Abandoned Willowbrook Asylum

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You and your friend Hank were just going to go on a Halloween trick-or-treating spree in the neighborhood when he suddenly bolted and headed into the direction of Willowbrook which is an abandoned asylum! You know exactly what he is up to, he is going for an adventure and probably pull-out a prank, but you followed him still for just in case he gets in trouble, you are there for him.

And definitely he got himself in some trouble and sadly, it’s worst for this building is haunted and has some sort of weird magic in it and that sort is involved in this. Escape players, you are really having doubts in doing this rescue for Hank, for you don’t know if you can make it for you are just a human. But you must try still for your friend needs help. Will you be able to get him out of the asylum before things gets even worst?

Abandoned Willowbrook Asylum is a brand new point-and-click spooky rescue escape game from Selfdefiant.

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Juju
Juju
4 months ago

Something wrong with the wheel with the symbols. Forced to watch the walkthrough.

b1650424
b1650424
4 months ago
Reply to  Juju

Yes you are right. And I can’t vouch for whether this is a screw-up on the part of the programmers or whether it was deliberately designed this way. Personally, when I saw the discrepancy between the pairs of symbols, I didn’t go into the walkthrough (this is unsporting!), but simply picked up a pair for the “moon” by brute force.

Michael
Michael
4 months ago
Reply to  Juju

I was speeding right along until I got to that wheel. (screeching brake sound here) Even after watching the walkthrough I don’t get it.

b1650424
b1650424
4 months ago
Reply to  Michael

It’s very simple: first you place the symbols on the outside of the circle. And then you find a pair for each one inside the circle, that’s it.

Juju
Juju
4 months ago
Reply to  b1650424

It WOULD BE simple if one of the symbols was not wrong, as the player deduces that he should only use what appears on the wall drawing. Therefore, after trying all the ways with the clue symbols on the wall, you are forced to look at the walkthrough and then realize that someone (perhaps the programmer) actually made a mistake.
In fact, many of the games (WOW, G2Rule, G2L, 8B, and others) are full of errors.  There is a lack of respect towards the players, despite everyone mentioned being good designers and great game creators. 
This lack of attention may be due to the rush to make money.
I even understand, because it’s difficult for everyone at the moment.

b1650424
b1650424
4 months ago
Reply to  Juju

I’m sorry if you found this difficult. As I wrote above, I didn’t have any particular problems with the last symbol. What’s easier – just keep pressing until it works?

I in no way condone the negligence of game designers. Of course, no one is immune from mistakes, but during the heyday of Flash online games the same G2R, WoW etc. released a much higher quality product and very rarely made mistakes. I keep some of their best games, which can safely be called real masterpieces. That’s why I attack so sharply the modern level of programming of the same game designers – I have benchmark for comparison with their modern junk.

Juju
Juju
4 months ago
Reply to  b1650424

Don’t regret it, it was not difficult for me, as I soon realized there was a mistake. Keeping pressing the symbols until it works is not following the clue. In other games, yes, but in Selfidefiant games, it’s usually interesting to follow the rules.