In the language of flowers, Gazania means "I am proud of you." Here, in this lovely escape-the-room game from the creatively stylish Robamimi, flowers and a feeling of pride go hand-in-hand if you can successfully decipher clues and use found objects to unlock the exit door. Gazania is played like most typical escape games—you're trapped in a room and must point and click your way along the four walls, picking up items to turn into useful tools and solving the puzzles you encounter in order to gather even more tools and valuable clues that will lead to the final door code.
It also contains a number of typical puzzles, which would be almost too ho hum if not for Robamimi's photo-realistic design, worthy of its own spread in House Beautiful. When ordinary puzzles are planted in a gorgeous environment like this, they're virtually elevated to yumminess. Still, there's one puzzle here you're likely to have never encountered before. It can be figured out with logic alone but the thoughtfully affable Robamimi includes, along with the usual hint button, a "?" option within the puzzle to help you work it out. Altogether, the challenges offered in Gazania are at the optimal middle ground: difficult enough that you can feel proud of your success while plenty of clues and other assistance ensure that that success is well within reach.
Thanks to Sam and Cyberjar88 for sending this one in!