Abandoned Ship Escape-3

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******* This is part 3 of a 5 part series *******
You made it through another night on the abandoned ship. You're not quite sure what happened on the ship but the clues you have found are leading you to believe that something strange happened to everyone. Keep exploring and see what you can find!

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And here is one of those flash entries that you have effectively put fourth effort and comes with a good start of showings, so nice work there, and thats what I look forward too, And this is even capable of making the best of it, with more great stuff, but you have already brought things good here, some decent quality and so on, I really like what you have going here. So keep making fun games like this one.

As I have always mentioned about this series of games you have ad medals it will bring some excitement.


Aaand it's another entertaining segment on the abandoned ship saga! Really would be a whole other atmosphere with real footage, like the asylum games (don't think I've seen one of those yet that takes place on a ship?), but otherwise well done. Onto the final day...


I found this episode quite difficult to solve and I couldn't finish it without watching the walk through. First, I wouldn't expect to turn over the compass to find a clue. Second, I got a little confused about what to do next after getting a wrench because there were two issues at hand - the power panel was off and how to cross the water. It turned out I had to used it to get a board from the kitchen. Third, it took me quite some time to figure out what I could do with the black and golden keys. I'd appreciate if there were some hints for that. Testing keys in the darkness wasn't a fun thing to do.

wow suspense

selfdefiant responds:


"Nothing happens, something is missing" shouldn't still appear as a message when examining the fusebox... and it would have been very helpful if the purpose of the penultimate key had been more clearly telegraphed to the player, there are too many locked doors that it could have been for!

But overall a nice edition.

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3.83 / 5.00

Aug 13, 2014
4:12 PM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click