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********* This is part 3 of a 3 part series. *********
Another night in the asylum, this time you at least had a nicer place to sleep. You have a few items that you have collected so far in your pack. Get up and get moving, figure out how to escape from this wretched place! Good luck and have fun!

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soulchick12soulchick12

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 3, 2014

sweet ending


selfdefiant responds:

Thanks. :)


123toytoy1243123toytoy1243

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 3, 2014

i love the ending i touch a ball and end up on the beach best plot twist ever



GeminateGeminate

Rated 3 / 5 stars August 2, 2014

Hmm, ended up on a beach. I already ended up outside by the water during the game. I am still stuck on the island, so I guess I never really escaped and have no where to sleep except the asylum. Hungry, thirsty and abandoned on an island, and with my antagonist gone, I will never escape and starve to death, but at least I have a nice ride...? You should try this all over again and have it be five parts, you can do better than this.


selfdefiant responds:

Maybe, I did get to the point to which it wasn't any fun. I would rather do drawn games. :)


chishionotenshichishionotenshi

Rated 2 / 5 stars August 2, 2014

The last puzzle in this is right up there with t=20. WHERE is the clue other than make a pretty picture with the moon and stars?

Other than that, this part feels like you ran out of ideas and dropped the mysterious person who left the players there and you just dropped us on a beach, because sand.

With all three played through, I can tell you need these things: 1. Full planning for all games at once, with a balance of puzzles throughout, 2. an over-arching plot, carried through to the very end, 3. better player guidance through object acquisition, and 4. a beta reader to catch your grammatical errors before they get in front of a larger audience.


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selfdefiant responds:

I'm not sure why no one is able to see the clue on the ceiling in the dining room. I think that's where it is. It's in plane view. :) The Grammar errors happen, most people don't make such a stink about it. They don't happen all that often. :)


screamindivr145screamindivr145

Rated 2 / 5 stars August 2, 2014

Disappointing. Some of the puzzles didn't make sense, unless you go over ever bit of certain rooms with the mouse you won't find some things you can click on, and it's not creepy at all. Sorry, but I've seen much better room escape games.


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