Two years ago Rinnogogo released the escape MOMO (published in WE N°251, still playable) and now we've got the game's remake. It's different - the graphics are new, the soundtrack as well, some puzzles have changed, some stayed (almost) the same and some are completely new. Overall it feels more like a new game - depends how good your memory is, though.
The theme hasn't changed, again you start at a special place where certain wishes come true, but this time the place looks less like a crematorium lobby. It's friendlier and lighter, and offers more rooms to explore though the game is a bit shorter. Your objective is to find a door which leads to the island where happily live forever those who passed away, and among them Momo, your kitty.
The graphics are remarkably better - well it's been two years of hard work between the games - and the puzzles easier. Not because you may have the experience with the original, but the clues are clearer and more intuitive. This makes gameplay more fluent.
The game has the hint system - the original didn't have any - and very good playability. The only thing that might seem better in the previous version is the orientation of the gamescreen. The horizontal orientation is much more comfortable when playing in browser! But that's just a detail - the game is lovely.