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Monkey GO Happy - WitchcraftPencilKids is out with another stage of the beloved Monkey GO Happy games, and you won't believe witch predicament the monkeys have gotten themselves into this time! Our orange, pint-sized hero must gather cards for a witchcraft ritual. Along the way, you'll need to crack several codes and help a few characters to find them all. And as usual, there are ten mini-monkeys scattered throughout the game that you will need to keep your eyes peeled for.

The controls are simple - use your mouse to click objects and interact with the scenery - but some of the puzzles are far from it and quite tricky, which is all part of the series' charm. Click on the yellow arrows to move from room to room, and access your backpack in the top-right corner to use objects you have collected to unlock others and advance the story. Help the monkey find all 24 cards and see if the witch has a spell that will successfully make the monkey GO happy!

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Weekday Escape RetroIt's Retro Weekday Escape time and four atmospheric and magic games are waiting for you!

We start in enchanting and tidy room by 10 Color Dots, full of lavender smell. After we leave it, Kiterescu takes us first to the laboratory apparently researching teddy bears and also a cactus, and then to Japanese style room. Our journey continues with Gatamari in another room full of strange devices, one of them shooting ninja stars, threatening innocent escapists!

Have a good time and enjoy!

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The Basement EscapeHuzzah! Tesshi-e is back with another excellent game!

First, don't panic after you notice the intro screen you've seen before. Yes, it's from The Escape Hotel 3: Remake released last summer. Tesshi-e just revisited his favourite hotel, lost his way and ended up locked in hotel basement. No wooden or brick rooms this time, but grey concrete floor and walls, shining metal pipes and cables, strip lights and some lockers. Typical technical floor. Boring. But wait, jazzy music from hotel lobby reaches your ears here in basement too and if you take a closer look at the lockers, they seem quite interesting on second sight...yes, puzzles and codes, hints and clues, it is Tesshi-e's game as we know it!

Quality puzzles and three Mr. Birdies are waiting for you. And Happy Coin too, at the end. Just switch the language button from Japanese to English and go! Cursor isn't changing, the game can be saved.

Have a good time with another great escape game!

Google PlayThe Basement Escape (Android, Android Tablet)

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Weekday EscapeHi! The new Weekday Escape is here bringing three fantastic games!

Lutaru gives us a box for playing, with a small button here and a tiny hole there and waits until we figure out what to do with it. After they release us, we find ourselves in Shiesuta's cosy room with greenish walls and variety of challenging puzzles. And after we escape again, with or without help, the last Riddle Escape´s game is waiting for us! Without cicadas, promised.

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Weekday EscapeMaybe you are on holiday, maybe you are planning it and maybe you don't have any. Anyway, Weekday Escape is here as a short break for everybody! Well, not so short, in fact.

The first game is from Detarame Factory and consists of six small games which are not exactly small. What do I mean. Each of them could be easily introduced separately (and as far as I know at least two of them were) as "short cute game"...so really a lot of content today on Weekday Escape! From Amajeto we get what we expect, solid escape game with good puzzles and pleasant graphics. Finally comes Riddle Escape´s room, or I should say escape garden, with full moon magic atmosphere.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeForget your troubles, it's time to play, new Weekday Escape's here to brighten your day!

Today we start with cute (and a bit strange) Twinkle' s game. After we escape from warm summer rain with a little help from a frog and a snail, Vitamin Hana takes us fishing. One fish is enough and catching it doesn't take long. So much for brain warm-up, our minds are ready and prepared for more puzzles in Riddle Escape´s room.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday Escape RetroHow about a short excursion back in time? Are you ready? Good, four games from past are waiting for you this Wednesday on JIG!

With Hottategoya, we are escaping from a functionalist architect's dream, concrete tower with complicated system of staircases and corridors. Kiteretsu takes us into simply furnished cute rooms (two!), and with Gatamari we continue the journey we've already started three weeks ago.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeAnother week is over, another seven days behind us, we all are smarter and wiser and a new Weekday Escape is waiting. What a nice Wednesday!

Genuinely positive Denofthekamo lets us out of Ramen Shop only after we get a drink for big rooster (yes, poultry everywhere, again). Neat Escape lets us in to play after we solve some sophisticated puzzles. And Miyabure takes us to another awesome magic place!

Have a good time and enjoy!

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Monkey GO Happy -Cabin EscapeWhat has two arms, two legs, and a face that's both adorably cute and heartbreakingly sad at the same time? Why, the monkey character in PencilKids' Monkey GO Happy series of course! This time, you find your orange friend trapped within some sort of log cabin. As usual, there are other people around, but they are more obstacles rather than friends. The characters that you will need to placate include a grumpy old man missing something for his nap, a woman demanding a large stash of candy, and a man very anxious about some missing parts from his hunting trophy.

PencilKids incorporates the usual atmosphere making another hybrid between point-and-click and collecting items. If at first it seems easy, do not fret - some of the later puzzles are quite a bit more involved, so there is something to satisfy the puzzle solver in everyone! To play you will need only your mouse to point and click, and of course a good sense of visual acumen. As an extra bonus, you can seek out the ten mini-monkeys scattered throughout the stage to make sure none are left behind. So what are you waiting for? Dive into the adventure and make the money GO happy!

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Weekday EscapeWednesday, Wednesday, gotta get down on Wednesday! Down to escaping, that is. No time to waste!

This week, Funkyland have flown us to the Big Apple and put us up in a very fancy hotel - from which, of course, there is NO ESCAPE. The friendly folks at Riddle Escape have locked us in a room that takes rustic cabin décor to a whole new level, and Vitamin Hana needs a little bit of help with their takeaway order.

Weekday Escape RetroHi! This week we are going retro in Weekday Escape. Three excellent games from three excellent developers are waiting for you!

What do you know about bears private lives? Did you know they like fish? Probably yes, but did you know they also like motor boats? Not many people do, but Robamimi certainly does and she kindly shares her knowledge in Bear´s life with us, less informed mortals.
Talking about private lives, what about flowers, specifically tulips? Do you know, which tulips get along well together, and which are unhappy if coupled? Sanpoman knows it and tells you much more in Tulip room.

In Gate Escape 1 from Gatamari you don´t need a key to escape, but a cutter and some magical ability to get one.

In all three games is some Japanese text(s), but you don´t need to understand to get through.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeIt's the middle of the week. We've climbed the hill and it's all downhill from here. Before we hit the slope to Friday, let's do some escaping!

This is a week of things going wrong. A supposedly safe fire exit turns out to be not so safe, and a skydiving trip turns sour when the plane door can't be opened. And then you can't microwave your meal. Oh, the humanity!!

Weekday EscapeHi! Welcome to the new Weekday Escape, the firm spot in the middle of a week!

This Weekday Escape at first takes you to the art museum with no1game, not to admire modern art, but to find ten little green men there. After the museum you can play for a while with Amajeto, and finally, with Miyabure>, you visit a truly magic place!

Have a good time and enjoy!

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The PESIMARI Escape 2It´s a good day for all escapers today, we´ve got a new charming game from Tesshi-e!

With Tesshi-e, we visit a small café in the suburbs and suddenly find out that we are locked inside. It is time to escape! Pleasant vivid jazzy music sounds around, lights are on, everything is cleaned and prepared for visitors, but nobody´s around. Before we can open the door, we are supposed to make a cup of coffee....and find or arrange everything for coffee preparation. From finding a cup, through lightening a fireplace to grinding roasted coffee beans.

Weekday EscapeAssemble, escapers! Stand in line. You are all here because you are the cream of the crop. The escap-iest of escapers. You are the best. So don't let me down!

This week, Vitamin Hana has locked us up with some little piggies, whose only crime was cuteness. Primera has a tasty 'deconstructed' burger on the menu. And Amajeto thinks that you need some alone time - so much so that they are going to force it upon you by locking you away at Hotel Solitude.

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