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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


BlaiddDrwg77BlaiddDrwg77

Rated 5 / 5 stars

More challenging within a certain time limit.

Died after the 1st try, but figured it out in about 5 1/2 minutes on my 2nd attempt.



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.



MrNumbersMrNumbers

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent

I did it without the walkthrough! Hoorah!

To crwdryny below me: You only learn that in American schoolls, which still use farenheit as a measurement. Seriously, the rest of the world does metric, we don't learn to go back. Hard for the non american players ;-)

What, really, was the point of the other key?



MoltroxMoltrox

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game!

I liked a lot this game, but I have a question, is te compound U97 real or you just invented it for the game?


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

5:o1

what slowed me down was the tempature convertion...