Mafia Escape 2
It's my unfortunate duty to inform you that GrinnyP has accidentally locked herself in a room and Sonic Lover is trying to help her out with a screwdriver. Therefore I've stepped in to welcome you to Weekday Escape, so let's get right to it, shall we? In this week's escape game we're going to point-and-click our way out of some underground chambers in Mafia Escape 2, by Wild Harmony Studio.
We know you don't need reminding, but just in case, use your mouse to click around the screen, solve puzzles, locate and use items and only occasionally combine them in the inventory which is at the top of the screen. Navigation is slightly awkward, and you'll often have to back out of screens so click the small arrow in the bottom right of the screen to move. There's no changing cursor in Mafia Escape 2, so you might feel a little short-changed at the pixel hunting element. There's almost a hidden-object feel to this game, because you have to almost press your nose up to the screen to find items, but you'll get there. Eventually.
We here at Jay Is Games understand that you, the JIG community, deserve the best of the finest escape games which GrinnyP endeavours to bring us each week. But we also understand that no Weekday Escape at all would be a tragedy. So kick back and enjoy this week's fast-tracked lucky-dip Weekday Escape. And please come back. GrinnyP will be back next week. With bells on. And an extra set of keys.