Escape Logan Estate

Contains adsIn-app purchases
3.7
29.5K reviews
1M+
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Content rating
Rated for 7+
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About this game

Can you escape Logan Estate?

- Dozens of challenging puzzles to solve!
- Beautiful, stylized environments to explore!
- 4 chapters to complete. First chapter is free of charge!
- Story rich with music to enjoy!

A visit to the Logan Estate leaves a family in pieces. Play as three different family members to explore and solve puzzles to reveal the mystery surrounding the estate.

If you think you have what it takes to escape Logan Estate then go on and download this game now!
Updated on
Sep 7, 2021

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3.7
29.5K reviews
Dr Renier Palland
January 18, 2022
One of the best from SnapBreak. There's one MASSIVE issue (I would have given fives stars otherwise), namely each "episode" has to be completed. There's no way to save the game, except for when a chapter or episode ends. This is a major drawback, because you're stuck, you can't take a break and come back to it later.
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A Google user
May 17, 2019
You have to pay to play more than one chapter. Personally, I don't like that, but I'm a cheap bastard so that doesn't affect my score. What matters is that this is a fun puzzle game and it has a fascinating, creepy little story to tell, good music and atmosphere, as well as a good at style. This doesn't get a perfect score due to some immersion-breaking elements: tap-to-talk in-game conversations, slideshow-style plot progression and a lot of locked door level design. That aside, this is cool.
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A Google user
November 23, 2019
A really short game where you can play 10 minutes of it, and it's just a third of the whole game. The graphics and ambience are really nice, especially the later. Some puzzles are quite challenging as well. The story start off with potential, but it kinda didn't tap into the "solving the mysterious" part. Just another regular family trip, with puzzles.
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What's new

- Fixed black screen when transitioning between acts.