I compromised, of course. I posted, but I posted to Room Escape Artist’s review so that players will be warned ahead of time!

↓ Transcript
Panel 1 -
Errol: To be honest, I've been a a bit wary about posting my game.
Keren: Don't you want people to play it?

Panel 2 -
Errol: Not really. You know the subject matter, right?
Keren: Yes.

Panel 3 -
Errol: There are people who have cried after playing my game. They feel so gutted emotionally.
Keren: You should still share it.

Panel 4 -
Errol: How could I do that to people who are already on edge as it is because of COVID?
Keren: I'm sure people will be fine.


  1. I am embarrassed to say that I got stuck and calling Pel for her “final” solution didn’t help (although I solved one puzzle all on my own! Woo hoo!).

      1. For record, what I did play was fun – but I think my brain doesn’t work the same way (or I haven’t done enough of these types of games). When my guys were younger, I’d do a Easter egg scavenger hunt (clues inside plastic eggs). I would think all the clues were pretty easy/obvious… They (and their father) did not. Of course, on the flip side, they all come up with stuff that seems perfectly obvious to them and it’s not to me. Yay – different ways of looking at problems. I figure it just means that with enough people — we (as humans) can pretty much solve anything… 🙂

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