This is a point and click adventure game.
Are you the key master? The key master has given you a Master Key! Use it to unlock the doors and pass any level, but remember you only have one!
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Challenge yourself and see if you can make it to the TOP!
Advance to the next floor by solving the puzzle!
a lot levels of puzzles are waiting to be solved!
The purpose of this game is to break out of the rooms. Solve the puzzles and find all the hidden objects that you have to use in the rooms in order to advance to the next floor.
Challenge yourself in this fun, addictive, free and popular puzzle game.
-Addicting mini puzzles!
-Complete utilization of your iPhone and iPod features!
-Gorgeous graphics and different themed floors!
-Constant updates of New Floors!
-Features mini escape games which are perfect to kill your free time
-All stages selectable
-Addicting mini puzzles!
-Gorgeous graphics and different themed rooms!
-Constant updates of New Rooms!
Make sure to contact us if you have good ideas for new Floors! :)
- How to Play -
-Unlock the door to get to the next level.
-To do that, pinch, poke, shake, tilt, swipe the on-screen images, to find a way to solve the puzzles.
-You can pick certain items up and use them from your inventory.
-For the first floor, tap the green elevator button to open the door. Tap the green arrow behind the door to go to the next floor.
-For Floor 2, swipe the trashcan to move it aside and tap the green arrow button behind it. Tap the button in your inventory and tap the grayed out arrow above the red arrow. Tap the green button once it is placed to open the door.
-Hint for Floor 4: What is the opposite motion of pinching?
Enjoy the rest of the game!
Unique brain teasers
Challenging logic puzzles
Easy to start – impossible to put down
Outside of the box thinking
How to play
Find and combine items
Good luck and have fun!
Ratings and Reviews
Decent game... but has some flaws
You can’t save your progress. So if you figure out some puzzles and need to step away, be prepared to do them all over again.
Much of the graphics aren’t very good. A lot of detail went into the rooms, but there were a few places where I’m just poking at my phone until I finally found hot spots. Not very intuitive.
Some of the puzzle solving made no sense, like you pour oil on a chair and put the paper on the chair to get your next puzzle. It would have made more sense to use the razor a second time and cut into the chair to find a piece of paper with your next clue.
I did like that you couldn’t solve a puzzle until you found the clue first. That was nice to know when you had the clue or not. You didn’t know for sure of course, but eventually I moved on.
Not the BEST, but a decent amount of random puzzles to get you thinking.
So, my husband and I are big fans of escape rooms. I thought I’d tryout an app for fun.
This was quite a difficult one.
The issue being that you must click sometimes multiple times for the clue to activate. Also, typically escape rooms have you go room by room, once escaping from room A, then you go to room B, and clues you find can be used for room A and B, and vis versa. These clues are scatttered. Also, no music or sounds for the clues... also, no options for clues. Which is an issue when a object you already clicked on does nothing and you move on. And then go back just clicking everything and it activates...
positives: entertaining, when you’re done with a clue it disappears.
Negatives: no saving your progress, no background music, delayed activation of clues.
Hard to spot clues
Some of the clues I would click on by mistake looking for something else because the item didn’t even look like what it was intended to be. It’s not a huge problem except for when I’m stuck and have to click on every inch of my screen ‘just in case’ I missed something obvious, and the developer used shades and shadows to distract from the clue but the problem is there’s no obvious base to start from so I had no idea why certain things were placed were they were because the relation to the clue was either drawn too poorly or the developer assumed a baseline was there for users - but, not everyone thinks in the same manner. Doi.
Some clarity would help.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.