Weekday Escape N°225
Hi, welcome to the new Weekday Escape!
Amajeto locks you in a hotel room, and wants you to find eight tiles here. You surely find them, escape the hotel, have a short amnesia, and wake up in sinister Javelin Ltd.'s room not knowing what's going on and wishing to be somewhere else. Anywhere. That's not a problem (after you solve few puzzles), but you end up in another dark place, fortunately not so filthy, where are hidden ten golden coins - yes it's Dassyutu's game. The last escape is from luxurious Neat Escape's camper. Nice.
Have a good time and enjoy!
You find yourself in a hotel room without any bed and without a key - and you are supposed to solve several puzzles and find missing tiles for the final one. Amajeto tries to trick you again, successfully, in my case - how about you, can you escape?
The cursor is not changing, no save button, one ending.
P.S. Here is one older red hotel (haven't found a blue one), Amajeto Hotel: Tea Time.
Atmospheric Javelin Ltd.'s game is very good in any aspect; smooth-running, realistic graphics, fitting music, quality puzzles, and even choice from three languages at the beginning. However, it's not long, and one may ask why authors have put so much effort in it. It's simple, it's demo only, for the full version see note below. But it's also perfect midddle-sized escape game with clear goal (discovering the code from exit door) and clear ending (leaving through the exit door). The only puzzling thing is the timer which you may lightheartedly ignore as you aren't punished for running out of time.
The cursor is not changing, autosave, one ending.
Dassyutu's delivered new game quite soon - it's only two weeks from the last one - and again, you are trapped in windowless room with coded door and ten coins scattered there. The white cat sharing your prison isn't a statue, just sits likewise in front of the cupboard and prevents you from proper exploring, and you know you need to look everywhere, check every dark corner, every shelf and every drawer. It's not just coins you are looking for, some items are well hidden too. So, can you get rid of the cat somehow? Can you escape?
The cursor is not changing, save button, one ending.
For players who don't read titles and then wonder, why is the Neat Escape's room so narrow - you're trapped in a camper or a recreational vehicle, luxurious one (the bathroom!), clean and polished. Puzzles are clever and many; don't forget to use the save button as you may use one key in two locks, and get two different endings. Both are good.
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