You may ponder the meaning of the name Amajeto, since it's a word unfound in the dictionary or Google translate. Yet if you had doubts that Lily Temple might be some rowdy bar filled with pugilistic sailors or a dank woods haunted by some uncommonly thin murderer, they're soon assuaged as you enter this lovely, serene scene, the setting for Amajeto's second escape-the-room creation. You are indeed inside a small clay-walled temple where the focus is centered on collecting and arranging seven lilies in order to earn your enlightenment, or, er, freedom.
The navigation and gameplay are the standard escape game methods—point-and-click to move about the room and seek out interactive areas. Inventory can be examined in detail by clicking the lower right corner of the item's box; highlight items to use on stage or to combine with another item that's opened in the detail screen. A changing cursor helps this process although it doesn't replace a precise and studied exploration of every area and object in the room.
Despite a rather TomaTea flavor that hints at more than mere imitation, the lack of "I have no clue" messages and the jazzy smooth instrumentals as well as a certain ineffable style marks a departure between the works of the two monikers. Some familiar puzzles make their reappearance here as well, such as color patterns and clicky corners. For the most part, these puzzles pose little challenge with clues that present obvious solutions once you connect them to their corresponding device. A few hiccups might slow you down, though (a slight spoiler ahead): in one corner of the room is an obscured active area because there's little indication you should click there unless you scrutinize the scene with the changing cursor; in another area is a puzzle that has no sound or visual effects so may look inoperable until you work out how to play it. These are small matters in light of the contentment that comes from a beautifully-designed and perfectly relaxing escape game, which seems to be an apt definition for Amajeto as well as the pretty Lily Temple.