Weekday Escape N°258
Amajeto's locked you inside their living room from which you escape directly to the middle of Selfdefiant's enchanted forest. You may keep wandering around magic forests for a while if you want (links in P.S.), until you arrive to Fantasyland. The cure you need is hidden far in an old tower; however, the journey across Thomas Lean's word doesn't take long, sadly. The last escape is a bit dramatic - Spiceapp traps you in a cabin and threatens with a bomb...
Have a good time and enjoy!
In Amajeto's pleasant light room you find several variations on usual four letters/digits/shapes/colors puzzles which we are used to, and the playability is again excellent thanks to the new layout. Colorful lights you'll find later. Can you escape?
The cursor isn't changing, no save button, one ending.
You got lost in Selfdefiant's forest - or precisely, you aren't lost, just the only way out is barred by obstacles which you need to overcome. The personification of obstacles are a huge caterpillar (which doesn't speak, naturally, so you need to figure out what kind of bribery would convince it to move) and a troll who does speak and isn't afraid to tell his price. Will you get what he wants and would he let you out?
The cursor is changing, autosave, one ending.
In awesome Thomas Lean's adventure you journey through beautiful landscape in mountainous part of Fantasyland. On your way you'll meet several less successful adventurists who gave up already - but you won't, you are tougher than the rest! After you solve few (very few) puzzles - not difficult ones, the other adventurers just aren't trying I guess - you'll obtain the cure you came for. The only flaw of the game is its lenght - wish it was much much loger.
The game is controlled by arrows, your secret flame by a mouse. For a dialogue press E key.
Spiceapp (Gotmail earlier) remade another gem from their rich archive (link to the original you find below) and this time they haven't changed neither puzzles nor codes; just upgraded graphics and added their generic soundtrack. You may play both games simultaneously - each have cons and pros, and if stuck in one maybe you find solution in the second (worked for me). Your goal is to escape ocean liner cabin where they locked you in with warning that the whole place will explode...there's no timer though...a hollow threat probably...but do you dare to rely on that?
The cursor isn't changing, autosave, one ending.
P.S. Here is original Dangerous Luxury Liner 2.
P.P.S. Here is bonus little game by Daniel Moreno, Tiny Fragments. 10 cute levels.
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