Weekday Escape - Retro Edition N°6
Magical Esklavos takes you to the blue foggy forest where wild calla flowers grow and shining gemstones can be found in the grass. With Petithima you get into some forgotten and abandoned garden - well, forgotten by mankind, nature is doing fine here, everything is green and birds are chirping merrily. Finally, Gatamari gives you a chance to get one step closer to the Holy Grail!
Have a good time and enjoy!
Familiar Esklavos' tune invites you deeper and deeper to the forest until you find a magical portal, closed and guarded by two skulls on poles. Skulls are apparently missing something. Yes, lower jaws, but that isn't your concern. They look so sad with their empty sockets...can you activate them somehow and get out through the portal? While exploring the forest you find enough items, puzzles and clues for smooth escape!
The cursor is changing, no save button, one ending.
In Petithima's relaxing game you find yourself in neglected garden, a high wall all around and no door. Do not despair! You don't have to drink suspicious water dripping from the huge pipe or eat mushrooms to survive. There are some interesting things lying around, forgotten or just thrown away, and they can be used for escape! No need to hurry, music is soothing, the sky is blue and the place feels surprisingly pleasant.Take your time.
The cursor is changing, save button, one ending.
This is the fourth trial on your journey to the Holy Grail - the fourth room by Gatamari where you can get another precious item essential for the quest - a decoder. If you solve all the puzzles. At the beginning is skippable intro which sumes up your actual progress and items acquired in previous installments - a cutter, a pointer and two screwdrivers - notice that they are in your inventory already. Now you need a decoder for translating instructions on signboard next to exit door as you are lost without it. Is it rabbit head and Saturn, what you see? An accordion?? No. This won't get you anywhere. You'd rather start with puzzles!
The cursor is not changing, save button.
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