Two hurt artists, a missing book, dried clay, and no fingerprints. Sound like your kind of crime scene? Then join the Vortex Point paranormal investigators to solve the latest mysterious crime in this point and click adventure series.
This luxuriously appointed seaside suite is an escape in every sense. From the many logically designed puzzles which you must solve to unlock to the door to the beautiful setting which whisks you away on a seaside vacation, there's much to explore and discover. So set aside a half hour or more and take your time to enjoy the view and escape from it all.
Since when do aliens abduct other aliens? If you're in the mood for something short and sweet, help the cute green alien escape the bad little green men in this point-and-click game. Click around the screen to discover what you can interact with to figure out how to get back to your planet.
- • Find the Escape-Men 96: The Super Market
- • Fruit Kitchens 03: Navel Orange
- • Story Room Escape 4
FunkyLand beckons you to gather up a bushful of juicy round citrus fruit while No1Game sends you grocery shopping for a "Time-limited Escape Sale." Meanwhile, if you're still hungry for cerebral challenge, Story House's debut into Weekday Escape provides a light repast of logical puzzle in a comely one-walled scene.
TomaTea serves up belated but no less welcome holiday treats with a sweet and pastel Easter themed room escape. With a whole lot of puzzles penning you in and codes to discover, can you find your way out before someone eats all the candy in the basket you probably left unattended?
You're stuck in a completely plain white room with completely featureless furniture... or ARE you? This little room with no name isn't everything it appears to be! Look inside shelves and desks, and uncover the colors that lie hidden within the No Name Room to escape.
PI Rick has been chasing a woman for years now in Mike Morin's popular point-and-click adventure mystery series, but in this latest brief installment it seems like he's been given another chance. Does he really want what's at the end of it? Don't play this without having played the other games!
Danger lurks around every corner, literally, in this deadly point-and-click escape game from Kotorinosu. If you want to find a way out, you'll have to search everywhere and solve puzzles, all while avoiding being eaten, exploded, gassed, dropped...
There are one hundred eggs hiding in this cute and colourful point-and-click puzzle game, but finding all of them won't be easy! Search and solve simple puzzles to bring smiles to the monkeys on this tastiest of holidays.
Miss Libellule has faced the Queen of Snakes, but now she's in for a watery challenge when a desperate note takes her deep under the sea in the search for two star-crossed lovers and a pile of treasure in this point-and-click adventure.
A well-deserved weekend getaway doesn't end when you expect it to, when you find yourself locked inside the newest escape game by Tesshi-e, where puzzles and clues both logical and obscure are the best amenities you can find in this little lodge.
Another day, another room to find yourself inexplicably locked within. Clever puzzles await you within the mysterious room with the white door, and you'll need to find the three wooden tokens to escape this time!
Tomatea is a developer that respects the time of year with their escape games, so it should be no surprise that as winter turns to spring, Spring Morning graces our computer screens. Navigate by mouse, keep an eye out for the glowing cursor, and hopefully eventually leave the room and greet the beautiful spring weather outdoors. Unless you're allergic to pollen.
Some words to the wise: do not trust your little ones to Pencil Kids' band of sad simians for safe keeping as they can't stop losing their own monkey babies. Which means you get to go on another point-and-click adventure, this time in the form of five short, self-contained tales. By exploring each stage, finding and using items, and solving a few simple puzzles, you can rescue the mini monkeys and turn tears into cheers.
- • Fruit Kitchens No.1: Strawberry Red
- • Escape from the Similar Rooms 10
- • A Little Slow Escape
Funkyland switches from candies to fruit; find seven strawberries in this whimsical scene. Notice any differences between Hottategoya's three rooms? They're each a similar plain, unassuming grey but small distinguishing characteristics will lead you out. Cute, charming and pretty in pink, Kamokichi's easy little escape is a perfect palate cleanser.
It was supposed to be simple: break in to the department store, steal the top secret documents, and get out. But someone gassed you, and now you're alone on the store's roof, and things are bound to get more complex before they get simpler. So begins Gatamari's newest escaper, Mission in Department Store.
- • Candy Rooms #6: Violet Sweet
- • Chick Hide and Seek 16
- • Escape from the White Picture Room
- • Dismantlement Sushi (browser version)
Three escape games. No, wait. Four escape games for your playing enjoyment brought to you by FunkyLand, Yuri, Gam.eBB and Yomino Kagura. Surely one of these fine specimens will take a fondness to you and follow you home.
The cold can do funny things to you. (Just ask anyone who's sick of the phrase "polar vortex.") So when you're stationed at a polar research station, things can get hairy. In Polar Escape, a new escape game from Just Pine Games, your coworkers have locked you in someone's room, and you have to get out so you can be rescued. Though the game is very short, it's quite intuitive and has a quirky sense of humor that leaves you wanting to see more from the developer.
J-Tubeus is your ordinary hat-wearing, boombox-toting robot. He has no time for adventures... right up until he finds himself bot-napped! Solve puzzles to find your way out in this gorgeous and quirky point-and-click puzzle adventure.
More questions are asked than answered as Alexia continues her mysterious hero training. Point-and-click your way through this puzzle adventure to try to uncover the secret of why you are there and why the fate of millions of people might lay on your shoulders.
Mateusz Skutnik's beloved and celebrated Submachine series returns for a vengeance in this meaty point-and-click adventure. You awaken on top of a strange, otherworldly temple with only a hammer and some seemingly broken electronics. Finding a way out will take both an eye for detail and a clever mind to solve the inventive puzzles in this stunning games.
Explore this lovely room for an assortment of items and clues, putting all the bits together, opening drawers and cupboards, until you've uncovered the code that will open the door. If you enjoy pretty aesthetics and logical puzzles, then the occasional fussy mechanism should be little bother. Even with a few flaws, like thorns on a rose, there's ample fun to be had here—as well as two ways to exit.
Packed into this lovely mini-escape are some entertaining puzzles including a really tricky color-based one and not one but two endings (the bad and the good) along with some...let's say slightly inappropriate language, which one would probably expect with a hockey team.
- • Find the Escape-Men 87: Pollinosis
- • Escape from the Room with the Diamond Picture
- • Escape the Japanese Style Room
Our tasty trio this week serves up a rather plain but neatly logical offering from Yomino Kagura, a quick but pixel-hunt flavored repast from Neat Escape, and another story driven escape man search from No1Game. All together, they make a satisfying Weekday Escape lunch break.
After bursting out of a coffin, you find yourself lost and disoriented in a strange city, and when night falls things get even stranger. The third chapter of the popular point-and-click horror adventure series provides some of the best atmosphere around in an otherworldly and supremely creepy setting that provides big scares without a lot of gore.
Celebrate the interval between Christmas and spring with The Holidays are Over, Tomatea's ode to that long, dark season. Entertaining whatever the time of year, The Holidays are Over is another exquisite escape from the fertile mind of Tomatea. Let's Celebrate!
- • Chocolate Mint Room
- • Escape from the Triangle Maze
- • Escape from the Cat Room
Funny how one person's idea of a great escape game can differ so much from another's. There are certain styles and formulations that always win fans, but with so many unique variations on the same theme—finding a way out of a place—there's plenty of room to disagree. Do you prefer the pastel sweetness of Yuri's short escapes? Is being trapped in a Hottategoya maze your idea of fun or your worst nightmare? Or, maybe, you'd rather be transported back to your early days of gaming with Cyan Mage's retro stylings?
You've been kidnapped. Or at least, you think so. And trapped in a strange house packed with puzzles, you've been trying to find your way out for, oh, four games now. This final fifth installment in the Escape-Men spin-off series provides even more weirdness and questions, but also some unexpected and welcome complexity to go with its quirky ending.
An evil king has stolen the monkeys' favorite playthings, making them go very sad. Make the monkeys happy again by going on a point-and-click puzzle adventure. Explore the kingdom, gathering up helpful objects and using them correctly to work your way into the castle and rescue the toys. As long as you aren't squeamish about a stinky spider poo, completing your quest quickly should be no problem. Which is a good thing—the sooner you finish, the sooner the simian weeping turns to joyful leaping.
Silvian is down on his luck, and running afoul of a local thieves guild doesn't help matters. He's taking a job to find out what's wrong in a neighbouring town, but before he leaves he has some items to gather. A short first installment to a new dark fantasy point-and-click adventure from Black Olive Games.
Cats get into all sorts of things, and their love of laundry baskets is well documented. But Sylviepouetpouet's frisky feline winds up in trouble when it accidentally gets tossed in with the wash and must figure out a way to escape the machine! A short but adorable point-and-click puzzle game that shines with charm and personality.
turboNuke's fourth entry in the Harry Quantum series, Doc Star, contains everything necessary for a wild ride: sex, drugs and rock 'n roll! Okay, so there's no sex. And drugs make no appearance either. So it's just rock 'n roll, and that's all Harry and his robotic sidekick, Graeme need. Point and click your way out of a (still) crazy adventure saving Super Burro's brother, Percy, and his recently reunited band.
Somehow you've been cooped up inside the gen-kan, where some dangerous devices were placed. Now, can you avoid making the wrong move and escape from this place alive and intact? Since this room escape is by the inventively creative Kotorinosu, you know you can count on heaps of fun while trying.
- • Booca in Southern Island Episode 3
- • Find the Escape-Men 81: Muscular Man
- • Candy Rooms 1
This week, CoconutsPark's Booca can't sleep so her brother, Noib, sets out to make her some sleepytime tea; solve a few puzzles to gather all the ingredients. Sometimes a green guy wants to feel like hulk and sometimes he just needs your help opening his special-made 100kg steel door; try to find all ten escape men and maybe they can give you a hand. Lastly, finish your three-course escape meal by finding some sugary treats in this short escape from FunkyLand.
"Earth. Music. Honey." Not the name of a new retro-styled homage band but just some of the words you'll encounter in Robamimi's latest escape-the-room creation. While enjoying the serenely pretty aesthetics, search this room closely, looking for words and figuring out how to turn them into clues. Make the right connections and you'll solve your way out the door.
- • Gatamari Escape 20
- • Escape from the Strange Hotel
- • Chick Hide and Seek 15
Are you looking for more zen moments in the midst of a frazzled week? Or just wanting to extend that happy chill you already have? The three escapes we feature this week will do just that. Gatamari has a lot of clever but logical puzzles to solve, Hottategoya's Strange Hotel is a bit disconcerting, while Yuri's ten chicks are just chilling waiting to be found.
Tesshi-e's first escape game of 2014 reunites you with the mysterious Mr. K, a friend you haven't seen since 2011 who enjoys renovating rooms with all manner of mysterious puzzles and mechanisms to trap you. Featuring hippos, birds, secret codes, and a fine beverage to go with swanky piano music, it's another great example of Tesshi-e's ability to marry logic with whimsy in design.
Ready to solve puzzles? Like... a lot of them? The latest in the popular series of point-and-click puzzle games from Pencilkids throws thirty of them at you as you make pizzas, befriend ducks, help knights, and more to put a smile on your little monkey's face.
Bad weather overtakes you as you're hiking a snowy mountain, so you escape the elements inside this unassuming mountain hut. Luckily, No 1 Game has picked this exact location for another game of find the escape men. Looking everywhere something tiny and flat could be hidden and solving a few puzzles makes for a fun way to wait out the snow storm.
Good news, clockwatchers! The sun is setting and it's time to go home. The problem? Your ride, the elevator, isn't working. So poke around the office, find clues and helpful objects, and drag them into action in this quick, fun escape from Afro-Ninja. The neatly rendered visuals and perfectly casual puzzles equal a quick payday of fun.
Whales, deliveries, bears, codes, gentlemen... it may sound like I'm reading a list of Mad Libs entries, but these are just a few of the strange things you'll encounter solving puzzles in Ninjadoodle's latest rapid-fire point-and-click game!
Welcome to another 25 levels of mysterious door-opening, escaping fun with Abroy's sequel Neon Doors 2. While other games in the genre concentrate more on the physical aspects of trying to unlock a series of doors, Neon Doors 2 goes for much more visually abstract puzzles.
Comically complicated contraptions and delirious devices are waiting for you inside Haretoki's marvelous escaper's fun factory. Looking as if designed by a kid on a Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs bender, this is not an easy escape by far. Yet each puzzle has a solid logic and, by constructing helpful objects and carefully deciphering the myriad of clues, you'll find escaping not only possible but immensely fun.
When it's THIS cold outside, most of us want to stay indoors, but after a rough work week you're determined to go out and enjoy yourself. Too bad a freak snow storm has you trapped inside with ten little green men...
It's just three puzzles long, but Hottategoya's little escape game might still have you going in circles as you try to find three keys to get out from the maze of shelves, books, and hallways.
A familiar face in an air duct. A creepy panda under a single flickering light. A dancing man in a toilet with amazing hair. Hmmm... sounds like a Detarou escape to me!
Where is our New Year? You'll need to solve Mateusz Skutnik's point-and-click puzzler to bring it around. Though short and easy provided you scour every rock and drawer, it's a beautifully illustrated and fun little diversion to celebrate out with the old, and in with the new!
Santa has kinapped you, again, because he has lost the happy coins, again, and needs you to find them (and his sack of presents) to save Christmas, AGAIN...Tesshi-e is back with another trippy holiday scenario with The Happy Escape 6.
At first, you can't make out much in this escape-the-room game from Kotorinosu. Could this thing be a door? What are these green squarish things you've found, almost by accident? Yet, if you manage to solve the puzzles and survive the pixel hunts of this room, details come into being. You'll be that much closer to success.
Need an itty-bitty dose of holiday cheer? Then get your point-and-click puzzle-solving on with Pencilkids' monkeys as they search for enough presents (and a little something extra) to make their Christmas complete.
Winter has come to Snail Bob's little world and, fittingly, he has to save the snail version of Santa from a particularly malicious green hamster. Sounds a bit odd? Wait until you start playing! Snail Bob 6 Winter Story is full of silly puzzles, grumpy crocodiles, friendly ants and lots of other quirky things that make this series as lovable as possible.
Seek out a half-score of hens and escape the cabin in Yuri's Chick Hide and Seek 14. Interface issues mar the sweetness, but overall Chick Hide and Seek 14 has a comforting familiarity to it that will go great with an afternoon cocoa break.
Furnished in Hottategoya's signature minimalism and a bit of surreal calm, these rooms do look very similar, don't they? Still, there's only one way you can get out. Three boxes each contain a key. Each of those three keys correspond to one of three locks on the door. Figure out how to open the boxes, gather the keys, and unlock the door to escape.
Enjoy some very abstract puzzle solving to get through a bunch of doors in Mobest Media's fantastic new escape Neon Doors. (Also available free as Surreal Escape on Android and iOS!)
Jerry of Jerry's Merry Christmas, today's point-and-click adventure from Carmel Games, really gets into the holidays. His house is fully decorated for Christmas, and he even broke out the green snowflake sweater. The only thing that's missing is a piece of mistletoe hanging on the wall, and he's going to need your help with that one. JMC has everything that makes a Carmel Game a Carmel Game: a stylish mix of flat-colored and shaded graphics, puzzles that are typically logical but with one or two trip-ups, a few humorous surprises, and a changing cursor to reduce troublesome pixel-hunting.
Japanese developer Coconuts Park presents a cute and light-hearted entry in their long line of cute and light-hearted point and click games with Booca in the Southern Island Episode 2. The second of the first three of their games to be translated in English, Coconuts Park certainly has an eye for appealing and simple, but not too easy, escape style games. Give it a shot to relive the horrors of birth order all over again!
Feeling clicky? Need an oddly silly way to spend your time today? Ninjadoodle's assortment of minigames, puzzles, trivia and other assorted point-and-click diversions is your quickest clickiest choice for time spending options. Your goal in each of the 20 levels? Do what you must to find and click...PLAY!
Robamimi returns to the single-walled venue of room escapes with everything you love about a Robamimi design: a user-friendly interface, clever yet solidly logical puzzles, and a beautiful setting all rolled into one roomful of fun.
Short and sweet, this point-and-click puzzle is just three levels, but is full of charm nonetheless. As in its predecessor, you're swapping between floors in an elevator to find toys for Christmas for your sad little monkeys.
Trapped in a strange futuristic prison, you'll need to keep your wits about you to find the clues you need to solve the puzzles that keep you trapped. Despite a baffling story wrapped around it, Gotmail provides a solid and entertaining escape game that'll give you a mental workout.
What's cuter than fluffy kittens and puppies raised by sparkly ponycorns in the land of rainbows and Oz? Why, Find the Candy, of course, the puzzler which brings near lethal levels of kawaii to point-and-click gaming.
Gotmail delivers a hard and creepy escape game as you find yourself trapped in a house with an unsavory reputation. Search for clues and decipher codes to solve challenging puzzles in this stylish but difficult game!
Detarou's latest escape might be the most suggestive to date, but if that doesn't scare you, dive on in. To find your way out, you'll have to sacrifice a fish, grow an onion woman, put old gum to new use, and more. Weird doesn't begin to cover it.
You control a witch named Undra, who is woken up in the middle of the night by her mushroom messenger crying out an alert, and sets out to investigate. She is later joined by Kijo Itar, a runaway orc with an unpleasant past, and together they make it their mission to bring whatever ancient evil has awakened to an end. A Boney Night bills itself as a callback to the golden age of adventure gaming, when the likes of Guybrush Threepwood and Roger Wilco were stuffing their bafflingly deep pockets with inventory items and using them in all kinds of crazy ways, and with the creative yet logical puzzles, occasional spots of humor, and general retro charm, this game definitely delivers.
Last time in this whimsically surreal and remarkably gorgeous point-and-click adventure series, our stalwart hero, Triton, found the legendary Kveendolnitza. Using it, will he be able to now restore the old order? Eh. Who knows? Why don't you give the little fellow a hand: explore the world around you, search through intricately detailed scenery to uncover useful objects and use them in the correct order, solve riddles and other minigames, until you find the answer at the end.
Short and simple, this point-and-click puzzle games takes you through a series of elevators as you search for toys to make the tiny monkeys happy. It's just a few levels and not particularly challenging, but for fans of cute, clicky puzzling, it makes for a short break of fun.
Pesimari, the small sundries shop out on the edge of town is holding an escape event. Of course you're intrigued by this and might want to pick up a Mr. Birdy mug cup while you're at it. It looks easy at first, but there are some clever tricks in store for you here. You'll have to find all the clues and work out what they mean if you're ever going to escape. Maybe, if you're spend your time well, you'll leave with an extra happy coin for your wallet, too!
Falling in love with a celebrity isn't just for humans – it happened to snail Bob, too. Although in his case, reaching his beloved singing snail superstar means more than wrestling with bodyguards. His puzzle adventure includes avoiding monsters, getting trapped in crab-filled sand pits and stung by bees, so he'll need all the help he can get, and wouldn't you like to help two young snails live happily ever after?
TomaTea's distinctive style of pastel artwork and harmonious design creates the serene background to some deviously clever puzzles. This time around, your goal is to collect five roses so you can retrieve the door lever and escape.
In the religion of Shinto, the Inari is the Japanese kami of foxes, fertility, rice, agriculture and industry, and prosperity. Here, in Robamimi's photo-realistically beautiful escape-the-room game, your success is determined by how well you can find and decipher the clues, utilizing found items and finding enlightenment—of the escaping kind.
So you have a turtle to take care of. After a drunken night, you find a scorpion in the box with the turtle. Will you save the poor turtle? Will you die trying? Do some fun point-and-clicking in The Scorpion Box and find out!
Dive into another immersive room escape involving a near-featureless white room and lots and lots of tricky puzzles in Factory.112's amazing sequel, unReal 2.
Clean design, live electrical wires, heavy machinery, and no way out... what more could an escaper want? Onamis warns you to bring your own pen and paper for this atmospheric point-and-click puzzle game, and you'll definitely need it if you plan to decipher all the clues needed to climb your way out.
Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven, Chamber Door takes you on a curious point-and-click adventure. You and your sidekick Eleven are tasked by your master to wake Lenore, who is hidden away in forgotten dark chambers. Though the puzzles are simple, the creepy story and atmosphere make this game worth a play.
TomaTea has opened a pretty new sugar shop to tempt you, treat you and delight you. Once inside, though, you'll have to solve some puzzles, reassemble tile mosaics and gather up handfuls of petite chocolates in order to escape. As if you'd want to leave! The soothing music and lovely aesthetics add to the serenity along with a glowing cursor and puzzles with just the right bit of challenge to satisfy without leaving you feeling sour.
So you've become a fish. You have no idea how it happened, but you've found yourself under the sea with a few extra fins and scales than usually. You are now known as Dudefish, and you have to find out who did this to you and how you can get your legs back in a silly and lovable maritime point-and-click adventure.
Experience the memories of happy coins past in this, the 91st escape-the-room game by our dear friend, Tesshi-e. And what is a friend for if not to lock us up and force us to point and click all over the place, seeking out clues, useful objects and seven shiny gold coins in order to escape? Although you'll revel in the familiar, Tesshi-e has some sly tricks to keep you on your toes and scratching your head.
It's Halloween, and everyone's out trick-or-treating, including Japanese developer Choko-Chai's trademark three cats. When they visit the wrong house and end up locked inside, though, it's time once again for them to escape. Choko-Chai's games have a charm all their own; the puzzles are neither too challenging nor too easy, there's a changing cursor right where it counts, the cats' animated antics are hard to tire of, and the one time there's a puzzle that requires knowledge of something Japanese, the creator provides a Wikipedia link.
Continuing where the first chapter in this eerie point-and-click horror adventure left off, our hero finds himself plagued by disturbing dreams and driven to seek answers at a secluded church that seems to offer more secrets than sanctuary.
The human mind is a very complex thing. A very complex, bizarre, fragile thing which sometimes malfunctions and starts creating all manner of horrors. What horrors, you ask? Step right into Dopaminium: The Heal Journey and see for yourself. In this surreal point-and-click experience, you'll go through different departments of the mind, try to mend an ailing psyche and get utterly creeped out.
With both a main quest to help the birdies reunite and a side quest to find all seven hidden eggs, White Cage is a lot of entertainment packed into a little space. So welcome Petithima back and enjoy White Cage!
Olav and the Lute, a music-based puzzle adventure game by Shelly Alon, and Johann and Daniel Von Appen has you exploring a post-apocalyptic fantasy world, wielding the power of a magical stringed instrument. Gameplay will be familiar to players of LucasArts' Loom, but Olav and the Lute is an engagingly unique ride, despite its short length.
Ninjadoodle is at it again! ClickPLAY is back with 20 new levels of ClickPLAY clickiness! It's more concerned with how quickly you think, relying less on reflexes and more on the little gray cells that occupy your noggin. Fans of the genre are sure to find lots of entertainment in this quick and amusing little distraction. Come on, click Play and begin! You know you want to...
Why rack your brain wondering why Detarou is so so strange when you can spend that precious brain power figuring out the abundance of puzzles in store for you in this latest surreal escape from the weirdness master? Significantly easier and a teensy bit less offensive than some Detarou offerings out there, this episode has three endings and plenty of humorous surprises throughout. And you thought it was just about Japanese floor coverings!
Ready for a burst of warmhearted cheerfulness to lift your mood? The autumn leaves are falling and weather is cooling down, but there's still a world of fun outside. In order to open the door , though, you need to play a game of hide-and-seek with ten adorable chicks in this sweet escape game by Yuri.
In the language of flowers, gazania means "I am proud of you." Here, in Robamimi's lovely escape-the-room game, flowers and a feeling of pride go hand-in-hand as your success in deciphering clues and solving puzzles result in a blossoming sense of accomplishment. The challenges that keep the exit door closed are just enough to feel good about as you step out into freedom.
The old, walled-in town of Dubrovnik is the hauntingly beautiful location of Mateusz Skutnik's latest seek-and-find the gnomes adventure. Follow a changing cursor to scan each scene, exploring narrow streets and tightly built houses, seeking out the elusive gnomes. It's near impossible to find all ten before the timer first expires, but this is a good thing: Skutnik's remarkable photography is too enchanting to spend a mere 10 minutes on. The serene beauty of Dubrovnik is wonderful to explore, and who knows what you may discover? Maybe even a troll.
Anision's adorable, over-the-top cute design masks a surprisingly clever little escape game that hides puzzles and clues in plain sight. It's logical and delightful, and well worth your time.
[UPDATED VERSION] In this escape game, you wake up in a golden cage with the number 26 on it, in a tiny house and yard that seems to have everything you need... but even more than figuring out where you are and why, finding a way out becomes increasingly pressing as you soon realise that whoever is supposed to be tending these cages hasn't come by in quite some time, and with supplies dwindling and the place falling into disrepair, things are looking grim.
Yona Yona Games debuts on JIG with this sweet escape named after a children's singing game. By gathering clues and using found items, you must not only secure your freedom but also that of a charming little blue bird. The puzzles are light enough for spirited and happy game break yet pose just enough challenge to make that door key well-earned.
That's right: you do know what time it is. Time for another eclectic installment of click festive minigames and puzzles to NinjaDoodle up your day in all the best of ways. At each stage, the play button is hiding, waiting for you solve the problems presented for you to correctly unscramble words, perform backwards mathematics, decipher the pattern, negotiate a maze... Or whatever needs/must be done—part of the challenge is figuring out exactly what that is. Find the play button, click it, and do it in the best time possible to claim your prize at the end.
In this sequel to the hit competition winning point-and-click horror adventure, driven by a desire to find out once and for all whether you're losing your mind, you head to the library to learn more about lucid dreaming and its roots. What you find is another nightmare you'll have to go deeper into than before if you want to escape... but you're being hunted.
Another short but gorgeous point-and-click adventure arrives from Hyptosis, as you struggle to maintain relations between your company and the prickly Templars after a Relic is discovered nearby. Adding to the already thick tension in the city and hot on the heels of your last adventure, it doesn't look like your life is showing any signs of slowing down... or getting any less dangerous.
Robby wants to rob a bank, but things don't go so well when the police show up. As the officer counts down from ten, it's up to you to find out a (probably weird) solution that doesn't end with our hero dead or in jail in this wonderfully silly point-and-click puzzle game made in just 48 hours.
After three years, the next installment in the beloved creepy-cool point-and-click adventure series by veteran developer Mateusz Skutnik has finally arrived. As you venture beyond the walls of the town, are you prepared to handle the mysteries of the Sea of Smoke and the surreal puzzles within?
After being held captive and subjected to a variety of bizarre experiments, you seize your chance to escape one day, minus the top of your head, only to find yourself trapped in a bizarre lab filled with other hapless test subjects and bizarre puzzles. Point-and-click your way to an escape in this surreal, colourful game from the creator of The Queen of Snakes.
Your point-and-click adventure odyssey continues in the sci-fi game Worldgate 3. It lives up to the reputation of its predecessors. The art is as lovely and alien as before, and the worlds to explore ever mysterious. To make things even more exciting, some of your many questions will be answered as you delve into these new universes.
Just as the name indicates, you find yourself inside a small clay-walled temple where the focus is in on collecting and arranging seven lilies in order to escape. All the familiar workings of a standard escape game are here, yet the ineffable style elevates Lily Temple to a beautiful and peaceful sojourn, with just a few small challenges, helping to define Amajeto as a designer of perfectly relaxing escapes.
Choko Chai's cats are a charming trio full of winning personality and charm. They also keep finding themselves in sticky situations. This time it's being stuck aboard a passenger ship as it sails out to sea. Help them solve codes and put items into creative use or call them onto stage and put them to action. While the puzzle solving and exploration can be hit-and-miss, most the fun and entertainment of this escape game comes from the three cats' ameowsing antics.
You don't know why, but you've got to escape... and you've got to do it over the course of three nights. Three Nights Escape isn't as bizarre as, say, Detarou's work, but it's not exactly normal, either, if the horse in the bathtub is any indication. It has all the typical disadvantages of a Rutenberg game (mild pixel hunts, puzzles that literally can't be solved without trial and error), but the atmosphere redeems it very well, and the puzzles DO make sense if you look at them just right. Overall, it's definitely worth taking a night or three off to play.