Confused and unsettled in just a few clicks? That's the calling card of a Detarou escape game, and if you woke up this morning thinking, yes, I would like to see a suggestive lion costume while a man plays the maracas, Biyori is here to fulfill your needs. It's just you and a room full of men who have, um, interesting means of expression. Biyori admittedly features a lot of material right off the bat that is designed to make you either weirded out or uncomfortable, but that's par for the course where Detarou is concerned. Just click to search and interact with things and people, and pay attention to the clues you'll need to solve the puzzles and contraptions keeping you stuck in this place.
Like a lot of Detarou games, Biyori offers very little instruction apart from some cryptic hints, making it easy to spend a lot of time going in circles or stuck on red herrings. Though it initially looks almost barren and straight-forward, there's more than one room to explore, and Biyori quickly piles on more than meets the eye. Detarou has always been great at creating puzzles that force you to change your way of thinking or looking at them, and as usual you'll need to do a lot of backtracking to use or re-use clues you've discovered in different ways. So much backtracking, in fact, that you might want to jot down or take screencaps of the hints you encounter so you don't have to keep running back and forth to refresh your memory. Does it make a whole lot of sense? No. Ha. No. But it's every bit as surprising and strange as fans have come to expect, so gird your loins and sally forth.
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