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Nov 5, 2012 | 11:47 AM EST

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Empty Room Escape is a subkind of quest games, where you find yourself in a locked room. The room is almost empty and it's not so easy to find hidden places. Explore the room clicking on the different objects, find the items that can help you open locks and solve the puzzles.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Excellent escape game. I don't think the pixel finding was that bad in this game. I admit I had to look at a walkthrough for the letter puzzle... very nice.

I don't really like the way you have to back out of everything, but overall that's minor to a really good escape game.

krutovig responds:

I don't get it
>>have to back out of everything


Rated 4 / 5 stars

A letter to Krutovig.
You are a bastard. You are a complete and utter bastard, and I love it. God damn you! I saw the error, I saw it and I bloody well dismissed it. And then I thought, "oh well, my phone must be having a moment, I'll just google it" and lo and behold, the answers been staring me in the face the whole time!

You did a lot right on this one, but I do have a few complaints, (think of them as "suggestions"?). Firstly, too much pixelhunting. I know it's pretty much a staple of point'n'click, but it can be avoided, and looking at the quality of the rest of the game and the thought that must of gone into it, I'm sure you would be able to find a way around it.

The other complaint could either be more or less serious, depending on who you are. For me, it was fine, but for others it may turn a reasonably clever puzzle game into an incompletable challenge. I think this is why you've caught so much flack for the chair puzzle. Some of your puzzles are knowledge based, as in to complete them the player must know one piece of information or another. While this can be interesting, in the greater scheme of things I would say it proves inadvisable. Someone could be a genius, and still find themselves stuck because they don't know what they have to know. Other puzzle games that use information in this way, such as notpron, always give hints as to where to find the information, and actively support the use of google while attempting to find the answer. If you need certain information to solve a puzzle, you need to make it clear that extra knowledge is needed.

Apart from that, pretty damn good. Well done, I'm looking forward to more from you.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

This was an absolutely terrible escape the room game. Rule of thumb: pixel searching is not the same as solving a puzzle. Scouring the corners and sides of objects for the smallest sweet spot to click is not fun, nor is it "challenging" -- it's tedious, boring, and obnoxious.

2 stars for the effort that went into the graphics and the control system, but 3 star penalty for modeling your escape game after Where's Waldo.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like escape games, and this is a good one, I don't know if I'll be able to finish it without a walkthrough, though


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It took me way to long to figure out the letter cylinder thing, but that was my own fault. This game is truly amazing! I actually love that it took me over an hour to beat it. I highly recommend this game. It also took me a little while to figure out the sticker on the chair, since my phone couldn't read it, so that was my only complaint. Make the numbers a touch easier to read, maybe?

To everyone playing, don't give up! It is possible. :)

This game is a great brain teaser, thank you for creating it Krutovig & Stasy.

I have ADHD, and this game actually helped me to train my focus.

Great game!