Weekday Escape N°216
About elegant Amajeto's living room is safe to say that you get what you expect - and that's quite a lot. Dassyutu leaves you alone in a basement and no need to remark that the door is locked. It's a code what you're looking for, not a key. Neat Escape lets you feel holidayish for a while, and gives you a chance to decide how to leave their dreamy island - quickly, slowly, or otherwise?
Have a good time and enjoy!
Stylish Amajeto's rooms is very well done. All their games are good but this one is much pleasing so as a conservative player I'm getting reconciled with their new layout only after this one. There aren't any innovations, you get what you're used to - collecting tiles, jigsaw puzzle, left-right code etc. Will you escape?
The cursor is not changing, no save button, one ending.
You find yourself locked in Dassyutu's basement room. Surprisingly, it's quite nice, looks like a castle dungeon and it's well kept too - dry, no trace of cobwebs and/or slime. Good place for a club. As usual, ten golden coins are scattered around the room but that's side quest only, and collecting all of them doesn't make any difference in the game. You should click everywhere and on everything as some items aren't well visible and some aren't visible at all - can you find all the clues for all the codes and escape?
The cursor is not changing, save button, one ending.
After a marine accident, luckily not injured, you end up on a beautiful tropical island - white sands, blue skies, palm trees, a waterfall...you know. And few information signs which suggest that the island hasn't been deserted for long. Where has everybody gone? Well, this isn't your concern now, you need to focus on getting away and as Neat Escape's created really elaborated adventure, there are three possibilities, and completely different! Use the save button often.
The cursor is not changing, autosave plus save button, three endings.
The game is available for Android too.
P.S. Here is Sprout. It's not exactly escape from an island, but technically, there IS a desert island at the beginning (and I was looking for pretext to remind everybody about this awesome game).
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