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Weekday EscapeHi, escaping time is here, it's Wednesday!


Amajeto's has locked you in their living room, without a balcony but with many tasteful decorations. The second game in this WE is short point'n'click adventure by KiwiRosa and shadowycycledew, in which you need to collect ten coins for ferry fare, and after you gather them and get across the river, you have to find your way out from Selfdefiant's secret laboratory. The last game by Nicolet is excellent again. Lovely, clever and funny. And good looking.


Have a good time and enjoy!


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 The Secret of TetrapylaeA tetrapylon -- plural, tetrapyla -- is a type of ancient Roman monument, cubic in shape with gates on each of its four sides. Not much is known about tetrapyla; historians simply assume them to be landmarks at significant crossroads or as ornamental architecture. These mysterious structures are found not just in Greece and Rome but also in Libya, Syria, Turkey, Spain, and throughout the world. As such, perhaps there's more to these ancient configurations than meets the eye. Perhaps there's just some particular importance that us modern folk simply can't understand. In The Secret of Tetrapylae, budding indie game developer Ludivorus debuts a high-quality point-and-click adventure centered around this Greek architecture.

Weekday EscapeWelcome! It's Escape Wednesday again!


You start locked in Amajeto's living room, and continue in another one of theirs, both colorful and fresh, with nice puzzles. Nickelodeon's game isn't about escaping; you're supposed to find seven magic scarabs, each carefully hidden in one of seven rooms, and deliver them to a specific place. With Maroya you return to their kittens' new home, where kitties got themselves trapped and need someone to help them out. According to ground plan, there are more rooms to be explored on this floor...I can see a staircase too...hoping that there are many floors in the house!


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Weekday EscapeHello, it's Wednesday, it's playing time!


In their lovely point'n'click game, Lilou Cormic and Hamsterspit take you to a gloomy and greyish place to help unfortunate zebra. From the other world you return to the completely different one - to a sweet and cute Nicolet's house where merry snowmen live, and then you need to save one wedding in No1game's game. Neat Escape locks you in a trading room and promises tasty dinner. If you escape, of course.


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BLUEBart Bonte continues in his successful series, his latest mobile game is BLUE!


Bart Bonte, after YELLOW, RED and BLACK haven't forgotten about his fans and has created BLUE. Now we can play it on mobile devices only - Android or iOS - PC version will be available later. We'll let you know.


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Room 25 In a Room on a Rainy DayWe've got new game by Ichima Coffeedo, clever, very good looking and so pleasant!


Some players may experience déjà vu feeling and they are right. This game is a remake of two years old escape Room 15 In a White Room with small changes; and though the room is almost identical, some puzzles differ so both versions worth playing. Also, such a high quality game we don't get every day!

Weekday EscapeHi, welcome to the new Weekday Escape!


Amajeto locks you in a hotel room, and wants you to find eight tiles here. You surely find them, escape the hotel, have a short amnesia, and wake up in sinister Javelin Ltd.'s room not knowing what's going on and wishing to be somewhere else. Anywhere. That's not a problem (after you solve few puzzles), but you end up in another dark place, fortunately not so filthy, where are hidden ten golden coins - yes it's Dassyutu's game. The last escape is from luxurious Neat Escape's camper. Nice.


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Weekday Escape RetroA short trip to the past is here, it's Retro Weekday Escape time!

You start in Tototo Room's room with simple task - find eleven blobs and turn them into orange smiley faces. In Esklavos' poetic world you need to find four eyeballs instead, which don't turn into anything, they are your pass to the freedom, and after you leave it, Suzunari locks you in very classical escape room, obviously traditional Japanese one. Usawanhouse's room is a classic too, though well known fairy tale it plays with has an unexpected twist.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeThe midweek pause for playing is here, the new WE arrived!


You start in Amajeto's bar; and if you decide to leave instead of chilling here, tomoLaSiDo offers you alternative night activity - hunting (mutant) fireflies. After you leave, doesn't matter whether you've collected them or not, Dassyutu wants you to escape their miscellaneous room, where are hidden ten golden coins. And Nicolet, in their lovely game, takes you to a strange factory where everything is operated by codes - and you need to solve many good intuitive puzzles to discover them!


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Weekday EscapeLet's play! The new Weekday Escape has arrived!


The main themes of this week's featured games are two, boxes and islands. Both Amajeto and Dasyutu have added containers to their living rooms, and seems that they've started new series. Nicolet's escape takes place on beautiful island without any inhabitans (human) and with many carefully constructed puzzles. With Yonashi, you find yourself in the dark alley at night, and only door which leads out of here is locked. And the island? Well you wouldn't believe it, but you can get from here to an island too!

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeHi, the half of the week is behind us and relaxing Weekday Escape here!


In the first and the second game, Amajeto wants you to escape from two colorful rooms. After you get out from the later, the blue one, another blue room is ahead, tomoLaSiDo's, and this time are retro office supplies hidden there. Flash512 wants you to escape stylish traditional room and did their best to make the game as enjoyable as possible for us, players.


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Weekday Escape RetroAfter a pause, it's right time for Retro Weekday Escape!

You start in almost empty Yomino Kagura's room, but may happen that you stay here a bit longer than expected - puzzles are clever and thinking outside usual patterns isn't easy sometimes. Then you may test your lock picking skills in Barking Games game, and enjoy clean and neat graphics reminding of early Submachines. Bad Viking takes you for exciting adventure from the world of top secrets and sunglasses worn all day (and all night if equipped for night vision). Very good Esc-Forest's game is pure classic.


Have a good time and enjoy!


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Tatami Room EscapeWe've got a new game by Tesshi-e, huzzah!


You find yourself in traditional Japanese restaurant which offers extra service - while you wait for your food, you may try to escape the room with the hearth. They lock you inside, turn on soothing music and leave you on your own.


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https://jayisgames.com/review/10-gnomes-in-oristano.phpOh where, oh where have my little gnomes gone? Apparently, off to Sardinia! This time, Mateusz Skutnik transports us to the quaint Italian city of Oristano. Following in the typical mode of operation from previous adventures, 10 Gnomes yet again requires some point-and-click scavenging for our titular creatures.

Weekday EscapeHi, Escape Wednesday is here with four new games!


You start in Detarame Factory's bathroom, and there is much to be done indeed. Luckily, virtual cleaning is much easier than the real one, so you can leave the room (very tidy now) quite soon - to find yourself in cute Nicolet's room full of clever and intuitive puzzles. The next stop in this week's serial of escapes is standard tomoLaSiDo's room with nice round window. The last comes No1game with their 200th game - really impressive number!


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