Weekday Escape N°311
Hi! The week is over, the Weekday Escape here!!
First two games - by New Generation Sustanable Energy Poltergeist and by midori are short but good and clever escapes from Japanese site Dasshutsu. Then comes robots' adventure by Neko Donut where you need to help a small robot to recharge his suddenly collapsed friend, and then you find yourself in Migilua's living room. The bonus is the latest tomoLaSiDo challenge, this time a room with objective lenses.
Have a good time and enjoy!
In New Generation Sustanable Energy Poltergeist's game you stand in front of the locked door. On the right side of it is a clue, and after you open it, there are nine more doors in front of you, no need to say that locked ones. Each code is a small puzzle and the difficulty slightly rises. A nice one.
The cursor isn't changing, save option, one ending.
Short and sweet midori's escape involves carrots of various sizes and things which look like a carrot but they aren't. You can easily get through without understanding Japanese - just click everywhere and ignore the texts.
The cursor isn't changing, no save option, one ending.
In cute Neko Donut's small adventure a robot needs to revive his friend who's completely flat. Technically it's not a problem since they can charge one another, but our robot doesn't have enough energy even for himself. There is a recharge pad in the next room of the apartment, but also several switched off appliances which require energy to work...a lot of running around to get everything in order!
WASD/Arrow keys for moving around, Space bar for action, no save option, one (good) ending.
P.S The previous game by Neko Donut you find in WE N°290.
Migilua's second room is again simple and minimalist with good puzzles. It's well done standard escape room, the only possible difficulty you may encounter is (small) pixel hunting when you try to combine items in your inventory - so, if you try to put together two items and they won't join, try again to be sure. Your idea may be right.
The cursor isn't changing, autosave, one ending.
P.S The previous game by Migilua you find in WE N°284.
Bonus game is the latest tomoLaSiDo's Escape Challenge 145: Room with Objective Lenses - longer than usual - there are two room to explore - but also with some pixel hunting.
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