'My brother ate my pudding - escape room' Review: Funny Japanese Puzzle Game

Score: 7/10

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'My brother ate my pudding - escape room' Review: Funny Japanese Puzzle Game

Score: 7/10

Pros

  • Humor
  • Hints to help solve puzzles
  • Puzzles that can be logically figured out

Cons

  • Short
  • Ads are annoying

If you ever had a sibling, you can empathize with the sister as she discovers her pudding has been eaten. So starts the chase, and you play as the brother who hides from room to room in a series of amusing chuckles. There are references to folk lore and slapstick humor, but at the end of the day, this short game is an amusement to play from start to finish.

The game is easily played through, with 20 levels and 5 levels hidden in the random mode. You interact and pick up items by tapping on them, and you then watch as the sister comes into the room, who starts looking for you in a brief glance. Common escape techniques is hiding behind or inside objects, and some requires more thought such as needing to fish. As the game is short, there isn't much for me to speak of, as doing so will spoil the game. It is highly recommend to spend an hour playing this, if you have nothing else to do.

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Price: Free

 

 

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