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Nov 19, 2007 | 11:12 AM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place November 20, 2007

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WALKTHROUGH: http://www.afro-ninja.com /walkthroughs.php. For anyone curious on why this took so long to bring to NG, check out my latest user-page post

Escape #3, The Phonebooth. A little different from the others, focusing more on the phone itself than finding items. But don't worry, there's some of that too. Big thanks to Josh and Jason of KT-Records for hooking me up with an opening theme, and ending theme (Afro-Ninja theme song). Check out their stuff!

www.ktrecords.newgrounds.
com. Also, special thanks to TheSwain and Maus for their voice talents!

Reviews


Dante2902Dante2902

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 24, 2014

This game is really hard.



ErichoEricho

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 16, 2014

All this time I was wondering what AN stood for and I figured it out. It's obviously Afro-Ninja! I thought maybe it was a big "an". This game was harder than I thought. It's nice that you included the walkthrough. I didn't know this series was around at 2007. I thought the artwork was pretty good.

This is the first escape game where you have binoculars. I don't know how that will get you out of this. It really is pretty unique for you. It's hard when there are no items or anything. At least it was different.



Twipi94Twipi94

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 24, 2014

My favorite in the series. Again, afro-ninja makes the best escape games.



KibateKibate

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 8, 2014

I love such word games at the end, because with a bit of logic(and knowing english of course haha) you can beat it without looking up the quote.



GretgorGretgor

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 24, 2014

Excellent escape game. I love how you can make such tiny confinements into such intrincate games.

The best part about this point n' click challenge is probably the role of the telephone, and how we need to be constantly interacting with it in order to make things happen in the surroundings. Escaping requires cleverness and attentiveness to the environment around the booth, pretty cool.

Also enjoyed the word drop a lot.