Weekday Escape N°351
Hi! Weekday Escape and Weekday Puzzle are here!
The first comes Amajeto (yay!) and then tomoLaSiDo with their escapes, and then stone with a little bit unusual escape game where you solve puzzles only - and they are clever and original. The escape has a beautiful art.
Then come three puzzlers, and all are creative and amusing with simple graphics. Pet Pumpkin wants you to shake hands only, Neonesque to pass the intelligence test and competor...well you need to find out what's being asked of you.
Have a good time and enjoy!
Amajeto locked you up in a room with a beautiful view of the sea and a small statue of a hungry dog. You need to "feed" him which means put into the box in front of him sixteen bones - and then the dog will give you a key. You are out!
The cursor isn't changing, save option, one ending.
In the game by stone you need to solve fifteen puzzles - and with each solved puzzle the tree above nine letters (and also on the girl's head) grows one fruit. To solve a puzzle, you need to enter the correct combination of letters and click the tree - if the solution is right, a new fruit appears. It may take a while to get into the game and understand what it wants for you, but if you give it a chance you will be rewarded with an excellent game!
The cursor isn't changing, autosave, one ending.
Pet Pumpkin's Sokoban-like puzzler has an original concept and it's playful. The goal is obvious from the game's name - the left and the right hand has to meet, and each hand has a certain number of moves. There are obstacles like crates (to be pushed away), buttons (to be pressed) and so on.
The left hand controlled by WASD, the right hand by Arrow keys, E to undo, R to restart a level. 29 levels, Ausosave.
Neonesque's games are alway fun and offer a lot more than they seem to. Your bright green slime has to absorb all yellow chunks in each level to clear it - and to do that, it needs to get to them first and to fiddle around with crates. Game's mechanics is original and inventive, and playing satisfying.
Controlled by WASD/Arrow keys, X to select, Z to undo, R to restart, autosave.
A great short puzzler by competor doesn't take much time after you realize what to do but before the aha-moment you may wander around the dice for a good while...don't give up, it's a good game.
Controlled by WASD/Arrow keys, Z to undo, X to make a checkpoint, R to restart from the checkpoint.
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