History Museum Escape
In Just Pine Games' History Museum Escape, also available free for iOS and Android, you're up to some 1980s teen-movie style shenanigans and find yourself locked in the museum overnight. Because you don't have Donna Noble with you, you can't just boot the door open (or does that only work in libraries... ?), so you'll need to hunt around for a key if you want to escape, and let me tell you, the person who designed this security system must have been shooting for a "Most Convoluted Award". Just click around to interact and pick up items when the cursor changes, and white text will usually display to provide you with descriptions. If you want to try combining things, or just using one object on another, click one item in your inventory, then the next you want to try to use it with. You'll want to experiment with this a lot, since you'll need to come up with more than one handmade tool before you can find your way out.
History Museum Escape doesn't really break any new ground when it comes to the genre, but it does provide a solid little getaway from your day with some mostly intuitive puzzles. I say mostly because the game expects you to make some rather substantial leaps of intuition when it comes to making at least one thing you'll need in order to proceed, something that I honestly only stumbled across when I fell back on ye olde technique of "using every item on every other item". The game doesn't really offer any feedback that could be used as clues to nudge you in the right direction, though it at least isn't a wholly unreasonable conclusion when you figure out what you're finally supposed to be doing... just not necessarily your first choice. Despite that, it's largely a well made game, designed for a quick bite rather than something you'll need to settle down with and ruminate on for a long time, with a simple, clean user interface and even a touch of humour.