No Name Room
When you think about it for a bit, being stuck within a perfectly white room with almost no ornamentation and no visible exits does not sound like fun. It sounds like, "OK, which psychological-horror movie director did I manage to tick off this time?" Even the title, No Name Room, sounds a little bit eerie. But once you walk straight into the giant patch of crayon scribbles on the wall, it becomes clear that this room is a lot friendlier,and wackier, than it initially seems! Quite thankfully, practice is often different from theory, and Yonashi manages to turn this seemingly-nightmarish scenario into an escape game that's as charming as they come. There are charming puzzles and bright colors all around in this little nameless space, if you only stop to look for them!
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The minimalist nature of this game works surprisingly well in its favor, as it makes every colorful spot all the more noticeable and vibrant. It does hurt your navigation slightly, as there are (almost) no arrows to point to where you can go. You're left to intuit that clicking on the sides of the screen spins you around, and you back out of close-ups by clicking near the bottom. But it's worth it every time a new, neon-colored puzzle pops up against the white. Longtime escapers might find the white-room-full-of-colorful-puzzles aesthetic reminiscent of Crazy Doors of Rainbow Colors, and it's a pretty apt comparison, right down to the playful way both games utilize art supplies in their puzzling. No Name Room weaves color into nearly everything it does, giving it an unrelentingly cheerful atmosphere. So if you need a little yellow (or blue, or pink, or orange) because you're feeling gray, step on in! We promise it's nowhere near as scary as the name makes it sound. Really.