Weekday Escape - Retro Edition N°27
All games featured this week contain some Japanese, but don't let yourself distracted by that, you don't need to understand. They are all easily playable without any Japanese knowledge. Puxupo locked you in a short lane - good new is that the key is hidden somewhere around, on the same side of the door with you, just find it. Yona Yona wants you to open several boxes before they let you go and in Jan's Room's game you are supposed to open several doors. Suzunari takes you to their cinema and you can look forward to a great evening.
Have a good time and enjoy!
By mistake you turned your steps to the blind alley and before you could turn back the door shut close behind you. You are locked in again, by Puxupo this time, and your dog stayed outside. The alley is narrow, short and not smelling good, probably, but seems that there is a way how to escape it - carefully explore the the place (garbage cans too, I'm sorry) and try to use things you find in creative way.
The cursor is changing, no save button, one ending.
Yona Yona's game is very classical and simple. Basically you need to open seven boxes from the cabinet to escape. Also find few items and use them at the right places - notice, that the six cards with Japanese text can be easily ignored. Owner of the room is (obviously) very fond of matryoshka dolls and doesn't keep them nested - but there is a reason for that - they are special. Will you discover their secret?
The cursor isn't changing, no save button, two endings.
Jan's Room's room seems quite small for a regular escape - well it doesn't just 'seem', it is - but there is more. The game consists of a set of rooms which follow one after the other one without return option - luckily, dead end isn't possible. If you forget to pick up some item the game doesn't let you leave the particular room. Can you escape?
The cursor isn't changing, no save button, one ending.
Welcome in Suzunari's cinema! You've bought popcorn or something already, right? Good. Sit down then in one of those blue velvet seats - anywhere, the cinema is empty tonight - and wait until the curtains fully open. Today they show really special film, an interactive one - yes there were few attempts earlier but they turned up to be too costly - and so this is an exclusive chance for you. Shh. Lights are turning down. The film begins. Enjoy!
The cursor isn't changing, save button, one ending.
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