This pretty little escape game, a first by Amajeto, has a charming design that channels a very TomaTea vibe, especially in the artwork and presentation. Each of the four walls has only a sparse amount of furnishings, all designed to be puzzling or informative all while being aesthetically appealing. Barely glimpsed outside the window is a lovely starry night, but before you can stroll through this Night Forest, you must piece together the clues and solve you way out the locked door.
A changing cursor will guide you toward active zones, where you can click to pick up items, study hints or interact with enigmatic devices. You can look closer at your inventory by clicking the lower right corner of an item's box or click the center of the item to ready it for use (or attempted use). As much as Amajeto looks and feels like TomaTea's alter ego, it is rather more tricky since it's a bit tighter with its clues. No messaging will tell you if you're ready to solve a puzzle or not, so you're left with your power of deduction and a bit of guessing. While the first puzzle is straight-forward and the last is easier since your clues have been narrowed down, you might find yourself muddling through the middle. Still, the logic holds up to scrutiny and most players will make make their way through this short escape before long, rewarded by a beautiful scene and a happy feeling of accomplishment to go along with it.