Weekday Escape - Retro Edition N°45


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Weekday Escape Retro

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Hi, this week we are going retro - enjoy!


Joyful Vitamin Hana's game is as good as usual - you can rely on the devs that they deliver a colorful piece of fun. Another escape by reliable devs follows - MayMay wants you to deal with candles this time. The next escape by daba is hard indeed, and the last comes solid and pleasant Neat Escape's creation.


Have a good time!


Musican's Room

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Vitamin Hana's games are so comforting - you know what is ahead and it feels good. The rooms where they are locking you again and again are well arranged withou any pixel hunt, and the puzzles you are supposed to solve are neither difficult nor silly. Just perfect small escapes.
The cursor is changing, no save button, one ending.


Candles

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To escape their three rooms, MayMay wants you to lighten and warm a little snail's day. There are many candles of various shapes around the rooms, some of them electric, and you need to find a way how to get them work or light them. When you do that, examine them thoroughly since the lit candles give you a clue to get further.
The cursor is changing, no save button, one ending.


4Doors 8

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Daba's games tend to be tough and this one is not an exeption. If not the toughest, it's in the top for sure. Careful exploration of all rooms is necessary because there are several areas really hard to find since nothing indicates them. And when you find a 'secret' area you should search further - there can be another one behind it...
The cursor isn't changing, no save button, one ending.


Escape from the BAR

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The empty and dark Neat Escape's bar is bigger than it seems - there is even a private room with an awesome view! But one after another. First you need to solve several puzzles to get the key from it - the game has only one ending so no need to save before using it - and when you explore the room it's not the end yet. Nice and solid escape.
The cursor isn't changing, save option + autosave, one ending.


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Neat Bar

Does anyone remember using the

saw

?

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Cyberjar88 August 4, 2021 8:54 PM replied to 4red3s

That was used to cut out the

star

from the top of the box.

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4doors 8

I needed HELP for this one.

Where is the clue for the green number buttons? I checked a video walk through and have no idea where the six numbers came from.

I finally figured out the

box with the door position clues and got a red thing that I inserted the battery into and now have a red button / ball.

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4doors8

I hate it when games make me feel stupid and frustrated and then suddenly eureka and I feel good again.

The shaky picture puzzle

I figured out how to turn the bowling pin into a magnifier for the other half of the pin. And I saw the order of the shapes in conjunction with the clue found behind the couch / plant.

It was hard to figure out that the triangles behind the plant have to be re positioned to get the right order from the shapes on the pin to correlate with the corners of the painting. I fortunately drew the clue and was able to get the corners to match the plant clue.

it was tricky but it worked.

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I felt like a thief when finishing Escape From The BAR:

I walked out of there with a blue key, a saw, a screwdriver (the mechanical variety), and an ice pick!



If you have trouble seeing the contents of certain glasses,

the levels in the six glasses in the private lounge correspond to 2–1–4–2–3–1. This is the solution to the puzzle sitting on the sink in the restroom. You'll see this clue after making the cocktail in the blender and pouring it into the glasses.

That was really hard to make out on my computer, and I had to jack up the monitor contrast to see it clearly.

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paulmashtv August 6, 2021 9:23 AM

anyone got walkthroughs in the works?

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kksl1der20 August 6, 2021 12:51 PM replied to 4red3s

4red3s 4doors8 - the clue for the green numbers

is on the underside of the leaf in the red room

you need to sit in the chair to get to it

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