Weekday Escape N°219
Wednesday is here! Welcome to the latest Weekday Escape!
It's becoming a tradition - again we are starting in Amajeto's living room, being locked of course, and surrounded by relaxing blues and purples. Abruptly, you find yourself wandering around Selfdefiant's magical forest with only wish - get away from here as soon as possible, the night approaches and shining eyes are closer and closer...but don't despair, there are ways if you try! Then tomoLaSiDo traps you and doesn't let you go unless you find six key parts, and at the end comes Gotmail (SpiceApp now) with the remake of their old game.
Have a good time and enjoy!
On your way through the rainbow you arrived to Amajeto's indigo room, where are nice puzzles, good view and one door which can't be opened. They won't let you into the bathroom this time. Otherwise good game as always!
The cursor is not changing, no save button, one ending.
You wake up in Selfdefiant's magic forest and it's very strange indeed - cute mushrooms growing here are obviously unnatural and the pedestal must hide some secret! Other part of the forest lies behind a river, and to explore it, you need to figure out how to cross the stream. No way to wade through it, it's burning lava, so look around carefully and try to find some useful items! Will you escape?
The cursor is changing, autosave, one ending.
P.S. Well known specialist for magic atmosphere and forests specifically is Esklavos - you find his Magic Forest Escape 3 in WE-RE N°6 and Ancient Forest in WE N°44. Here are the predecessors, Magic Forest Escape and Magic Forest Escape 2.
It's colorful laces what you are looking for in tomoLaSiDo's most recent game. Nine laces, precisely, including the one you may use and which helps you to get those blue-and-white capsules with key parts. The room is quite plain, this time the creativity focuses on puzzles - yes, tricky again - and the choice of items for the sidequest, which is absolutely unpredictable.
The cursor is changing, no save button, one ending.
Gotmail, now SpiceApp, returned after a long pause and is very active recently - several games are out already so lets hope such an enthusiasm will persist! Their style has changed though - beautifully hand-drawn enviroments or 3D design are replaced by contemporary graphics, and quite reminds of highly polished Flash512's games, only without changing cursor. You need to explore the room very carefuly and click everywhere to find out which hotspots are active and which only seem so - can you escape?
The game is available for Android too.
P.S. This game is a remake - here's the original story: Lost Article (orig.) by Gotmail.
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