Tomatea is a developer that respects the time of year with their escape games. In mid-winter they released The Holidays are Over. Around Halloween time came Choco Challenge. So it should be no surprise that as winter turns to spring, Spring Morning graces our computer screens. Navigate by mouse, keep an eye out for the glowing cursor, and hopefully eventually leave the room and greet the beautiful spring weather outdoors. Unless you're allergic to pollen. But with all the flowers decorating the room, you've got an incentive to get out either way.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. That is a maxim that Tomatea practically lives by. Their characteristic style has undergone seemingly no changes, and that's for the best. As with any Tomatea game, there are photorealistic graphics, logical puzzles including many old standbys such as the wobbly picture, an "I have no clue how to solve this!" message that pops up until you "know" a puzzle's solution, clues that stare you right in the face but are easy to shrug off, a changing cursor that stops changing once you've had your fun with that location, decorations and miscellany that accentuate the central theme, and a rather familiar string soundtrack. There IS one puzzle that you can fiddle with right away before you have a clue how it works, which is unusual for a Tomatea game, but that doesn't come close to ruining the whole experience. There are few better ways to welcome the spring season than to play Spring Morning. Go ahead; the play button's right there. I won't get in your way.