"iEscaper!" is an escape adventure game.
Beware! You might not make it out alive.
-Many original settings true to real-life Japan
-A beautiful “Japanese-style” world in 3-D graphics
-Simple display screen with touch operation
You sneaked into the enemy ninja's lair to steal their secret scrolls.
You succeeded but are now caught in your enemy's trap.
Your goal is to escape the ninja's lair. Locked inside, your only means of escape is to find the hidden items and solve the puzzles. Simply tap the screen to discover what is concealed.
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Fixed some bugs.
Ratings and Reviews
I beat this game the day I downloaded it. Not to brag, but to let you know that it may not be worth 2.99. Three, thought out and challenging levels that are sure to keep you occupied for at least a few hours (or a few days according to some other reviews). Bottom line, it could be worth your money depending on how long it takes you to beat it.
Hint to you all, inspect all of your items closely(tap on them), and remember that shaking the iPhone might do something!
Edit: there are 2 ways to win on the last level, one is better than the other
Don't pass by this game
First was a bit sceptical on how it would play but with time came to be a really good game. You start out in a ninjas lair only to find your stuck here and must find a way out. The interactions are great and figuring out the puzzle gives you a good sense of accomplishment. The gripe here is at times could be a bit frustrating on what to do next. An update with like a hint button for those who find it a bit frustrating at times. Overall a 5/5 A must buy if you want to try something different but really fun at the same time.
Short pixel-hunt game
I'm normally the first one to applaud short adventure games that have good, clever puzzles in them. This one, however, fails on both counts.
For one, it is very short. I have not finished the game but I've discovered through other means that it has only three rooms ("levels") in it. One could conceivably finish the game within a half-hour if he/she knew what he/she was doing.
On the second count I have considerably more to say. I enjoy games that make you think, but when you've gone past thinking and are stepping into the realm of frustration to the point of tapping every possible pixel on the screen, hoping for some sort of reaction, you know the game has gone too far. Add on top of this puzzles that simply don't work (see the "monkey" puzzle in room #2 for a prime example) and you've got a game that ceases to be a game anymore and just an excuse to look up walkthroughs.
I applaud the effort, but for $2.99 I expect a longer game that has puzzles that make sense and work when they're supposed to.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.