Mobile Monday N°282
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The first comes physical puzzle game by itach lab (Usami Kenzo) about very responsible stone Corocco and much less responsible young man Norio. Then you get into the atmospheric and romantic Room's Room's (Daichi Simada) word as Japanese as possible. Factory.112 (Kouhei Toyoshima) revived their second awesome game, and the
bonus by RobinRooM is a solid escape with an interesting puzzle.
All games are free and available in Google Play and in Apple Store except the bonus (for Android devices only),
All games are medium-sized except the first one which has multiple levels.
In itach lab (Usami Kenzo)'s puzzle game you are a phlegmatic stone named Corocco whose purpose is to deliver Norio to the working place. Every day on his way to the company, Norio easily falls into meditative state and Corocco needs to stuff him into a small truck and push it to the right spot. Not an easy task but Corocco is an obedient stone and Noiro doesn't protest against a bit harsh treatment neither.
Escape Game Four Seasons
You find yourself in a hall where are hanging four pictures, three blank and the fourth with beautiful sakura tree in blossom. Each picture is a portal in fact, and at the beginning the one with sakura tree is the only active. Room's Room (Daichi Simada) wants you to open other three portals and enter each. The game contains (again) two puzzles with Japanese signs doable for non-japanese players. Only visual memory is required - or a notebook, of course.
EscapeGame unReal:origin #2
Two weeks ago was featured Factory.112's (Kouhei Toyoshima) excellent retro escape from 2013. Here is the sequel. Stylish and minimalistic room, almost empty, contains really interesting puzzles and much fun. The original review with a good walkthrough you find here. Notice, that the app in Apple Store is a package of two games, the previous and this week featured one.
Bonus game: Escape Game: RooM#3 by RobinRooM is available for Android users only. Good game with several small and one big puzzle based on letters and alphabet is easier than it seems.