No Name Room 2
When it comes to colour, a dab'll do ya, but Yonashi has taken things a step further in No Name Room 2, an escape game much like the original that takes decor to minimalistic new heights. Everything is white, and the furnishing is especially bare, but if you click around, you may find that things are not so barren as they seem. The cursor changes when it passes over something you can interact with, and items in your inventory can either be "equipped" for use by clicking their icon, or examined up close by clicking the tiny magnifying glass. You'll want to check out things you're carrying up close to look for clues, because No Name Room 2 doesn't hold your hand, and you'll need to experiment and hunt around on your own. Not that the game is particularly difficult, despite some sneaky puzzles that may require you to rethink what you think is the solution, and a potential need to seriously strain your eyes when yellow is involved, and nor is it particularly long. It is, however, is fun, surprisingly clever and tricksy-false at times, and worth adding a little bit of colour to your day.