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Urban Survival Escape 2

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rated 3.39 / 5 stars
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Adventure - Point 'n Click
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adventure
survival
escape
survive

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Jul 25, 2014 | 9:52 PM EDT

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You made it your first night alone after your house was destroyed. Today you need to asses the situation and figure out how how bad it really is out there. Good luck and have fun!

Reviews


renapgrenapg

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love my chicken, she gave me an egg but I can't wait till I can cook her on my new grill. Feeling kinda bad as I just stole it, but I think I'll get over it.
Had no problems with 'bugs', so I'm feeling pretty good.
As you have come to guess, I like the many chapters, many games one area built on existing area. Calling crafty old lady Thema, hoping she has another chicken in mext game. I really wanna cook a chicken.
Good game play, ver methotical and thought out. Yay Mom for the text and the packing away of the meds.
Forever escaping,
Your Game Stalker



CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Hehe, "Today you need to asses". Well, tis a pretty good sequel, puzzles all with slightly more challenge; story that keeps progressing. Good part.

-cd-



123toytoy1243123toytoy1243

Rated 5 / 5 stars

they just get better



tadametadame

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It took me quite a while to find the second battery. It makes sense to check with the radio after I watched the walk through. But, what to do with the chicken, the stove and the gas? Hint: go back to your place.

I don't know why I couldn't fill the empty bottle with the water. Well ...



BulkingtonBulkington

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Keep up the good work. I'm really enjoying this idea of using the same environment for successive games. The design and ambiance are very engaging.

Also, I'd like to commend user "ailezxz" for posting a very amusing review:
"Today you need to asses"

The sentence, "Today you need to asses" lacks punctuation and correct spelling, which creates a delightful question: what idea did user "ailezxz" actually intend to communicate? I think there are 2 possibilities, both made possible by adding a single letter in a different place:

1. Add an "s" to the end of "asses". This results in the phrase, "Today you need to assess", which still doesn't make much sense, but is at least somewhat comprehensible.
2. Add a "w" to "to". This results in the phrase, "Today you need two asses", which also doesn't make much sense, but is at least terribly funny.

Thank you, user "ailezxz" for your contribution. While completely inscrutable, your review was also stimulating and entertaining.