Escape Fan Room 08 Escape

(130 votes, average: 4.54 out of 5)

Mitchel moved into this pretty blue house and even though he is kind of manly, he still likes it for the place kind of reminds him of the rooms of his kids when they were little. Well, he’ll just keep the place’s colors as it is for it doesn’t bother him anyways. Guess the house became quite happy with that, but it somehow presented its gratitude in a way that troubled Mitchel.

Escape players, Mitchel is now trapped in the house for he couldn’t open any doors! That is weird, but Mitchel didn’t want to let this thing bother him too much, he will try to fix this like it’s a normal thing for he just moved there and he likes the place. Would you like to help Mitchel on this then so that the situation will become a funny memory?

Escape Fan Room 08 Escape is a new point-and-click room escape game created by Ainars. Explore each location of the house and spot suspicious places to obtain various items. Solve some puzzles there in-order to get 2 pieces of the door’s lock code. This game is a continuation of the previous one as its sequel, and is a part of the first game as the start of the series.
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b1650424
b1650424
1 year ago

Thank you! It’s breathtaking. Haven’t had your room games in a long time and so it feels like seeing an old friend you’ve known for a long time. Everything seems familiar, but it’s more stylish now, it’s more layered. And all the same magic of relaxation: you can relaxedly wander around the room, looking and touching everything leisurely and unhurriedly – a great vacation.
It’s excellent work.

dewed
dewed
1 year ago

mine won’t load … just a black screen

dewed
dewed
1 year ago
Reply to  Escaper Joe

Didn’t load there either. Must just be me. But all the others work. I tried turning off adblocker but didn’t help. Thanks though

b1650424
b1650424
1 year ago
Reply to  dewed

In such a situation, I would do the following steps:

1. Clear the browser cache and restart it, naturally reloading the game page as well.
2. See if the browser is outdated and if it’s time to update its version.
3. Try to open the game in another browser on the same computer. It is best to install a fresh browser.
4. Try to open the page with the game through a proxy server. This allows you to avoid blocking in countries where censorship and copyright are rampant. The provider could block not the site with the game, but the entire server by IP address.

ravit
ravit
1 year ago

Very nice game’ but I didnwt understand the animals puzzle

ravit
ravit
1 year ago
Reply to  Escaper Joe

Thanks!

b1650424
b1650424
1 year ago

I sincerely don’t see why other gamemakers shouldn’t follow the example of the respected Author. I don’t want to be seen as an unsubstantiated flatterer. That’s why I’ll list the main differences:

1. Here: the careful scaling due to a first-rate knowledge of the engine.
Many gamemakers: an abysmal knowledge of the engine. As a result, you can’t maximize the game window to full width or shrink the browser window (e.g. with Aero Snap). Without scaling, the game window will not fit in the browser window.

2. Here: attention to detail, in particular to items in the inventory. You don’t need the item anymore – it disappears.
Many gamemakers: the inventory is overloaded with items that will never be needed again. Until you’ve tried ALL the items in your inventory on EVERY active zone, it’s going to take a long time. And, given that logic and most gamemakers are incompatible, their games turn into a search for a paired sock in a drawer with a bunch of socks.

3. Here: easy accessibility of active zones – they are all perfectly visible, and sometimes (as in this game) are even additionally marked.
Many gamemakers: no, we will not do so, or the players will pass our games too quickly ! We’ll create “interest” for the player by putting the active zone in the darkest place, so that the player will never guess there’s something there. Make him feel like he’s looking for a black cat in a completely dark room every time!

More could be added, but this way you could write a dissertation on “How to create games by left foot so that players hate you”.
I already wrote too much here.

Juju
Juju
1 year ago

Cute!! Thank you, mr. author!!

Marxette
Marxette
1 year ago

+Thank you. Great game. I had no problems at all.

Henrietta Martin
Henrietta Martin
1 year ago

Lots of fun! More like I remember from years ago. I liked it!

NEBO
NEBO
1 year ago

Wont load in chrome okay in firefox.

nuka
nuka
1 year ago

Microsoft Edge Version 110.0.1587.41 (64 bits) Windows 10 works just fine. Add flash extensions, add-on from Chrome Store or Microsoft Store

claud97
claud97
1 year ago

What a lovely relaxing game! I’ve played this room 3 times and I love the homey atmosphere it brings. The puzzles aren’t too difficult, but what I love most about this game is the gorgeous music. It feels very nostalgic and heartwarming, I could just listen to it for hours!
Great job!

b1650424
b1650424
1 year ago

The question is not about the game to the respected Admin.

If on the main page I select a fresh comment leading to this page, then I see this comment here – the very first and on a yellow background. It is clear that this is how it should be. But when I go to this page from the main page just at the address of the game, then this commentary is not here anywhere, although as the latest it should be at the bottom of the page! I updated the browser cache – the same picture.

Question: is there something wrong with my browser or do I just have to wait and everything will get better with time?

b1650424
b1650424
1 year ago
Reply to  b1650424

Ah, I already figured it out. When my comment has appeared, the previous one did too.

Elisabete
Elisabete
1 year ago

Something odd happened to me with this game that never happend before, which is: -Pieces of the graphics of the game were missing. For instance, on the window I could not see the whole squirrel, but I could see its tail. All of the scenes had something missing. I know it all must have something to do with my computer. It is old and slow. I avoid palying certain kind of games because it feels that I am walking through mud. But it was not the case here: It was not like they were taking time to load. No! they were simply not there. I still could play the game and I did, just to see where it would take me. I didn’t find it slow, actually and I still managed to get 14 diamonds. I was also able to open a drawer with an “invisible key” (after combining the key disapeared, but it still worked somehow). But of course, at some point I coudn’t go any further and had to give up.

b1650424
b1650424
1 year ago
Reply to  Escaper Joe

Dear Author, in no way do I question your decision to change the engine. Just worried and therefore want to offer you one option.
How do you look at not switching to a new engine abruptly? Maybe it makes sense to try it out on one (or even several) of your known well running games first? Let’s say you rewrite a game to the new engine and post a link for enthusiasts and testers like me. And we already test the game (also knowing how it should work) and report to you about the results.
What do you think about it?

Elisabete
Elisabete
1 year ago
Reply to  Escaper Joe

Hey, Thanks for your answer. It was not a bad experience. Just different ! LOL

Clair
Clair
1 year ago

Another wonderful game! Thank you.

Susana
Susana
1 year ago

o meu nao abre, tela preta forever

Clair
Clair
1 year ago

More please!!!!

b1650424
b1650424
1 year ago
Reply to  Clair

Dear Author, I want to join this wish, so I address you personally. Again, I would like to make it clear: I don’t want to rush you in any way. I just want to know about the prospects of your beautiful creations. You mentioned that you are exploring the possibility of switching to a new engine. How’s that going? Is it possible to wait (regardless of the engine) for your new game in the foreseeable future?

b1650424
b1650424
1 year ago
Reply to  Escaper Joe

For God’s sake, take your time – I didn’t ask for that. And let me remind you: if you need help testing a new engine, just say it.
And… one more thing. Please tell me: does you see this message “Our system thinks you might be a robot!” too at least occasionally?

b1650424
b1650424
1 year ago
Reply to  Escaper Joe

I probably phrased the question incorrectly. I didn’t mean that this robot message bothers me – it rarely occurs. But I can not catch the system in his appearance. Therefore, I’m worried about whether everything is in order with me: both with the browser and with my provider. That’s why I asked if I’m the only one who has this error.

Phantom
Phantom
11 months ago

Took me a while to get hold of the acorn but other than that it was quite easy. I prefer a logical game with spanners and screwdrivers over gem collecting and numbercodes but this had a nice blend of the two.