If it's strange and mildly unsettling, then Detarou is probably the culprit, and we mean that in the fondest way possible. In the escape game Dokotonaku, you're trapped behind a giant wall, but at least you're outside! Surrounded by men doing questionable exercises with marshmallow peeps... a guy who won't stop picking his nose... a whole bunch of hip thrusting... and... hmmm. Well, uh. To each their own, I guess. Just click around to interact, finding items and clues to help you solve puzzles and escape. Don't forget to examine some items in your inventory. Since there are ways to fail, remember to save!
Though it features the typical Detarou blend of clever contextual clues and sneaky yet (... mostly... ) logical puzzles, Dokotonaku might be the most, ehhh, relentlessly suggestive Detarou title to date, almost startlingly so. Some of you will be fine with that, and that's cool. Others may not be, and that's cool too. It's just something you should know, since there's a lack of subtlety this time around that potentially ups the creep factor for some people. The puzzles and gameplay themselves will require a lot of exploration and experimentation usual, with clues that need interpretation and even to be reapplied to other puzzles. If strange doesn't scare you, you'll find Dokotonaku a surreal cerebral workout to get your freak on with.
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