Weekday Escape N°377
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Hi! Weekday Escape and Weekday Puzzle are here!
This week we start traditionally with a game by tomoLaSiDo and right after that comes a graphically simple but charming and clever game by Athakaspen. This is followed by a series of eleven mini escapes from WetBox.
The two puzzle games are from Recloak - in which you create more and more complex objects from the basic four elements - and from Haremonic Games which is a slider game with lots of bunnies.
Have a good time and enjoy!
Escape Challenge 181: Room with Spatulas
In his last game, tomoLaSiDo wants you to find eight spatulas. Even fewer are enough for a successful ending - by which I mean escaping the apartment - but if you want to achieve a perfect ending it's eight.
The cursor isn't changing, no save option, two endings.
Athakaspen's charming game has very basic graphics but make no mistake - it's a very good and funny game and quite long. Right at the beginning you get to the witch's house and it turns out that getting out is not easy. You'll have to solve a number of puzzles before you can return home.
Just one note - there is a wheel of fortune in one room and when I spun around for the third time the wheel stopped on "game crash". I was unable to continue playing and had to start again from the beginning because the game doesn't autosave. I was not happy.
The cursor isn't changing, no save option, two endings (with or without a cake).
Unfold Escape Room Puzzle
WetBox's game layout is similar to that of Doors: Paradox, published almost a year ago. You have eleven mini-games in front of you from completely different and without exception attractive environments, and in each level you need to find/make a white orb. When it appears, click on it to advance to the next level. The graphics are beautiful, the soundtrack is pleasant and the gameplay is excellent. Enjoy!
The cursor isn't changing, autosave, one ending.
Little Alchemy 2
In crafting game by Recloak you combine elements to create new ones. You start with the basic ones - water, fire, earth, air - and you combine, combine and combine to create new elements. According to the authors, you can create seven hundred items and the moment an item you create is no longer combinable the game will let you know. An intuitive and calm game.
The cursor isn't changing, autosave.
Hare136 - Slider
This simple sliding game from Haremonic Games is relaxing - it has a nice atmosphere, soundtrack and lots of cute bunnies. You can spend a lot of time in it - it has 136 levels - and your task in each level is to get the bunny to his den. If there are more than one in a level you only need to get one home. The other one can obviously stay outside.
The cursor isn't changing, autosave.
We love escape games, and our readers love talking about them and sharing hints! How about you? Let us know what you think, ask for clues, or help out other players in the comments below.
It might be a bug, but there's a really easy way to rack up quarters in Rainbow Escape:
Once you get the shovel, go to the second "dimension" and out to the fenced-in backyard. There, you can dig up quarters from the spot of ground to the right of the pond. Keep digging, and you can get an endless supply—much quicker than waiting two minutes for the one under the sign to reappear!
Unfold Escape Room Puzzle was lovely! Great graphics and really nice music. It felt like something which could easily be ported over to game consoles for a fun adventure game. The payoff at the end of the game was well worth the effort. (But what happens if you don't collect all the hidden batteries? I did, but I'm curious if you get that extravagant ending if you don't.)
Can't say I feel love for their app store version of the game, however—the app collects all sorts of data on you. Not cool, WetBox! 🤨
Escape Challenge 181: Room With Spatulas was somewhat confusing as to the number of spatulas. You'll actually wind up with nine spatulas for a perfect ending—eight in the count and one active in your inventory. The game only counts the non-active ones for that perfect ending.
I had to replay it several times to figure that out. 🤔