Abandoned Ship Escape 5

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Eat!!!! 5 Points

Eat some grub!

Escape! 50 Points


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********** This is part 5 of a 5 part series! **********
It's day 5 on the Abandoned Ship and strange things are going on. You woke up in a strange place on the ship with a mini fridge and note attached, it's time to get up and get moving! Good luck and have fun playing!

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I loved the ending!

SD. I must say that I enjoy playing your games more that other Escape games. Maybe it's the logic behind it. I also must say that your games get tough at times, and that is good. I like your games such as this one because of the animation, like jungle, beach, pirate, ranch, etc. Anytime I search, I always like the series games which sometimes it takes me all freakin night..LOL. Keep up the good work my friend as I am addicted. Thank you, and look forward to more.

selfdefiant responds:

Thanks! I appreciate hearing this! :)

I won't lie, I ate all the food on my first try, lol. Good Puzzle/Escape game as usual, and I'm finding that either the puzzles were too easy this time around (since it is one of your earlier submissions), or I've adapted to the types of tricks and clues that you would incorporate into your games. ;-)

Ahh, so that's how you arrived in space! Didn't realize the Space Survival Escape was a sequel to this! Somehow, this abandoned ship feels like a much more serious scenario than the other one... guess it's the indoor locales and the lack of other people that does it. Good game.

Btw, looks like this is the first game you added medals on? Any plans on revisiting the ones you've already submitted with medals? Think I've finally caught up with all your escape game medals now. :) Looking forward to what groovy new adventures appear this year!


I enjoyed exploring through hidden passages which were different from the previous episodes. Puzzles were easy to solve if you had paid enough attention to the letters and numbers on the wall. c:

Why the tool used to attract the key looked exactly the same as the one for activating the portal?

I felt a little lost with the portal idea on an abandoned ship.

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3.75 / 5.00

Aug 15, 2014
5:36 PM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click