Weekday Escape N°378
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Hi! Weekday Escape and Weekday Puzzle are here!
We'll start with two new cans in tomoLaSiDo's vending machine and then we'll go back to 2007 with GameDesign (Taro Ito) with their game which was published on JiG and today we can play it with ruffle.
This week we have two puzzle games. The first one is by Burak Ersin and it asks you to transport two cubes to their location. The second is a simple memory game from MRDX Apps.
Have a good time and enjoy!
I'll Open It Up
TomoLaSiDo is not neglecting us - we have two new cans (with Carrot Soup and Quiche Lorraine) n the vending machine.
The cursor isn't changing, autosave (the game saves already opened cans), one ending.
Escape Game (GameDesign)
This game by GameDesign (Taro Ito) was published on JiG more than fifteen years ago and was created in Flash. But we can still play it today because fortunately it works with the help of Ruffle. It's an interesting game of which there are really few today (as we know) and it's not exactly simple...some of the puzzles really need to be thought about carefully...and if you don't know how to proceed check out the walkthrough at the original post. Here's the link: Escape Game (GameDesign).
The cursor is changing, no save option, one ending.
Shadow and Light
In the puzzle game by Burak Ersin you have to transport two cubes, a black one and a white one, to the marked spot. This is not difficult but the obstacle is that the white cube can only move in the light and the black one only in the shade. If the white one gets into the shadow it turns red and you have to go back (Z key) and vice versa. Nice idea.
Moves controlled by WASD, Space bar to switch between the cubes, Q/E to rotate camera view, Z to rewind.
Simple memory game by MRDX Apps wants you to click on the lowest number and then continue ascending as more numbers appear. You do not need to follow the exact order in which the new fields appear, you just need to follow the sequence.
The cursor isn't changing, no save option, two endings.
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