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Old City Escape

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You wandered along the coast looking for a place to spend the night. When you finally came across a small fortified city, guards refused to let you in. Caught red-handed while trying to sneak into the city, you got thrown in the jail. Now you have to escape from the cell and reach the dock. But the enemy ship is patrolling the sea. You'll have to do something about it.

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Pretty good, but there are a couple of problems. First, why are the components for the cannon strewn throughout the place? The guards must be lazy and disorganized for that happen. Second, why aren't there any guards around the watchtower the protagonist at like the ones at the church? It would've made more sense for guards to be watching for the enemy, especially since there IS an enemy ship patrolling unless the "enemy" is just the enemy of the protagonist due to being affiliated with the city's guards rather than being an enemy of the city the protagonist is in (am I correct in this presumption or am I wrong?). Other than that, the item placement makes sense, the puzzles are clever, the story is good (I do miss being the protagonist of the last three games though), and the game is overall good. Nice job!

Original ;)

Very nice point'n'click game, although it's very short.

Graphics are great! Music matches the environment and gives me a feeling of an adventure in a small town. Game play was logical and simple. Combination of objects makes perfect sense. Shooting the enemy ship took me some time, but I managed it. :D

@ognarev, you've to lure the bird to where the lights come in and where you're before getting its key.

I found it entertaining and the challenges were very simple but creative. It was kinda short, though...

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3.48 / 5.00

Oct 9, 2015
8:06 AM EDT