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King's Escape

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You were visiting Paris, sightseeing museums, theaters and restaurants. Walking through the city, you stumbled on a palace that intrigued you.
However, visits to the palace were forbidden. But that didn't stop you to sneak into the palace through the window. Meanwhile, a passer tipped off police that the burglary occurred. You don't have a lot of time. Find another way out of the palace, or you'll spend the rest of your journey in prison.

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Another cool point and click types with some mysterious elements but I had some fun here on this game

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Pretty nice, but some things don't make sense. First, who closed the door in the beginning of the game? That door in particular leads into a small room that leads into underground, not outside where the authorities are trying to get in from, thus someone (a fellow burger perhaps?) has to be ahead of our protagonist rather than nobody at all. Second, why is there a gear in some pudding and why does the pudding look like jello? Neither make sense. Third, Why the complex and convoluted puzzle involving hidden billiard balls, paintings, and the billiard table itself all just to hide a gear? Whoever owns the palace has a really weird sense of humor if it was just all for kicks. Fourth, why is the key to the underground take a very long time to access? Underground passages should be easily accessible for the castellans to escape invaders in, especially during times of war, not be hard to escape to. Other than that, I have to say that the game is overall pretty good, the puzzles are a bit challenging (especially the billiard ball one), and the story is pretty nice. Good job on this one.

The billiard puzzle took me forever to figure out. But i got there in the end and now i've escaped and it only took me an hour

I didn't quite understand the billiard puzzle. Maybe because I was trying to figure out how to use the patterns to get the balls in the holes and not trying to visualize a shape instead.

The billiard puzzle would have made more sense if the order was blue, red, yellow green....

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3.74 / 5.00

Uploaded
May 8, 2015
4:12 AM EDT