It's safe to say by now that Detarou has lovably weird down to an art. Nowhere else but in those strategically crafted, surreal worlds could you catch yourself thinking "Well of course that swarthy ballerina has my cable, but what color was the monkey again?" Even more strange, yet endearing, characters (and the return of an evil panda lurking behind their amusing facade) await you in Detarou's escape game, Pattsun March.
In tradition with the Detarou canon, puzzles follow a bizarre sense of logic for the most part, and you'll have to rely heavily on your problem solving skills. Being able to observe your environment, translate those often absurd elements into necessary clues, and apply them to practical use are the keys to open the many locked doors in this maniacal morsel of a room escape. Keep your eyes peeled for helpful hints and a wary cursor over that save button ready for potential hazards. Once again, you are assisted by the handy-dandy changing cursor, but the clean design makes it hardly necessary while there is nary a pixel hunt in sight. So put on your smarty pants and equip those thinking caps, folks. If you want that oh-so-rewarding feeling of finding all three endings, you're gonna need 'em!