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Prison Escape

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Update: highscore system added.

It's World War II, you've been captured by the German SS during a covert mission in enemy territory. They transport you to a secret prison facility deep in Nazi Germany dedicated to extracting information from spies.

Your objective is to escape from the prison if you can! You have to move quickly or they'll get the information out of you or kill you.

You can move and use objects to get through different rooms.

Watch out for the guards, you can usually sneak around them if they are not looking directly at you.

27 levels in total, lots of puzzles and challenges to overcome.

'A' 'D' 'W' and 'S' keys to move left, right, up and down.

Move your character towards objects to activate them or to push them.

This game has an auto-save feature - so you can come back at a later time and continue playing.

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A great concept for a game, and there was real effort and skill put in here. Unfortunately, there are two main flaws:

1: You invest so much time into immersion, showing close-ups of your hero as a handsome, bold, silent protagonist at the hands of the cruel Nazis. But receiving a score at the end of each level breaks that immersion, reminding us that we are just playing a game. Same with the middle school narration from the hero.

2: It's either a stealth game or a puzzle game. It is difficult for it to be both. I could understand freezers and even rolling stones, but math puzzles? This seemed out of place and ruined the experience.

Uhh...

Really neat, a clever idea, but it's executed very poorly. Some of the levels are so difficult to get to because you can't even see where the guards are before they see you.

can you take out the water measuring game, it hurts my head.

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