It's not clear how the scenario of Magic Island Escape 3, an atmospheric escape by Kamikaze Worm, came to be. Maybe you washed up on the island after a reef sunk the cruise ship you were on. Maybe you were dumped here by fairies as a form of purgatory. Whatever the case, you're here now and you need to escape.
Navigation, and everything else for that matter, is done by mouse click. Click the edge of any screen with an arrow to navigate, and click on things on the environment to interact with them. Your inventory is displayed at the bottom; click on an item to select it for use, then on the environment to use it, or on the "handle" hand to deselect it. To combine two inventory items, click "combine" followed by the two items in question. Your ultimate goal is to escape the island, and to do so you need to activate the magical portal arch by finding and using four colored keys.
Magic Island Escape 3 is short but sweet. The game itself won't last very long as long as you're observant and think logically, but the puzzles are fairly intuitive and well-designed, and the atmosphere is downright lovely. Every screen looks like an oil painting, and the audio loop is soothing without being invasive. There's even a changing cursor, and although the game lacks a save feature, it's short enough you shouldn't need it. Got fifteen minutes to kill? Put them to use escaping an island, by all means.