Muse Lock - Free Brain Game

Muse Lock
Play:  Small | Medium | Large


Muse Lock trains problem solving and logical reasoning. Use logic and clues to escape from your prison!

To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large link or PLAY GAME button under the picture of the game at left. This opens the game in a pop-up window.

After the game loads, click the "PLAY" button at the top of the game screen.

Muse Lock Instructions

If you like this game, you might enjoy the other free puzzle games on this site, such as Candy Crush Speed Challenge, Knight's Tour, and Chronotron.

To move around the room, click the big white arrows on the game screen.

HOW TO PLAY.  Muse Lock is another one of those mind-boggling how-the-heck-do-you-get-out-of-here puzzle games.

Search for clues in the room where you find yourself. Use the clues and the objects you find to figure out how to escape from the room.

When you find a clue (such as a piece of paper or a key), click it with the mouse. This will add the object to your inventory on the right side of the screen.

To look more carefully at an item in your inventory, first click the item to highlight it. Then click the "Inspect Item" button.

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