Weekday Escape N°118
Goooooooooood morning, starshine! The world was neither devoured by flame nor overrun by a race of flesh-eating man-like hippos while we slept, so it's another glorious Wednesday! Let us give thanks to the Escape Game Gods by partaking in the customary rituals. This week! Vitamin Hana's put you to work, though it's more than a little bit creepy, so the benefits better be worth it. Esklavos' dog is on the road again, but may want to stop taking things with engines. And Primera's got one messy puppy, though taking care of it would probably be simplified (though less fun) without a lot of those locks.
My Puppy's - Puppies, dude. I know they look all cute and floppy, but there is no better animal to destroy your home like a tiny adorable tornado in about five minutes. Still, Primera's pup is definitely pretty cute and innocent looking, though I imagine taking care of it would probably be a lot easier if every single surface didn't have some sort of puzzle lock on it. To leave, you'll need to tend to this pampered pooch, so get cracking and look for clues!
Stains and the Guru - Speaking of dogs, it might be time for me to stop making fun of the name of Esklavos' intrepid pooch. He's a lot more capable than I am by this point, even if he still needs your help to get around. This time, Stains is seeking some enlightenment, and as usual, you've got a map full of locations to visit. But, also as usual, you've got to repair your transportation first, so roll up your sleeves and get to work, and then maybe sign up for AAA, because this is getting ridiculous.
Work at the Coffee Shop - Vitamin Hana knows there's no greater cage than being stuck behind someone who takes fourteen minutes to explain their coffee order and then complains about the je ne sais quoi of the beans, but you'll face a different challenge here... a coffee shop filled with unsettlingly faceless people who nonetheless still stare at you. Expectantly. Waiting. One of them guarding the door. Look, I know this is allegedly an escape game, but if I don't hear from you in an hour, I'm calling Buffy, okay?
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