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1. TAP panel on wall, then TAP panel on ceiling.
2. Now TAP panel on right wall, then TAP panel on floor twice.
3. TAP panel on left wall and TAP panel on ceiling.
4. You should see 3 portions of the door activated.
5. TAP control panel and ENTER code : 8 – 5 – 4 – 3
6. TAP control panel and EXIT room.

Doors And Rooms 4-4
Chapter 4: Claustrophobia
Stage 4-4
Doors & Rooms Level 4-4

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15 responses to “Doors And Rooms 4-4 | Chapter 4 Claustrophobia, Stage 4-4 | Doors & Rooms Cheats”

  1. Chidini says:

    What is the logic here? Something with the binary?

  2. Luca says:

    how can you get the code 8-5-4-3?

  3. JMT says:

    El valor se obtiene con el número del cuarto más 3 de las cuchillas (8421 + 101 + 10 + 11). La otra cuchilla no se suma ya que nadie puede marcar el código con las cuatro cuchillas abiertas (MORIRÍA).

  4. jd says:

    This series level appears to have no logic what so ever. When doing the walk throughs please try to explain the logic. Thanks

  5. Rich says:

    When each blade comes out there is a 1 under certain numbers. The first blade has a 1 under the 8. The second blade has 1s under the 4 and 1 so 4+1=5. So on and so on.

  6. justine says:

    it’s binary.

    1000 = 8
    0101 =5
    0100 = 4
    0011 = 3

  7. yus says:

    how can you tell the sequence of blade?

  8. U_Ceffy says:

    It is the binary. 1= yes, 0=no. Ie:

    8421 stated on the wall

    1000 on the 1st blade means it has one 8, no 4, no 2, no 1,
    Thus equals to 8+0+0+0=8

    The 0101 on the second blade means it has no 8, one 4, no 2, one 1.
    Thus equals to 0+4+0+1=5

    Apply the rest until you get four digits.

    About the sequence of the code. Maybe the edge of the blade “1000” pointed at the button “1” on the pass code panel. Represent the first number of the code.

    the second blade (0101) and third blade (0100) popped out together and cover the button “2” and “3” on the panel, represents the second and third code number respectively.

    The last blade (0011) actually covers the button “4”, shows that it is the last code number and gives us the combination of “8543”….. But this sequence task is just my guessing. Still waiting for better explanation. Good luck~~~~~

  9. Chris says:

    I got the code 8 5 3 4 and it worked.

  10. Son says:

    It’s Binary code,
    1000 = 8, 0101 = 5, 0100 = 4, 0011 = 3;
    Doesn’t matter what order you entered the code, it would still work.

  11. Wasabiprince says:

    8421 shows its binary. Becoz 2to power of 3 is 8 (2x2x2=8), 4 is 2×2, 2 is 2 to power one, 1 is 2 to power 0. This means its 2- based system

  12. Wasabiprince says:

    Regarding the sequence, as long as u key in these 4 digits: 3,4,5,8 in no matter what order wil also do. I personally tried this many times. Sequence doesn’t matter

  13. Terminatron says:

    As above, the order of the digits entered in the code do not matter. As long as it includes 8, 5, 4 and 3.

    These numbers are obtained from the binary numbers written on the four blades. The sequence of blade opening is also irrelevant. However, the idea is you see all four binary numbers before you lock yourself away from the code..

    When the first button is pressed the blade opens. It then closes again. Two buttons then need to be pressed and then both blades open. Then three, and then four. If you open all four, you die.

    Basically you need to open one blade, note the number, then on the next turn open two other blades and note the numbers and then on the next turn make sure to open the last blade. You then have the four digits you need to enter the code.

  14. Tee says:

    So the 8421 on the wall seems to be irrelevant.

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