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WALKTHROUGH: http://www.afro-ninja.com /walkthroughs.php

The second in a series of escape mini-games intended for release. Might be a while before you see a third one though

PS- Be sure to explore EVERYWHERE

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jerry7007jerry7007

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 23, 2010

55 seconds!

another great game to add to the escape series, although i found this one was a lot shorter and easier to figure out



DariusFanDariusFan

Rated 2 / 5 stars June 23, 2010

Oddly buggy.

The other games in this series I played so far seemed to work fairly well and were intuitive, if a little obscure sometimes.

However, on this one I ran into a roadblock as pocket watch would not open after following the obvious hint and even checking a guide to confirm it. Yep, that watch just wouldn't open despite doing exactly what I was apparently supposed to.

Either the game glitched or there is such a tiny, infinitesimal one-pixel wide spot that counts as the right 'code' that I would have to spend ages finding the right sweet spot. Honestly, that's not a very good design choice and only leads to frustration. The other ones were pretty fun though, once I figured out that looking at the ceiling was something you could do.


Afro-Ninja responds:

you probably have the hands backward :(


lemonzlemonz

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 23, 2010

im pro

i had to go on youtube to win yup im so good



TheProfGMoneyzTheProfGMoneyz

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 23, 2010

"4:31"

Hey, man, not half bad. Certainly challenging to the intellectual, but not impossible. Keep up the good work!


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LaogeodrittLaogeodritt

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 21, 2010

Nice little Escape game...

Nice little escape game. Nothing too hard, but still fun. The ticking clock adds a nice element of stress, even if there's no real time limit.

I only had trouble with the password... because I was thinking in terms of ISO dates (yyyy-mm-dd) and the "logical" increasing-magnitude order dd/mm/yy... not American-style short dates.


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