40x Escape Guide And Walkthrough

Monday, 8 October 2012, 7:19 | Walkthrough

40x escape guide and walkthrough is needed if you want to win the 40x escape game easily. This game is like 100 floor, dooors. It’s a popular puzzle game. So, to the point, we will give you walkthroughs of the game in 2 section. 1-20 and on the next article we will post 20-40. We just give you easy point here. So, if you have some problem about the walk-through of 40x escape, you can share in our comment form and we will discuss about it. Let’s play it now!

40x Escape Guide And Walkthrough

Level 1 : There is button, click it 6 times.

Level 2 : Press ESCAPE

Level 3 : It’s easy just press 1-2-3-4-5-6

Level 4 : Press button on the left then on the right. Repeat it until all of the letters are lit.

Level 5 : Press f-i-v-e

Stage 6 : Wait until the green light is lighting. Then, press “ESCAPE” quickly before the light is light off. So, if you get the dark, you must wait it until the lamp is lighting.

Stage 7 : Change the color to green by press “ESCAPE”

Stage 8 : Rotate the white square tiles to shape 8.

Stage 9 : Keep the cursor until “ESCAPE” word is lit.

Stage 10 : There is a word “PEACE”. So, spell it on the word ESCAPE (without S).

Level 11 : This is on 11. So, it just press e-l-e-v-e-n

Level 12 : Turn to green by press ESCAPE and repeat it until all the word green

Level 13 : Study the picture underneath the combination lock. Note the number of sides each shape has, starting with the largest shape and ending with the smallest. The square has 4 sides, the pentagon has 5 sides, and the triangle has 3 sides. Enter the combination 4-5-3.

Level 14 : There are 3 words knock, so click door 3 times

Level 15 : Be careful, in this level you just need click S and P.

Stage 16 : See the alphabet, a=1, b=2 and more. So, you just need 5,19,3,1,16 and spell ESCAPE.

Stage 17 : Change the color of ESCAPE to yellow by press all of it.

Stage 18 : There is “hold on” word. So, press it and hold it. You will get ESCAPE

Stage 19 : The first 6 buttons each select a letter in “ESCAPE” going from left to right. The last button on the right turns the selected letter on or off. So to light up the whole sign, you’ll have to press the buttons in order of 1-7, 2-7, 3-7, etc.

Stage 20 : This is 20, so just spell t-w-e-n-t-y

That’s the 40x escape game walkthrough. We hope this article can help you to pass and win the game. You can share your experience on the comment form and in the end, see you on the next walkthroughts.

14 responses to "40x Escape Guide And Walkthrough"

  1. madison says:

    Thanx sooooooooooooooo much everyone that you put down was right and unlike all other sites yours had words 10 year olds can under stand but suggestion here is that you should put all the levels up and your website will be more popular and work on the website decorations then everyone will rate this and you will have a 5 star website. TAKE THIS ADVICE IT ALLWAYS WORKS FOR EVERYONE!

    • Admin says:

      Thank you sooooo much for visiting my website and leaving helpful feedback! Users like you are why sites like this exist!

      Have a good day!

      Check out http://www.byuur.com/ for more articles and walkthroughs!

  2. Leah Tehdinosaur says:

    omg im stuck on 24 -_-

  3. 18panda says:

    Can you help me with level 23

  4. Marie Ramsey says:

    can you help with 25

  5. Random Person says:

    what about the rest pleeeeaaasse??? :) and i really need 27

Leave a reply

Answer and fill question (captcha) below before submit!


+ 2 = 4

RSS Car and Driver

  • 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat Fuel Economy Released, Report Says Chrysler Dyno’d Car at 825 hp September 18, 2014
    A full 707 horsepower and 650 lb-ft of torque, a 3.6-second 0-to-60 time, sub-12 second quarters, and a hefty 4488-pound curb weight—any way you look at it, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat is all about staggering numbers. But here’s one number we didn’t see coming: The ‘Cat has earned an EPA highway fuel-economy rating of 22 […]
    Andrew Wendler
  • 2015 Kia Sedona First Drive: Rear Doors Still Slide and Soccer Squads Abide September 18, 2014
    Kia doesn’t want you to think of its new Sedona as a minivan. Sure, it was a minivan in its previous generation. But now, according to Kia, it’s a “multipurpose vehicle.” It’s interesting, this avoidance of the dreaded minivan label. Yes, the redesigned Sedona is a wee bit more bullish in the nose and slightly […]
    Tony Swan
  • 24 Hours of LeMons Northern California: The Winners September 18, 2014
    What a race! We saw a record-breaking number of teams show up for the car inspections on Friday, what seemed like most of those cars break down during Saturday’s race session, and exciting battles in all three classes on Sunday. Here’s what happened. Two years ago, we listed Cerveza Racing and their 1983 BMW 533i […]
    Murilee Martin
  • Bristol Cars Returns From the Dead September 17, 2014
    Even by the high standards of eccentricity set by Britain’s small sports-car makers, Bristol was always in a class of its own. This is the carmaker that made Morgan look like Mitsubishi. Bristol’s former boss, Tony Crook, refused to let journalists drive its cars for many years on the (possibly reasonable) grounds that they “wouldn’t […]
    Mike Duff