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Hi! Weekday Escape and Weekday Puzzle are here!

This week we start with 100yen‘s short game and continue with Akatsuki no Yado/Norm-Nois escape from a series of rooms – it’s basically four one-scene games. The next is the second collaboration between Primera and Cabeza, and we’ve got another remake of a twelve years old game.The last escape is tomoLaSiDo‘s room with irises.

We’ve got two puzzlers this time, by Playtouch and by Praktik06. Both games use a classic concept where you need the most combination skills. Both are pleasant relaxing games.

Notice, that Weekday Puzzle will not be posted tomorrow – puzzle games are in this Weekday Escape.


100yen.pngEscape by 100yen has really basic graphics and few puzzles but isn’t silly. A nice little game.
The cursor isn’t changing, no save option, one ending.


goal3.pngThe latest game by Akatsuki no Yado/Norm-Nois wants you to escape four rooms and open five doors. Puzzles aren’t so easy as they may seem and you need to think for a while to figure out solutions. Don’t overthink them, though.
The cursor is changing, no save option, one ending.


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Two weeks ago we played the first remade game by Cabeza published on Primera‘s new site and now we’ve got the second one – this time it is an escape in Bali and the original is from 2010. It’s fun.
The cursor is changing, no save option, one ending.


irises.pngTomoLaSiDo wants you to find five irises in their room. Some of them you just find but to get others, you need to solve a puzzle, and as usual, the main goal is to complete the key. This time there is a puzzle with Japanese signs but again as usual, only visual memory is required and if it fails, YT walkthrough is available.
The cursor isn’t changing, autosave, one ending.


redblock.pngPlaytouch‘s puzzler is well made classics – by pushing plain wooden blocks around you need to release the red one and exit a level. For fans of this concept it’s a good relax. The difficulty rises.
Controlled by a mouse, austosave, 32 levels.


rescuebot.pngIn Praktik06‘s puzzler you control a rescue robot an a human who needs to be rescued. The robot can make “ponton bridges” for the human to escape a tiny island, but the number of blocks the robot can make is limited. Cooperation is the key.
Controlled by WASD/Arrow keys, R to restart a level. Autosave, 20 levels.


We love escape games, and our readers love talking about them and sharing hints! How about you? Let us know what you think, ask for clues, or help out other players in the comments below.


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