Mobile Monday N°319
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GBFinger Studio's (Chendgu GBFun Technology Inc.) game is shorter than their other games and it's fine - in longer games their linear style may turn tedious for some players. Notice, that it isn't their latest one - check the app.Then comes atmospheric LIB's (Kazunori Shojima) exciting jailbreak, and the last is Kobabo's (Kobayashi Shumpei) standard escape from a house.
All games are free and available in Google Play and in Apple Store.
The first game is rather short, the second long but divided into chapters, and the third one is quite short.
Woof Woof Woof
This GBFinger Studio's (Chendgu GBFun Technology Inc.) escape is on a shorter side and no wonder, the story behind the game is quite simple. You just need to walk your dog, and unfortunately, the leash is hidden somewhere in your apartment. Shows up that it's hidden very well. You need to solve many puzzles and even accept a help from your dog, but do not expect any difficulties.
Escape Game Jailbreak Prison
LIB's (Kazunori Shojima) escape is a real thing - you aren't trying to get out from a room or an office where you stayed locked up by accident. You are imprisoned in a higly guarded jail and the attempt to jailbreak needs a lot of careful planning. The game consists of twenty short chapters, and in each one you make one step closer to the freedom. I found this arrangement quite comfortable for players, and a hint system helps improves playability, too.
Escape Game: House in the Quiet Forest
Kobabo's (Kobayashi Shumpei) interiors tend to be stylish and polished with a bit awkward controls - sometimes it takes a while to get to a scene you need to. Otherwise a solid escape game, not long, with few puzzles to solve.