Weekday Escape N°350
Hi! Weekday Escape and Weekday Puzzle are here!
We start with Selfdefiant's two escapes and then comes cute and lovely puzzler by octobass in which you need to irritate a character in each level as much as possible.
This week we've got two magical and atmospheric puzzlers, by DAMAZE and by Kultisti. The main characters in both games had an accident - in the first one you need to help to a magician's assistant to fix the problem he caused and in the second one to help a magician to fight his way through the dungeon...with magical dice.
Have a good time and enjoy!
To escape from Tennessee you need to put together three dollars to feed a hungry guy with some BBQ and he'll be so grateful to give you a bike for it. In Texas it's a balloon you need for escape, and of course, a balloon more expensive than a bike. But this is a Selfdefiant's game and to get three five-dollar bills doesn't take long.
The cursor isn't changing, autosave, one ending.
In each of the ten levels of octobass's puzzle game is your goal to make the main character as angry as possible and it's fun! In the lower left corner of the gamescreen you can see a bugged-o-meter and when it's completely full and red, the level is clear. In each level you can find a collectable bug.
The cursor is changing, autosave, ten levels.
Lovely puzzle platformer by DAMAZE introduces another magician's apprentice who had an accident. The accident had consequences...all bottled clouds escaped and the master isn't going to be happy when he finds out...unless the apprentice finds the clouds and bottles them again. Now he has to explore the whole castle and catch the escaped clouds...luckily, he's able to perform a basic magic already what certainly helps.
To move WAsD/Arrow keys, K to jump, J to cast a spell, Esc to open the menu, 25 levels, autosave.
A magician in the latest Kultisti's action game also had an accident and his magical dice are gone. He needs to catch them back because he's lost in the dungeon and without his dice he wouldn't be able to get through it and defeat monsters. Rules are simple but to fully understand and complete the game not so much.
Controlled by a mouse.
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