Escape Game unReal:origin #2

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About this game

This is a port of a work that was originally released as a browser game in 2013.
The images and controls have been slightly modified to fit the device, but they have been ported basically as they are.
The difficulty level is set high, but no technical knowledge or calculations are required, so feel free to try!
*This is the second in the series, but there is no story.

It may be easier to understand if you play it as if you were touching a machine you don't know how to use, rather than solving it like a riddle or quiz.

Strategy Tips
・Observe the room carefully.
・Play calmly and don't get caught up in the immediate result.
・If you get stuck, try again from the beginning.

・Tap to play.
・To zoom in on an item, double-tap or long-tap.
(Double tap - quickly tap twice)
・Progress is automatically saved.
・You can set the ambient sound and tap effects in the menu.
・Notepad and photo functions are provided for your convenience.
・There is a link to a hint and walkthrough in the menu.

If you find any bugs or problems, please feel free to contact us using the mail form on the support site.
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Jan 5, 2021

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712 reviews
A Google user
January 8, 2019
Excellent escape game. Not real long, but long enough--very satisfying. Need to think a bit out of the box. It's different, in a good way--fresh, clever, minimalistic. The background is wind, not annoying music. Hope to see more! Definitely recommend! (above average difficulty)
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Andrea Samardzija
October 28, 2021
I've played a lot of Japanese escape games and most tend to give similar clues or have similar structures, and this one starts out feeling like it's a by-the-numbers escape the game room, but totally subverts that notion by the end. The visual design is simple but the game is a masterpiece. It's short but it doesn't feel too short. All the clues are logical but they make you think. I don't think any game in this genre has been more deserving of 5 stars.
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A Google user
March 1, 2019
A bit too cryptic for me in the end but otherwise very enjoyable. Excellent controls and graphics, original concept and well thought out. Looking forward to more!
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