This is by far the best virtual escape room game available, and well worth picking up.”The Game Crater“Escape Simulator is a great way to experience an escape room without leaving the house. The smooth gameplay and realistically solvable puzzles make for an enjoyable experience.”Screen Rant“Escape Simulator is a puzzle fan’s dream! If you like escape rooms and solving puzzles, then this is a game that needs to be in your library!”Game Tyrant MORE FROM PINE STUDIO ABOUT THIS GAME Escape Simulator is a first-person puzzler you can play solo or in an online co-op. Explore a growing set of highly interactive escape rooms. Move furniture, pick up and examine everything, smash pots and break locks! Supports community-made rooms through the level editor. Interactive Puzzles: Rummage through 20 rooms filled with puzzles designed by real-life escape room operators. If something is not nailed to the wall, you can pick it up. Online Co-Op: All the rooms are playable in an online co-op. We recommend to play built-in rooms with up to 3 players (but you’re welcome to play with more). Community rooms have been tested with up to 10 people. Customize your character and join with friends to work-out puzzles together. More heads are better than one!
– Aesthetically very pleasing but simplistic and cartoony (various era styles for rooms).- Game comes with many rooms to play in.- Room editor to make your own or play community made rooms (more styles than in vanilla, they didn’t use the existing medieval style design in vanilla puzzle rooms at the point of review so expect way more than what’s already in the game). – There is hint box that help you progressively for every current task so you’re guaranteed to not be stuck. – Coop exists and it has good coop mechanics when playing (you can look into the object that the other player is currently holding up). – The puzzles themselves aren’t repetitive (I don’t remember feeling like I’m doing the same task again and again even if realistically a lot of it is the same mechanic in essence). Cons:- Rooms are small and few puzzles per room. Some puzzles hide the answer in background where you don’t expect to see it (rooms lit in the shape of numbers).- You have to share a lobby code to play coop, there’s no public lobby where you can play with randoms. – You’re sharing the few puzzles in coop and absence of randomness (number/answer randomizer) will lower replay value unless you resort to community puzzle rooms or are 1st-timers.
Examine Everything: Read through books, examine ancient artifacts and find clues to riddles. Need to cross-reference a clue? No, problem – just pin it to the screen. Community-Made Rooms: The game includes a room editor with which you can design your own escape rooms and puzzles. Through workshop integration, you get to play awesome things the community has created.– Coop griefing – Items (a player could hold an item that is required to decipher a puzzle and not share it with you)- Coop griefing – Shortcuts (in a few vanilla maps you can unlock the exit by knowing the password and since that’s not randomized you can do a 3 second speedrun)- The official discord channel requires phone number input. Conclusion: As a puzzle room game this was a very pleasant experience especially if you enjoy a 1-time run through it.A certain feet loving shark introduced me to it.
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