“Castle Breakout, with its stunning photo-realistic 3D graphics and engaging set of puzzles, sets the highest new standard for the room-escape genre in 2016.” Some forge steel. Others do battle with swords.
"The game was epic. It is hard to find free games that are like this, devs did a good job designing the game.", by IReallyLikePizzas
Your task, as a security expert, is to make sure the castle is safe. Test the castle's updated security system, find the right clues and solve the challenging puzzles in this medieval escape game.
3D RENDERED GRAPHICS IN PHOTO-REALISTIC DETAILS
An experience so natural, you can almost feel the surface of each object.
INTRICATE CLUES AND CHALLENGING PUZZLES
Easy to begin, getting more complicated and hard to put down.
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Too much tapping
Graphics and music were fun.
Felt like I was tapping randomly the entire game trying to find hidden objects or zoomed in spaces. The puzzles weren’t really that difficult but had to get lucky sometimes finding zoomed areas / objects way too close to the settings, hints, menu buttons. I still think my favorite escape game is Rime. There were some rooms where the animals repeatedly glitched and did not work properly, leading me to just wandering around the room looking for a different clue in fact I already found it. Some of the rooms, such as the fountain, had solutions that didn’t make any sense or I couldn’t find the actual symbols to get out of the exit door. Luckily I guessed the symbols correctly. SPOILER: what was with that finish? Why is there a number 11 above the dragon head like it is level 11 when in fact it is nothing more than a fly through. It was a nice finish the city entire castle model but I had to go online to make sure there wasn’t actually something had to do to complete the level.
“E-moating” on a castle escape
I wasn’t too sure about this game at first, but it quickly grew on me. The locations were quaint and nicely detailed, the music was cheery, and the puzzles were uniquely fun to solve without being too hard (though I did have a couple of head-scratchers). Indeed I’m actually a little sad that there aren’t more levels, but I’ll be looking for more content from this dev, who, by the way, deserves credit for more responses to reviews than any other I’ve seen (some of them pretty funny, too). I appreciate that- it shows a level of caring that you can feel in the game, like the interactive feedback it prompts. My only question- and forgive me if this is just plain ignorant- the dragon flight level is just for fun and has no puzzle-solving element, right? Or am I missing something?
Developer Response ,
Wow, appreciate that amazing review!!! If only everyone talked like you do, haha.
So are we sad that there aren't more levels. Indeed we wish to produce more, but it takes that big coin jar, that we don't have at the moment.
Yes, the Dragon Flight is just for fun. You win $100 if you can think of a way to make it a puzzle...?!?!?! haha.
I will edit this when I play..!
All I’ve done is looked at the reviews and pictures, since my service is absolute trash and it doesn't download quick enough. Honestly, I can say it looks amazing, and so many people love it. It seems to be the exact kind of escape the room game I love. Puzzles that challenge you, but isn’t too hard, great graphics so you can actually tell what something is (I hate when you look at a box of matches and it looks like a piece of paper, no joke it happened...) And having multiple levels make it longer and more interesting, in my opinion. If I think highly of it now, I bet it’s even better when you play.
Also, I want to say that it’s awesome that you respond to the reviews, and it’s not just some automatically generated thing. I didn’t think anyone did that, but it’s great that you do! ^^
Developer Response ,
hi 558. You sure are shy, true to your name. Very, very shy. You're the first person to write a review without playing it, hehe. Nothing wrong with that - wish more people would do it. But please play the game now. The download is lengthy for sure and make sure you are connected to a wifi to avoid an extra cost. It starts downloading while you are playing the tutorial. So usually by the time you are finished with the tutorial - the next level will be ready to play. Have a nice day!!!
- Cloudburst Room Escape, Inc
- 162.7 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
English, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Urdu
- Age Rating
- © 2014 Cloudburst R.E.
- In-App Purchases
- set of 10 shield hints $0.99
- set of 20 shield hints $1.99
- set of 30 shield hints $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.