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    A new Escape Game from StoneAgeGames, Home Sweet Home

    You must find all the hidden objects, clues and combine them together to finish the home renovations, so you can escape from the house!

    Play Here:

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

    Please do not post a video walkthrough for at least 7 days.
    Last edited by tipper75; 11-06-2010, 22:42:31. Reason: Added spoiler notes

  • #2
    If only it were really that easy


    • #3
      Picked up a lotta stuff... now what to do with anything?

      WOAH! That was really fast! Someone do that at my house?
      Last edited by SueJ999; 11-05-2010, 23:03:29.


      • #4
        Evidently hubby and I disagree about where to do what .. not uncommon LOL - got lots of stuff and trying to get started.
        EDIT: had to break for dinner. Now have used all but one thing - and there should be a nail for it in the wall some place?
        restarting ..
        OK - order does matter .. and I'm out.
        Last edited by NannaJoy; 11-07-2010, 00:07:38.


        • #5
          Once you figure out what to combine and how, then it's super easy.

          Am I the only one out there that uses my iPhone to take pictures of clues so that I don't have to write them down or remember them?


          • #6
            Wow this was very easy....I like it
            From now on, this is how it is going to be, just her and me


            • #7
              I could not hang up the painting, so I quit

              Strange as Angels, Dancing in the Deepest Oceans


              • #8
                tipper... it' wayyy to simple


                • #9
                  I accidentally

                  So order really matters. I had to restart, but escaped after it.


                  • #10
                    Now if construction work is that easy, I will try it

                    Thanks for posting

                    A student who changes the course of history is probably taking an exam.

                    As long as the answer is right, who cares if the question is wrong?