Mobile Monday N°327
Welcome to Mobile Monday!
Two big developers are back with an awesome games! Kotorinosu (Mani Morishita) in collaboration with Kana Yamamoto aka SBK man released a lovely game with cute kitties, clean graphics and many great puzzles and Petithima (Chiyoko Umemura), who completely changed their concept, delivered another lovely game. Tasuku Yahiro returns with another chapter in their series Color ROOM and it's very good, too - the devs are apparently getting better with every new game!
All games are free and available in Google Play and in Apple Store.
All games are medium-sized on a longer side.
Notice, that Mobile Monday is not posted regularly due to low availability of free good games.
The latest Kotorinosu's (Mani Morishita) and Kana Yamamoto's escape is about collaboration between two kitties, who got trapped in two neighbouring rooms and need to get out, each on their own. Without a close cooperation is the escape impossible so find a way how to exchange items as soon as possible - and enjoy one of the best escapes in this year so far!
No language barrier. The game is in English. Hint system (after watching a looong app) is a dialogue between kitties.
P.S. previous game by Kana Yamamoto you find in MM N°311.
Petithima (Chiyoko Umemura) returns after three years with an excellent 3D escape. After a slightly confusing intro, you find yourself in a rather simple room and doesn't seem much promising - also, it may take a while to get used to the game's controls - but the content is really good. Petithima leads you from puzzle to puzzle and you don't get overwhelmed, and the difficulty is reasonable - if stuck, the game has a hint system.
No language barrier. The game is in English.
The latest escape from Tasuku Yahiro's series Color ROOM has a different concept from the previous games and it's a good change. The game consists of five stages - five floors in one "building" - and that makes playing much more comfortable. Also the hint system is well done, it gives you a helpful hint in any moment in the game by showing you the direction. Sometimes you think that you're stuck and try again and again to solve one puzzle, and don't realise that you've overlooked another one.
Two language options (Japanese and English), default setting in Japanese, for English switch the language at the starting screen.