Weekday Escape N°18
Wednesday is stupid. Why do we even have it? Sure it gave us a briefly-funny-then-quicky-obnoxious CGI camel, but by virtue of being smack in the middle of the week, it also somehow feels ten times longer than any other day, and there isn't even anything good on TV. Even the networks shun it, and they'll throw money at anything. So to make your Wednesday go a little faster, why not chip away at that mountain of "no weekend yet for you, sucker" with some free online escape games? With a little cheeky Minoto strangeness, some possibly (?!) very threatening Neat Escape, and some of no1game's little green men for good measure, your Wednesday just became bearable.
Escape from the Coffee Shop 4 - There are a lot of reasons you might want to get out of a coffee shop. Maybe the barista is giving you smug stinkeye for your double light mocha soy caramel frappulatte (it's my liiiiiiife!). Maybe the wifi signal is really bad and you need to stream the rest of Attack on Titan before someone else spoils more of it for you, Gavin. Maybe they serve "Seattle's Best Coffee". In this case, Neat Escape wants you to find your way out because, and I quote, "You are good to eat and I like." This is why zombies can't be small business owners, people.
Magic and Cat Escape - Hold on to your hats, folks, because when Minoto is in charge, you know Captain Logic is not steering our tugboat. There's a chain that dispenses raw meat. A wall of flames. Semi-phenomenal, nearly-cosmic powers. A flightless bird with glasses. Basically, everything you need to recreate those really bizarre dreams you had when you stayed up too late watching foreign cartoons with no subtitles when you were six. (Ovid? Moomin? Anyone?) Blink and you'll miss it, but ain't it cute as the dickens?
Find the Escape-Men 95: The Room With No Door - The premise sounds like the sort of thing you'd call Moffat's Sherlock around to solve, except we all know he'd just sneer so hard at it his upper lip would come off and go flying around the room giving you sass, so we're on our own in no1game's latest. There are ten little green dudes hidden around the room as usual, but in a departure from the norm, as the title implies there seems to be no door. There are, however, three different endings, which is a nice touch, so get to clickin', chicken.
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