If you want cute and weird in your escape games, Yonashi is always a solid bet, and Fungi Escape fits the bill nicely as you find yourself standing in front of a cute little forest cottage surrounded by lots and lots of, well, fungi. And fungi-themed locks. And fungi-themed puzzles. In fact, there're so much fungi-themed things in this game that the word fungi has already lost meaning to me at this point and doesn't even look like a real word anymore. To play, just click to interact when the cursor changes, and use the transparent overlays that pop up to navigate to different areas. Click an item in your inventory to highlight it for use, or use the "about item" function to view it close up. Many areas will have multiple transitions for you to navigate to, so make sure you waggle yon cursor about everywhere just in case you missed something.
Fungi Escape has some mild issues with unintuitive navigation due to the way it ferrets some area transitions around, but the sense of surreal whimsy you've come to expect from a Yonashi game definitely comes out intact. Once you've found the places you're able to explore, you'll be able to hunt for clues... a lot of clues, actually, since Fungi Escape seems to enjoy tucking hints in everywhere, which you'll have to interpret in order to solve the puzzles in your way. Figuring out how to use the information you find scrawled on walls or in other (stranger) places actually makes up the bulk of the game, but if you want an escape game that's sweet, silly, and just the right amount of odd, Fungi Escape is an easy recommendation even if it'll have you going in circles.