Mobile Monday N°331

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Welcome to Mobile Monday!

We start with Nicolet's game and again you end up in a small house and can't leave until you help its inhabitants. Then you get with Jammsworks (Jammsworks Inc.) to Phuket in Thailand and will spend a lot of time there, it's a long game. From Katsushi Takeuchi (NAZO CUBE) we've got a solid escape from an apartment, and the last is a short game by Kana Yamamoto (SBK Man).

All games are free and available in Google Play and in Apple Store.

The first game is medium-sized, the second long, and the third and the fourth are short.

Notice, that Mobile Monday is not posted regularly due to low availability of free good games.

Car Key

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Nicolet is back with a lovely game where you need to get a car key. It's hidden in a little house full of happy rodents preparing a small party with a musical performance and they need your help to get everything ready. When is finally starts you get your key.
No language barrier. No written text.

Google PlayEscape Room Collection (Android, Android Tablet)

Download on the AppstoreEscape Room Collection (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)

Escape Game Phuket in Thailand

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This time Jammsworks (Jammsworks Inc.) take you for a trip to Thailand to Phuket. It's a beautiful place with tropical beaches and a joy to explore it - on your way you need to solve many puzzles and find many items before you can leave.
No language barrier.

Google PlayEscape Game Phuket in Thailandt (Android, Android Tablet)

Download on the AppstoreEscape Game Phuket in Thailand (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)

Living Alone

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Katsushi Takeuchi's (NAZO CUBE) escape is a standard escape from an apartment with clean graphics and interesting puzzles. No pixel hunt, no unpleasant surprise, good playability.
No language barrier.

Google PlayLiving Alone (Android, Android Tablet)

Download on the AppstoreLiving Alone (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)

SBK escape

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Four years old escape by Kana Yamamoto (SBK Man) was published in WE N°169 (browser version). Now it's available for mobile devices, too, on both platforms. Rather short, but very original game with a good art.
No language barrier.

Google PlaySBK escape (Android, Android Tablet)

Download on the AppstoreSBK escape (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)

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