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Weekday EscapeHi! The new Weekday Escape is here to brighten up Wednesday (in case the Sun is a little weak)!


You start in tomoLaSiDo's room where is cheerful piano music encouraging you to find six key parts and many electronic components. Bathroom door in Neat Escape's apartment is locked, but you are lucky - just look around - yes, there is fantastic view at a lake but that's not what I mean - look again - yes! There are hints and also a place where to input some numbers. You will get out after all, relaxed and refreshed, and prepared for long journey out of 4399's cellar jail cell (new Chinese developer after a long time)!


Have a good time and enjoy!


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HeraclosPoofyImagine strolling down a road, minding your own business. You just went grocery shopping and are holding a few bottles of your favorite drink. And suddenly, out of nowhere, you trip and fall flat to your face. When you take a quick look, you'll find out it's actually an amphora that made you trip, and to make things worse a giant hand descends down from the clouds. That particular hand suddenly orders you to climb Mount Olympus to deliver that amphora to the owner of the hand. Why the hand isn't picking the amphora up right there, has me stumped. Does this sound weird? Giant hands descending from the sky, tripping over amphoras that aren't in use anymore. Well, you're not wrong, but this is the story of young Heraclos and in ancient Greece, things like this happened all the time.


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10 Gnomes in ParisIn the ninth and newest addition to the 10 Gnomes series you are placed on the streets of Paris. Using black and white photography Mateusz Skutnik has once again created a detailed point and click scavenger hunt to find ten hidden gnomes. Since the gnomes are shy, they can be hard to find.

Weekday EscapeHi! The new Weekday Escape has arrived ! The first game by TomoLaSiDo isn't escape; it's just an attempt to open a can - and the journey matters more than the destination - no ambrosia inside, the can says water. After a long pause returned Minoto with lovely nonsense game. Then you get to a strange house with GetLostGames where physical laws work in a different ways than we are used to. Yonashi created beautiful escape with their favorite theme - the sea.
Have a good time and enjoy!


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Tea RoomA new game by Tomatea! Yes, Tomatea, not Amajeto - what a surprise! Another likeable comeback this week, and totally unexpected - after more than two years from the last Tomatea's game (Vintage Card) and many, many games from its successor Amajeto is the old team back with such a pleasant and quality game!


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99 RosesA fanfare please! I'm so happy to welcome back Robamimi, who returns in fertile collaboration with Rinnogogo!

Weekday EscapeThis week on Weekday Escape! Adventure, excitement and mystery! Rinnogogo's beautiful game could be an animated short film - art and atmosphere are amazing. Not many escape games involve emotions...well the latest one by Neat Escape also does, but of a different kind - prison breaks are emocional (and adrenaline) activity after all. Selfdefiant's asylum is mysterious and a (very) little scary, as always.

Have a good time and enjoy!


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GROW ComebackWhat does it take to be a hero - a plate of armor, a fabled sword, titan strength? Or perhaps a brave heart, adoring fans, and luscious, flowing hair? In GROW Comeback, you must develop all six traits to their maximum potential to vanquish the beast and gain adoration from your whole village.


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The TrolleyArceusIf you live in a city in certain industrial parts of the United States, you might be familiar with the concept of a trolley, built to take workers up and down a steep hill from their residence to their workplace generations ago. The Trolley is a 3D, storytelling experience that takes up the tale of the disassembly of such a vehicle in an unnamed midwestern town. In it, you play as an employee charged with the psychologically challenging task of tearing it down. There is no demand for such an artefact any longer, so it's only logical for them to want to remove it and make way for something else. Right?

Weekday Escape RetroAhoy, yo-ho-ho, and a bottle of rum! Piratey Retro Weekday Escape is here!


Pirates from Esklavos' Pirate Coast sailed away and their ships can't be seen anymore, but you are supposed to escape the seashore in different way, through magic door, and your task is to open it. Selfdefiant takes you to a pirate ship, but you aren't so lucky as you might have thought; the captain behaves strangely so you decide to leave as quick as possible...and eventually you land at Creepy Island and it's creepy indeed!

With UsawanHouse and Suzunari you join two girls in their hunt for old pirate's treasure.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeWelcome back after a week, welcome to another summer Weekday Escape!

This week we have two games by Amajeto, solid and reliable developer with great talent for constructing puzzles, and both meet the expectations, again. Dassyutu's room is full of seemingly empty pieces of furniture, coins and polite warnings, that without finding a clue you can't even try to solve a puzzle - no guessing or even brute forcing here. Promising newcomer, Rinnogogo, created cute escape game with a story - you are a hero helping others with dangerous obstacles in their lives, armed with your wits only!

Have a good time and enjoy!


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SongbirdSymphonyPoofyWait, what is that? Something or someone is responding to my singing! Let's see if he can sing along. Yes! YES! And something is happening, I can see cracks appearing and through those cracks I see light! Sing more! MORE! Until we break ourselves free!


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Monkey GO Happy RoundupArceusTime flies when you're playing monkey puzzles! Meet a ninja, the full moon, track down some olives (not for a pizza, I'm afraid), and mind those etchings in the cliffs this time.


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Faraday's FlawArceus It has been a while since we've covered one of CarmelGame's point-and-click games and their unique aesthetic. In this latest adventure of theirs, you play as a character Gus, whose day starts off as any other with your boss at the pizza shop screaming at you to be more efficient with your deliveries. Mysteriously, one of your orders is to be taken to your Uncle's lab, despite Gus being keenly aware of his Uncle's distaste for the food. Nonetheless, after some effort to search for the entrance, he brings it over. One thing begets the next, and before you know it, Gus is at the center of hatching a plot to win a city-wide contest! But if you think Gus only wants to enter this contest for the prize money, your heart will be warmed as you discover his real motivation to try and claim top prize, and why he'll do anything to attain it.


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Beep Boop BuPoofyHello there little fellow, I have a note for you. Could you please deliver this envelope for me? Yes? Thank you, my gratitude is huge. Now, carry on! Off you go!

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