You wake up inside a magical cave, full of mysteries. You remember nothing, but you know one thing for sure, you need to escape! Escape Lala.
Escape Lala is a point-and-click adventure game / Escape room with a nostalgic feel.
Escape Lala is not the regular Escape the Room game, it is full of charming handcrafted pixel-art graphics and animations. And it contains puzzles with magical twists that take inspiration from classic point-and-click adventure games.
“Every now and then comes some title that reminds us of the times of LucasArts and Sierra .. Escape Lala made us relive that magic” – Paolo Paglianti (Tgcom24 – Mastergame)
Struggling with a puzzle? Look for the gold coins scattered around the cave and use them to reveal hints! Try to find them all and use them sparingly to get a better score at the end of the game.
– Discover the secrets of Lala – Collect items and use them to Escape Lala – Lovely pixel-art graphics inspired by the classic point-and-click adventure games from the 90’s
Miss the good old point-and-click adventure games? Then you’ll definitely love Escape Lala! – Steam
Demetrios is a quirky adventure game packed with tons of humor!
Bjorn Thonen, a slob of an antique dealer living in Paris, is robbed one night after coming home drunk. Forced to conduct his own investigation with the help of his neighbor Sandra, he ends up involved in a murky, mysterious affair. Will these unlikely heroes be able to rise up and discover ancient secrets?
A long, varied, standalone adventure (8 to 12 hours of gameplay)
The Point & Click and Visual Novel genres mixed together!
Over 15,000 lines of dialog
Hand drawn art in Full HD
A high level of interactivity
Fun mini-games throughout the story
Search for hidden cookies on every screen for optional puzzle hints!
The year is 1988. Adventure game developer Delores Edmund, on hiatus from her job at MMucasFlem Games, has returned to Thimbleweed Park for a quick vacation. While she’s home, she’s making some extra money as a photographer for the Thimbleweed Nickel News. Hey, game developers need to eat, too!
Thimbleweed Park hasn’t changed at all in the year since Delores has been away… or has it?
…Since when is the S&D Diner a five-star establishment? …When did the PillowBear™ become all the rage? …Why is Ransome the Clown suddenly winning humanitarian awards? …How come no one seems to remember that dead body that turned up under the bridge a year ago? …Can Thimbleweed Park get any stranger?!.
In a town like Thimbleweed Park, a side career in photojournalism is the least of your problems…
Delores: A Thimbleweed Park Mini-Adventure started out as a prototype for Ron Gilbert’s new point-and-click adventure game engine and grew into a fun little game. It is not a sequel to Thimbleweed Park and is probably missing all of the small bells and whistles that would make it a commercially viable game.
This was a challenging game to make because we had to use almost exclusively “found art” from Thimbleweed Park to create all new puzzles. Also because we couldn’t go outside IRL.
As a thank you to our fans, we are releasing it for free as something you can have fun with in these odd times. You don’t have to have played Thimbleweed Park to enjoy this mini-adventure. (But if you do enjoy it, why not check out Thimbleweed Park, hmm?) – Steam
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