Weekday Escape N°330
Hi, welcome to Weekday Escape!
This week is a bit different - we've got two games from new devs (I hope they would give us more games in future) and one regular one. All three are nice. The first one by hiragi wants you to open a safe, the second one by Selfdefiant wants you to escape a samurai village, and the last is interesting escape by H3PO4 - the dev is quite active recently, but their other games are unfortunately with a language barrier and only this one is playable for non-Japanese speaking players too.
Have a good time and enjoy!
On the long journey through hundreds of rooms, devouted escapists have opened many safes with various contents - and the hiragi's one isn't much different. The safe you need to crack is locked with a standard paddle lock and all you need is a key - but to get it, you have to solve several nice puzzles. It's a good game - it has uncluttered surface, a clean graphics and the hints are clear. A joy to play.
The cursor isn't changing, no save option, one ending.
This Selfdefiant's escape is in 3D and it's very well done, you feel like watching a short animated movie. The village and its surroundings are beautiful and thanks to a changing cursor, it's easy to find a hotspot, and thanks to descriptions you know what the game wants from you. It's a comfortable playing.
The cursor is changing, a save option, one ending.
H3PO4 in their escape want you to find your way out of a room with four door. The doors around the room are openable but you can't enter them, only look outisde, and so it seems that you have to find some other exit. Also seems, that each door leads to a different world since the weather conditions behind each door is remarkably different...can you figure out how to operate the pillar in the centre of the room and what exactly are you supposed to do there?
The cursor isn't changing, a save option, one ending. The game is in Japanese (descriptions of items, notes) but you can get through without difficulties with a bit of trying.
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