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Escape Simulator Decompression Chamber Walkthrough

Decompression Chamber is the fourth escape room in Escape Simulator in Adrift in Space.

In this quick guide, you’ll learn the answers for the Decompression Chamber in Adrift in Space in Escape Simulator.

This includes the Safety Rules Keypad, Service Panel, Pressure Panel, Space Suit Keypad, Power Supply, and Exit Hatch.

  1. Collect all of the items
  2. Safety Rules Keypad
  3. Service Panel
  4. Pressure Panel
  5. Space Suit Keypad
  6. Complete the Space Suit
  7. Power Supply
  8. Exit Hatch

1. Collect all of the items

Open the “Safety Rules” cabinet and collect the helmet, toolbag, and fuses.

Inspect the toolbag from your inventory and collect the tools inside it.

Open the drawers and collect the tablet, fuses, and the Safety Tether.

2. Safety Rules Keypad

Inspect the tablet from your inventory.

The tablet says “Barbecue Smores”, “Use a spoon to unfasten screws”, and “Open the door to air out the place”.

You need to find the numbers of the safety rules that represent what the tablet says.

“Barbecue Smores” = “Starting a fire in the chamber is not the best idea” = “3”.

“Use a spoon to unfasten screws” = “Use the right tool for the job” = “8”.

“Open the door to air out the place” = “Do not open hatch doors unless given direct orders to do so = “4”.

Hence, the passcode for the Safety Rules keypad is “3”, “8”, “4”.

Collect the toolbox and the display.

Open the toolbox and collect the tools inside it.

3. Service Panel

Open the service panel door and click on the service panel.

Place 2 Fuse (15) in the fuse slots.

Now, if you look at the Ship Terminal, you’ll see that the “Temperature” will no longer contain a warning.

4. Pressure Panel

Use the polygon tool (8 sides) to open the pressure panel.

To achieve the correct pressure, you need to set “A” and “B” to the green line.

To do this, you need to use the trial and error method.

The correct symbols are “≈”, “X”, “∿”, ” ≈ “, “X”, “X”, “∿”.

Now, if you look at the Ship Terminal, you’ll see that the “Pressure” will no longer contain a warning.

5. Space Suit Keypad

You’ll be given 4 clues to open the Space Suit door.

The first clue is the first digit of “What I’m floating on”.

If you look outside the window, you’ll see the name of the Spaceship, “Stargazer 28”.

Hence, the first digit of “What I’m floating on” is “2”.

The second clue is the last decimal digit of “Standard operating temperature”.

If you look at the Ship Terminal, the last decimal digit of the temperature is “4”.

The third clue is the second digit of “What I’m floating on”, which is “8”.

The final clue is the first decimal digit of “Standard operating temperature”, which is “5”.

Therefore, the passcode for the Space Suit Keypad is “2”, “4”, “8”, “5”.

6. Complete the Space Suit

Place the helmet, display, safety tether, and toolbag on the Space Suit to complete it.

7. Power Supply

Use the screwdriver and unscrew the power supply on top of the Space Suit.

According to the maintenance device listings, the Space Suit requires a fuse value of “90”.

Hence, you need to insert a combined fuse value of “90” into the power supply.

Collect the Fuse (25) under the “Pull” switch.

Insert “25”, “30”, “20”, “15” into the fuse slots.

8. Exit Hatch

To exit the hatch, you need to equip the Space Suit, insert the exit hatch fuse, and achieve the correct pressure.

Click on the Space Suit to wear it.

Collect the Fuse (25) from the power supply.

Place the Fuse (25) under the “Pull” switch.

Click on the “Pull” switch to open the hatch.

After you’ve pulled the switch, you’ll be able to escape Decompression Chamber in Adrift in Space!

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