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Sneaky Mars Mission 2

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Eat! 10 Points

Eat!

Radio 10 Points

Fix the radio

Missile Command 25 Points

Load the missile

Tape it 25 Points

Fix the gas leak!

Sleep! 50 Points

Sleep!

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*********************************** This is part 2 or a multiple part series! ****************************************

It's your second day awake on the tiny ship taking you to Mars. You will be arriving soon, before you get there you have some tasks to complete. Good luck and have fun playing!

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Another exciting day on the journey to Mars! Suitable difficult puzzles; tasks, not too long, and I'm really digging the background music in this one series, it lifts the tension a bit. Good game.

-cd-

I noticed that you've been uploading games from a new site called Yo Escape for all your 2016 submissions. Hopefully the Sneaky series did not end, and you'll still continue to upload games from MeltingMindz and Odd Soul as well.

selfdefiant responds:

Yeah, they will continue as well.

I love the sneaky games, and this game was no exception. Also, did anyone else notice that it said injured instead of die? Say @robozoid yes or no in your review if you did.

These games have become a guilty pleasure of mine as a point-n-click fan.

Sure they may not have the depth and complexity as some other showings in the genre (another reviewer mentioned scriptwelder whose games I love), but they're a consistent light-hearted showing that never fails to kill a bit of time. The prolific release schedule is excellent for keeping oneself occupied between the more ambitious endeavors by other authors on the site. The cartoony graphics keep with the fun atmosphere.

A bit more effort into making the song loops just a bit longer and taking some risks puzzle-wise, plus reining in the odd 'pixel-hunt' problem (the available walkthroughs are a great help but it's always a little disappointing to have to resort to it) and these games could really shine. As they are, they're a perfectly fine little diversion.

selfdefiant responds:

Thanks! I appreciate your thoughts.

Omg to find the toolbox's code was a nightmare! Great game tho!