Tiny Room Stories – Town Mystery is a nice puzzle game made by Kiary Games. It’s about a private detective who after receives a letter from his father asking for help, goes to the small town of Redcliff. But there’s a mystery going on; the city is empty. Your goal as a player is to find out where the inhabitants are gone and what has happened to father. The game is very well rated in Play Store and its features are pretty amazing.
Tiny Room Stories: Town Mystery Chapter 4
On this level, you have access to the map. Take the key under the carpet, open the door, head inside and go left. Tap on the four dark squares to open this next door and head inside.
There’s a puzzle to solve. You need to make all the small squares green. Like this:
Get the key and then search for the matches in the room. Get out and make your way to this place:
Go inside. Have a look at the papers on the table and also notice the chessboard. Then tap on the locker that requires an 8 character long password. The password is actually the position of the chess pieces in the chessboard. So:
Get the key and open the other door. Look for a pallet and once you find it go to this padlock:
And based in the notes we saw just a while ago, solve it like this:
Go inside, rotate the three valves and get the valve inside the cabinet. Stick it here:
Open the door, go inside and open all the cabinets. Also, notice that the screen requires a password. The password is the number of items that each cabinet contains; 4536. After you insert the password, lower the handle two times so that the F2 fan stops working.
Then go to the below-shown place to get a lever (which is right inside the fan).
Go back to the previous room and use the lever here:
Now, make the F5 fan stop working and make your way to this place:
Get the key from the table and go to the below-shown room to get a propan.
Place it here:
And use the matches to ignite it. After it explodes, head through. Light the torch and have a look at the notebook on the ground and the statues. Then, rotate the circles like this:
The doors will open so head through. It seems like there is something important in Radcliff. That’s our next destination.