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  • Free the Bird

    The bird from Bonte Room 2 is back. Can you find a way to set him free?
    Last edited by Kzin; 02-06-2018, 16:10:32. Reason: Updated Link

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    Hmm theres not a whole lot to do.. i can move the hands on the clock and the side switches, touch the bird and the painting.. im guessin u have to set it to a time but i dnt no wat time lol.. ne1 else playing @mo?
    Im a proud Mummy to my gorgeous son Jack born 24/08/2008!!


    • #3
      I'm also playing it. But I have the same problem that you have!
      Going on a trip around the universe on a convertible


      • #4
        Ah, help! It seems like I've tried all configurations with the clock, but nothing seems to work. Anyone else gotten further?


        • #5


          • #6
            thanks Mistery! and tht birds skwark is really annoying!
            Im a proud Mummy to my gorgeous son Jack born 24/08/2008!!


            • #7

              Wow, that was disappointing.


              • #8
                I did what Mytery said, but, my bird is not free. What's up with that?


                • #9
                  Well, what did not work for you?


                  • #10
                    Well, the first time I tried it, I got the cuckoo to come out to the right and then I clicked more on the right lever several times. Now when I try it again I can't even get the cuckoo to come out.

                    **** my cuckoo out to the right, but, still no free bird....

                    *********Got it. Bird is free.....


                    • #11
                      wow, very disappointing

                      Gamershood'ing for 22 months.


                      • #12
                        it still didnt work for me i set it to the real time... and flipped the switches and it still didnt work.
                        I am the Andyman !.!. -__- .!.!


                        • #13
                          that was easy!! but really nice and annoying..

                          Originally posted by Andyman999
                          it still didnt work for me i set it to the real time... and flipped the switches and it still didnt work.
                          u gota check the minutes to the exact actually.. yeah takes time.. and keep on pressing on the right on for few times .. not 2-3 more..
                          Last edited by Adventure; 07-25-2007, 23:55:29. Reason: Merged posts


                          • #14

                            That's where I was not getting it.....


                            • #15
                              I don't see any logic in here. I am also very disappointed after the two Bonte rooms.
                              "A human being in perfection ought always to preserve a calm and peaceful mind, and never to allow passion or a transitory desire to disturb his tranquility."
                              Mary Shelley - FRANKENSTEIN