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-PURSUIT- will take your breath away, in this dramatic sequel to -TRAPPED-....
-ESCAPE- is the final part to the Trilogy and is out now!

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Reviews


QusaiSnakeQusaiSnake

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 6, 2014

Wonderful sequel, keep the good work up, I'll go to play the last part.



BlueJay056BlueJay056

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars June 12, 2014

God, Dialla is such a caricature of a girl. She won't put the oil on the lever because she doesn't want to dirty her nails? Not a problem a male protagonist would complain of. The puzzles are a bit difficult, although sometimes it's only because they don't make much logical sense.



BlackKitsune42BlackKitsune42

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 21, 2014

A better game than the first. Puzzle games are best when they stick to puzzles. Without the shooting sequence from the first game, plus more puzzles that require some think equals a good game.



K3rb3r0sK3rb3r0s

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 11, 2014

This was excellent, really like (in story terms) when Mickey dies and she becomes sad with his departure. Really hadn't seen this kind of effort into a flash game scene, so I was relatively amused and impressed at the same time.



ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 9, 2013

I really was pretty impressed by this. I think it's mostly because you have this game in such high spirits. I appreciate all the good voicework and everything else. It may not be too rewarding, but it's nice. Everything just seems so realistic. These really are the kinds of things you would find around your house. Some games can be weird like that.

I really could get some sympathy for the main character here. While not a classic, definitley great in terms of point and click adventure games. I can see why this won those awards. I am glad it is still popular. It's not in a single collection?