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Weekday EscapeMake some tea or coffee, find a pen and piece of paper, the new Weekday Escape is out!

We start with Neat Escape in a hotel, where you find yourself locked without a key and without a breakfast. After you escape, tomoLaSiDo locks you in another room, where is TV which surprisingly doesn't need remote controller (it's probably mind controlled) and more or less hidden fifteen strawberry cakes. Lovely Denofthekamo's game is overall pink, relaxing and full of cute animals and toys.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday Escape RetroThe new Weekday Escape is here and it's retro and overall green!


This week we are going green - all games are by no1Game (except the bonuses) and they are fun!

Standard no1game's games are whimsical and a bit weird, often with some pixel hunt and sneakily hidden areas, but their goal is always the same - to find ten green escape-men. Games vary though, sometimes is the style different and sometimes they seem like created in collaboratin with some other designer - like the first one in this selection. Other two are typical, a little on easy side, and their not-so-popular features reduced.

Bonus game for this WE is by mad0 - charming, beautiful, and very atmospheric.


Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeThe first spring full moon is behind us, so is Easter. Now back to normal, new Weekday Escape is here!

It's too early for strawberries (greenhouse-grown don't count), but both Maymay and Amajeto delivered games about them - maybe because they are red and fotogenic - and it sounds much better to tell 'find strawberries' than 'find cucumbers'!

With Neat Escape you get to a popular restaurant, but you are left on your own - how will you cope? Can you escape it, and if yes, with full or empty stomach? The last, and the only Easter game by Esklavos is a bit surreal and so cute!

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeWishing you sunny Wednesday, the new Weekday Escape is here!


Flatsan wants us to play a game with one scene only, and in addition, completely grey scene - that doesn't sound very promising, right? Don't let this description discourage you, it's a good game and fun! Escape Game Club's game isn't simple escape game - it is in fact - but technically it's a challenge! Blue-haired Mono-chan has prepared this room by herself and the rules are simple - if you aren't able to escape - you lose. If you escape successfully, Mono-chan would be very frustrated! Her revenge would be another and better escape game...good, I hope you get out of there! Funkyland is still absorbed in beauty business and so they lock you in a nail salon.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeHello everyone, Wednesday is here with regular dose of games!

Colorful and joyful game by Maymay is warm-up only - Masa, on the other hand, tests your escaping skills, observation and deduction thoroughly, and if you were ever wondering how do tent manufacturers test water resistance of their products, you'll learn now. The last entry in this Weekday Escape is by no1game and Wanpa; and brings very well-done game (more adventure than escape) with few rooms to explore...that's good concept, if you get stuck in one room, you can go elsewhere and not brood over one puzzle and overthink it.

Have a good time and enjoy!


Weekday Escape RetroMake time for a trip to the past, Retro Weekday Escape is here!

Do you feel flat or tired? Cheer up, this Weekday Escape is full of magic! Enchanted forest, magic gemstones and a dryad in Esklavos' game! Astrology and zodiac signs in HintSan's game, with cameo of Sherlock Holmes! Magically changing maze in Denofthekamo's game! Well, the changes depend on your actions - but they are magical!

Have a good time and enjoy!


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Faraway: Puzzle Escape PoofyFaraway: Puzzle Escape is a mobile point and click escape game that can also be played in your browser. The game opens up to a title screen where a gate can be seen, or it might even be a portal since there's something glowing. Immediately you see two buttons where you can download the game for The Google Play Store and/or the App Store.

The game itself has stunning visuals and a very relaxing ambient soundtrack. The puzzles itself are pretty logical and in each level you have to find a tablet that will fit on the top of the next gate so you can activate it. But there's more to be found, besides the portal tile you also have to find 3 notes. You don't need these to finish the level, but they will explain the plot to you since they look like notes a previous traveller has left behind.

Weekday EscapeWednesday is here with three escape games for your fun!

The first in this Weekday Escape is Tototo Room's room, nearly the same as last time (and last last time) - snowmen playing outside are the same too, probably, but puzzles are brand new and fun. Ichima takes you to the mountains in their new game (which is a bit trickier than usual) and let you enjoy the rest of winter. With Selfdefiant you set off for adventure in abandoned asylum and rescue your lost friends from dark powers!

Have a good time and enjoy!


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E.X.I.T II - The BasementThe last game by Kotorinosu is here and it's fantasic!

Amazingly creative Kotorinosu has always been among the greatest designers (do you remember Mirror Escape, Device or innovative Pixel Room?).There was very long and silent pause after which they returned with E.X.I.T. (WE N°155); and this game is really pleasant surprise! Full size, well-designed and elegant puzzles, and perfectly logic.


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Weekday EscapeAnother week is over and a brand new Weekday Escape is here!

At first there is some work to be done, Maymay traditionally wants you to repair something. After fixing what you can, Masa closes you into a small laboratory - research worker is gone, the door locked and you have to find out the right code to open it. Finally, one of numerous Neat Escape's friends invited you to their villa, but before you get the dinner you are looking forward to, there are some obstacles to overcome! Unexpected obstacles, not broken doorbell or a dog running free...

Have a good time and enjoy!

Weekday EscapeWinter is still strong, no signs of spring yet - never mind, stay at home and play! The new Weekday Escape is out!


The first game is by Escape Game Club, a very promising newbie - their game is number 0002 - that's the spirit! Hopefully, we'll get more from them soon, with that enthusiasm! Factory.112 returns with a beautiful game, maybe a little shorter than you would expect, but otherwise it's perfect. Riddle Escape gives you a chance to experience a little adventure - explore and escape very unusual underground place.


Have a good time and enjoy!


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Weekday EscapeHow are you? Good? Good! There's something to make you feel even better: the new Weekday Escape!

In Amajeto's game are hearts everywhere, according to its title; and to tell the truth, the place is overdecorated a bit...simple tomoLasiDo's room with amazing window may be a relief for some of us. It's seeming relief only. Little do brave escapists know, that another battle in the war between good and evil takes place in this cosy apartment! After you win it - and you will - you have to escape from Neat Escape's friend's house and short game by Minoto at the end brings a piece of nonsense poetry into your life.

Have a good time and enjoy!


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Submachine UniverseSuspended from time and space as we know it, will you be able to make sense of it all? Welcome to Submachine Universe, an innovative Mateusz Skutnik endeavor joining a new gaming experience with the well-known, well-loved series. Set in iconic Submachine style, players are led on a scavenger hunt-esque adventure spanning various dimensions - some old, some new, and some with a twist.

At the time of its initial launch in 2010, Submachine Universe's distinction was being one of the only massively singleplayer online (MSO) games available. And despite its conversion in late 2017 to "free HD downloadable," Skutnik successfully maintained the aura of vastness and exploration that comes with MSOs.


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I Want Out!A little boy has somehow gotten himself trapped in an underground room, with no clear way of escape readily apparent. The room - a large one, if you want to call it that - looks like a discombobulated entanglement of a subway station, the Sistine chapel, gothic architecture, and of course, scattered rubbish taunting laying in wake of several would-be escape route. Despite your attempts to question the boy as to his surrealistic surroundings, how he might have gotten there, or whether he has any ideas on how he can exit, the boy seems to know but one thing for certain - he wants out!


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Rusty Lake ParadiseIan[Note: This game contains mild gore as well as themes of death and violence that some players might find upsetting.]

Rusty Lake has become one of the gaming community's favorite vacation destinations and the developers are responding to this with a string of projects that seem to only increase in scope. With yet another game already in the works and a short film planned for future release, Rusty Lake shows no signs of slowing down. Rusty Lake Paradise (available for PC, Mac, Android, and iOS) is the latest addition to the already extensive series, and is the third premium game to be released along with Rusty Lake Hotel and Rusty Lake Roots.

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