Sagrario's Room Escape

Sagrario's Room Escape

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Wisse
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Sagrario's Room Escape

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For those who didn't play this yet.
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Good 2h worth of fun for me.
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SwiftSpear
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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Hmm, got the AA batteries... now I'm stuck...
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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opened the case, got the cork out, trying to figure out the code to unlock the key and open the second box in the wall.
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Felix the Cat
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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I cheated and used a walkthrough.

This game is WAY too difficult.
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Wisse
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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Nah, I think it's perfect. The only thing I didn't like was UV lamp and it's 101 uses, couse I thought I did everything with it already, but was wrong.

I'm not sure what would I do w/o knowing some music theory, when trying to free one of those keys.
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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Just completed it in around 1:30 hours. Was actually fun, I've tried a few of these things.. this was the only 1 where I didn't want or need to cheat :P
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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I cheated to find the location of the loose floor board, and to find the location of the invisible panel. All the abstract item finding, and puzzling, I did without cheating.

It's probably the hardest room escape I've played so far.
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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Spawn_Retard wrote:opened the case, got the cork out, trying to figure out the code to unlock the key and open the second box in the wall.
the keys on the wall are the last thing you do. Open the safe and fix the chair first.
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rattle
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I've had to use a walkthrough for the radio, because my music was too loud to notice
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Took me around 90 minutes without a walk through. I got lucky and accidentaly found the floor board. My knowledge of music helped too.
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overkill wrote:Took me around 90 minutes without a walk through. I got lucky and accidentaly found the floor board. My knowledge of music helped too.
It's not hard to find if you know you're looking for a floor board. It's just that the game doesn't really give you any hint towards that. The invisible panel was common sense, it was just like a million AM and I didn't want to waste any more time with pixle hunting. As soon as I found it I killed the walk through and did the last puzzle with the crap I had already found.

On this one, it helps massively to have somewhere to right down info for the last few puzzles.
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rattle
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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Okay, the last puzzle was terrible... TERRIBLE.
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aegis
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the last one?
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KaiserJ
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i had a few problems with this, but in lulzy ways.

firstly... if you have unscrewed the bolts from the chair and moved it to the side, you can no longer get the note taped beneath.

secondly, when i was doing the final puzzle, something went wrong (i assume) with the game, some of my results were duplicates... i started again (after considering the chair bolt thing) and was fine.

i know next to nothing about music theory, but recognized the piano keys and googled a piano key layout.

thanks for the cool game!
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Apollo
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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it'd be so much easyer if you could use that gold brick to smash though the door
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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hosestly who would bolt a chair to the floor right infront of a door
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Spawn_Retard
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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To stop the door opening towards you, therefore stoping your escape?

although, i dought a chair bolted to the floor would stop a man wanting to get out
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SwiftSpear
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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The lack of a handle on the door would be a bigger obstacle then the chair IMO.
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I dislike this sort of game because it annoys me. There are so many simpler solutions that I can't use because of the interface. For example, why can't I smash the key holders with that gold bar? And why can't I use that pocketknife to knock the pins out of the door hinges?
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Re: Sagrario's Room Escape

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the interface is perfect cause if you don't like the game you can close it.
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