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The Several Journeys of Reemus

Point and Click with the mouse to interact with the environment and solve puzzles. Click Reemus for a relevant action and click Liam for hints. There are two possible endings.

All Reemus games:
The Several Journeys of Reemus
The Several Journeys of Reemus: Chapter 1
The Several Journeys of Reemus: Chapter 2
The Several Journeys of Reemus: Chapter 3
The Several Journeys of Reemus: Chapter 4

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25 Littlegrey Comments:
    July 7th, 2009 at 4:53 pm says:

    That was so easy

    January 19th, 2009 at 7:51 pm werty says:

    I cannot beat it! The third part is very hard.

    September 24th, 2008 at 10:07 am Steven says:

    WAHOO! i completed it! go me!

    September 20th, 2008 at 12:06 am M.F + S.L says:

    Alright guys and girls, here's the walkthrough.

    First step, check behind the rock on the wall right next to the giant carrot, to the left. You'll see a squashed 'Battery Bug'. Open your compass-like thing, and click the battery bug.

    Now click the green thing on the top of the carrot, it'll open up and another battery bug will pop out. Open the compass, and click the bug. Now close the compass.

    Now click the berries. Then click the tounges pointing at them. Now click the compass 3 times so it's pointing at the flower.

    Now on the bottom right, click the green egg, a blue catterpillar will come out. Let it finish it's trail. Now click the compass one more time so it's pointing at the sun.

    Next to last, grab the stone next to Reemus, and click his head. Make sure the compass is pointing at the sun. Throw it to the rock right above the carrot. A fire will start and burn the top of the carrot, making a huge hole.

    Finally, flip it back to the flower, click the caterpillar, and let it finish it's trail again. Now turn it back to the sun one last time. Now click all of the berries. Now turn it to Winter.

    Click all of the tounges and watch as they stick themselves to the poles. Now click Reemus. Next stage.


    First of all, click the tiny sprouts on the branch right in front of you.

    Flowers should bloom. Now click the horned slug right across from the branch. Click Reemus.

    Next, click the flower branch next to the slug on the bottom. The one that looks like a straw. It should bend down towards the sponge rock. Click the slug.

    The slug will heat up the things above, and a giant mosquito will come and suck it. Click the back of the mosquito. It'll shoot out water and make the sponge rock bigger. Click Reemus.

    The eye above should open up. DO NOT CLICK REEMUS. If you do, you'll die. We don't want that.

    Instead, click the vine in front of Reemus, and under the slug. It should lower a little. Click the slug.

    The slug should make the thing next to Reemus start shooting rocks. Use the rocks on every direction available. Click the cannon to adjust it. Click the slug to make it fire.

    After you shoot it in all 3 directions, shoot it straight up again to hit the crystal again. That should waste the last ball. A little crystal should pop out and hit the sponge rock, thus burning the eye from reflection.

    Click Reemus. Next stage.


    Click Reemus. He should hop on the slug. Click Reemus again. The bridge will collapse, you want this.

    Now it's time for a bit of timing. Wait for the ant in the background to drop the rock. Then click the bat. Wait for the branch to extend and quickly click the rock the ant dropped, before he picks it back up. The branch will feed it to something, and that something will shoot the rock to the bat and knock it down. The bat will take the cliff with it.

    As you can probably see now, Reemus is sinking. If the cliff is down, click Reemus now. He'll jump up to the rock and try to climb up, but the bat will grab him. Quickly click the rock the bat fell off of above to knock it out. If you don't, you start over from this stage. If you do, you finish the level. Next.


    As Reemus said, there's two ways to finish this level. Brains or brawns. Let's do brawns first.

    Grab the unlit torch to the left of Reemus, and light it with the lit torch in front of him. Now click the little bubble above Reemus, next to the ant guard.

    That should knock the guard out, now click the guard.

    Pick up the guard's head and spear. Click Reemus.

    Click the inspector. That should kill him and you'll move on.

    Click Reemus. Done.

    Congratulations! You beat the game! But you did it the bad way.

    The good way is a little different.


    The second you enter the final stage, with the inspector, click the cherry on top of the cake the ant in front of you is carrying.

    Do the above walkthrough for this stage.

    When you get to the inspector, click the crumb right next to Reemus. He should let you through, with the spear in hand.

    Click the sponge rock next to you, and keep clicking the slug until the rock turns big and green. Click the rock. Now click Reemus.

    You beat it again, except the good ending. Gratz :]

    August 26th, 2008 at 4:31 am St_Stu says:

    Ww this is irritating and boring, my two favourite things

    June 17th, 2008 at 8:52 am Wheelnut says:

    I had the brawny a little bit different:
    I did not pick up the guard's head, but headed towards the inspector without "headgear", just a spear.
    When the inspector sees you, he'll release the tasting monster, click it to kill it with the spear.
    After that the inspecting ant will drop everything and run. "Must be the moustache"
    Move on and dive into the queen's mouth...
    Done, you're reckless...

    June 17th, 2008 at 12:58 am audioxience says:

    I played this on newgrounds before it was posted on dyog. everything always seems easier here.

    June 9th, 2008 at 12:27 pm 22{{♥}}22 says:

    this game was short and too easy i thought...

    June 5th, 2008 at 2:51 am MrMiyagi says:

    Secret ingredient to creating this game: LSD

    June 1st, 2008 at 2:00 am scottishmonk117 says:

    A damn trippy game.