Soothing pastel palette? Mellow soundtrack? "I have no clue how to solve this"? Awww yeah, it's TomaTea time with the escape game Salvadoor, which is... uh... gosh that's pink. Surrounded by painted eggs, flower arrangements, and puzzles aplenty, in order to get out of the locked door, you'll have to hunt for clues to decipher the combinations to TomaTea's customary code locks. Just click around to navigate and interact, watching the tip of your cursor for a glow when you're passing it over something you can click on, and click the little "i" on an item's portrait in your inventory to view it up close. Doing so can allow you to manipulate them into different things when possible, or even combine them with other things you're carrying.
TomaTea knows how to make a clever code-based puzzle, and Salvadoor definitely shows that off as you encounter a slew of locked drawers and their corresponding input panels. In most cases when you're stuck, it's probably because you haven't examined your inventory as much as you could, since the uncluttered area design doesn't offer much room for things to hide. Some of the puzzles are more intuitive and fun than others, though if you enjoy feeling incredibly smug whenever you finally realize what the developer intends for you to do, Salvadoor is here to pat you on the head. Low on stress and high on elegance, Salvadoor's peaceful design and clue-based puzzles will remind you why TomaTea is loved by so many.