Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape
The Forbidden Doll Escape is a Room Escape game from Gotmail.Jp.
Search for clues and solve puzzles to find your way out.
You don’t need to login for this one.
By White Wolf
Kinda. Have only matches and stuck.
GOT matches and a cord… :(
there’s a safe behind the picture… i think u need a mirror to see the ‘PASS’ in the shelf
got a red bulb from the safe, and put it in the doll with one eye
one of the drawers contains tools u can open without key
u can move the 1st doll, then place the second one where was the 1st… and turn on the switch in the back of the doll,
matsude, how did you open the safe with the red bulb?
Brute forced the safe behind the picture, but don’t know where the ‘clue’ is that gives it to you legitimately. Show
Figured it out; the doll’s head in the closet isn’t a puzzle, it’s a clue.
Stuck on the teeth, sun & moon puzzle. Found the ‘clue’ for it, but be careful, you can go too far and get rid of the way to change between the sun and moon clue.
Watch appears to be pointing to 6 and 4, for 6:20
Watch appears to be pointing to 9 and 3, for 9:15
However, these don’t seem to work in any shape or form. Rather annoying. Tried to compare them to the teeth, but that’s not giving me any clues.
for the sun you have to put 0915, for the moon 1820, is another way to xpress the hour in 24 hour format. but i don’t know how to reach the mouse from the ‘secret room’, and i can’t open the book on the table… help please!
i can’t reach the mouse! and the magic book won’t open…. so frustrating!
Mat, do you have the saw, use it fot the chair leg, click the books, you see the cat, move the chair and voilá you can get teh mouse. pc. I hope you understand.
To open the book:
Light the candle and put it down by the book. It might also require you to have put the mouse on the pad and read the website.
Fatal error with the candle disappearing from inventory even if you haven’t fully used it, leading to a situation where you can’t progress. I’d avoid playing this game.
Posted on Thursday, March 21st, 2013. Follow any responses through the RSS 2.0 feed.