Don't question why. Just open the doors and escape!
Simple yet fatally addictive
See through the tricks and find hints for your escape!
Never-ending battle of wits against the developers
Be careful, though: one mistake can cost you everything.
※※ Features ※※
- Various themed backgrounds
- Evolving difficulty levels
- Stage expansion through constant updates
- Superior graphic quality never before seen in the Escape genre
- Free Game Coins are given away at certain intervals
- Intuitive UI and inventory
- Absolutely free to play!
※※ Tips ※※
- Don't miss even the slightest detail! Even a scrap of paper can be a hint.
- Obtained items can be examined, dismantled, and compounded for new hints.
- Think outside the box. Sometimes, it pays to follow your gut instinct.
- Use common sense.
- Stay alert and listen. Sometimes, sounds can help you successfully escape.
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Minor Bugs Fixed
Ratings and Reviews
Simple But Good
This is an example of an iOS puzzle done right. The puzzles for each chapter go from simple to incredibly complex and require mental skills all across the board. From inventory puzzles to logic puzzles you gotta use everything you can to escape the room. There isn't a story and in the case of this gams it really doesn't need one. It gives you everything you need. The need to pay to play the harder rooms in each level and to spend just as many coins for the hint system is wonky but you get 20 coins every ten minutes if you sit through an ad so it's doable even without paying, but I'd honestly suggest buying some once or twice, not to get puzzles faster but to support the developers. Some puzzle game series on here, like the Grim Facade or other Big Fish adventure games, toe the line of too immersive to mess around for a couple seconds but too formula to really give all of your attention. This is a game that knows that you just want a simple puzzle to spend a few minutes on and it delivers.
Rude review for rude devs
I’m pretty good with puzzles and figuring things out on my own. But when you throw a player in with no instructions or tutorial whatsoever, with zero items to work with, maybe being condescending to them when they ask for a hint is not the way to go. Just a thought. Example: “There’s a lock at the bottom of the door. Pay attention, will you?” Well, excuse me if I already clicked all over the room with no result! There’s no need to be so rude! I already get enough condescending nitwits at work. I don’t need it when I’m trying to enjoy a game (though calling this a game is laughable). I almost deleted it right then and there. It didn’t take me long to stop, though. The slot machine door is what did it for me? Really? Luck doesn’t belong in a puzzle game. Hey devs, if you’re so smart, why didn’t you realize this? If you’re so smart, why didn’t you realize that tapping on a door to leave the room doesn’t count as a puzzle (first level). How this “game” got good reviews is beyond me. Zero stars!!! If you want a REAL puzzle game, try Faraway (it’s a trilogy). Better graphics, better sound effects, nice music (Really, devs? Silence?), a story, and (get this) ACTUAL PUZZLES!!! Faraway is MILES better than this tripe!!!
Very Difficult Very Quickly
The game starts out fairly simple and easy to solve, but it quickly gets incredibly difficult. The items that you need to find and pick up are easy to find and pick up, but when it comes to solving for the codes that you need on the different keypads it often is very difficult and obscure as to how you determine the numbers you need to use.
There are walk-throughs online if you Google Doors and Rooms and list the room number you are looking for. But, even though I read through many of the walk-throughs it was still often difficult to tell how they arrived at the numbers. But, you don't have to understand how they get them, you just have to enter the numbers in the walk-throughs.
I finish the game just to say I had done it, but that would not have been possible without help from the online walk-throughs. My hat is off to anyone who is able to do it without those walk-throughs.
- gameday inc.,
- 173 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Gameday Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- 100 Coin $0.99
- 250 Coin $1.99
- 600 Coin $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.