I don't know why you'd ever want to escape from Ichima's Room 8. With its lounge-friendly decor, lovely balcony, and frosty drinks, it's literally everything I've ever wanted in a getaway, but if you're not a laze-bag like me, well, you'll need to solve some puzzles to get out. There's no changing cursor, so you'll have to check everything to figure out what you can interact with on your own, though there's also not much pixel hunting to speak of either. Room 8 doesn't hide new views or items in places without some sort of visual indicator, so you don't need to worry about clicking madly only to find you missed the one fraction of screen you needed to see what you were missing, and the whole thing is tightly designed with logical and clever puzzles that will wake up your brain without making it blow smoke. It's not a particularly long game, but it is a charming, crafty one, and a perfectly pleasing escape from whatever ails you.