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Escape Challenge 42: Room with a Protractor

TomoLaSiDo - Escape Challenge 42: Room with Protractor Escape is another Japanese point and click type escape game developed by TomoLaSiDo. In this game, you try to escape the room by finding items and solving puzzles. Good luck and have fun! [Subbed by Нетёса Ирина]

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34 comments:

clock for 3#, press the start button

click clock again for 3# with stars

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sneaky ball and protactor behind cb with 2 drawers of color code

for box with arrow,put your protactor and follow the arrow

combine protactor with picture for box with color code

Hi, #clue on window frame

I can't get the correct color clue from picture

picture for color code of box with 3 circles, start with an essential color:























BWG

I clicked on clock for 3# hotzy, perhaps yours was right

on arrow box

click thru 2nd digit (red dot/red number), then take yellow number
(don't get the logic...!)

also don't get the logic of the colour hint

(as I already said in another game, mayhaps it's too late tonight to play games ☻)

Dazz, could you give an explanation, why this 3 colors please? I can't see any logic...

protractor drawn under the picture, protactor and picture for drawer with color code. Note that the 3 dots on the drawn protactor,then place yours on the wall, you will see that the dots indicate the first color is the left one on your protactor, which is white, the third one is the last one on your protactor, the middle color will be the color that comes from the colors on the middle of the protactor, which are blue,yellow and red.



























WBrG

arrow box: place your protactor, see what the arrow points at, click that number, the protactor will move as you click the 2nd digit

there are 2 #codes. clock gives the clue for star numbers.

Dazz, 3 dots indicate far left color (150), middle (90) and far right (30), but that's wrong.
Why should I use blue and why at first position???

well, my protractor moved after adjusting 90 (not 30 where arrow was pointing at) & scrolling thru the 2nd digit till reaching 0 again

far left color is 150 which is white, far right color is 30 which is green
middle: add the 3 rest colors following the drawn protactor on the wall under the picture, which is what the middle dot means

Hotz
let roll protractor over box (note the lines on top)

hotzy I'm talking about the color cod eof drawer, not the box

play with the clock till light stops in sun for (my last) protractor

replayed 'cause of the arrow box

actually it doesn't matter which digit is first, important is that you scroll thru 2nd digit till 0 again

yes, bottom drawer of white cupboard with little plant on top.
could you explane how I should "follow the drawn protactor on the wall under the picture" to get blue please. because thi drawing indicates the colors at 150, 90 and 30...
I can't see it. maybe it's too late for me and I will see it tomorrow

Hotz
Dazz's spoiler BWG is for the box with 3 circles
(as I said, let roll the protractor on the box)
her spoiler WBrG is for 3 colour puzzle on drawer

(Br is mixed of the 3 middle colours, as on pic)

ahhhh, thank you!! it is a new color!!
thanks for your patience Dazz and AO!

pleasure, Hotz
we all have our blond moments ☻

For me, the game was understandable and not difficult.

Sad to see this got only 3 stars - where easy games get 4 or 5 stars. :-( I thought it was a challenging and interesting game. Yes, the colors were hard but it all made sense - makes you think. Not just a screenshot the answer and put it in another place.

ps. Bandy - haven't seen you for a while. You okay?

awful game

I agree with Janet. I've been noticing ratings much more since the recent changes to this site, and challenging games are almost always given low ratings.

Ah, thanks, Dazz, for explaining the color clue! I was staring at the protractor and slant picture for a long time and couldn't see the obvious logic, feeling ashamed now.

A very good game with interesting puzzles, thanks, TomoLaSiDo!

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