Walkthrough.

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From where you start, turn right once and zoom in on the trash bin. Zoom in again and take the Silver Ball.

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Back out and pull the orange stick to pull back the blinds. Click on the Piece of Paper to zoom in on it, and again to collect it. Back out.

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Click the right side of the couch to zoom in. Collect the Wireless Mouse and back out again.

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Click the cup on the table and collect the Silver Ball from the water. Back out and turn right.

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Click on the computer at the bottom of the screen and select the Wireless Mouse and click the computer again to turn it on. Note the numbers that make the shapes. Back out and turn right again.

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Open the leftmost door on the entertainment center to open it. Take the Silver Ball and back out.

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Zoom in on the clock at the top and collect the two Silver Balls. That should be the last of them you need to find, leaving you with a total of five Silver Balls. Back out.

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Click the right side of the entertainment center to zoom in. Take the Coordinates Page. Back out and turn left.

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Click the side of the “USE IT” picture to open it. Enter 3129, the numbers from the computer, into the keypad. Press OK to send it through. Now you should be facing a long list of confusing coordinates. Get a piece of paper, preferably graph paper. If you do not have graph paper, make four or five boxes with ten rows with eight squares in each row. If you’re using graph paper, make four 8×10 boxes as well. Let’s begin.

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These numbers are consistant for each game, but I will explain how to do it anyway, if you should feel like you want to do it the fun way. each row of numbers are coordinates to figuring out the code to open the door. Next to each row you’ve made on your paper, write the coordinates next to each row, one per row. (Example, the first square in the first set would have the coordinate 00, the second sqare would be 7C, the third would be 40, and so on.) Remember the paper you picked up with the weird shaded boxes that had numbers and letters on them? That is your key. If you wish, use the Robot paper to practice. The first coordinate you have in, for example, 7C, means that on the column marked 7 on the square paper, the first four squares are shaded in a certain way. The second coordinate, here being C, means that the second set of four squares must be shaded in a certain way. For the sake of example, 7C will look like this, assuming O means a blank square and X means shaded:

OXXXXXOO

As you continue, the shape of a number will form. The first column of coordinates will give you this answer:

OXXXXXOO

OXOOOOOO

OXXXOOO

OOOOOXOO

OOOOOXOO

OXOOXOOO

OOXXXOOO

OOOOOOOO

OOOOOOOO

So, your first number to your code will be 5. Continue until you have all four numbers.

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Once you’re done, back out, turn right twice and click on the keypad. Enter the numbers you got from the coordinates, 5478, and click Ok. Congratulations!

And you’re done!

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