D&R Walkthrough Chapter 2 (Doors & Rooms)

Sunday, 2 December 2012, 15:32 | Walkthrough

After share D&R Walkthrough Chapter 1 we will share chapter 2 on this article. This chapter has some hard level so maybe it can help you to win the game easily. Well, to the point let’s start D&R game!

D&R Walkthrough Chapter 2

1. Press the buttons in the following order: 431. This will open the door to the room.

2. Tap the calendar hanging on the left wall to zoom in. Note the date “24″ circled in red at the bottom left corner. If you take a look at the door, you’ll see it has four colored buttons in the middle and a sign that reads “CLOSE” at the top. Press only the red button (it’s the top right button) 24 times until the sign changes to “OPEN”. Tap the doorway to escape.

3. Pull the lever on the right side of the door to play the slot machine. Keep on pulling until you get 3 red keys in a row; it can take several tries before it lands on the right one. Tap the doorway to escape.

4. The secret room. Press the little blue light switch to see the rest of the pattern for the numbers. The code hint is 2735.

5. Look in your inventory to find a SILVER KEY. Use the SILVER KEY to unlock the gate. Tap the doorway to escape.

6. 8431 Doors and Rooms answer. With eyes and hint to tilt your device. Tap on the hint above the door. Tilt your device to see the number “8654219634″. Enter 5293 as the answer code in the door. Exit the room.

7. You will need to enable sound effects to complete this level. Note the scale carved on the door. Tap the bells to hear the note that each of them plays. Tap the doorway to escape.

8. Pick up coins form the treasure pile. Each coin contains a 4 digit code. Keep picking up coins and try every code in the door until it opens.

9. Your goal is to start the timer and stop it at 3.0 seconds. Press start, count in your head to 3 seconds and press stop. If you didn’t hit it right try again until the door to the room opens.

10. Set each square to the correct value to balance the scale. Each number (from 1-5) is only used once. Any question? See you on the next D&R Walkthrough.

1 response

  1. Madeline says:

    They didn’t give us the notes?!?

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