You find yourself in a strange place. How did you get here? Is there a way out? You must look around, find clues, use random objects and solve puzzles to make your way out in this escape room game.
Chapter 3 is added, escaping is even harder this time! Checkpoint system is introduced to save you progress...
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Frustrating but fun
Enjoyed this escape game but was frustrated with the last puzzle. Couldn’t figure out the 2 numbers for the bench looking thing on the green electric thing with the numbers. I’m sure that doesn’t make sense but I don’t know how else to describe it. I finally just guessed and got it. It was a quick 2 chapters but I’m excited for more chapters. If they cost money, I will not be buying them. The game wasn’t that good. Free with some ads, I’ll take it.
Seems like a good start to an escape game. My main complaint is the last puzzle, and the eventual hints for it. Honestly the last hint acts like “oh duh this is so obvious” except the answer is not easily figured out simply because the developer does not seem to realize algebra has rules. Ok so A+B+CxD is totally different from (A+B)+(CxD), and without those parenthesis in the correct spot, the second formula is what you want people to figure out btw, no one is going to just know to “multiply first!” as your hint states. Seriously this is not a good way to make a game harder it is just obtuse, and frustrating. Also if you want people to know what the two W’s are supposed indicate maybe make the purple light a purple W instead of a blue W, also this just makes more sense. Basically if you want a game to revolve around logic based puzzle solving you as a developer have to follow certain rules of logic as well. Colors for clues, and the objects they represent, or the way the clue/object look like the W for watts, need to match exactly, or if you expect someone to solve a math problem state the correct math equation on the clue, seriously things like that make or break games. Otherwise a good free game no doubt it has potential, just needs polish.
Can’t back out of close up
In the third room, on the side of the green central tower with the keypad and three stacked doors, the center door “AV” is opened and you move in closer to press the button. Something is activates some where. All good so far. Let’s back out and see what happened. You press the white ‘back out’ button in the lower right to return to the greater environment. But you don’t back out. Instead the red button is pressed again. There is no wiggle room to reposition the screen so as to press the white navigation button and not to press the red button repeatedly. The only way out is to exit the game and relaunch. Whatever the red button is moving when pressed is impossible to ascertain. I’m enjoying the game. Please fix this.
Other than this show-stopper it’s a fun time.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.