue!” Janice runs outside and uses the gun-clue up left and the book clue next to the door. Yes! Another key and a box.

“I’m done for now, James, no more clues. How are you doing?”
James and judge Earnest are sweating over that arrow-safe.
“So many possibilities, judge!” “Left and right, my dear James!”
Janice takes out her mobile and calles the developer.
“Oh, THAT simple?? Thank you!”
“The arrow pointing to blue should be blue, the two pointing to yellow must be yellow, and that’s it.” Janice explains.

James and judge Earnest stare at her. “Don’t overthink this one”, Janice warns, “don’t think at all !”
She takes the hook and places it on her box.
“A third key …. what do we do …”
“I know”, the judge says, “on the four robots in the far right room.”
James and Janice use the keys and note the arms of the robots.
Left of the judge they put the levers high and low as the robots show.
“The last marble!!” They cry out together.

They place the marbles on the desk and ….. a sigh of relief, THERE is the lost order.
“Ahem Ahem … let’s get serious now.”
Judge Earnest takes the order and reads out loud …. “A Jolly Boy … mumble mumble mumble … Free!”


Judge Earnest takes off his wig and orders drinks and food.
Then they talk about riddles, did James play Dutchie’s riddle lateley? And oh, what about the Red Luth-site! Does the judge know about morse and braille?
James played every small-tool riddle there is, the judge loved the LinR-one and so many more, too many to be mentioned.

Janice and Jolly listen to the enthousiastic conversation.
They’re happy the bad officials ran away. Never to be seen again.
“Can you pass me the peanuts, Jolly?”

Missed the globe to the right of the front door. Took forever to find.

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