Harold’s Escape

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

Harold's EscapeHarold’s Escape is a short Room Escape game created by Spelevink where Harold himself locked into a room as a result of a practical joke… I wonder if Graeme sponsored this game? Anyway, don’t forget to use the TAB key here. Have fun!

Update: walkthrough in comments #6 and #7 (thanks Hypeon and Yamcha!) 

By Eric

current rating 2.33


16 Comments to Harold’s Escape

  1. Xoke says:

    OK for everyone (like me) that wondered how _nothing_ (ok _one_ thing) was available to interact with… the games seems to unlock stuff as you find the items to use there!

  2. Xoke says:

    OK so far:

  3. DNOMN8R says:

    I got a key under the note in the drawer. Opened the door and found a brick wall. Pressed the books in order on top row of bookcase. Read “Weeds” book. Now I can look in the flowerpot. Here, I am STUCK.

  4. Carroll says:

    Notice the points on the flower

  5. DNOMN8R says:

    Okay…there are dots on the flower points. Do those have to do with the book numbers?

  6. Hypeon says:

    I made it.

    Here’s my walkthrough ::DD


    Here’s tips to find the combination or whatever you call it:
    Oxalis Articulata….
    Flower on drawer chest – How many dots?

    And if you’re to lazy to find the combination for those books:

  7. Yamcha says:



    And for those who just want to get out quickest possible:

  8. Unknown says:

    :] Yes. On the purple one only, though.

    Book numbers:

  9. ben says:



  10. Sara! says:

    I don’t really understand the walkthrough. I clicked the books but nothing happened.

  11. NetMonster says:

    Where did you get the “4”?

  12. Sara! says:

    nevermind, it worked this time

  13. snowman says:

    I couldn’t get the code to work!!!!!!! I pressed 8-1-5-4 (VIII-I-V-IV) many times. The correct last number is not IV (4), the correct number is found on the back of note. Show

  14. Rachael says:

    takes ages to load..

  15. Vrinty says:

    Working Walkthrough

  16. bnt7061 says:

    I had a different code by one number.