Weekday Escape N°152
With Lutaru you visit lonely rock island, maybe artificial, maybe in another world, with strange devices around. You can take a break in Yonashi's room then, pet some cats and play with them (but also feed them and care for them). The last game is comeback in a great style, Factory.112 returned after few years with excellent game!
Have a good time and enjoy!
After escaping from desert prison in Tsure Game 7 the journey continues. Lutaru lets you stranded in the middle of a bridge and only possible direction is straight forward to dandelion island. And you get stuck there. After short exploration is clear that there is something strange about the island - the white tower isn't a lighthouse and has coded door lock, the ordinary wooden shed too and why is the fountain here? This thing on bridge rail is what for? And, the most importantly, can you get out of there? The cursor is not changing, no save button, one ending.
To be continued, Lutaru says...yay!
In Yonashi 's game you are locked in the room with cats. Many cats. They are everywhere, all colours and shapes, all intensely watching you. Some meowing. What do they want? Are they trying to say you anything? Or are they just hungry? Well, they do want something, and you have to figure out what it is. Cats are moving around during the game, sometimes revealing a new item or clue. Whenever you feel lost, just look around and check cats' current positions. Final reward is...unexpected.
The cursor is changing, save button, one ending.
Game by Factory.112 is fantastic. Graphics, design, playability, puzzles...everything on top-level. At the beginning, you can chose from three degrees of difficulty, Normal, Hard and Extreme. Puzzles are the same in all three levels, higher difficulty means less clues. Normal is Teshi-e level, I would say, Hard stands for its name and Extreme too. The room seems like some special prison, they gave you a chair and a table, small generator and some petrol. And then immured you. Can you do it? Can you break free?
The cursor is changing, autosave, one ending.
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