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Kagi Nochi Tobira
Kagi Nochi Tobira
Take the key and click on the door.
Move the cursor in the lower part of the game screen, you’ll notice
a yellow line. Actually, you have a lamp and you are now searching
for the key. Now go to the upper right part, a little under the “No.
2 QUIT” sign, there’s the key. Take it and click on the door.
Keys and doors will star falling. Focus on getting them. Take the
key and click on the door.
This level is fun. You can’t see your cursor, but the numbers tell you
when you are close (you don’t have to wait to be 1, a 9 worked just
fine for me). Or you can forget about the numbers and take your cursor
out of the game screen and put it inside again trying to follow the
line towards the key/door. Take the key and click on the door.
This level is all about concentration and speed. Take the red circle,
pull it up and try to get the key before it comes down again. Good luck!
Well? What are you waiting for, press the up and down arrows!
Not simultaneously, of course. Take the key and click on the door.
Use the tank to get the key and to shoot the door. The aiming is not as
it seems. For the key aim a little higher than the key. For the door
aim in the upper part of the screen, somewhere close to the imaginary
vertical line that would divide the screen in half. In other words,
in the beginning of the right half of the screen.
Click on the switch, think of everything you hate and start banging on
the door. Take the key, click on the switch and click on the door. Hope
you feel better… somehow… relieved…
Click and hold left click and follow the arrows. Take the key, continue
to follow the arrows. Click on the door.
Keep clicking the switch, but not too fast – you need to click the spot
where all of the lines meet in one dot (it sound scarier than it really
is). You have to do it twice, obviously.
Right click, select “I want a key” from menu. Take it. Right click,
“I want the door”. Click it.
Well, this level might take quite a lot of your time if you don’t focus.
You can only progress step by step (that is: square by square) and you
don’t know where is the key nor where is the door. The good thing is that
you don’t die, it’s not “game over” or any of that crap. You just have to
remember where you found the key. Then find the door. Their positions will
remain the same. Then try to click both of them in the time you’re given.
Of course, needless to say that you would have to click the key and then
the door… right?
This can be tricky. For the key, aim in the upper corner on the right side
of the first quartern of the screen. You must click when the circle comes
over the key (I would start clicking like crazy before it comes there).
For the door, aim exactly in the position between the beginning of the
vertical line (top part, that beginning) and the upper side of the screen.
You can hit the door from other positions too, but this is the easiest one
to explain. You agree without a doubt.
Ah, the great old level 14! You can see that the numbers are piled up. Treat
them as if they are written on tiles. When you move the circles, you can see
that one tile appears on top and the rest of them follow. You have to figure
out which one is first, second, third, and so on… and in the end, which one
is on the bottom. As you discover, put the respective number in the squares
in the column on the right. Apparently the combination changes, so I can’t
help you with that. In my case, the number was (from top to bottom) 6521034.
That was the order of the numbers not by first appearance, but I started by
which number appeared last, i.e. which number is on the bottom of the pile.
Drag the horizontal yellow line to the left. The door will collapse. Take
the key. Grab the door, hold the left click and move the cursor over the
game screen line. You will hear a click and the door will stay up. Click on
the spot that you noticed by now (it looks like a handle).
Well, get ready. This level can be annoying for the impatient people. You
have to keep up with the number on the left. Click the first domino, they
will start falling making a distinctive noise. The number on the left changes
from 0 to 1 and vice-versa. When you click the circle in between, the number
on the left starts counting the dominoes. And I suggest that you do to if you
want to finish this level. If the numbers you got don’t match with the ones
on the left, the counting starts over.
Take the small vertical yellow thing on the right, put it on top of the long
vertical yellow thing. Hit the big yellow square right in the middle. Take
the key and click on the door.
Type as fast as you can! Take the key. Type as fast as you can! Click on the
Click and hold left click in the middle of the yellow shape (that will turn
out to be that thing with drawers) and move quickly left and right few times
until it turns around. Like every good and proud escaper, you will probably
check the drawers (and find nothing) and check under- there is the key, take
it. Click top right corner of the front side, you will get another view.
Actually, this is a view to the door. Click the small orange dot.
Click the yellow board. Check the time on your computer and set the numbers.
Take the key. Click the yellow board again. You know what to do.
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