Weekday Escape N°226
In their lovely point'n'click game, Lilou Cormic and Hamsterspit take you to a gloomy and greyish place to help unfortunate zebra. From the other world you return to the completely different one - to a sweet and cute Nicolet's house where merry snowmen live, and then you need to save one wedding in No1game's game. Neat Escape locks you in a trading room and promises tasty dinner. If you escape, of course.
Have a good time and enjoy!
Black and white Halloweenish adventure by Lilou Cormic (programming), Hamsterspit (design and art), Joshua McLean (music) and Kenney (sounds) is spooky but not scary - skeletons and ghosts behave quite friendly, or at least aren't jeopardizing you. The target is to find poor zebra's stripes - it's helplessly lying on the ground, unable to move, probably paralyzed due to some unexplained accident which caused total loss of its camouflage. Some stripes are carelessly thrown out of zebra's reach, some are more or less hidden and you need to solve few puzzles to get them - will you?
The cursor is changing, no save button, one ending.
P.S. For similar experience try Aldo and Gus: The Skeleton Key. Awesome art, great music and nice story.
Despite pretty hot weather (or maybe because of it to cool down) Nicolet's latest game reminds of winter, and Neutral's Christmas games (a key inside an icicle or snowmen in a forest). Doesn't copy them at all, no doubt that Nicolet is absolutely original! It's just a delicate homage. There is much more, of course, well ballanced puzzles not too easy and too hard, cuteness and overall pleasant playability. Can you escape?
The cursor isn't changing, autosave, one ending.
No1game is back with an exciting story - the character you play is a groom, it's wedding day and his bride is missing. What happened to her is unknown, she just mysteriously disapperead...social catastrophe seems inevitable...unless someone saves the day and finds her! And as you are in EM's world, ten green guys must be involved for sure - the only question is how. Let's put the answer aside, and start the hunt! Can you find all of them and help the groom? And if you find the bride, is it for better or for worse?
The cursor isn't changing, no save button, one ending.
Neat Escape's room is a simple classic - you are trapped in a tidy and polished room, and the door is locked. Notice, that they are two endings, and one key fits two locks - save button comes handy. However, before you get this two purpose key you need to figure out several codes and open few cases, and cope with items found in the room. So, will you get your dinner?
The cursor isn't changing, save button plus autosave, two endings.
The game is available for Android too.
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