Escape from the Concrete Maze 2
The walls are a drab cement grey, but at least the sky is blue and no sign of rain in the near future. That may be little recompense when you're discombobulated and all turned about, trying to Escape from the Concrete Maze 2, which must be why Hottategoya thoughtfully provided three nifty little puzzles for you to play with. It's not enough to find your way once through this maze—if you ever want to leave, you have some clues to sort out, safes to open and a door to unlock first.
Such a floor design puts an extra layer of challenge on what would otherwise be a simple escape game. To navigate, move to another room by clicking a doorway or turn 90° in either direction by clicking the sides of the screen. You can do a full 360 in four clicks although one wall often looks much like the next and making spatial sense of what you see is all part of the overarching puzzle, thus you might want to break out your amateur cartographer kit to see how it all fits. The cursor doesn't change but the few things to click on or pick up are easily found against the stark surroundings.
Beyond navigational complexities that put extra work into clue gathering, the codes you need to solve are actually quite straight-forward. Instead, going back-and-forth and getting turned around is what truly disguises the puzzle solutions, in a way somewhat similar to Tesshi-e's Escape from the Same Room 2. If that game gave you trouble, you'll be no greater fan of this one: it's more convoluted yet much less charming. If you long for that concrete feeling of accomplishment when you find your way out, though, then Escape from the Concrete Maze 2 is indeed amazing fun (it had to be said!)