Weekday Escape


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Weekday Escape

JessWhat do robots and exotic birds have in common with stop motion animation? They're all components of this week's selection of Weekday Escape! Featuring three worthy escape games for your weekday escapism.

  • icon_pencilrebel.gifPencil Rebel - By no means a challenging game, what Pencil Rebel lacks in difficulty is more than made up for in wonderful, amazingly creative artistry. In fact, I don't think I've ever before seen a point-and-click game with such style.
  • icon_robotroom.gifRobot Room - A fun, cute, sometimes baffling room escape featuring—you guessed it—robots! Don't worry, though, they aren't scary, mean robots a la the Terminator; their sole purpose, it seems, is to stand around with their hands in the air, tantalizingly dangling important escape items just out of your reach.
  • icon_roomwr.gifRoom W&R - A well-made, if fairly standard room escape game; the graphics are nice, the puzzles interesting but not unintuitive. A pleasant fix for any point-and-click craving.

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Monsters & Medicine> Satori Get the door, because it's a throng of monsters demanding your... medical treatment? Build your hospital while bringing life to the dying in this adorable turn-based strategy game from Clockwork Acorn that's good for what ails ya.  ...
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March> Dora Everyone needs money, fast cars, good grades... but what might you miss if you only focus on what you have in front of you? This short but sweet interactive art piece follows one man through his life and asks the same question.  ...
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Alexandria Escape> Johnny123 This escape game plops you into ancient Alexandria and has you muddle your way out. Bookshelves, statues, steam machines, and weapons all factor in to your daring point and click adventure.  ...
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Notebook Wars Saga> Tricky It's the famed shooter series that transforms "shock and awe!" into "shock and draw!" Francisco Ferreres' Notebook Wars returns with the first Unity installment of the series: Notebook Wars Saga. The transition to a new engine means losing a lot of the features fans of the series have grown used to, but those looking for a stripped-down throwback or fun on a mobile screen should enjoy this new iteration of shooty fun.  ...

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