Weekday Escape N°365
Hi! Weekday Escape and Weekday Puzzle are here!
We start with two new cans in tomoLaSiDo's vending machine. Then come standard escapes by Studio Shimadzu with rather unexpected outcome and very retro Liromisty with three endings. A game from FreePDA just asks you to open the door - but many times.
We have two puzzle games this week. A magical one from Kultisti and a Sokoban one from MarioMak967.
Have a good time and enjoy!
If you're thirsty look on the lowest shelf of tomoLaSiDo's vending machine and you will find two new cans.
The cursor isn't changing, autosave (the game saves already opened cans), one ending.
It is not clear what Studio Shimadzu's ordinary living room has to do with the moon (at least for non-Japanese speaking players), but when you manage to open the door out of the room, you will understand. Ignore the notes in Japanese, the game is clear without them.
The cursor isn't changing, no save option, one ending.
Liromisty's game was released now in November and not many years ago - it just looks like it. But if you don't mind simple graphics, you will find some interesting puzzles in the game and lovely bears.
The cursor isn't changing, no save option, three endings.
Last week we got boxes from FreePDA to open (WP N°68), this week it's a series of closed doors. This concept is quite familiar and also popular, and there's nothing to explain - just find a way to open the door in front of you, and there's another one right behind it!
The cursor is changing, autosave, one ending.
The new puzzle game from Kultisti is dark, magical, strange and fun. I'm afraid I don't quite get it, but I can confirm that it is very appealing and calming.
Contolled with the mouse.
Finally, one game for fans of Sokoban games. The puzzler by MarioMak967 is combined with a laser game and has simple rules - line up the stars in one line. This will open the door to the next level.
Controlled by WASD/Arrow keys, X to select Z to undo R to restart a level. Autosave.
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