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Weekday EscapeHi! The week is over and the brand new Weekday Escape here!

Amajeto helps you to enjoy your stay at home and suggests some activities like looking for lost remote controller in coded drawers and finding ways how to open them. Masa wants you to cope with vending machine and discover secrets of a small lounge, and Pixel Kobo takes you to a nice Italian gallery and wants you to study the pictures they present very carefully. The master of emotional and magical games, Rinnogogo, made another beautiful one for us, touching story with clever puzzles, original art and fitting sweet and sad tune.


Have a good time and enjoy!


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The Trader of Stories - Chapter 2Bearing the fruit of thoughtful craftsmanship, Rudowski Brothers gifts us with The Trader of Stories - Chapter 2. After spending nearly a Blossoming in the human city of Bark, Little Willow's life seems fairly ordered. She works as a waitress and storyteller in Gofung's teashop, has acquaintances - if not friends - and generally makes do. But amnesia still bothers her, alongside an odd sense of not belonging. Until one day, a tall, dark, and mysterious guest arrives. Will she find the answers she seeks, or will trouble find her first?

For the newcomers to this series: while Chapter 2 is indeed enjoyable as a standalone game, it follows an intricate storyline that is most comprehensively appreciated when its predecessors are played first. This installment of the Big Old Tree that Dreams series follows Bell's Heart; A Grain of Truth; and Chapter One. A useful feature of Chapter Two is that it's mobile-friendly.


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Knight-errantThe battle was finally lost. You are the only knight who survived - you don't know why and feel deep sadness and maybe guilt. While brooding over misfortune you recall your king's last words: "You must go on! Rescue my daughter!" and you suddenly know what to do - follow the enemies, fight them, find the princess and set her free even if it's the last thing you do!

Weekday Escape RetroWelcome, this week it's retro time again!

Vitamin Hana wants you to escape from an unusual place - from an oceanarium. Then you get locked in Yomino Kagura's prettily decorated room, and then it's time for No1game 's short adventure (the second part you find in P.S.) and practical demonstration of green-men-power. The last Fuwayura's game promises a reward for players who escape - can you get it?


Have a good time and enjoy!


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GREENWith perfect timing, Bart Bonte delivers refreshing and hopeful GREEN!


Spring is coming and so is mild GREEN - Bart Bonte introduces new color puzzle game, after energetic YELLOW, passionate RED, stylish BLACK and magic BLUE. At the moment, the game is available for mobile devices only. It takes several weeks usually till PC version.

Weekday EscapeAnother escape Wednesday is here!


Very retro Ariyoshi's game is quite short but fun, with refreshing approach to the genre. TomoLaSiDo locked you in their room on the day with special calendar date and you need to gather several outlets to escape. Next stop on your adventurous journey with Pixel Kobo is in the country in the middle of green meadows and fields, and finally, lucky us, we get a new Nicolet, awesome, funny and witty.


Have a good time and enjoy

Weekday EscapeHi, it's escaping time!


With Amajeto's light and fresh room we move closer to spring and all the cute tiny birds support that feeling. TomoLaSiDo reached us a bit late for Valentine, but never mind it's fun - actually, it's not much difference whether you're collecting hearts or holly branches. Your journey with Pixel Kobo continues, and this time you get into another office which isn't boring at all - the entering it is rather exciting. Rinnogogo brings beautiful and emotional story, and quite a long one, too.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeTime for a break is here - the new Weekday Escape arrived!


This week we get typical escape games only - four rooms with firmly closed door. The first comes Amajeto who locked you in their nice living room and now wants you to collect ten pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. Then you get trapped in much less friendly room by Smart Code - you escape it too, of course - and end up in Pixel Kobo's office which turns out to be less boring than one would said. Spiceapp is the same as others; imprisons you, but also provides the chance to set yourself free.


Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeWelcome! The new Weekday Escape is out!


Circus Atos just wants you to fix few things in their lovely room, and offer you a reward for that - nice bottle of wine. Whether you deserve it or not is another question. Then you get to Shigeyuki Kagamura's cabin, escape it and materialize in Pixel Kobo's spaceship capsule. The last comes Nicolet. You won't be disappointed. Their latest game is cute, clever, colorful and even perhaps a bit longer than previous ones!


Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday Escape RetroHello, we are returning to the past this week, it's Retro Weekday Escape!


Primera escape makes a good start - it's not a long game and not difficult so your brain has chance to warm up. Following Esklavos is a sequel to the game you played few weeks ago (Magic Christmas Escape 3) and features the pesky plush toys which mysteriously came alive on Christmas Day and you thought you pacified them. Silly you. You can have a rest then in Suzunari's charming room with their intuitive puzzles. Selfdefiant's escape isn't an asylum infested with evil forces which we usualy get; it's a prison. There are similarities though - you need to find many colorful keys, orbs are flowing in the air too and...actually if the game was labeled asylum you wouldn't tell the difference.


Have a good time and enjoy!


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Forgotten Hill Disillusion: The LibraryWould you like to enter a world where the past, the present, nature, art and the unknown are exhibited? Visit Forgotten Hill Museum!

Forgotten Hill by FMstudios, a first-person point and click horror series centered on discovering the secrets of a disturbing town, debuts its fourth main installment. Forgotten Hill Disillusion: The Library is the first and free-to-play part of this chapter, succeeded by "Flora and Fauna," "Mysteries of the Abyss," and "Sculptural Art" (available for purchase on Steam).


Weekday EscapeWednesday is here, let's play!


With Selfdefiant you return to school. Nobody wants your homework - the school is empty - you just need to find your way out. With pleasure! Next comes lovely game by nettaigyo and asaha which wants you to find fifty hearts in their fairy tale land. Fun and soothing effect guaranteed. TomoLaSiDo then trapped you in their room, hid several holly branches there plus six parts of the key, as usual. From Rinnogogo we get emotional and colorful adventure with confused and pathetic bear.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeWelcome to the latest edition of Weekday Escape!


Neat Escape imprisoned you in a really strange house. It seems perfectly normal, new and polished, but some areas can turn into a trap (and they do) and you need to figure out how to escape it then. Luckily, nobody wants you to climb anywhere or dig your way out - the task is to solve puzzles and find items which help you to get special devices to work. The next trap is tomoLaSiDo's nice red living room and the last one Spiceapp's photogenic apartment.


Have a good time and enjoy!


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NabokiIf you're up for a simple but entertaining puzzle game, check out Naboki. Your objective is to free all the tiles by clicking the arrow on each one. Can't find it? Good thing it's in 3D; players can rotate the figure until they find a solution.

Weekday EscapeHello and welcome, regular Weekday Escape arrived!


Amajeto's rooms are so pleasant that you don't mind to stay there for a while - even a bathroom is here this time! - but with all the experience you have with their games it usually doesn't take long to escape. Then Maroya locks you too in a small room (without any cat) and wants you to find your way out. Escape challenge by tomoLaSiDo has nice round number and is special indeed - you aren't escaping one or two rooms, it's a house with two floors. No round windows, however. At the end you can spend a good time with Rinnogogo's and their beautiful and delicate winter story.


Have a good time and enjoy!

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