Gotmail – The Unknown

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

The unknown is the latest Room Escape game released at Gotmail, where you can play all IDAC’s games.

For an unknown reason unless you read Japanese, you find yourself locked in an unknown place.

Look around for useful items and eventually find a way to escape from “The Unknown”!

Have fun!

Update 01.10.12: The Unknown is now available in English!

By Eric

current rating 3.10

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17 Comments to Gotmail – The Unknown

  1. Genie says:

    Logging in now. I hope someone else is playing to help me with the Japanese, finding items, solving puzzles,…. , well everything!

  2. Genie says:

    I have Show

    Not knowing Japanese, I don’t know if the messages say “it’s locked”, “there’s nothing there” or something different!

    Help anyone?

  3. Genie says:

    GIVING UP!!! All I can say is if you don’t read Japanese, don’t bother with this one!

  4. Jonhk says:

    I can’t read Japanese, but I can read Chineses and I can tell your the HAN characters meaning

    the hints behinde the books in the bookshelf represent 4 different animal (or some kind of god, I don’t know the particular discription in English)

    玄武= Tortle like creature (that’s in fact the black ball)

    朱雀= Phoneix(朱 means “red”)

    青龍= Dragon(青 means “green”)

    白虎 = Tiger (白 means “white”)

    I hope these help all of you.
     

  5. goldie says:

    I love these games, but why this game is not English?????

  6. dg says:

    To open cupboard with code: Show

    • sanni says:

      It’s simple.
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  7. Max says:

    O so simple…. you just have to think of it!
    Thank you Sanni. I also made it with brute force DG.
    All I need is a blue dragon…..

  8. Max says:

    Found the green jewel
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  9. Spoileralert says:

    which order to place the balls? 9, 18, 27, 36 & what’s with these numbers? Am I being dumb?

  10. Anemic says:

    Problems:

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    Good game, really. But sloppy execution and marred by the password box.


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