Weekday Escape N°195
Joyful room by Amajeto is perfect kids room - everything what should be here is here, fluffy plush animals, toys, books...and also several coded drawers, so before you can play with the train or explore the upper bunk bed, some puzzles must be solved and codes cracked. Then you get to the room by MysteriousBox and don't forget to look out from windows before you escape, the surroundings worth it! Quite cosy Flash512's dungeon totally lacks skulls, chains or manacles...still, there is something typical for dungeons...let surprise yourself.
Have a good time and enjoy!
Amajeto's created new room for escaping, a playroom, and some items may feel a bit familiar, like the clock or the ball, the puzzles though are new and inventive variations of four colors/letters/digits/shapes theme codes. And as I've mentioned more than once, it may take a while to figure them out even to experienced players. Wobbly picture and jigsaw are not missing, of course.
The cursor is changing (its color), no save button, one ending.
The room you are locked in seems plain (apart from the floor) with very few pieces of furniture and only one item to be collected. After short exploration you can see that the view is breathtaking, the landscape's romantic and fantastical (MysteriousBox's art too), and the puzzles definitely not simple; they're fresh and clever. There isn't any language barrier even if it may seem so. I think that many players after finishing the game, me included, start looking forward to October Escape!
The cursor is not changing, no save button, one ending.
Few years ago, Flash512 imprisoned you in dump and dark dungeon (WE N°68), and this week you are locked in another dungeon of theirs. However, years passed by and dungeons are not what they used to be; they've been noticeably upgraded and turned into pleasant, light and clean places with luxury bathtubs and bidets - that's great, but it's still jail, and you want to escape it, right?
The game has polished and detailed graphics (what is important as there are few not obvious hotspots), atmospheric music (can be switched off) and good puzzles. There's one short animated part and if the animation gets interrupted (in Firefox), the game may freeze, so let the animation finish by itself. Playing in Chrome is fine.
The cursor is changing, no save button, one ending.
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