Are you struggling to make it through all 24 floors in your favorite game? Look no further! This guide will help you conquer each level with ease. Get ready to master the Elevator Warp and reach the top floor in no time.

### Welcome!

### 1st Floor

Answer: This is always a correct floor. Press the ! button for an achievement.

### Bedroom Floor

Answer: Turn off the light and look at the number above the bed.

### Upside-Down Bedroom Floor

Answer: Turn off the light and look at the number below(?) the bed.

### Sarcophagus Floor

Answer: Go up the stairs, go to the right side, pull the lever, and count the amount of gold bars inside the Sarcophagus.

### Infinite Elevators Floor

Answer: Count which position your elevator is from the left. I.E. if you’re one floor 2, your elevator would need to be 2nd from the left.

### Library Maze Floor

Answer: Follow the maze until you hit the dead end, turn around, take the first right, take a left, read the page to find your number, go back the way you came until you get to the junction, take a right, go until you hit a dead end, turn around, and follow the way out.

### Space Station Floor

Answer: Look at the guide at the top right for which number matches which symbol. Look for the pod that has !_! on it, and match the symbol to the number.

### Bathroom Floor

Hint: You really should flush after you go…

Answer: Flush each toilet with the button on the back wall, then a number will appear on the wall surrounded by toilet paper.

### Subway Floor

Answer: Look at the window at the changing sign on the ceiling. You are looking for the only number on the sign, in yellow text. The correct stop is Birchwood Park.

### Fountain Floor

Answer: Count the amount of windows.

### Sewer Floor

Answer: On the back of the second pillar, there’s a height chart. Your number is where the water level is at.

### Telephone Floor

Answer: Just keep walking until you hit a dead end, and turn around. You’ll have to do that one more time, and then look at the telephone. Your number is the one covered in “red paint”.

### Office Floor

Answer: Look for the wooden toys in the room. There’s one behind the plant next to the grey board, one on the chair next to the coffee cup, one on the floor below the briefcase, one in the trash can, and one below the table with the vases.

### Hotel Lobby Floor

Hint: The staircase is a red herring.

Answer: Hit the button on the printer, and read the number that comes out.

### Infinite House Floor

Answer: Look for the clock in one of the four rooms, your number is what the hour hand is pointing at.

### Treasure Dungeon Floor

Answer: Count which chests have gold bars.

### Hedge Maze Floor

Answer: Count the amount of spiral statues.

### Big Desk Floor

Answer: The number is on the back of the photo frame.

### Geodepths / Cave Floor

Answer: Count the number of purple crystals in total. Look for them inside the green crystal clusters.

### Infinite Elevator Shaft Floor

Answer: Count the number of red lights as you fall.

### Parking Garage Floor

Hint: “You ever wonder why we’re here?” “It’s one of life’s great mysteries, isn’t it?”

Answer: Count the number of red cars vs blue cars. If the numbers match, and is your number, you’re on the right floor.

### Hotel Rooms Floor

Answer: Go down the hall until you find the room door that opens. Count how many doors down the room is from the elevator. I.E. A valid floor 3 is when the room door opens, it is the third door from the start.

### Prison Cell Floor

Answer: Check the tally marks on the right wall above the bucket.

### Infinite Bunker Maze Floor

Answer: Take a left down the stairs, then just walk forwards until you find the bunker room. The answer is on the wall inside the room.

### Infinite Rooms Floor

Answer: Count the amount of unique rooms, including the first one you walk into.

### 6th Floor / End

Thank you for reading my guide! Leave a comment if you need any extra help.

And that wraps up our share on Elevator Warp: Floor Walkthrough Guide. If you have any additional insights or tips to contribute, don’t hesitate to drop a comment below. For a more in-depth read, you can refer to the original article here by TB, who deserves all the credit. Happy gaming!