Only played free levels. Great concept with realistic solutions for the puzzles. Was not very challenging but it did seem that it was slowly growing in difficulty. Maybe the paid bonus levels would provide more of a challenge? Either way, if you like escape games, you should give this one a try. You'll have fun playing it.
Lots of fun!!! Not too challenging, but, that's not a biggie to me. It draws and keeps your attention, making you wish for more free levels, if not all. I'm very tempted to purchase the 'whole' game, but, am unsure of how many levels there are - wish the number of levels were limitless, but, then you'd NEVER ESCAPE!!! LOL!!!
The game was ok, very easy. I mean I don't like these escape games to be impossible but this one took me maybe 10 mins then asked me to buy the rest...also clicking is very random and only takes you to things you need to gather or figure out the easy puzzle. No thought required for most puzzles.
Lame game first of all not much to the puzzles.. Second absolutely hate when the ads are at the bottom of the screen blocking game play.. Really don't mind watching ads here and there.. Third thing is if you want someone to pay for your game... Sell it.. Not the second half..
It was too quick and didn't really feel like you were actually shrunken down to the size of a mouse. In every level you enter, it's always "escape before you freeze to death" or "things are disappearing in this room. Escape before you are one of them" and "you need to leave right now! Any spare moment could kill you." How would the scientist even be able to follow you through if you're small? But again, it doesn't feel like you're small. Goblin should make it to wear you can look around and move around, not just stare into one space and click on things. It's not fun and just way too quick.
The pocket knife section has a glitch. You choose your tool and the pocket knife will not quit popping back up so that you may use your appropriately selected item ie:screwdriver,scissors..... I will redo this review when this glitch has been dealt with. Why would I purchase additional levels for a game that does not allow me to progress due to a tech issue? I restarted etc. As soon as I reached the choice of tools it began again. The puzzles are a little easy but I was still enjoying the game. I played A Short Tale, by Glitch Games start to finish, without a walkthrough so please trust me when I assure you this is not operator error. That game is incredibly difficult compared to this one.