Weekday Escape N°116
Rise and shine, my little escaperinos! Wednesday has finally shone its smiling face upon us, banishing the drudgery of Monday and the resignation of Tuesday, and what better way to make your week a little faster than to find yourself trapped in implausible locations and scenarios? This week! Vitamin Hana was you to get pumped, but no weights are required. Esklavos's puppy has a broken airplane and a bone to pick with a mythological beast. And Tototo Room may have you trapped, but that doesn't mean it has to be within four walls.
Button Escape 34 - Tototo Room is giving you a taste of the great outdoors, where you'll need to find eleven buttons scattered throughout the area and click them in order to open the gate to freedom. The area you're trapped in actually has several buildings to explore, making this one of Tototo Room's bigger and more elaborate games, though you may find yourself going in circles a little before you figure out how to navigate. Of course, any game that requires a pizza as a crucial piece of its mechanics is automatically alright by me...
Pump it Up! - Put away your sweatbands and your '80s playlists, folks. Vitamin Hana isn't after you to get "swole" here. In fact, this room is almost suspiciously barren, though once you start exploring, you'll realize there's more than meets the eye. There is, unfortunately, an instance of a puzzle clue given that can be very hard to read even if you don't have difficulty distinguishing colours, so make sure you pay close attention to your surroundings and items if you wind up getting stuck or going in circles!
Stains and the Yeti - Esklavos's questionably named pup is back, and this time things are a little frosty. You'll need to travel to a few different locations, but first, you'll need to repair your plane. If you get stuck, you may want to try using some of the tools you'll find in ways that aren't immediately intuitive or indicated. Just pretend you're role playing as me, trying to fix something in your house without an instruction manual and beset by an unwillingness to actually go get the proper instruments. (Panicked phone call to father-in-law about geyser of water in bathroom or destroyed kitchen sink optional.)
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