Hermit Crab Room
It may be in Japanese, but you don't need to grok the lingo to play Sanpoman's Hermit Crab Room, where you're locked in a room with a creatively crustacean flair, and if you want to escape, you'll need to crack a code or several to open the door. The cursor will change when it passes over something you can click on to interact with, and the transparent bars that pop up when you mouse over some edges of the screen can be used to move around the room or back away from certain things. Click on an item in your inventory to highlight it, then on the question mark icon to view it up close... some objects need to be activated by clicking around with them in this way before you can use them! Hermit Crab Room is decidedly bite-sized in a good way, and while it falls back on some classic escape game tropes (I may faint if I ever find a remote with batteries in it in one of these games), it's also satisfyingly clever and logical apart from a few sneaky hot spots. Whether you're passionate about cuddly little crabs too, or you just want a solid and cute escape to make your day a little brighter, Sanpoman has you covered with Hermit Crab Room.