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I woke up in a room... It is not locked and I remember everything. I'm a werewolf. Tonight I will turn and people will die, unless I find a way to prevent myself from escaping this place.
There IS a recipe for the potion in game :-)
To start off, I absolutely love the idea of taking a typical escape the room game and turning it completely backwards - even the title spells this out well enough to grab attention. I also love how pretty much everything the player does in this game is perfectly sensible; no secret compartment in the wall concealing an ankh that you wrap a dollar bill around and light on fire to reveal a secret QR code tattooed on your arm. The ending, telling how the werewolf got through each of your defenses and how effective they were, was a nice touch.
Another thing I appreciated was the use of red-herrings, like the potion with the mushroom versus the root (Could have thrown in another - when the recipe once said "hot dust" I was thinking ashes and checked the fireplace, and when I found the spices, they were obviously what the recipe called for). I noticed another - the opportunity to douse the meat in the potion rather than just drinking it and distracting the wolf with the meat. Too bad I discovered the options in that order, because suspending the meat from the hook didn't occur to me before I tried setting it down on a table, on the floor, then thought to cover it with the potion.
I feel I should mention that the floor is only accessible while facing the fireplace, which bugs me; looking around should not be counter-intuitive in one of these games. Could have also had some more options, like trying to use the table and chairs as a barricade or simply nailing the window shut, either of which might have created a weaker defense; more red herrings.
In conclusion: Excellent premise, logical gameplay, loved the multiple endings - could have been more ways to screw up and get a bad one, but I enjoyed this game more than most others of its kind.
This game is great!
Was tricky at first but after awhile, the recipe for the potion was obvious, it just takes some thinking! Great game!
You're tricky tricky, but I enjoyed it.
Short sweet and simple
the paper was confusing as can be, it didn't seem like there were 2 different pages
the window was also confusing since the lock is soo tiny. It's hard to lock/unlock it without opening the window.
Why did some items disappear after use, but others didn't?
This is one of the biggest things I noticed about the game; keep it consistent.
The game is rather fun no it's very fun but the problem is I followed the walk thought step by step but in the end the potion never works :( But besides that the game is amazing and well thought out. Good Job ^^
There is no game. Trust me. DO NOT PLAY!
A bonus episode of an anime-inspired series about an otaku turned dooms day survivor!
Time to find this Wizard of OZ.
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