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Let's Get Physical Escape

VitaminHana - Let's Get Physical Escape is another Japanese point and click type room escape game developed by Vitamin Hana. In this game, you try to escape the room by finding items and solving puzzles. Good luck and have fun!

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Got my height and weight. Nothing else.

Same here,Tiquer. Stuck already. lol

Can't get anywhere either. Have clicked everywhere for clues, no luck.

You can take the piece of paper (which I believe is taped to the glass door), but I'm no further along than you guys are...

Besides note from door, nothing. I dp notice weight is lowercase and Height is upper case.

weight abbreviation and height abbreviation open middle left

then look back on scale

Got markers and a drawing that I thought would be for right middle but it doesn't work

Cabinet is kgm, not sure why other than those letters on note.

markers used on paper -lost now

Use markers on paper, blue writes name and height...

Hope we aren't supposed to spell out name....

have plug for machine but need sd

Blue-Red-Yellow on right treadmill (from top left locker.

look at scale for top right letter puzzle

Scale has weight, height order (kgm)

Once you run on the Right treadmill you get the arrows clue.

Yes, that's the drawing I thought would apply to middle right cabinet - can't get it to work though

Ah - arrows. Thanks

got my sd

After you get second paper clue go back to scale again for shapes order.

Thanks for your hints everyone. Will have to play later.

Then you use the markers on the shapes clue paper for the top left drawer.

Out but this definitely wasn't one of my favorite Vitamin Hana games

Not sure what do to with BMI paper...

look for "normal" and spell it out

And thanks again for the arrows clue - I was trying to use the drawing on the middle right cabinet

Out, not my favorite. Missed the pen colors for the longest time...

Thanks, Janet! I actually did the math and figured out her BMI and then typed it in. Out now...and you're welcome :-)

Lol - you're good - I just guessed after all that exercise she must be normal :-)

Good game. I got confused and tried to use the colors on the locker to work out the colors for the treadmill, rather than just use the 3 marker pens (which was pretty obvious in hindsight). After that pretty straightforward (just keep looking back at the scales for multiple clues).

The only thing I don't quite get was 'normal' being the word clue

If you go back and use marker on the paper again It fills in her new weight then the BMI
Then check on orange paper and the BMI of 19 corresponds to normal.
I normally like these but this one was OBSCURE
Thanx for all the hints

Love Vitamin Hana games, but no 5 points today, the kgm clue was too clumsy, could never work it out without help. After that it was smooth and logical as always, enjoyed it, thanks!

@punnivinn, the kgm clue is provided clearly from the scale (Weight Height). I is logically and reasonable.

Thanks joe!! Didn't see that

This developer used to have very good games, but since they decided to go for quantity instead of quality, these games are getting less and less fun, to be honest. I think there are a lot of good examples (Neutral, Tesshi, TomaTea, Robamimi, Hottategoya, just to name some) to prove that it's always worth to go for quality instead of quantity. I think this developer should go back to the old ways, too.

Bio, I can't say I 100% agree on things with you there. Given that most of these developers (such as vitaminhana) are really doing this for fun, a hobby, so long as they themselves are enjoying what they're doing I say they go about developing games however they like. Whether it's cranking them out every week or spending 6 months plotting out puzzles.
But I do agree with you and quality > quantity. Alwayssssss. One good game is worth 10 mediocre ones.

Sometimes we can't see clues that are really evident and simple for others. VH makes clues even more simple matching them with the correct locker using colors.

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