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Escape Santa's Workshop

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Adventure - Point 'n Click
Tags:
christmas
santa
escape
room

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Dec 19, 2014 | 1:00 AM EST

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Christmas eve, and all through the house,
not a creature was stirring, but you wouldn't know,
for you've been kidnapped by old St Nick
and unless you escape he'll will probably kill you.

That wasn't supposed to rhyme. This is serious, guys.

Azureda Presents
Daniel Stern

Escape From Santa's Workshop
A festive escape the room adventure.

Updates:
v1.1 - fixed bug where clicking a page then clicking something else would break game
- fixed getting invisible lights twice

Walkthrough Below
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Walkthrough
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1. Pick up the fruit cake in the first room.

2. Read the advent calendar. The symbols correspond to the correct answer of the safe in the workshop.

3. Talk to Sparkles a bunch of times, and he'll give you a note. The note is a clue for the chess puzzle in the same room.

4. Go to the drummer boy and hit his drum five times. Rum tum tum tum. It will break. Take the key from inside.

5. Use the drummer boy key to open the cabinet in the workshop. Get the first bauble from the cabinet.

6. Use the fruitcake to smash the glass to get the lights.

7. Solve the chess puzzle to get the second bobble. (Answers are below if you can't figure it out.)

8. Solve the advent calendar puzzle to get the second bauble.

9. Read the paper next to the terminal. It contains the answer to the terminal password.

10. Enter the terminal password and the lights will turn on.

11. Put the lights and all three baubles on the tree.

12. Plug the tree in.

13. Talk to Sparkles and he'll give you the star.

14. Put the star on the tree.

15. Go back to the first room and a present has appeared. Get the bad ass key from the present.

16. Put the key in the ignition of the sleigh.

17. Have a merry christmas.

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Puzzle Answers Below (Spoilers!)
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Puzzle Answers:
Advent Puzzle: [3,5,6]
Password: EGGNOG
chess puzzle: king: black, queen: white, knight: white, rook: grey, pawn: black, bishop: black.

Reviews


fatandcattyfatandcatty

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great music and atmosphere. Got a little stuck so thanks for the walkthrough!


azureda responds:

Thanks so much for the positive feedback and checking out some of my older games!


GeminateGeminate

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good but the chess piece puzzle suffered in too many ways so I have to say that puzzle was a fail. Next time make the centerpiece puzzle more solve-able without having to grasp for straws.



brainsnapsbrainsnaps

Rated 4 / 5 stars

well thought out. I didn't understand the chess puzzle, though. How do those names correspond?


azureda responds:

roy - french for king. rena - french for queen (close), lance - a weapon commonly used by knights, bishop, the actual name of the chess piece. penny - sounds like pawn, rook - the only piece not mentioned


tadametadame

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Poor elf must have been driven insane by St. Nick. :/

Thanks for the walk through, I couldn't solve the chess puzzle without it. First, I don't know how to play chess. Second, I couldn't understand how the names were related to the chess pieces.



kekcsikekcsi

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Bugs:
1) Read the paper in the garage and press right/left arrow while the writing is on screen. A present box appears on the table but nothing is clickable. The subtitles show the other room's name and game will navigate relative to that.
2) Pick up christmas lights again from where you already picked it up after using it. Second time it is unusable.

I don't get how "Rena" means Queen. Otherwise, challenging puzzles there but have a good chance to solve without the spoilers. Just don't drink and draw, mkay?


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azureda responds:

Thank you x10000 for the amazingly detailed and helpful feedback @kekcsi!

Thanks to the detailed bug report I was able to fix both bugs and release an update. Thanks a lot and merry xmas!

DS

Also: Reine: French for Queen. Latin for Queen is Regina, and if you take out the middle letters you get Rena.