Weekday Escape - Retro Edition N°18
You get lost (twice) in Esklavos' lovely small world connected with ours by magical gate, locked by four locks at the moment unfortunately. After you escape it (twice), you find yourself in Ichima's room without any visible exit and with several secrets which make game more entertaining than expected. Suzunari's room is absolute classic with many clever puzzles.
Have a good time and enjoy!
The swamp in one of the first Esklavos' escapes seems like beautiful English landscape garden and not very cursed. But it's enchanted for sure, as the only way how to escape it is magical portal and you need to find four colored keys to open it. Just solve few puzzles and the keys emerge by themselves (fall from above). The game is quite short and to fully enjoy dreamy atmosphere and art style of Esklavos, another escape from swamp follows - and this one definitely feels cursed.
The cursor is changing, no save button, one ending.
Ichima left you in a living room, a bit dark, with old almost antique furniture and not very intersting. On the second sight, the room isn't as common as you thought - there aren't any doors, and the stained glass window is without handles, probably unopenable, so how did you get here? Or better, how are you supposed to get out? The situations isn't hopeless though, there are some items you can find, and also clues where and how to use them - will you escape?
The cursor is not changing, no save button, one ending.
On the starting screen of Suzunari's (very classic) escape are two movie flappers with 'start' inscription. Both are active and depends whether you want to know the story behind the game and also can read Japanese (click on the flapper in the middle of the game screen then) or just play (click on the one in lower right corner). Intro in Japanese is short and skippable and gives you some information about brown briefcase which is in your inventory right from the beginning. Remember, your goal is to find how to open the briefcase and when you open it, you're free!
The cursor is not changing, save button, one ending.
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