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August 26, 2008

escapers #05 space

Escapers #05 space is a new addition to the fine japanese escapers series, which is moving to space now.

30 comments:

rstyle said...

i noe, it's silly...

but i am the first to post! LOL!

Rstyle said...

ok, back to some decent comments.
The graphics r cool and the game play is fairly nice too (after playing so many types of u-know-wat-is-gonna-happen stunts they can play with. It's a little bit like GoMail's games.

Though it looked like a simple room in the beginning, it's has more in stall.(sorry for spoilers)

Fairly easy game, give it a try!

eskkapo said...

Great! Finally a new good looking escaper!

Bart said...

now that's a nice game review rstyle :)

palat said...

i'm out, now that was nice :)

Anonymous said...

good one this one

B said...

That was very easy room escape game. Very enjoyable!

Anonymous said...

Nice game!

MonkeyCox said...

I must be slow. I have a rock and a hammer and I am stuck. I have used the letter H and the key.

lorinsilver said...

A rock and a hammer eh? I wonder what you could do with them...

Anonymous said...

FIRST!!!

Anonymous said...

First escape game I finished without any help from a walkthrough! Sweet!

Margalicious said...

Very nice game.Good graphics.It wasn't too hard either.All together it was a very enjoyable game.

Anonymous said...

Well, I was moving along good and now I am stuck. I have used the first 5 objects and I have none left to use and I am stuck. (didn't want to spoil it)

Anonymous said...

Good game. Very good graphic, not to hard, very enjoing.
Thanks Bart to find it.

Lupina said...

Sullo stesso sito consiglio anche TEST KITCHEN sulla stessa falsariga di questo. Un ottimo escape game senza enigmi impossibili e oggetti introvabili o troppo nascosti, ma che promette un bel quarto d'ora di enigmatico divertimento. ^__^

In the same web site you can find also TEST KITCHEN. Good escape game without impossible riddles and too hidden objects, but a very nice game.

Anonymous said...

can anyone tell me the puzze on the second floor of the room the shuttle (or whatever looks like airplane) is in? Same set of colors as on the machine in the first room, but...

serge (french) said...

planets with rings or not...

matt w said...

The machine in the first room projects something on the ceiling... it's important.

Marte said...

where is the hammer?

Krissie said...

I didn't understand what i'm supose to do with the planets :S

matt w said...

SPOILER about the planets

When you press the colored buttons on the machine in the first room, it projects pictures of colored planets on the wall above. You have to back out to see it. Some have rings, some don't.

To work the machine in the last room, set the buttons to match the pictures you saw in the first room -- if the picture had a ring, set the button of that color to a ring.

Monkster said...

Good game - decent graphics, and not too easy, not too tough. I love a game I can complete (not without a bit of head scratching) at midnite w/o needing spoilers! (but let me know if you need any...)

Monkster said...

The silver key (in the wooden box; you need to punch out a word w/ the buttons to OPEN it) gets you the hammer - look for a silver lock...

Monkster said...

Thanks, Lupina, for the note about test kitchen (also on 58 works site); that was a fun game, as well - not too challenging, but will make you think a bit.

Anonymous said...

to open the box with letters just click the letters in the order of spelling OPEN(u can stand on your head to see the letters XD)

Anonymous said...

click the buttons on washing machine thing in order of clock from longest arrow to shortest arrow(only when the planets float above the machine)

Anonymous said...

How do you open the door with the yellow rings? I thought I knew the secret but I can't quite figure it out.

Anonymous said...

Ok, I got the yellow rings!

SPOILER:

If you think of it as a clock, the outer ring (clockwise) is yellow from 11-5, the next inner ring is yellow from 3-9 and the center is yellow from 8-1. All going clockwise!

Anonymous said...

Yay, I finally finished it! That was cool. It took me a while to find a piece.

SPOILER:

I needed the piece hidden on the little round window in the hallway.

 

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