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Daily Escape 34

Darakeguma - Daily Escape 34 is another Japanese point and click type room escape game developed by Darakeguma. In this game, you try to escape the room by finding items and solving puzzles. Good luck and have fun!

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A hammer lying
Underneath the stone table
Will be needed twice.

A saw is hiding
Behind a wooden panel
Middle row of shelves.

Solid slab of wood
Transforms into a ladder
When the saw is used.

Exit door revealed
Needs handle for completion.
Look down from table.

Ladder up to shelf
Hammer breaks block holding key
Unlock door and leave.

(It's snowing on Mt. Fuji.)

Very quick game.... as long as you hit the right pixel.

Very quick game.... as long as you hit the right pixel.

waking up + breakfast + coffee + Darakeguma = a great start of the day.

Quick one

Aaaaah Seraku, wonderful. I love the rythm in that one! Thank you.
The game + the falling snow must have inspired you. Great. :))

Hi, @arrie! I appreciate the kind words. (:

Although, sadly there is no actual falling snow near me for inspiration. We will not see that kind of weather up here in the Pacific Northwest for at least four months.

Rather, I was simply making a reference to the Internet meme that all haiku must include the line about Mt. Fuji, irrespective of syllable count or relevance to the poem.

Fantastic haiku-through, Seraku!

Wonderful job Seraku - thank you :-)

I appologize, Seraku.
I didn't recognize it as a special style of poem. I have heard of the word Haiku.
You tought me something, thank you.

A Haiku must keep
syllables five, seven, five
In lines one, two, three

Thanks, Seraku. Lovely Haiku. No snow in Atlantic Northeast either.

yes, I read about Haiku now. Makes the WT even more special. Well done, Seraku.

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