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  • Ladybird Escape

    Escape the room of ladybirds. There are going to happen a lot of strange things in this room. Try to escape!

    Play here

    Please use spoilers to give hints:
    [spoiler=Title Here]Enter text here...[/spoiler]

    Please do not post a video walkthrough for 7 days.

  • #2
    Found and used 4 ladybirds, and a cushion. Got some sort of grass.

    Searching for a hint for arrow puzzle.
    EDIT: Got it, just use your logic

    Used hen.
    Ha, got an egg.

    And out!

    Cute game


    • #3
      Woot! I'm second... That's about as exciting as my life gets *sigh* =)

      Edit: And out...

      Cute game...
      Last edited by sourkraut; 11-27-2009, 00:42:00.
      A man without ethics is a wild beast loosed upon this world.
      -Albert Camus

      Stoneagegames?!? 123Bee?!? And don't even get me started on Gazzyboy.... I'd rather stick my favourite body part in a blender...


      • #4
        Nice game. I always called them ladybugs but online dictionary said ladybird is a synonym...learned something new.

        Rather odd place to keep a chicken but it helped me escape.


        • #5
          Strange and easy !!

          We call those "lady BUGS" where I live


          • #6
            I'm out too. not too hard - I wonder what the ladybirds actually did after using them ?

            In my country the name of those have nothing in common with bugs or lady - we call it "Biedronka"
            Last edited by Mindsmasher; 11-27-2009, 00:47:06.
            anyone got an new game to share?

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            • #7
              Interesting game. I don't tend to leave live animals in a place like that, however.
              Don't forget you are awesome.


              • #8

                In my country (the Netherlands) we call Ladybirds (literally translated) Dear Lord Animals.


                • #9
                  In my country (Quebec) we call them "coccinelle" or "bibite a patate"


                  • #10

                    Is Quebec a country? Isn't it a part of Canada? Is it the French name for Ladybird?


                    • #11
                      Ouch! Had to get help to find the last couple of items...


                      • #12
                        we call them "lieveheersbeestje" ,for translation see post 8 of sneakpeak.
                        if you trow one over your shoulder you can make a wish

                        out now ,found last ladybird
                        Last edited by old biker; 11-27-2009, 07:56:11.


                        • #13
                          In germany we call them "Marienkنfer" :-)
                          Could someone help me please with the wood- riddle?

                          Originally posted by SweetDiversion View Post
                          In germany we call them "Marienkنfer" :-)
                          Could someone help me please with the wood- riddle?

                          Got it !
                          Last edited by Mistery; 11-27-2009, 15:39:56. Reason: Please use the EDIT button instead of double posting :)


                          • #14
                            ah..ok then..


                            • #15
                              Out. Nice game.

                              Here in Britain they're called ladybirds, and this summer we had a plague of them! In some areas, the ground was so thickly carpeted with them, you couldn't help but step on the poor things. It was impossible not to.