Even if it's not for profit, Afro Ninja can market a game through a nifty preview. This is also a fantastic satire about escape-themed point-and-click graphic adventures, with or without the preview.
There were a few idiosyncrasies and even mild foul-ups when mixing the sounds, etc., but since very few designers around here have film experience, "Trapped in an Escape Game" actually set a new standard, the meter-stick with which its successors are judged. I can't think of a better compliment than that.
so funny.. great job!
Every time I play a game where you escape something I'm like "wtf" until I look UP!
he got stuck in there with the bad smell lmao cant wait for the game
thats how i feel when i play escape games.. for some reason i question the logic of them all!! curse you escape games!