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There are over 20 tough stages to solve, with more stages promised by the developers in future updates. As players proceed, stages get harder, and more attention need to be paid to the smaller details. Players must think outside of the box to discover and use the clues around them, even sounds, to solve their way out of all types of rooms, ranging from living rooms, to a school and a subway.
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