Weekday Escape N°158
All three games are of the same style this week. Shiesuta has locked you up in nice room with garden view, Neat Escape invited you to a traditional inn and has you locked up there too and Riddle Escape, for a change, left you locked in a temple entrance hall. What a manners! At least they left the music on.
Have a good time and enjoy!
About Shiesuta's game can be said that it's Traditional Japanese Escape Room Game with all the qualities we know and love. Good looking visuals, good puzzles, good music. Don't forget to turn on the sound at the beginning (the button in the lower right corner) and don't worry about language barrier - description of found items is in Japanese only, but you can get through without translation. A little puzzled for a while, perhaps. By the way, that thing which seems like a blowpipe is not a blowpipe (just saving your time).
The cursor is changing, no save button, one ending.
Neat Escape takes you to a traditional Japanese inn and from the moment you enter the place pleasant music sounds around creating relaxing atmosphere. Maybe you would like to stay there and enjoy your room, but doors are locked and you can't take a bath anyway, so you'd rather start with escaping. Navigation is a bit confusing in this game, so if you get stuck try to explore the room(s) again from different angles. Also notice, that some keys you find can be used only once, but in two different locks, so a choice must be made. That's exactly the moment when you appreciate a save button.
The cursor is not changing, save button, three endings.
The game is available for Android too.
With Riddle Escape you have to escape from a temple devoted to unknown deity. The temple is large and feels cold and abandoned a bit; it's not a ruin though and dry fountain in the great hall is neither frozen nor broken, only switched off. Except for the fountain and some uneven columns (they occur in mysterious temples regularly probably, in Escape from the Blue Temple from WE - Retro Edition N°2 they've built them too) you find only few small stone tables and shelves, temple's marble halls are empty otherwise. Can you escape?
The cursor is not changing, autosave (not 100% reliable), one ending.
The game is available for Android too (the developer is Room's Room on Google Play, not Riddle Escape).
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