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Aug 10, 2009 | 8:57 AM EDT
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The second in the 'Being One' escape series continues from where you left off, you escaped the life sustaining vat in the lab and electrified the Guardian robot!

Now you have to get out of here, make your way upwards and discover another level where the research is even more bizzare and bloody, it seems that they are researching vampires, but why? Only you can find out as you continue to escape from this hellhole...

16 Datapads to find.
8 Hidden Messages.
Walthrough link in-game!!

Hope you enjoy it, I am working on the next in the series already so feedback is always welcome and I will try to answer all comments!!



EDIT: Daily 1st place, WooHooo!! it may well have been a slow day but THANKS to everyone who has played, voted and rated, it really is appreciated!!



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The environment was quite dark. The hardest part wasn't finding the data pads and hidden messages with the UV light, but collecting eight blood samples. I had to go around different places a few times to find the last two test tubes.

The story was interesting enough to keep me going.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

great game! keep up the good work!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

logic doesn't come into play with this game i mean aliens vampires come on man what do you expect?! Nice work 5 stars!

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

You lost me at "vampire robot" that was a bit illogical.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A direct continuation of the previous game. It's slightly larger, and the only challenge is finding all the blood samples (which you need to complete the game). The puzzles are insultingly easy - there's actually no way to make a wrong move or miss a certain message in a certain place because the game doesn't let you. Even with the message that you need to re-arrange, there is no possible way to put a piece in the wrong place. This left me feeling disappointed.

I thought the storyline took a slightly silly turn. I can cope with waking up in a vat having been altered with alien DNA, but adding vampires to the mix as well I think is too much. Still, it is a big change in pace for most point and click games, and for that I give it credit.

I'm feeling a bit mean for rating this a 3.5 and the previous game a 4, because it is after all more expansive than the first. I'm just feeling that the first game hinted at more potential than this, and I can't rate a point and click game any higher when it doesn't technically have any puzzles.

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