Disaster strikes on a routine space mission! Can you escape and return to Earth?
Commander Morgan is in charge of delivering supplies to the Alliance space station. She arrives and discovers no one on the station is responding to her calls. Can you solve the mystery of the missing crew? Investigate the space station, search for survivors, and complete puzzles in order to return home!
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- Beautiful graphics bring the futuristic space station to life!
- Explore the space station and discover the mystery of the missing crew.
- Unique challenges: go on a spacewalk, use a mechanical arm, and build a jetpack!
- Solve devious puzzles and riddles!
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- Gather tools and items to help you survive!
- Memorable characters!
- It’s free! No registration, no hassles, just download and play.
Save the station and return home in Adventure Escape: Space Crisis!
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Ratings and Reviews
Adventure escape: Space Crisis
I really enjoy this game after first chapter. As long as the game has several more chapters that I can navigate the puzzles with some challenge I will stick with it. Have quit many games because they get so ridiculously hard they're not fun anymore. Once spent $5.99 for a "full" game after first chapter and turned out I was already halfway through and finished in a half hour tops. I like a game I can keep coming back to for a few minutes over several weeks or months. Willing to spend up to $20 for a good long full version, but think it's nuts to spend $50, $100 for games that aren't even unlimited.
I like the game, but there have been at least 2 glitches so far (that I've noticed) and one of them required me to skip the puzzle.
Near the beginning, when modifying the jet pack, it told me multiple times that the bottle needed fuel, even though I had filled it correctly. After redoing it a few times it finally worked. Not too big of a deal. However, the puzzle with the gears, the second placed gear (small) would not spin most of the time. Even when it would spin, the last one placed wouldn't contact/spin the upper right gear. I even looked it up, and in the video I watched it worked the first time, yet doing it the same way (even the same sequence) didn't work. So I skipped it. Luckily I had enough stars.
I've given it 3 stars because it's been pretty good otherwise.
Edit: added a star after finishing game. Though the game has a few issues, it's extremely creative and unique (to me at least). The time limits on the last puzzle irritated me at first, but I ended up enjoying having to race against the clock.
I thought this was the last game, but as luck would have it, 2 new games have been released in the last 2 days. Thanks Haiku.
Second Chapter- Unique
The puzzles are immersive, relatively quick to get the hang of, and the ones that aren't are all the more rewarding when you figure them out. The game asks you to review the game after the second chapter (under 15-20 mins of gameplay so far) for 5 free stars. This game is inspiring to me as a puzzle adventure game masked with Sci Fi immersion and a compelling story. Havent seen any character development or dynamics yet though-- you the player represent two characters: a male and female supply duo figuring out what happened to the ship. Overall the game is solid and they try to give you a merciful number of hints (at least so far)
- Haiku Games Co
- 156.6 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2016 Haiku Games
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.