The Escape of Sagittarius

Categories: Asian Languages, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape

Escape of SagittariusThe Escape of Sagittarius is the ninth installment in the Japanese Room Escape series “Constellation Escape” created by Maka. Your main goal here is to collect all the blue cards and the red cards hidden in this place. If I’m counting right, there are still 3 more games to come out! Have fun!

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15 Comments to The Escape of Sagittarius

  1. Crool says:

    hmmm japanese again, can’t read all the notes. Show

    and lot of numbers and japanese notes around the house you can’t pick up

  2. Crool says:

    have Show

  3. Crool says:

    so far, Show


    until now I didn’t need to read all the japanese to find out things above ;)

  4. Crool says:

    already found two numbers and dates Show

  5. Crool says:

    and that was already the end ;)

    so out by myself without reading japanese, was very easy.
    information Show

    Think I give all the infomation now you need ;) but if you need more help, just ask ;)

  6. vanni ogg says:

    have the code, but where to use it. still box in bedroom and door under carpet locked

  7. tusa says:

    missing 1 card and still have same places locked as vanni ogg and the closet in kitchen locked.

  8. tusa says:

    I can knock a bottle into the bathtub, but it doesn’t do anything.

  9. tusa says:

    found last card, box and door in floor still locked with cards the code would be Show

    . but I can’t see if i’m right since the other things are still locked the place to put the code is nowhere to be found.

  10. tusa says:

    nvm- found everything and out.

  11. Crool says:

    ogg, than you didn’t find all the white cards they will unlock everything. And the code goes in the place thougt, under the carpet

  12. rosita says:

    whats the code?

  13. Logan says:

    Found 3 blue cards, 2 white open cards, and 2 notes with numbers(3 and 5)

  14. Sam says:

    I can only find 3 blue cards

  15. Reka says:

    @Crool, you don’t need to read Japanese. For one thing, the game is pretty easy even if you don’t know what the notes say, and for another, when you look at a note, it gives a translation at the bottom of the screen.