Comic Land Escape Game

Comic Land Escape

(55 votes, average: 4.45 out of 5)

In the local comics that David often reads, it says about a settlement in the nearby forest which was filled with challenges and even treasure! Even though the reading material is just for entertainment purposes only, David somehow sees that there could be a core of truth to it, he can't explain it but the place it portrays might be existing for some of the places there are indeed real and even the very small details which David saw before are there in the comics! Upon his further reading, he finally got convinced that the place is real, and to his delight on the moment he set-out for it, he was actually on the right!

David found the place and the comics was spot on! But as he got there though he didn't feel like a welcomed guest, but even so he still ventured around. Escape players, David cannot contain his delight that he was right on this, but little did he know his challenges are only beginning and definitely he is going to need your help. Want to join David here everyone and see if you can help him solve his eventual problem?

Comic Land Escape is the newest point and click wilderness escape game from 8b Games and Games 2 Mad.

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3 Comments
  1. Date: January 26, 2021
    Author: b165042407
    If you look at the list of recent games, it is clear that it is time to rename the site to "8bjolly". [Reply]
    • Date: January 26, 2021
      Author: Escaper Joe
      Developers had many years to move from ancient flash to html5. Only few of developers prepared well for html5 era. [Reply]
      • Date: January 26, 2021
        Author: b1650424
        Eh, you should have seen how recently, on various sites of more or less computer orientation, they are discussing how to replace flash-player for old games on the Internet with any analoges ... A whole bunch of gamers are not at all ready to part with old games. It's good that at least there are no problems with flash-games in the form of files on the gamer's local computer (portable version of flash-player). I am sure that sooner or later it will be find a replacement. It's too early to bury flash, since game developers still have to learn and learn html5. Judge for yourself. Most flash windows can easily be enlarged to full screen mode (useful for games with small details) with the press of a single button, without having to scale the parent browser window. In this case, all flash windows behave in the same way. For html5, it was tried to come up with a number of browser extensions for the same purpose (for example Fullscreen Anything), but ... games from different developers react differently (if at all). The best behavior is... YOUR games - a crisp full screen window with no black bars on the sides. Admiring! Recently, "8b" has also started to get almost everything right. "Pencil Kids" maximizes the window, but sits at the left edge. On the right is a black stripe. For "365", the window does not expand at all, but simply clogs into the upper left corner. And the worst of all is the case with... "Jolly" - the window flies into the same corner off the screen, leaving only a tiny stub of its lower right corner. Thats all I can say about the html5 era. [Reply]

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