You might not have noticed it, but one of our favorite room escape designers has been missing for a while now. And by a while now we really mean two freaking years!!! Where did Petithima go? Some say to the Caribbean, where Petithima cavorted with dolphins by day and with Parrotheads by night. Others say the Himalayas, where all good escape designers go to find their Zen. While we may never know where Petithima has been, we now know what they've been up to as their latest effort, White Cage, arrives with a bang.
While it is nice to have a room escape designer that can put out lots of escapes for us to enjoy, it is also nice when a designer takes their time and produces one really exceptional effort rather than a handful of fun to mediocre games. Petithima has used that time off well in putting together this fabulous little gem which, despite having only four scenes, manages to pack a ton of puzzle-solving goodness inside along with a healthy dose of fabulous with the gentle animations which run throughout the piece. The movement is everywhere, from the clouds slowly drifting past to the subtle movements of the lonely bird in the tree, all designed to enhance the escaping experience. And while the animated elements are fantastic, the best part of White Cage is the plethora of amazing and amusing puzzles to solve.
With both a main quest to help the birdies reunite and a side quest to find all seven hidden eggs, White Cage is a lot of entertainment packed into a little space. So welcome Petithima back and enjoy White Cage!