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BackDoor- Door 2

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Nov 28, 2016 | 11:12 PM EST
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Taking the offer of a mysterious person on the phone, you now find yourself navigating the winding paths of a strange, empty otherworld. These paths soon take you to a new world filled with danger, robots, and a job with intentions that are yet to be known.

(BackDoor- Door 2 is a sequel to a game I released back in 2013. I hope you enjoy it!

Controls are listed by mousing over the controller symbol on the top right corner of the game screen. There’s also a volume toggle symbol in the same location. A new feature for this game is that the controls are now configurable! They can be set in the options menu on the title screen.

As always, keep an eye out for Easter Egg things.)

EDIT: Here's a walkthrough for those who need it-



Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is probably my favourite game series of the whole flash universe. The humour, the dialogue, the easters eggs, the puzzles, the plot, the music, i can't find any problem.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very fun game! Great job! Please keep making more :)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'll give you an Easter egg advise.

After you finished helping Aert go back to the factory get some bucket of water then give some water to the robot wearing red t-shirt in the bar then after he gave something to you go to the park use the item on the chicken statue the go far right you'll find a door then you will meet someone!

Hope I helped!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simply excellent. Great continuity and wonderful puzzles that really make you THINK. The story is quite different and the pace of information being revealed is really fluent, keeping you constantly into it. I really loved this game, the clever puzzles, even the character controls are simply unique and once you get used to them, they are really fun! Personally, it's about and hour of gameplay. Lots of memory reliant puzzles and going back and forth between places and rooms. I also loved the fact that there was no constant instructions on what you need to do. Everything is incredibly interactive, so you're practically self-reliant! Overall a really fun and memorable little game. Thank you for this, and I'll be waiting patiently for door 3!

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