Weekday Puzzle N°3
In the third Weekday Puzzle is starring Lucas Le Slo with two very different games - clever puzzle game with fresh approach to moving blocks around and a delicate game about photography and fishing. Sarah Carter lets you spend one night in a midnight bakery where you need to figure out which cake satisfies quite demanding customers the most - and literally save the world!
Have a good time and enjoy!
Your goal in Lucas Le Slo puzzle game is simple - place all small red frames on small red squares. Your tool is a green rectangle which can 'swallow' and move with the red frames inside it - or push them. Difficulty rises, as usual.
To move use cursor keys, to reset a level R key, to undo Z key. The game has autosave.
Poetic Lucas Le Slo's vignette tells us a short story behind a poetic, about one hundred years old photograph by Catalan photographer Adolf Mas Ginesta. It's about fishing and photography, about sea and sun, seagulls, and one of the few magic moments in life.
Controlled by mouse only.
Jay came to see her aunt to her very special bakery, but found only a note saying that Jay was on her own this night. Most of bakery's clientele isn't human and has extraordinary taste in products, however, Jay's aunt believes that Jay is experienced enough to be able to deal with every situation which may occur. Whether she considered that Mighty Xzagaroth The Destroyer of Words may drop by is unknown...will the Earth survive Jay's night shift?
This charming game is by Sarah Carter and it's controlled by arrow keys.
Bonus game this week is a (very) short adventure game/joke The Adventure for the Legendary Gem by Yabock.