Weekday Escape N°77
Oh there you are, my minions! I mean, my adoring fans. I mean, people without whom I'd not have had this gig these past four years. You are appreciated. All of you. But I hold a little extra fondness for you right there—look how cute you are, taking the time to read this little intro rather than immediately clicking on those enticing game images below. I wish I had some enthralling and witty story to share but I'm too wordless with gratitude and awe at the moment. So I'm just going to duck into the other room for a few, I, uh, have something in my...allergies. While I'm gone, here's some pretty little escape games from No1Game, FunkyLand and Primera to distract from the awkward silence in the room. Play them in any order that you wish, or tackle all three at one time. This is all for you, my friend. Have fun...
Find the Escape-Men Part 152: Pet Shop - No1Game once again invites you to play a game of hide-and-seek with little green men posed to run. The lure? Adorable animals. You know, because life in the big city gets lonely and a ban on pets in your apartment can't stop you from looking. Thusly, you're trapped inside a pet shop and need the help of ten escape-men to, well, escape. This is where all the fun stuff happens, as you search about for hiding spots, solving puzzles and all the usual shenanigans. Escape-men fans will find everything they expect from No1Game, format- and humor-wise, plus it's on the easier side meaning not too many pixel hunts or obscure hints to keep you locked up very long.
Fruit Kitchens No.21: Chocolate Vine Violet - I do not know what a chocolate vine is or why it's violet colored, but you had me at "chocolate", FunkyLand. So, sure, I'd love to get locked into your whimsical purple kitchen and have to find seven of these chocolate pods before I can get out. The game never gets old. Perhaps the hardest part about it is not getting too caught up daydreaming about what my dream house would look like if I could have FunkyLand design it... As always, personality and charm is infused into every corner of the room. Search it well, enjoy the creative clue presentation, and just live in the moment.
Azil's Garden - This more-than-mini escape grows out of Azil of Primera's imagination and is likely to spark yours, too, with a sprinkle of task-based puzzles, a smattering of codes to solve and its bountiful cuteness. While there is one clue that might stump you at first, as long as you take time to examine (and re-examine) all items in your midst and inventory, you're unlikely to be confounded by much abstruseness, and the ways of finding solutions provides enough smiles and mental stimulation for a satisfying break. In other words, if you're not in the mood for more than 5-10 minutes of light amusement, meander Azil's peaceful patio and you'll leave refreshed.
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Fruit Kitchen's video ads keep repositioning the window, making it impossible to play for me.
Finished Escape men and Azil's garden, but I'm missing the last chocolate vine in Fruit kitchens.
Out, out and out. In no time, that's a first (Especially for EM, I usually have a hard time with pixel hunting).
Wow, I'm done with all three and no clues or hints were used.
Either i'm getting the hang of escape-games or these three were easy. I'm guessing easy, because im never good at any games.
Have you looked in the sink?
For the life of me I can't find the Kitchens can opener. All codes have been solved, i just need the opener to get the last vine/banana
You might want to
check the red button
locked purple box on the table
I'm stuck in azil's garden...
I don't know where to use the beige paint and I can't faind the clue for the blue, yellow and green arrows
The paint in Azil's Garden...
Once it's opened and you have stuck the brush in it, use it on the urn by the garden door.
If you're still stuck and have done all you can, there are several items you'll want to re-examine.
Holy crap! I think that was the first time I could do all three without any hints.
Yes, I actually did read the little intro. I always do. I've said it before, but I really enjoy the write-ups (yes, even the intros!) that you guys do here at JIG. I think they're are engagingly written - even if you are too wordless with gratitude.
Games were a piece of cake this week! Chocolate cake.
Yay out with no hints! That was a particularly straightforward EM game.
Super cute selection this week! I always knew there was something missing from my life, and now I know it's
an escape turtle.
Disillusion! I made the mistake of looking up "chocolate vine". If you don't want your illusions to be spoiled, don't open this spoiler.
It's not chocolate :-( It's an actual plant (invasive) with a soft fruit that looks and sounds a bit nasty.
In Fruit Kitchens, I don't understand the circular clue with the 8 sections. I had to go to a video walkthrough to get past that puzzle. Any hints? Did I miss another clue that goes with the circle clue?