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Jun 18, 2010 | 2:53 PM EDT
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Number 5 in the escape series. Think fast because hypothermia kills.

I re-wrote the engine in AS3 and tried to make subtle improvements to the interface and interaction with the game. Let me know what you think!

Reviews


alexes98989alexes98989

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pretty good

Takes way too long to die. If anyone avoids these games because of the urgency of being timed, don't worry, because you have 20 minutes to finish this game. I had to use the walkthrough for the circuit board, I didnt understand it but I suppose other people did. And I wish you had included the conversion sheet, to keep things in game so we wouldn't have to google it. I applaud the use of basic math, it was very easy to figure out otherwise.



onewhoonewho

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game

Great game

I did have one issue. The math problem; it wasn't that the problem was hard, but I couldn't figure out the formula to convert temperature from C to F.



NeoCraniumNeoCranium

Rated 5 / 5 stars

27 Minuets; 47 seconds.

Great challenge. Frustrating but still fun enough to play. Perfect mix, 10 / 10.



DeathwishezDeathwishez

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice.

I finished in 2.58 minutes.

Also, what's the silver key for?



crwydrynycrwydryny

Rated 5 / 5 stars

good allround game.

in all honnestly it's a well made game makes you think on your feet knowing you have a time limit with many tricky puzzles,
the only thing I can think of to improve on it is maybe making it a bit longer to give that added sense of urgency, maybe one or two more puzzles or maybe adding an alternitive route to compleating the game (just a couple of thoughts)

and as for the people complaining about the math, if one exceptionally simple sum is really all that hard for you stop wasting your time playing games and go to *expletive deleted* school and pay attention maybe you'll be able to add a couple of numbers, then convert it (by multiplying then dividing and adding another number) you know something most 5 year olds can do with little problem