Weekday Escape N°96
Rise and shine, gentle reader! Wednesday waits for nobody, and while we may have crested that foul hill that is the work week, we yet have miles to go before we hit the weekend. Fortunately, Weekday Escape is here to make it sting a little less, bringing with it the usual trio of games by the developers who spend all their free time slaving over the crystalline fires and forges of Mount Doom... what, how did you think escape games were made? This week! Yuuri gets spoopy and so do those little yellow fluffballs. no1game needs you to find a familiar green face to escape, but you'll have to assemble it first. And Lu-Taru channels their inner gameshow contestant by asking what's behind door number one?!... two? Three?... it's a lot of doors.
Chicks Hide and Seek Escape 25 - This is Halloween! This is Halloween! Cuddly fluffy peeps hiding here and there! Yuuri's little yellow birds get into the howl-iday spirit, but don't worry, sweet scaredy cats... the only tricks here are the puzzles our baby birds are hiding behind. If that ain't a treat, I don't know what is!
MA-G-MA - I know I joke a lot about escape game developers being secret criminal masterminds, what with their elaborate scenarios of puzzles and mechanisms, but no1game takes it a step further by throwing a lair into the mix, which I just want to say I always suspected. It's a short one, but to find a way out, you'll need to find and assemble a familiar icon...
Itagora 7.4 Escape 5 - Lu-Taru has a thing for doors. Maybe it's the fine craftsmanship. Maybe it's the endless possibility. Maybe it's the way you can fill them with tricky mechanisms. Or maybe they're just easy to draw. Regardless! To find out, you need to figure out how to open the door in front of you in each stage. It starts off simple, but gets weirder and trickier the farther you go.
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