Laqueus Escape 4+

SmartCode

Designed for iPad

    • 4.2 • 150 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

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.

What’s New

Version 1.6.6

Chapter 6 & 7 are added, Chapter 5 extended with loads of fixes and additions (including iPad aspect). A FPS rate is now raised to 60. The game is now complete, it's time to escape!

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
150 Ratings

150 Ratings

Cheryllayne ,

a lot of game for free + ads

This is an impressively full game to be ad-supported, so thank you for making it available without a price tag. There are lots of awesome puzzles. My favorite chapter was the one with the computer within the computer. These developers have many great games in their future. Criticism: The music is creepy. I was glad that the game wasn't creepy, even with the post-industrial aesthetic. I muted it though because of the creepy music. in Chapter 6, it became a little tedious going back and forth to places on the map repeatedly, up and down the elevator. My biggest criticism is not about the game, but about the Homicide Squad ads. It's really unpleasant to be interrupted to see a picture of a gruesome murder. What I liked most about the game is that it had puzzles and art as good as Glitch games, but without any horror (people are getting sick of horror games!!). If you had a narrative/story element to your next game, it will make it a full-fledged adventure. Thank you. Very good game. I just got the paid version after playing to support the developers.

pgk60 ,

Second review- It’s Fantastic

I thoroughly enjoyed this game - every level of it! And given that it is absolutely free WITH NO ADS all I have to say to you bad reviewers is “Shut up you babies!!!”

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FIRST REVIEW BELOW HAD TO DO WITH A GLITCH 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.

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Confusing

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.

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