6 Doors Escape
When I first looked at this game it reminded me, briefly of Mateusz Skutnik's Where Is 20-- series. Visually there is some similarity but it fades very quickly once the game begins. 6 Doors lacks the subtly of the other series but remains a worthwhile challenge.
The first scene progresses quickly but don't be fooled, this is no walk in the park. The number of items and clues to find as well as the puzzles they match up to increases as the game goes along. While most of the clues are more or less straightforward, a few aren't. Unfortunately there is a bit of pixel hunting and a bit of intuitive rather than logical action called for but it isn't enough to spoil an otherwise entertaining game (at least in my opinion.)
There's no option to save the game but you can pause it. The music actually isn't bad but I wish more developers put in some sort of volume adjustment. Once again thank heaven for mute.
The transitions are smooth and the scenery is peaceful. Ignore the timer at the bottom and enjoy this one.