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Hi! Weekday Escape and Weekday Puzzle are here!

First you need to find the eleven pots in tomoLaSiDo's room and then we will return to the game by isotronic, which was published some time ago but one room was added. Selfdefiant released another asylum in a short time and it's a nice asylum except for one small bug (see the note under the game description). Finally we have a nice and slow game from Kultisti this time in collaboration with Sulu and in it you go exploring the underground with a cute little troll.

Have a good time and enjoy!

Escape Challenge 183: Room with Flower Pots

pots.pngAs it often happens with tomoLaSiDo's games lately, I'm not sure about the translation of the game name by the translators. So I translate the game according to what I see. There are 11 objects hidden in the room that look like flower pots and your task is to find them...as usual. One puzzle has an interesting twist which can be a bit frustrating...remember that sometimes you need to look at the clue from multiple angles.
The cursor isn't changing, no save option, one ending.

Isometric Escape

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We played this game by isotronic a month ago but in the meantime one room was added. I was hoping that more would be added and the game would be republished when there were at least four rooms but at the moment it doesn't look like it. Since the game has no autosave you need to replay the two we already know to get to the new third. But it's worth it I guess.
The cursor isn't changing, no save option, one ending.

Escape Insanity


We have a new game from Selfdefiant and this time it's asylum as it should be with collecting balls and exorcising ghosts. It's not a big asylum but it's pretty good except for one bug I found. In the little brown book you find there is a clue to a riddle and it's an anagram. You need six letters to solve the riddle and there are seven in the clue. The letter in question is in the clue three times but you only need it twice.
The cursosr is changing, autosave, one ending.


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The newest game by Kultisti was created in collaboration with Sulu but at first glance it is not recognizable because it has the atmosphere typical of Kultisti's puzzlers - it's dark, beautiful and has a great soundtrack. It's a story about a cute tiny troll and her travel through the roots of ancient flora underground fungi and exploration of 24 tiny caves. You have many roots to grow and much more!
Controlled by WASD/Arrow keys, X/Enter/Space/K action, R to restart a level, 24 levels, no save option.

P.S. At the last minute I'm adding a link to A Hollow Heartbeat by Fakewisdom - I haven't played the game yet but it looks interesting. It's an adventure game with a horror atmosphere.


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A Hollow Heartbeat has a lot of issues. There's nothing in the UI to tell you what you're picking up, so you wind up with things in your inventory with no clue what they are. And the spelling and grammar is atrocious in this one—made my head hurt just to read it!  😣


Juurru is lovely!

Was that really only 24 levels? Seemed like so many more. It has this really lost, isolated vibe which I found really appealing. Simple pixel art graphics, gorgeous sound. Only possible complaint is I wish the character moved a bit faster as a root—you can tap the directions repeatedly to get around faster, but it's tiresome to do so.

But other than that, bravo!


chrpa, which puzzle in Escape Challenge 183: Room With Flower Pots were you referring to regarding the "multiple angles"? This was one of tomoLaSiDo's easier ones, I thought…

jF March 16, 2023 10:07 PM replied to chrpa

Ah. I thought you were talking about one of those tomoLaSiDo puzzles where you have to look at the left or right side of a device to find something else involved.  😁


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