O Quarto (Portugese for 'the room') is a great looking point-and-click game made by Andres Calil of Me Pixa. Once again you are trapped in a room and must search the area for items to help you escape. Navigate using the arrows at the bottom of the screen and click to examine objects. Look everywhere for items — underneath, behind and inside of everything. When you start collecting a few objects you can begin to combine them and piece together some puzzles. The item interface can be a bit clunky, but it's workable. Click an object in your inventory followed by the "eye" icon to take a closer look. If you want to use an item in conjunction with the one you're viewing, click that item, then click the screen.
Analysis: The visual presentation of O Quarto was what originally drew me to the game. It has a very quiet, interactive painting feel to it. The visual cues and sound it plays when you discover an item is strangely rewarding. O Quarto also has a good sense of humor, though be warned that there are a few instances of words not quite safe for children.
As far as the puzzles go, O Quarto doesn't go to the extreme and hide things in completely undiscoverable places. Yes, you do have to do a bit of clicking, but for the most part you'll be able to find items fairly easily. Not too difficult but challenging enough to make it just right. When I first discovered the game I brought the link into our IRC chatroom for help. Thanks to the heroic efforts of Valarauka and Harukio, we managed to complete the game without any loss of sanity and/or limbs.
Great visual style, good puzzles and the possibility of a sequel, O Quarto is a worthy room escape game to spend your time on.
Looking for a walkthrough? Cheers to Wolfgang for posting the... O Quarto walkthrough.