If your escape game looks a little... weird... there's a good chance Detarou is the culprit, but hey... that's the way we like it. Entokoni R follows the usual formula as you find yourself trapped in a puzzle-laden apartment full of people who seem to have a tenuous grasp on reality and social graces at best. To play, you just click around, using the bars that appear at the edges of the screen to change views, and remember to double-click any items you find in your inventory to check them close-up since clues can be hidden in unexpected places. There are three endings to find, so make sure you use the save function if you don't want to start over should an unfortunate fate befall you.
Detarou games are always best when they focus on clue interpretation and combination over item puzzles, and Entokoni R is no different. It does feel like some of the puzzle solutions are slightly less intuitive than we've seen from Detarou before, and since some clues may be spread across multiple screens you may want to write them down or copy-paste the image in a paint program for easier reference to figure them out. The potential gross-out factor is also a little toned down here... where previous Detarou games had bordered on over-the-top when it comes to, ehhhh, suggestiveness, Entokoni R is mostly just a little creepy and a lot strange, though there is a frog that's arguably a little risque, and a panda ending that's just... unnerving. (Though an unexpected cameo should make you laugh!) You'll need to pay close attention to your surroundings to escape Entokoni R, but you're up to the task... right?
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