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    Home Story 3: My Room is a new point and click room escape puzzle game,you need find some hidden objects and solve some puzzles to escape this room,have fun!

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    Please use spoilers for hints and walkthroughs:
    [spoiler=Title Here]Enter text here...[/spoiler]

    Please do not post a video walkthrough for 7 days.

    Last edited by tipper75; 11-15-2014, 16:47:59. Reason: Added spoiler notes

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    Strange as Angels, Dancing in the Deepest Oceans

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    • #3
      Found knob, tweezers and scissors, but having a hard time finding something else or using items.
      Hopefully I don't need to know what the flower symbols mean...
      Aha...I need to "drag" items...now have bird.
      Used tweezers, placed bird, now to find clue.
      ....back...(thanks Tipper!)
      Wow, very hard to see....now have red key.

      Now have 4 letter combo and now handles.

      Wow, was that a hard picture to see....had to use the MS Magnifier in Windows 81...nice tool!
      Placed the blue print, but not sure what it means; searching....

      Have watering can and now chain; now have next combo.
      Had to enter a couple times before it worked...? Now have moon key.
      And I'm out? ...that was strange as there were more rooms.
      Very nice game, but I expected more.
      Last edited by graywolf; 11-16-2014, 00:47:04.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by graywolf View Post
        Found knob, tweezers and scissors but, having a hard time finding something else or using items. Hopefully I don't need to know what the flower symbols mean...
        Remember to drag your items
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        Strange as Angels, Dancing in the Deepest Oceans

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        • #5
          Big fun one



          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?



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