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Tomatea – Orient Express Night

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Walkthrough   31 comments - January 17, 2011

After Caesar Vs. Pirates, here is Orient Express Night, the second Room Escape game from Tomatea. “It is first half of 20th century. Take a role of great detective and escape from dangerous train!”. Be warned, Tomatea’s website server is obviously overloaded at the time of writing…  Have fun!

Orient Express Night walkthrough (thanks White Wolf!)

By Eric

current rating 3.89

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Tomato Juice Room Escape

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Walkthrough   12 comments - March 12, 2010

Tomato Juice Room Escape is the latest Room Escape game created by Parallellove, the author of Grape Juice Room Escape, Apple Juice Room Escape, Orange Juice Room Escape, Black Tea Room Escape, Cocoa Room Escape, Milk Room Escape and many many more. Have fun!

Tomato juice Room Escape walkthrough
(thanks NoviceG!)

By Eric

current rating 3.38

Automaton: Introduction

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Walkthrough   13 comments - February 12, 2007

Automaton: IntroductionAutomatonLittlenorwegians (?) released a few days ago the beginning of what is expected to be a new very interesting adventure game series.

Automaton: Introduction immerses you in a strange and beautiful world, in which you will have to help a lost little robot to find his way in this adventurous journey through hostile zones.

With its unique feeling and its sweet melancholic music, Automaton: Introduction is easy to complete and very promising!

This introduction is an excellent teaser and we are already looking forward to the next episode.

Have fun!

Update: walkthrough in the comments (thanks Zystral!)

By Eric

current rating 3.00

Free Falling

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Video walkthrough, Walkthrough   48 comments - April 19, 2012

Free Falling is live! This game is the latest creation of IDAC, the team behind The Daydream, JOBpico, Bon Voyage, Strawberry Tomato and so many other popular Room Escape games!

You enter an unknown room, and the door closes behind you…

Have fun!

04.19.12. Now available in English!

Free Falling walkthrough (thanks DNOMN8R!)
Free Falling video walkthrough!

By Eric

current rating 3.91

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Caesar Vs. Pirates

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Walkthrough   5 comments - January 9, 2011

Caesar Vs. Pirates is a Room Escape game from Tomatea, where you will have to help Caesar, who was captured by pirates, to escape from their Galley and change history again! The navigation is a bit awkward in this one, but it’s still worth a try. Have fun!

Caesar Vs. Pirates walkthrough (thanks ff04ooen!)

By Eric

current rating 2.88

Gretel and Hansel Part 2

Categories: Adventure, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click   14 comments - October 9, 2010

After a solid year of work, part 2 of Gretel and Hansel from Makopudding is live!

“Much longer and more involved than the first game, this took our blood sweat and tears for many sleepless nights.

Controls are the same as Part One, use the arrow keys or the WASD keys to move around, mouse to click and use your inventory items.

Also the game saves automatically so don’t worry about having to do it all in one sitting.”

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 3.70

Banana Juice Room Escape

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Walkthrough   15 comments - March 19, 2010

Banana Juice Room Escape is the latest Room Escape game created by Parallellove, the author of Tomato Juice Room Escape, Grape Juice Room Escape, Apple Juice Room Escape, Orange Juice Room Escape, Black Tea Room Escape, Cocoa Room Escape and many many more. Have fun!

Banana Juice Room Escape walkthrough
(thanks GateGirl!)

By Eric

current rating 3.26

Alchemia

Categories: Adventure, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Point'n'click, Puzzle   24 comments - September 7, 2009

AlchemiaAlchemiaAlchemia is the latest Point’n’Click Adventure game created by Tomas K. (the author of the Haluz series) and Julian Winter.

“One summer night in a deep forest, strange events bring little hero and his misfortunate companion to underground caves and dungeons.

They discover a city hidden in the dark, with it’s white stone houses, long bridges, strange mechanic creatures and people skilled in ancient alchemic techniques.

However, the way back is closed and there seems to be no other way out. Is the little hero able to help his new friend? Will they escape dark tunnels?

AlchemiaAlchemia is a classical Point’n’Click Adventure game, but also has some innovations.

Many puzzles cannot be solved simply by clicking the objects in right order or in specific time, but you will have to use your brain a bit more and really understand the mechanics of the game. “

The team plans to create an extended version soon, containing four or five additional levels.

But it all depends on how people will like the game. Do you like it?

Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 4.56

Ticket

Categories: Asian Languages, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Walkthrough   57 comments - October 3, 2008

TicketTicketTicket is the latest game from IDAC, the team behind Free Falling, JOBpico, Bon Voyage, The Daydream, Strawberry Tomato and so many other popular Room Escape games!

You enter an unknown room, and the door closes behind you. You start looking for items to use and then you realize that Ticket is only available in Japanese!

I have no idea why IDAC doesn’t release their games in English anymore, but I have no doubt all their fans will enjoy this new one!

Have fun!

Note: Please be patient while the game is loading…

Update: Ticket walkthrough in comment #52 (thanks bmic!)

By Eric

current rating 3.38

The Daydream

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Video walkthrough, Walkthrough   54 comments - February 13, 2008

The DaydreamThe DaydreamThe Daydream is live! This game is the latest creation of IDAC, the team behind JOBpico, Bon Voyage, Strawberry Tomato and so many other popular Room Escape games!

Intro: “I want you to find me… One evening, I got an email on my cell-phone from my son, as always. It’s the same message every time. His message was an invitation to play his favorite game, peek-a-boo. We’ve played this game over and over since he was a baby. Although, as he’s gotten older, the game has become more like hide-and-seek. Ok, I’m coming to his room. I’m ready to play the game. But his room seems different for some reason. Hey! The door’s locked behind me! Is this a new twist to the game? Or something else?”

You will need to enter your birth date to play The Daydream. It seems that Gotmail want to know you..

Have fun!

Note: Like with every new release, Gotmail’s site is getting hammered with traffic, so if you have trouble getting The Daydream to load, please be patient and reload the page. Eventually, it will load!

The Daydream walkthrough in comment #5 (thanks D!)

The Daydream video walkthrough!

By Eric

current rating 4.08

Scribble

Categories: Action, Flash, Free, Games, Online, Puzzle   22 comments - November 14, 2006

Scribble NitromeScribble NitromeA new Scribble game (1) is live at Nitrome.com! Mat and his crew from Nitrome just released their sixth game this year, and this one rocks!

Let start from the beginning:

– Blots are small creatures made of ink that form from drips. They aren’t too bright and never look where they are going! They will fall and get hurt without your help!

– You have to guide Blots safely through each level to the end flags using your special drawing powers. Ink will appear wherever you click the mouse. Hold the mouse button down and drag to draw lines. Blots will interact with your lines as if they were solid scenery, so draw lines to help them walk over dangerous pits or up slopes. You can also block Blots by drawing vertical walls which make them turn in the opposite direction.

Scribble Nitrome– You only have a limited amount of ink that you can draw at one time so be careful how much you draw. This is shown in a bar at the top of the screen. Ink disappears after a while and the bar at the top of the screen refills. Be careful to make sure your Blots are safe when your lines disappear. Move your mouse cursor to the edge of the screen to scroll the level around. This will help you to keep track of your Blots.

– A number on the flag(s) at the end of the level shows how many Blots you have to get there in order to open up the next level. If you get all the Blots to the flag(s), the level will automatically end. You can also use the “end” button to kill any Blots left on the screen that you can’t get to the end“.

After having read that in the very detailed and illustrated help section, you will find yourself immediately immersed in a world that reminds me of games like Sandman, another creation from Nitrome, or the famous Lemmings.

The first 5 levels are tutorial levels that slowly introduce you to the rules of the game. Designed to be easy, you may feel frustrated at the beginning, trying at the same time to keep your Blots safe, kill or block enemies, get keys to open doors, blow up bombs and more. But after a few attempts, you will find that it’s just a matter of time before you get used to the gameplay.

The next 20 levels are more challenging, featuring new enemies, new traps and multi-flags levels; none of them is too difficult.

I had hours of fun exploring the 25 levels of the game, and I was truly amazed by the professional quality of the game: from the colourful cartoon-like style to the great soundtrack, from the different theme used every five levels to the many varied enemies, everything is so well designed and thought out!

It happens sometimes that a Blot walk/fall through a vertical/horizontal line, if it was drawn too close to the Blot. It also happens that your Blots go backward instead of walking over the pit if your line is not fully connected to the ground. That being said, if you take your time and draw clean lines, everything should be ok.

Scribble saves your progress each time you complete a level, so you won’t have to complete the same level twice, unless you want to improve your best time.

Overall, Scribble is definitely one of these games that get you playing for hours and hours: so sad that there are only 25 levels available! Probably the best game released so far by Nitrome. Mat, if you’ve already started working on a sequel, keep going; if not, please think about it!

Have fun!

(1) – John Cooney released last August a game called Scribble: if the names are the same, and if you have to draw lines in both games, the mechanisms and the concepts are totally different.

By Eric

current rating 4.29

Feather Keeper

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Platform   4 comments - August 10, 2006

Feather KeeperFeather KeeperFeather Keeper is a brand new platform game developed by Emil Norrman and Tomas Unosson, from Sweden.

You are a blue farmer and the keeper of the feathers. Your job is to supply angels with feathers (for their wings). During a sunny day, Slack and her evil henchmen come out from the sky and steal all the feathers. Your mission is to chase Slack and get back as many feathers as possible.

Use the arrow keys to control your blue man (jump: up and crouch: down) and press X to fire. Collect feathers for bonus points, find keys to open chests and collect stars or balls for more points. Collect hearts to increase your energy and look for extra lives. Check the ammo container on the bottom left part of the game’s window and collect blue dots to refill it.

This Shockwave game is nicely polished, with very good graphics and animations. The electronic music is a bit annoying after a while, but you can easily turn it off at any time, just by pressing the U key.

Overall, with five different worlds and a total of 27 levels, more and more difficult, tons of bonus and power-ups, 5 timed levels and 5 different bosses to defeat, Feather Keeper is definitely not appropriate for a short break, and is another brilliant and addictive platformer. Have fun!

By Eric

current rating 4.33

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