Hi! I'm Bart Bonte, a Belgian independent game designer and bontegames.com is where I blog about new interesting browser and mobile games. My own games are all in the left column. More info about me and my games on bartbonte.com.
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FIRST!!!!For the first time, but FIRST!!!!
interresting, but much too easy...I did it in 2min58 ^^
Terrible, my boiler filled the room with smoke and the mad scientist made a doll out of me ... !! I'm gonna have nightmares tonight.
walk-through please . .
walk-through?! come on Dewi! think! you get stuck, take a break and come back in a couple and try again! :)
what is the chisle for? I don't have it anymore for some reason, but I don't remember using it...
never mind - I had to restart, though
Hey I found a walkthrough, if anyone needs help.http://www.keybol.org/2010/04/escape-toy-factory-walkthrough.html
I have to say this is a very innovative concept in an escape game: the game isn't that hard as a puzzle, but the challenge is increased by having to maintain the boiler. Eventually you run out of coal, too. Congratulations to the designer! This is a better way to challenge players than with pixel-hunting, keeping track of clicks, or a ticking time-bomb.
cool game.Look at the dolls... hands up and down... and the levers you are able to put up or down. If the steam starts... you have a tool to fix it to give you time.
I agree with Anonymous.. Very innovative way of integrating a time constraint into an otherwise way too easy point and click game. And it goes well with the storyline too =) Nice find, Bart =)
awesome short game :)
This one was fun and short. Thanks for the tips, Kate.
Really nice game... A little bit short, but an interesting experience...
That was scary! I didn't like it. Also, I kept messing up so I had to start over again many times. It was frustrating.
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