Weekday Escape N°151
Lutaru gives us a box for playing, with a small button here and a tiny hole there and waits until we figure out what to do with it. After they release us, we find ourselves in Shiesuta's cosy room with greenish walls and variety of challenging puzzles. And after we escape again, with or without help, the last Riddle Escape´s game is waiting for us! Without cicadas, promised.
Have a good time and enjoy!
This game from Lutaru is not new, but it's very good with some elegant puzzles and shouldn't be missed (also, there is a gap between Tsure Game 6.3 and Tsure Game 7 where it belongs). So, you are locked in a white room in front of a white box and the box is what you should care about. If you want to escape, naturally. You can move around it, there are black arrows visible after you move your cursor by box's sides. Inspect each side carefully and don't forget to check items in your inventory, they can be combined! The cursor is not changing, but there is no pixel hunt. No save button, but the game isn't long. Note for players disappointed by lack of cute animals - one penguin is delivered at the end.
As the name suggests, in Shiesuta's game you find yourself in Japanese style room. Pleasantly surprising is old style of the game and also its puzzles, which are layered and solution requires combination of few clues (the way of using the hammer is surprising too...). Follow your changing cursor as some items or hotspots can be easily overlooked, remember, that items can interact in your inventory and don't worry if you find something and don't know what it is (description of items is in Japanese only). Later in the game you would understand. No save button, one ending.
Last week we played great game from Riddle Escape and this week they are back with another one! It's magic night again but the place is different. First you have to find your way out from small wooden shed, then cross red bridge and finally leave through the main gate, after you find the key. The game is quite dark but playable. Also fluent, with well ballanced difficulty and atmospheric. The cursor is not changing, no save button, one ending.
This game is available for Android too.
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