Hold on to your socks, folks, and if you aren't wearing any, then go find as closely matched a pair as you can, put them on, and then hold them, because to help distract from the inexorable march of time, this week's Weekday Escape serves up some of your favourite creators in a big way! TomaTea brings you something sweet to eat, but you'll need your most obnoxious fake French laugh to get it. Neutral has the place all done up for Halloween for you, though the language may be a barrier for some. And Ichima offers you a cozy place to get snuggled up and wind down with one fantastic view.
Candy Shop Escape - "But Dora," I can hear you saying, "why would you possibly want to escape from a candy store? Much less one designed by TomaTea?" Well, to put it bluntly, if it were a Pizza and Garlic Bread store, I would feel quite differently, since I've never been much for sweets, even those hiding cunning puzzles and clues. As it is, I'm going to need your help to get out of this swanky little boulangerie, so let's get clicking!
Wicked Room - If you can't read Japanese, this mini room escape by none other than Neutral might give you a hard time, at least when it comes to reading the paper clues you'll find. I suggest we give it the old college try, clean up that broken glass, and then throw something spooky, old, and grainy on the television. If you're *filled with d e t e r m i n a t i o n, however, well, I guess those ghosts and ghouls better beware.
Room 10: Heart - So maybe you want a room escape game that's a little more cozy? That's cool, I gotchu. Or, well, Ichima does, so if you want to be locked up somewhere that seems expressly designed for snuggling with a view, look no further. With some gorgeous windows and a big comfy bed, this is one set of puzzles you can solve in comfort. So leave your shoes and your cares at the door, and some space for me on that bed, because I am all about a nap, like, you don't even know.
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