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Reviews for "Escape from Crystal Lake"

Always have, and always will love this game. Playing it for the last 10 years and continuing!

liking the atmosphere a lot

Is the knife going trough the masks eye in the loading screen a reference to the friday the 13th NES game?Oh wait Jason looks just like the one from the Nintendo game.

Love it!!! the graphics, gameplay, everything ;D

found this while i was trying to find another game... wha? just find a place to sleep? nooooo. i don't wanna sleep here. sleeping in my car is safer, stupid game! godammit! anyway... (okay, so my car gets busted up... i still think it was safer.)

movement system takes a bit to get used to. it's different, but different isn't always bad, just a little confusing at first, though i would prefer some sort of back arrow to being forced to use the Move Box. liked the paper quest, since it wasn't too hard, esp the reward. might have to play that NES game some time if it's really anything like that. thanks for machete too: guessing it's better than the bat, since one hit stun.

i too appreciate an adventure game that can actually kill you (at least occasionally) rather than one that plays it totally safe. that was pretty damn fun. haven't played Escape from Elm yet, have to do that some time. was actually expecting Freddy to show up in the middle of the game, despite the fact that it seems to take place sometime between the end of movie 1 and 4. anyway, thanks for the fun.

oh, and great music too. that made the experience that much more satisfying.