The Walls Part Two

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A lot of work went into this experimental Flash endeavor, so please judge fairly, and be sure to play The Walls - Part One because what you find at the end of it can be used at the end of this game to obtain access to a hidden feature. This game is extremely graphics intensive, so you may want to lower the quality if you have a slow computer. Other than that, just dim the light, turn up the sound, and enjoy.

Instructions: You control a flickering light. Use whatever hints or tools your environment presents to you to uncover the three digit code in each stage, and then enter it into the control panel at the lower right corner of the screen.

Special thanks to Kongregate for sponsoring this game, and to Tom Fulp for allowing me to use over 10MB in the file.

(Note: To the 800 or so people who played the original version of this game, I felt it was necessary to re-submit it with the several glitches fixed, and with the file size limit raised, so that nobody would be cheated out of the full experience)

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For those who are stuck on the Fibonacci puzzle it's 358
Fibonacci's number sequence Goes Like This.
the first number is 0 the second is 1 all numbers after that is the sum of the previous two like this 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, etc.


this was a cool game. the second puzzle...pluzzled me.
but i got it.
and i got to see the "hidden feature" without playing 1 or knowing the code...
i guessed! lol
this was awesome . i think there should be a 3.

very interesting game

hm...is Fibonacci two referring to the the Fibonacci number sequence?

i love this game!

i love playing this, but im stuck on fibonacci's two also.
can anyone help me?
other than that AMAZING game, very deep.

grrrreatt :]

creepy game
(thats a good thing)

but i dont get the "Fibonacci's Two"???!?

any1 wanna help me out?? o.o

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4.73 / 5.00

Nov 11, 2007
6:17 PM EST
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