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June 29, 2011

statik

Traverse through a surreal transforming moving train where nothing is as it seems in the escape game Statik.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Got it; nice game!

kk said...

uhm, can't do much, then it gets dark?

Anonymous said...

to get you started:

SPOILER
there's a key all the way to the right that fits in the lock in the toilet
SPOILER

kk said...

oh ok :-) thanks, I feel this is going to be a nice one

kk said...

alrighty, used the second key!

Jack said...

Geeeeeze!!!After 5min of clicking, realized the game did not work at all w IE9.
Use FF if your cursor never changes.

kk said...

I'm playing this is in IE without a problem. Almost out I think, but got to run now...

Jack said...

Good game - short.

I used to not like escapes, now I'm playing all I can. As long as there's no timer though.

Anonymous said...

where does the second key go?

Tom said...

SPOILER
Second key goes in the pink circle you find in the fishy scene.
SPOILER

TiCKed said...

I liked it. Very odd and quirky.

That being said, when a game starts out with the author KNOWING it's a "pixel hunt", it requires a little more thought from the author! I generally hate pixel hunts, and leave at the first sign. This one did hold my attention long enough to keep going, however.

Von said...

I had the opposite problem. No cursor changes in FF but IE fine!

Jessica said...

very Submachine-esque. but i liked it. can't wait to see the next installment! :)

Anonymous said...

too easy. too quick.

ellall said...

have first key & found key hole but doesnt work read spoiler for firt key hole in toilet searced every inch but cant find please help :o)

ellall said...

found it doh!!

Stevens Miller said...

Not bad. Graphics were cool, sound was eerie, theme was nicely surreal. But... I can't get excited by games where I have to roam around with the cursor in the dark the find things. Since the cursor doesn't change when you hold an object, finding things that needed objects used on them was just an exercise in tedium. This game could have been great, but required too much brute-force hunting with the cursor. "A" for design and executioon, "C" for interaction. "B" overall.

lac515 said...

its not working for me its not playing at all gurr anyone no why??

lac515 said...

none of the bored.com games work on my laptop its really anoying

Anonymous said...

Yay, it's working on Firefox.... all I got on IE was a black screen. :/

deCarlo said...

Tried 3 browsers so far: IE8 does not work at all. FF5 and Opera 11.50 are working fine. There is some serious bug however, when you're working the switchbox. Stapler gets stuck or wire cannot be moved. Rather fustrating.
Nice graphics and sound. Too short for an escape game. I'd give it a five out of ten.

Margo said...

hmmm ok game, but reminiscent of mateuz skutnik's games....oh well

Anonymous said...

1st keyhole was by the sink...

wyatt said...

thanks to the spoiler regarding the first key i cruised thru the game... good fun! firefox played it just fine for me :)

Anonymous said...

what the heck do you do with the fish lock?

Anonymous said...

nevermind had the combo backwards. im out!

tam said...

cool!

 

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