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Weekday EscapeAutumn is coming, days start getting shorter - good, more time for playing!The Weekday Escape is here!

This week are all three games animals themed; the creators' approach to animals is different though. The room by tomoLaSiDo overflows with tame chipmunks which can be easily catched so the only problem stays to find them. Kamonosoukutsu's animals are very civilised, wearing human dress, knowing how to use a chair and even having human wishes. Dassyutu's animal is predatory and ferocious, maybe hungry too, and very dangerous. Will you escape?

Have a good time and enjoy!


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Owned ByArceusWhat do you see when you look in the mirror?, Articallosaurus begins by asking us in an innocent-enough seeming question. You are presented with three options in the form of shapes, showing you a square, a triangle, and a circle. And as if to forebode something ominous, an eye appears on the screen, blood-red and boring into your skull in a somewhat less than friendly way.


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Cube Escape Paradox - Chapter 1This time, everything starts coming together. The latest Rusty Lake project, Cube Escape: Paradox has arguably the most unique player experience in the series. Accompanied by a short live feature (which I personally recommend watching after finishing Chapter 1 - it contains some spoilers), Paradox blends amazing production value and multimedia elements with the gameplay that Rusty Lake fans know and love. The game is divided into two installments, with Chapter 1 free to play (donations encouraged), and Chapter 2 available for a minute fee.

Weekday EscapeWelcome! New Weekday Escape is here, relaxing and entertaining!


You start locked in tomoLaSiDo's room, where are hidden six blue-and-white capsules (necessary for escape) and five little fans (side quest); however, you have to deal with the fans in the main game link too. Then Kamonosoukutsu - no, not a new developer - just one more alias of Kamotokamotokamo - takes you to a small café and makes you hungry with all the delicious desserts they offer here. MysteriousBox wants you to escape strange place looking quite like spaceship interior - but after you get out of here, you aren't in the space but in Shiesuta's living room. And you stay here for a while, as puzzles are many.


Have a good time and enjoy!


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Monkey GO Happy RoundupArceusThe monkeys are back, and need your help once more! Feed the ducks, gather shuriken, and explore a (maybe?) haunted ship.


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RoboBlasterPoofyMade for the GBJAM 6 by Daniel Moreno, RoboBlaster is a very bit tribute to the GameBoy version of MegaMan. The little RoboBlaster acts, handles and shoot exactly like MegaMan which, in my opnion, makes it very familiar and very cute. The game acts like a very solid MegaMan clone, and I honestly think that when the dev puts more time in this project (this game was made in 4 days) he would have a solid full game upon his hands.


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BLACKBart Bonte's is back with BLACK!

Bart Bonte has completed Belgian flag finally - after YELLOW and RED, fabulous BLACK has arrived! At the moment, the game is available only for Android or iOS devices - PC version will be later (last time it took several weeks).


Your goal is to turn the gamescreen pitch-black in each of fifty unique levels, so you need to solve fifty different puzzles to get congratulations for completing the game. The game covers broad range of puzzles as both predecessors, and you need all what's inside you, wits, intuition, logic, memory and quick fingers (luckily, not super quick). And patience and selfcontrol, new phones don't grow on trees, you know. Clean touch screen of your device helps too.


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Toodee & TopdeePoofyToodee liked to walk left and right, he also liked to jump. It was a good day. Topdee also liked to walk around. But instead of jumping, he liked to push crates and boxes around. Toodee and Topdee were quite different, but they both ended up walking into a portal. That's how the story of Toodee and Topdee begins. Made for the Ludum Dare 41, Toodee and Topdee takes platforming to a new level. You control Toodee in a platform/sideways mode, while Topdee is controlled from a birdseye perspective.


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Monkey GO Happy RoundupArceusHave you missed the monkey roundups? Well, if so you'll be happy to see another round of them coming right up!

Weekday Escape RetroThis week is retro time again - the Retro Weekday Escape is here!


Let's try a bit of sympathetic magic. If we rejoice in beautiful games by favourite devs, maybe we get a new ones...who knows? So, we start off by Vitamin Hana's game. It's one of their first, but as good as any of later creations and fun. Hottategoya then takes you to a set of courtyards obviously built for escape purposes only (the builders spared no expense). Lutaru's room seems like an exhibition of some kind, of sport equipment perhaps, and after you escape it, atmosphere turns darker and heavier in Usawanhouse room...hopefully you get out of here in one piece!


Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeHi! Hope you've a nice week so far! Now is even better, with a new Weekday Escape!


Joyful room by Amajeto is perfect kids room - everything what should be here is here, fluffy plush animals, toys, books...and also several coded drawers, so before you can play with the train or explore the upper bunk bed, some puzzles must be solved and codes cracked. Then you get to the room by MysteriousBox and don't forget to look out from windows before you escape, the surroundings worth it! Quite cosy Flash512's dungeon totally lacks skulls, chains or manacles...still, there is something typical for dungeons...let surprise yourself.


Have a good time and enjoy!


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Knotty StoryA game about an adorable kitten, coupled with an amazing music score, creative story, and an absolutely beautiful art style?? I'd say HECK YES! Cat games are few and far between in a dog loving world, and GOOD cat games are even harder to find. So if you're a cat lover like me, or even if you're not, don't pass up on Knotty Story!

Weekday EscapeThis week on Weekday Escape! Four new games and more!


Minoto, master of lovely short games explains some not generally known details from skunks' lives. In short TomoLaSiDo's game you meet another cute animal, similar to a skunk, and No1game shows you interesting backstage of telecommunications company. Truly relaxing game by Flash512 wants you to escape a room with a lot of locked drawers and cabinets.


Have a good time and enjoy!


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Soul PieceArceusIn the beginning, there was an epic battle between two ancient souls, one embodied as Chaos, and the other as Peace. After a prolonged struggle, Chaos won, and its executioner Darkness shattered Peace into many pieces. And yet, the war was not yet over, for a single shard of Peace managed to escape. In a stunningly beautiful two-and-a-half dimensional one-man indie platformer/puzzle game created by Yasser Reda.


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DIET
This time, you are the puzzle! Eyezmaze is back at it again with some original gameplay in DIET. Although still set in classic point and click format, this latest browser game takes a break from the Grow series. Players are transported to a world in which one is unimaginably gargantuan and desperately in need of a weight loss regime. Russian nesting doll meets sliding block puzzle as you navigate a building where codes serve little purpose, and the key to unlocking doors is yourself.

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