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Hooda Escape: Iowa

HoodaMath - Hooda Escape: Iowa is another point and click type room escape game created by Selfdefiant for Hooda Math. While visiting the great state of Iowa, you got lost. Now you must look around and figure out a way to escape and get back home! Good luck and have fun!

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Well, convert the buffalo to inches and take the corn.

Also, take the one empty barrel with you.

Cornmazing like a pro: Cut your way through it.

And out. Thanks for the nice game.

LTNS such style of maze in a game

missing last rose...

bug - I gave 2 roses to girl, then went away & coming back, she wants again 3 of them LOL
greedy little rascal that is ☻

correctly written btw ☻


The converter says that 12.25 feet equals 169 inches, but it doesn't work !

that's a strange converter you have pdgph...




mine was


still missing the last rose...
have the one from tree & from under bale of straw


I used the same converter as you, and it gives a result of 169 inches...

12 feet 25 inches isn't the same as 12.25 feet
put in 12.25 only at feet & you get your correct result

wondering if the U.S. ppl can work it out in their heads without a converter...

Where do we use the second key (yellow one)?

POP - 3rd rose is to right of girl who wants them. Click the corn on left side. After girl drives away new scene opens with shed (use key there)

Fill motorbike with gas from red can - make your escape :)

hi Zu
thx for the last rose, that was the only place I didn't hit in my hotspot hunting LOL

& thx SD/HM for that nice little game ☺

12 inches in a foot. 12 x 12 = ? Then add .25 of a foot. That's a quarter of a foot, not 25 more inches. That's where your calculators are going wrong. Simple maths in the end.

Serious bugs.

Yes we can AO :) However I prefer metric. 10's are easier than 12's.

6 min. nice game


Thank you. These units are just nonsense.

Don't complain about feet/inches. Volumes and weights are much harder because they're all based on orders of 2. It made sense at one point in history.

Lol, for measurements blame the Brits. From google:

"The length of a foot, the width of a finger, and the distance of a step were all accepted measurements. Inch: At first an inch was the width of a man's thumb. In the 14th century, King Edward II of England ruled that 1 inch equalled 3 grains of barley placed end to end lengthwise."

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Careful, Janet - next game will be in thumbs, feet and barley!

Fun game. Thaks SD!

AlphaOmega ΑΩ To answer your question, yes I worked out the inches in my head. Knowing that the .25 meant 1/4 foot = 3 inches and 12x12 = 144 adding them together giving the answer.

Straight forward SD in this series
Guys 12.25 is 12 and a quarter , Thats the same in metric and US and GB.
Cant blame the Brits for us misreading the clue.
I can use both and yes I do admit that the SI systwm is easier as based in 10 BUT the British system is more stylish
Typical GB
12 inches in 1 foot
3 feet to 1 yard
5.5 yards in a perch (rod or pole)
22 yards in a chain
4 rods (perch or pole ) in a chain
40 rods = 10 chains = 1 furlong
8 furlongs to a mile
ie 80 chains
320 perches
1760 yards
5280 feet
63360 inches
See its really simple and elegant

Next one will be in a math museum.

this gmae has a bug!!! and yes did the math with a calculator from the USA!! easy math

this gmae has a bug!!! and yes did the math with a calculator from the USA!! easy math

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