Escape the Museum - Object-Hunting Diversion
I don't know about you, but when
I first saw the title I thought about Night at the Museum movie.
But as I dived
into the game, I understood that it's a different story. Escape the Museum, developed and published by Gogii Games, is not as friendly and funny as the one with Ben
Natural disaster has caused
total mess into the National Museum of History.
The city experienced a strong
earthquake that has caused a huge destruction of the National Museum of
The character you play as is called Susan Anderson. She works there
and now she needs to get out of the museum.
But she is also responsible for saving
her daughter and also recovering of some of the important artefacts.
So this is
the short variant of the story. As you make your way out of the museum through
all the debris and all the stuff that is thrown all over the place now.
graphics are very attractive. They guide you from one part of the museum to
another, from one era to another.
The game itself looks like an
adventure game with numerous puzzles in between.
As to the parts of the game,
you are going to go through levels when you are to think as you would if you
were playing Dream Chronicles. It takes logic to make some things work together
for you to leave the room.
There are also hidden object levels where you are
given either a list of things or a number of the items of one kind to find.
There are also jigsaw puzzles
for you to solve. They are represented by paintings without some parts that you
should find and put back. There are also other types of puzzles.
The general atmosphere of the
game is worked out very well. You really feel like you must be very accurate
and fast because of all the sounds and music and visuals.
The game is really challenging
which is good news for the "die hard" addicts in this type of casual games.
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