Weekday Escape N°78
If you love games, then you really love a bundle of games. We here at JayIsGames love games. It's pretty much right there in the name. Thusly, bundles of games are make us squee. Like this bundle of fun free online escape games from FunkyLand, No1Game, and Vitamin Hana. Yeah, it's sort of otherwise known as a Weekday Escape trio in some parts of the jigasphere. Our trio this week takes us on tour through a lovely yellow room filled with mysterious little devices, followed by lunch at a brand new sushi-boat-style restaurant, and finally ending by letting the dogs loose for giggles and awwwws...
Girls Room No.09: Eyelash Curler - While the eyelash curler looks more like a device from Stanley Kubrik's A Clockwork Orange, it is quite the functional little tool in any girl's vanity routine. Or, at least, this according to FunkyLand who would have us searching high and low for five of these things. This fresh yellow room is reminiscent of the Candy Rooms series in more ways than one, although it's missing the quirky, animated clue presentation that's so fun about those. The main skill you'll need to quickly escape this time around? An eye for detail. Maybe these devices will help for that, too?
Find the Escape-Men 153: Sushi Go Round - In this latest in No1Game's escape-man series, puzzles are mainly task-based and centered on finding hidden items, most notably those famously surreptitious green guys. This searching proves very clicky in a pixel hunt sort of way as it is without a changing cursor and few visual details to the 2D graphics. So you'll want to take your time, watching and waiting, as if you're really ordering food at a sushi-go-round restaurant. But be careful of waiting too long as game begins to hold out on you; one escape-man can prove to be elusive this way.
Free the Dogs - This little escape from Vitamin Hana gives the right dose of cute and funny to infuse your day with happy thoughts without the hangups of abstruse codes or troublesome searches. As you might guess from the title, to gain your own freedom, you'll need to let the dogs out first. This entails plenty of puzzles in the nature of deciphering clues and using items, all of which can be completed in a 5-10 minute break. Plus, if you're on device that doesn't support Flash, you can select "Mobile" to play the HTML5 version of the game.
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