Nani-Quest, the newest of the many not-so-typical escape games that Detarou is so famous for, dumps you into the middle of what looks like a Dungeons & Dragons dungeon raid gone awry, with an adventuring party consisting of a mage and swordsman who just can't sort out their differences, a martial artist who seems to have really bad luck with mimics and traps, an archer who's always kneeling alone in the corner... and you, apparently the party's only useful member... rogue, maybe? As is the custom, use the mouse to navigate and interact; a changing cursor will alert you to what you can tinker with. Click the edges of the screen when the bars appear to turn left and right, or to back away from a close-up view. When something's in your inventory, click once to use it or double-click to examine it. Expect several clues and gadgets to be used more than once, and don't forget about the SAVE button.
Detarou has a knack for combining surreal elements with surprisingly logical puzzles, and such is the case in Nani-Quest as well... albeit this one's a little easier on the surreal than, say, Dayori or Office. It's an excellent piece of escape work, so go in there and salvage this dungeon raid so the party can recuperate at the nearest tavern. Hope you've got your +5 Mouse Cursor of Puzzle-Solving equipped.