Not all heroes wear capes…. some prefer fluffy onesies.
The Office Quest is a point & click adventure for all you people who just cannot stay in the office any longer!
Solve challenging puzzles and riddles
Surprisingly handy objects + your beautiful sharp mind = a clear path towards freedom!
Look for the red light and use everything you’ve got to make your way out of the grey abyss called the office…
Discover sweet hints
Feeling stuck? Need a good laugh? Loads of delightful hints await to make your experience even better!
Meet hilarious characters
Be it your grumpy boss or annoying co-worker, it’s the people that make the office (as unbearable as it is). Trick them into letting you slip away!
So who feels like sneaking out early??
Ratings and Reviews
Just keeps getting worse.
I paid $2.99 for the short second chapter back when it released. I didn’t know if we’d ever see more of the game, but they finally added a third chapter. Only problem is, I had to replay the second chapter again. And they added an annoying memory game to it, where you’re blindly tapping on TV screens to see what’s on them, hoping you’ll find enough matches before you run out of the six attempts. It’s completely random each time so you can’t learn from previous failed attempts. And I can’t access chapter 3 until I pass this. This game started off interesting but it’s clear these developers don’t really know what they’re doing. I’m inclined to just give up and move on. I definitely won’t be giving them any more of my money.
Update: I finally got past that miserable puzzle and made some progress, but the game didn’t stay in my memory when I minimized it. When I continued, it loaded up right BEFORE that godd***ed memory ****! This is a torture simulator, not a game.
Update 2: Since I write about mobile games for a living, I spent the $2.99 on Chapter 3. I was enjoying it...until I hit a timed platforming section with terrible controls. Since the game doesn’t save mid-chapter, I can’t take a break and come back when I’m less angry and frustrated, because then I would have to redo everything up to that point. This game has interesting puzzles broken up with the worst and most annoying mini games. Just avoid it if you’re not a masochist.
Enjoyable gameplay but total greedy SCAM
Alright, I’m not usually one to review games but I must say: BUYER BEWARE (since they already have my money, I’m hoping I can save yours)!!! So you get the first chapter free. Decent game, I really liked it THEN it asked me to pay $2.99 to continue on to the next chapter. Mind you, there’s a “so so” amount of gameplay for the first chapter considering that it’s free, so I thought that was a fair price to pay to continue to “unlock” what I thought would be the rest of the game. BUT WAIT! Within maybe half hour of purchasing I finished that chapter to find out they hadn’t come out with the next part of the game!!! Wow. What a disappointment. I still kept the game on my phone hoping they’d create the next part soon, which they did, as I had gotten the game about a week ago before they added more chapters. BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE!! I started and finished the next chapter within the same hour today to find out I HAD TO PAY ANOTHER $2.99 TO UNLOCK ANOTHER CHAPTER OF THIS GAME!!! ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME?? This game is very enjoyable and fun, but it is not worth $6 or more!!! Especially the fact that you must watch 30 sec ads to get any clues, 30 SECONDS, which is quite a lot of time in the app ad world, so the game is already gaining revenue from that too. I’m beyond disappointed of the greediness coming from this company.
$2.99 a chapter for about 30 minutes of game play 😕
First, the game is quirky. The characters and style are fun and really the heart of the game. The puzzles are not exceptionally difficult which is fine because you want to see what is going to happen to the characters. Here is the problem, each chapter only takes about 30 minutes to complete and then you have to pay $2.99 for the next chapter. Now I got the game way back when it first came out. I enjoyed the free teaser chapter and paid $2.99 to get chapter 2 when it finally came out. That was a big leap of faith because it was MONTHS before chapter 2 finally arrived. To then play for 30 minutes and find that another $2.99 is required to play chapter 3 for likely only 30 minutes is just ridiculous and feels like a rip off.
- 11Sheep Ltd
- 739.3 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 11Sheep
- In-App Purchases
- The Office Quest Chapter 2 $2.99
- Chapter 3 $2.99
- Tiny bundle of hints $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.