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AN Escape Series #1

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Adventure - Point 'n Click

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Jan 29, 2007 | 9:29 PM EST

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This is the first in a series of escape mini-games I intended to make. Well, other things came up after finishing the first one so I'm releasing it for play. I'll return to these later this year.

PS- Be sure to explore EVERYWHERE



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

best time



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice little game.

The graphics were pretty good, better than what I could do.

The game itself although its a race to see how fast you can get out, would've been trickier if it had've been counting down, but I like the Time Trial way.

A scoreboard would be good too but meh doesn't matter that much.

I like the whole Saw style your trapped and you have to try and get out style games. A nice little part was the trunk, I tried for atleast a full minute to try and unlock the trunk with the ignition key (stupid me) but then I read the walkthrough.

I'll stop reviewing now because I fear I may tip-toe into the spoiler section, which I don't want to.

Nice Game AF!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


The game was pretty fun, which I actually find surprising, I don't usually like "point and click" games. Good job, I look forward to trying your other ones.

I got stuck on the trunk part for about 1 minuet, thinking that I had to turn on the "aux power" to activate the trunk because the guide said "special circumstances" but I'm happy I did it without having to refer to the guide :D


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good game, but the ticking got really annoying.

Fun game, i had trouble finding the knife. I think that next time you should leave out the code or at least tell us how many digits are in it.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Suspenseful game; I had fun.

Very suspenseful. The clock ticking did get on my nerves, but I guess I could've turned off the sound..or you could provide a mute function so I wont lose all the other sound effects.

The most difficult time I had was navigating the screen. For instance, when you're looking at the dash board components, the ONLY way to escape this view is by putting your mouse toward the bottom left corner. I should be able to click on the side of the screen in any direction. Many of the directional commands were this way, and made it quite frustrating.

Otherwise, very fun, can't wait to see your next installment. It's simple but challenging.