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RainsweptArceusPineview is a pleasant, serene town tucked away in the country, safely hidden away from the both the hustle and bustle and the sometimes traumatic events of city life. At least, that's the way it was until a few days ago, when the peaceful tranquility was shattered by a double shooting. A now not-so-happily ever after couple lay brutally murdered in their home, bullet wounds readily apparent on both their bodies. You've been called in to help investigate the scene and get to the bottom of it, but oddly enough, the police and detectives already there seemed convinced that everything is all wrapped up. Even as you have your doubts and begin to look at things - the scene of the crime, the witnesses, the evidence - more carefully, it seems the local police are adamant on the opposite approach, insisting that what happened is clear and merits no further checking. Do they have a point in that things are sometimes as plain as they seem, or are they a little too concerned with their holiday weekend over a couple of people's lives?

Weekday Escape RetroMake time for a trip to the past, Retro Weekday Escape is here!

Do you feel flat or tired? Cheer up, this Weekday Escape is full of magic! Enchanted forest, magic gemstones and a dryad in Esklavos' game! Astrology and zodiac signs in HintSan's game, with cameo of Sherlock Holmes! Magically changing maze in Denofthekamo's game! Well, the changes depend on your actions - but they are magical!

Have a good time and enjoy!

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Quit the game to winPoofyQuit the game to win is not an easy game to win, sure the premise is to Quit the game, but let me tell you that it's harder than it looks. You're being challenged by the program itself, and as it says in the beginning pressing 'ESC' and 'ALT F4' aren't working. You'll have to find another way to Quit the game to win. At least the program is thinking along with you and helps you find the 'X-Button' that disappears right in front of your eyes.

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Monkey GO Happy RoundupWe've now reached double digits of monkey madness! And you know what that means - this batch takes us through four more to make a total of forty! Without further ado, here are the latest additions:

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Faraway: Puzzle Escape PoofyFaraway: Puzzle Escape is a mobile point and click escape game that can also be played in your browser. The game opens up to a title screen where a gate can be seen, or it might even be a portal since there's something glowing. Immediately you see two buttons where you can download the game for The Google Play Store and/or the App Store.

The game itself has stunning visuals and a very relaxing ambient soundtrack. The puzzles itself are pretty logical and in each level you have to find a tablet that will fit on the top of the next gate so you can activate it. But there's more to be found, besides the portal tile you also have to find 3 notes. You don't need these to finish the level, but they will explain the plot to you since they look like notes a previous traveller has left behind.

Weekday EscapeWednesday is here with three escape games for your fun!

The first in this Weekday Escape is Tototo Room's room, nearly the same as last time (and last last time) - snowmen playing outside are the same too, probably, but puzzles are brand new and fun. Ichima takes you to the mountains in their new game (which is a bit trickier than usual) and let you enjoy the rest of winter. With Selfdefiant you set off for adventure in abandoned asylum and rescue your lost friends from dark powers!

Have a good time and enjoy!

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FanbotsArceusA cast of robots, apparently discarded by their human masters, have arrived on the faraway, abandoned planet of Koruuna at an abandoned production studio. But these aren't just any old heaps of programmed metal. The robots seem to have garnered a sense of sentience, and yearn for entertainment, something special to fill their circuits in the absence of orders from humans. After all, it's not hurting anyone if they have a little fun when there's nothing else to do, is it? Just like humans need hours at night to recharge their batteries with sleep, so do robots require a little extracurricular activity to ease their circuitry once in a while. And in fact, as the infamous author Isaac Asimov ascribed, by the Third Law of Robotics, "A robot must protect its own existence so long as such existence does not conflict with the First or Second laws." The drudgery of one's own existence is indeed a threat, after all!

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Developer Spotlight: <br/> Interview With Thomas BrushIanThomas Brush (Atmos Games) is a rare breed of indie developer. A veritable powerhouse capable of not only designing beautiful and engaging games, but also programming them, scoring them, and animating them. Brush's most recent game, Pinstripe, was met with critical acclaim from players and reviewers alike, and his brand new project Once Upon a Coma knocked its Kickstarter campaign out of the park, reaching the initial $28,000 goal within the first 24 hours. You may be familiar with his work already as he's certainly no stranger to this site. If not, I would highly recommend checking out his free to play games, Coma (a prequel to his current project) and Skinny, to say nothing of Pinstripe which is also so very worth your time and money.

Not since Undertale's Toby Fox have I found myself so utterly impressed with a singular designer and I am very pleased to be able to share this interview with you that Thomas so graciously took the time to take part in.

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Hi everybody, long time no see. While looking through the web, I have found a little game that I'm sure you'd like.

Spab is a game made for Ludum Dare 37, with the theme of one room. You probably know a couple of games from that competition (like levelone), but this entry was uploaded just a few weeks ago.

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E.X.I.T II - The BasementThe last game by Kotorinosu is here and it's fantasic!

Amazingly creative Kotorinosu has always been among the greatest designers (do you remember Mirror Escape, Device or innovative Pixel Room?).There was very long and silent pause after which they returned with E.X.I.T. (WE N°155); and this game is really pleasant surprise! Full size, well-designed and elegant puzzles, and perfectly logic.

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Weekday EscapeAnother week is over and a brand new Weekday Escape is here!

At first there is some work to be done, Maymay traditionally wants you to repair something. After fixing what you can, Masa closes you into a small laboratory - research worker is gone, the door locked and you have to find out the right code to open it. Finally, one of numerous Neat Escape's friends invited you to their villa, but before you get the dinner you are looking forward to, there are some obstacles to overcome! Unexpected obstacles, not broken doorbell or a dog running free...

Have a good time and enjoy!

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Once Upon a Coma: Chapter 1 Sometimes, a small shift in perspective can breathe dramatically new life into a story. Enter Once Upon a Coma: Chapter 1, a partial reboot of the previously rave-reviewed Coma. This short teaser once again follows Pete, the young boy who woke up from a coma only moments ago, as he attempts to piece together what happened in his life and to his family.

Weekday EscapeWinter is still strong, no signs of spring yet - never mind, stay at home and play! The new Weekday Escape is out!

The first game is by Escape Game Club, a very promising newbie - their game is number 0002 - that's the spirit! Hopefully, we'll get more from them soon, with that enthusiasm! Factory.112 returns with a beautiful game, maybe a little shorter than you would expect, but otherwise it's perfect. Riddle Escape gives you a chance to experience a little adventure - explore and escape very unusual underground place.

Have a good time and enjoy!

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Broken RealityArceusWelcome to the future. The supercorporation NATEM has formed and taken over the internet. Don't let the image of an old-fashioned, boxy and bulky computer on the tin fool you - NATEM has taken the idea of the internet to an entire new dimension, literally. Gone is the two-dimensional interface known as a computer screen, a notion that's so yesteryear. Now, you'll interact with the web in a three-dimensional environment, where web sites appear as physical spaces, ads appear in various places in-game, and you'll even encounter obstacles like malware. Oh, and did I forget to mention, the vernacular has devolved into that of an internet chatroom as well? Move over n00b, you're not even basic level yet!

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Monkey GO Happy RoundupFour more monkey puzzles await you in the ninth installment of our roundup! Check them out below.

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