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Toon Escape - Backyard

MouseCity - Toon Escape: Backyard Escape is another point and click escape game developed by Selfdefiant for Mouse City. You are stuck in the toon world backyard! Look around and see what you can find to help you escape! Good luck and have fun!

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I can't find a place to use the saw...

POP, after 100th try, tree branch with acorn was the right spot for saw; most left part of branch

And tyre doesn't have only a clue for number box... click click click on it

I always love a good SD game, but these ones being put up on Mouse City lately are kind of low budget... Not what I'm used to from him.

Cute game, tyre swing has 2 things to check for

I lost my first acorn. Restarting, and this time I'll give it to the squirrel before picking up another.

Actually, I didn't lose it. Realized after restarting I was counting the one in the tree I hadn't picked up yet. Sorry for doubting you, SD.

Acorn inside tire was tiring...

Have I already met the same dwarf in another game? And for the 3rd acorn I found it very easily with Urban's hint... Nice game!

Cute game! Thanks for the tire/acorn hint, urban!

IMO - these Mousecity games from SD are just as fun as the others he does - like the camping ones, volcano and grandpa building a barn, etc.

Thats what i really like about SD
All levels of games
Some are just little delightful diversions
Others huge stressful megagames
Thanx SD for all

Agreed @Luke. I also like SD's games a lot, but recently they've been less inventive and more about pixel hunting. This is especially the case with these Mouse City games. Maybe SD is stretching himself too thin?

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Each platform he does games for has different requirements and different audiences, I would think. I take the games off of escapegames24, which is a round up of available escape games - so all levels would be represented. No matter how simple or complex, I love the stories SD tells and the puzzles he comes up with. :)

Thanks everyone! Each sponsor does have different requirements. I try to make great games first! Sometimes some games are better than others. Every game is a piece of art, some appeal differently to each player.

I don't know the color code

I don't get it either willis. Can anyone help?

Color code: in the dog scene, there is a sideways butterfly, with a yellow wing over a purple one. As you go to the right, there are five more butterflies with one color over another. The six butterfly combinations are the upper/lower color rows. IIRC, you start with the yellow over purple, then the green over red etc.

Thanks Diane

Molest the gnome, LOL

Now now Tiquer....contain yourself!

I don't mind games of varying difficulty (except too hard for dumb me %) ). What I don't like is old games presented as new, and I'm quite certain we've played it before (no, it's not just very similar).

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