Weekday Escape N°324
Hi, the newest Weekday Escape is here!
At the beginning you are supposed to escape from two U.S. states with Selfdefiant, and then you find yourself in tomoLaSiDo's room with strange devices and locked drawers. Then comes a point'n'click game by nullelement about a little girl's dreams and the last is standard escape by isotronic, where some players may encounter difficulties - as usual, depends on your device and a browser.
Have a good time and enjoy!
This week Selfdefiant wants you to find your way out from Indiana and Iowa. Escape from Indiana is an urban escape with a regular assingment - you are supposed to find a few lost things and after that you get a lift out from the state. In Iowa, you need to put the farm where you find yourself in order and while doing that, you find a key from the red truck parking outside the farm.
The cursor is changing, autosave, one ending.
I am not sure what are you looking for in the latest tomoLaSiDo's room - the things you are collecting seem like jumping magic beans but the game's name says they are traditional Japanese dolls. Whatever the things are you need to get seven of those and meanwhile solve several puzzles.
The cursor isn't changing, autosave, one ending.
Surreal point'n'click game by nullelement consists of twenty five levels, mostly one-scene ones, with cute and quite simple puzzles. If you don't know how to proceed in particular level you can always skip it and try the next one. To do that, click an arrow in the upper right corner and if you change your mind, youi can also go back and try again. Overall lovely game.
The cursor isn't changing, no save option, one ending.
Bonus game: The White Room by isotronic is a nice escape but I experienced difficulties with this one (with controlling game) and that's why it's a bonus game. I did get through but several times I wasn't sure whether the problem is on my side or if it's the issue with the game. It's the game. Maybe another browser would help but I didn't try.
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