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The lost planet: Kepler-186f

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rated 3.08 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Adventure - Point 'n Click
Tags:
space
alien
si-fi
kepler-186f

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Uploaded
Aug 31, 2015 | 12:40 PM EDT

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The lost planet: Kepler-186f is the 38th point and click escape game from crazy escape games. A team of astronomers has sent to explore the lost planet: Kepler-186f, planet that may have potential for mankind to live. You will soon discover that you’re not the first astronaut from planet Terra to come here, find your team and explore new environment in order to complete your missions! Good Luck and Have Fun!

Reviews


jeeka17jeeka17

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

graphics are awesome! I wish it was longer though.. pretty simple except charging the tool - had me baffled!



tadametadame

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Excellent background graphics! I like the other view in dark and green when the sunglasses were put on. Yet, I couldn't see some of the arrows until I deselected the sunglasses. To do so, one has to click on anther inventory slot.

Game play was more challenging that I thought. Thanks to the walk through, I didn't know I had to charge up a tool before I used it. I thought I had to press the buttons in a particular order to light it up. Also, I wouldn't have thought about catching an insect to fill that flower although I knew I had to do something about the flower.



Thony-HedgehogThony-Hedgehog

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Really, you used music from Turok on N64?



Sammycat17Sammycat17

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not a bad game, funny to see creatures from the Monster Hunter Series in there. Might want to make it possible to unselect the item since I had to give up and restart when I put the glasses on and couldn't take them off. And yes I did use them to solve the puzzle, I just thought they might reveal more clues and got stuck with them.



truthinsufferingtruthinsuffering

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Got through it pretty quick, but not a terrible game. Most of the puzzles were pretty simple, the charge time was kinda a pain it seemed to take up a good portion of the game.