Notice, that this week will not be posted Weekday Puzzle. Instead, we have two perfect escapes - this one, and on Friday I'll post another one.
Clay games tend to be sweet and cute - they usually remind of of childhood and kindergardens. You may even recall the clay smell and smeared fingers...well, not this time. The Colorbomb's game isn't childish. Something sinister is hidden underneath...
The first signs you notice in the first room already - yes there is much more to explore than the room where you find yourself at the beginning - where everything is lovely and clever and beautiful and then comes the moment when you're supposed to do a small cruelty. You may ask with a slight uneasiness - do they reall want me to do this? They do, apparently. Only after that you can get further to the house's basement.
You don't know whose house you're trapped in, but one thing you know for certain is that the owner has a creative mind and weird personality and it's very probably better (and secure) to escape their place. The best you can do for it is to concentrate on puzzles and they are enjoyable indeed - as in their previous games, Colorbomb shows great imagination and originality in creating perfect puzzles which make you think about them but aren't impossible, and some puzzles you may not seen before and that means a lot.
The art is awesome. Handcrafted Colorbomb's clay world is just beautiful and an effort put into the game mindblowing. It has a professional quality. The only minus is the lenght - wish it was much longer!