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Weekday EscapeWelcome back after the week! New games are here!

This week we've got attractive Amajeto's room and moreover one late Easter greetings from the same authors. Quite long Nicolet's room, dominated by cold and closed fireplace, is very well done (again) and no need to mention that it's fun as always. Flash512 locks you in a room with still wrapped christmas gifts and a Christmas tree, and while being stuck and searching for a hotspot you've overlooked you may appreciate truly relaxing soundtrack.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeWednesday is here! Welcome to the latest Weekday Escape!


It's becoming a tradition - again we are starting in Amajeto's living room, being locked of course, and surrounded by relaxing blues and purples. Abruptly, you find yourself wandering around Selfdefiant's magical forest with only wish - get away from here as soon as possible, the night approaches and shining eyes are closer and closer...but don't despair, there are ways if you try! Then tomoLaSiDo traps you and doesn't let you go unless you find six key parts, and at the end comes Gotmail (SpiceApp now) with the remake of their old game.


Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeWelcome to the new Weekday Escape!

No surprises this week. You came here to play some good escape games, and that's exactly what you get - another stylish Amajeto's living room, new great game by Nicolet (not cube this time), and standard tomoLaSiDo's room decorated with red and white stripes wallpaper. And after you escape it, you should reserve some time for the last Selfdefiant's asylum. It's vast.

Have a good time and enjoy!


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Roulette KnightCreated by the Four Quarters team for the 41st Ludum Dare"'s theme of combining two incompatible genres, Roulette Knight combines an RPG with Russian Roulette. As a knight playing Russian roulette, you need to find a way to survive every round of a challenging game that relies significantly on chance.


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CircloO 2If you've ever felt like you don't have quite enough circles in your life, Florian van Strien's CircloO 2 might just be the game for you. This minimalist two-button platformer combines ball physics and puzzling elements. Roll your ball left and right with the arrow keys to collect circles. Each time you collect a circle, the arena grows a little and you'll find a new circle to collect. Collect all the circles and you get to progress to the next level where a fresh challenge (and a fresh game mechanic) awaits you.

Weekday Escape RetroHello! This week we are going retro again, it's Retro Weekday Escape time!


The first game by Karabina-7 takes you on a journey around strange poetic world with the best postal services ever. Then you stay locked in typical tomoLaSiDo's room for a while, and then you set out for exciting adventure with Nifty - to the ancient temple consecrated to old forgotten gods. One more ancient temple hiding mysteries awaits you at the end of this WE!


Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeThe new Weekday Escape is out! Don't miss! We've got something for everyone!


I'm not exaggerating - this week we have four excellent games in very different styles. Cute Nicolet's room with a lot of funny and clever puzzles. After a pause, Maroya returns with another chapter from the serie 'kittens settling in their new home'. After much longer pause (which took several years) a new Petithima's game arrived and it does take quite a lot of thinking and trying to escape! Rinnogogo's created anothed dreamy and overall lovely story. Very relaxing.

Have a good time and enjoy!


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Hoshi Saga MonochromaticHoshi Saga is back! After a multi-year hiatus on the series, Yoshi Ishii blesses us with Hoshi Saga - Monochromatic. Following in the game's typical mode of operation, this episode has but one request: find the star.

Despite its black and white nature, Monochromatic is not without contrast. This time, with color out of the picture, remaining game elements like texture, shapes, sound, and motion are magnified, producing exciting and renewed gameplay through another lens.

Weekday EscapeWelcome back! Since it's Wednesday today, the new Weekday Escape is out!


About elegant Amajeto's living room is safe to say that you get what you expect - and that's quite a lot. Dassyutu leaves you alone in a basement and no need to remark that the door is locked. It's a code what you're looking for, not a key. Neat Escape lets you feel holidayish for a while, and gives you a chance to decide how to leave their dreamy island - quickly, slowly, or otherwise?


Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeWelcome, it's time for a break - the Weekday Escape is here!

Again, we start with two Nicolet's tiny cubes, both lovely and overall enjoyable with their slick visuals and well-worked out puzzles. Dasyutu then introduces escape in classical style - basic graphics and focus on logic. After long pause we can help to three cats in their mission (or the other way around) - Chokochai is back, as adorable as always!


Have a good time and enjoy!


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The Happy Escape - The Top Floor RoomAnd one more Tesshi-e appeared! Enjoy!


From the lowest floor of Escape Hotel - well I'm not sure about it but hotel restaurants are usually downstairs - you got to the highest one, to a suite with fantastic view. Ten happy coins are hidden in the room, and you obtain the key only after you find them. The coins can be elswhere, you need to open all cabinets, drawers, cope with the wobbling picture, get the batteries for the TV controller and more.


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Bullet WaltzWith only one life how long can you survive a barrage of musically synchronized bullets?
As the name implies, Bullet Waltz is a game about bullets that move with music. The chiptune music by Radio Giraffe, works well with the classic arcade style of the game. Every time there's a beat a square "bullet" is shot from the center in a random direction, and the counter in the center of the screen will go up. The flow changes as the song does.

Weekday EscapeHi! Another week is over and the new Weekday Escape here!


Games from Nicolet are growing. Good, very good. Their sixth game is longer and more elaborated than the previous ones, with excellent playability! Then you spent some time in Amajeto's living room, from which you escape to Selfdefiant's tech room. The last comes very charming Rinnogogo's creation to warm your heart.

Have a good time and enjoy!


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https://jayisgames.com/review/room-24-heisei-escape.phpAfter several lean weeks the fat one has arrived - we get one more excellent escape game this week!


Ichima Coffeedo's games are always quality, but this one is really satisfying on many levels - music, graphics and puzzles are working together very well and make playing fluent and enjoyable.

Weekday EscapeWecome! Four fresh escape games are here for your fun!


First you get trapped (twice) in Nicolet's cute tiny cubes - one full of daruma dolls and the second with someone's hats collection. Then in relaxing Amajeto's room decorated in many shades of blue. And finally in a room with ten hidden escape-men, in sequel to No1game's last game. You learn what happened to poor Dennis after the unfortunate Valentine's Day.

Have a good time and enjoy!

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