Croquette Room Escape

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Walkthrough

Croquette Room EscapeCroquette Room EscapeCroquette Room Escape is the latest Room Escape game created by Parallellove, the author of Mackerel Pike Room Escape, Omelette Room Escape, Steak Room Escape, Ramen Room Escape, Toast Room Escape, Pasta Room Escape, Sushi Room Escape and many more.

You are trapped in an unknown room, and you will have to collect several croquettes today…

Have fun!

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Croquette Room Escape walkthrough (thanks Anemic!)

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29 Comments to Croquette Room Escape

  1. juice says:

    Got as far as the code for the door…just can’t work it out! :(

  2. catbalou says:

    where is the blue key?

  3. catbalou says:

    i got the code now, but have no idea how to decipher it

  4. nick says:

    think there might be an error.

  5. dg says:

    Location of red key:

  6. dg says:

    @nick: I’m sure you’re right. I also got

    and it didn’t work.

    The exit code is

  7. Sol says:

    They must have fixed the exit code. I tried the solution you first deduced (how actually?), and it works.

  8. DNOMN8R says:

    How do I figure out the code?

  9. DNOMN8R says:

    Oh, got it.

    I know that probably didn’t make sense, but that’s the best way I can describe it.

  10. DNOMN8R says:

    Out. I decided to try something new and ate the croquettes.

  11. Lorena says:

    Exit code is fixed, I did get out with Show

  12. Anemic says:


    For what seems like the 109th time, you’re wandering the streets of a town that could be anywhere. And you find an open door leading to a room with beige linen wallpaper. With your active spirit of adventure, how can you resist?

    You step inside, and the door locks behind you. It’s time to embark on a search for keys, plates of disgusting food, puzzle boxes and, of course, a four-number door-lock combination.













  13. DNOMN8R says:

    Yeah! Anemic has returned!

  14. DNOMN8R says:

    Nice 123Bee jab.

  15. nokra says:

    Oh My! Anemic, You are brilliant and sooo entertaining!
    Thank you for the most delightful walkthrough ever!
    Loved it …

  16. Merlina says:

    I don’t understand how you got the code I don’t see any numbers in the pattern:(

  17. kNOTAKLU says:


  18. goldie says:

    Out, thnx all.

  19. dg says:

    @Anemic: you are the

  20. Porreta says:

    Anemic, you’re walkthrough is so pity and useless!! A walkthrough MUSN’T be a novel!! Just instructions, i.e.: “GO LEFT”, “TAKE THE KEY”, LOOK UNDER THE BED” and so on!! you’re the MASTER OF USELESS WALKTHROUGHS!!!

  21. Anonymouse says:

    Anemic- I LOVE your walkthroughs, reading them is funner than playing the game!!
    This one wasn’t too hard, except for the red key :)

  22. dg says:

    @Porreta: I think we all know what a technical WT looks like. The problem is that the recent escape games by parallelove are becoming more and more similar to each other. They have automated their games – everybody knows what to expect. They are not very interesting and they don’t need a WT.

    Given that, Anemic has injected some FUN into these games and most players enjoy reading his WT. And one more point: nobody is forced to read anybody’s comments (least of all mine)…

  23. Kayla says:

    You know the season has changed when Parallelove says so. Hey Poretta, don’t be jealous that one: everybody else here can finish the game without a WT, and two: that you didn’t come up with the idea for funny walkthroughs yourself. You’re one of those people that doesn’t smile back when a stranger smiles at you, aren’t you?

  24. Juli says:

    Just one comment on the brilliant (as usual) walkthrough: the game is croquet (only one ‘t’ and no ‘e’). A croquette is a food usually made of leftovers, such as mashed potatoes, made into small cakes or patties and fried.

  25. Lady Lark says:

    Ah, Anemic, without you I would never play PL’s games. Now, I must play them in order to better enjoy your wonderful walkthroughs. The question is, are we encouraging them to continue their boring games? Sigh. It’s a double-edged sword!

  26. hilman says:

    i used to write walkthrough on standard way for Parallellove. first i think they really preserve the way they make their games, and it’s quite challenging and entertaining. but after you played perhaps 20 of their games, you become so bored, even before you play, you knew you have to find 4 digit scramble code to open the main door, solve the puzzle box to get yellow key, and search the other keys, which are always red and blue, and search for 5 food to get perfect clear. and it becomes so boring, that Anemic’s walkthrough is more entertaining than the game itself.

  27. cynthia osborne says:

    thanks for the walkthrough anemic !!

  28. Danielle says:

    I can’t agree more, Porreta. The so-called walkthroughs by Anemic do nothing but slow down my game so I have less time for other games!

  29. Danielle says:

    I’M going to say I refuse to play Parallellove games unless the W.T. isn’t by Anemic.