Squabutane paces back and forth looking for an escape in Squabutane Escape game.

Squabutane Escape

(63 votes, average: 4.35 out of 5)

Squabutane is a mutated cat. He and his brother Trianbutane both escaped the laboratory that tested on them. They now live with separate families that love them. Squabutane misses Trianbutane because they haven’t seen each other in a while. He went out the backdoor and jumped to the tree nearby the fence. He scoured the area specifically on the lookout for a stray catcher. As he was about to jump down, his owner Mrs. Levigne, caught him by the neck and gently hugged him to her.

As they made it back to the house, Mrs. Levigne explained that they had to be careful that people from the lab don’t see him. The elderly woman locked the doors and windows although she understood how Squabutane felt. The cat, however, didn’t budge. As much as he loves Mrs. Levigne, Trianbutane is his real family. That night, he went around the house looking for a place he can slid through.


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Henrietta Martin
Henrietta Martin
1 year ago

Hi! I decided to go back to the first games to play again. However, I got stuck on this one because I could not take the red key. These games seem more challenging than the recent ones! Clues are very well hidden.

Henrietta Martin
Henrietta Martin
1 year ago

I enjoy your games very much!

Escaper Joe
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Escaper Joe
1 year ago

Thank you, Henrietta, flash games emulator is not working completely at the moment, there are missing features, the games are still buggy at the moment.
Here is a link to the list of flash games that will load – https://escapefan.com/restored-flash-games-created-by-ainars/

Last edited 1 year ago by Escaper Joe
b1650424
b1650424
1 year ago
Reply to  Escaper Joe

Then, dear Author, can you publish your flash games WITHOUT an emulator? The list of games is usefull, of course, but how to launch them? Let me be accused of injustice to HTML5 lovers, but let everyone decide for himself. I just ask you to provide the opportunity to DOWNLOAD your wonderful flash games AS IS – without any emulators. Those who REALLY want to play them, will himself install, like me, offline flash-players on their computers. Yes, I know about sites with your flash-games, but they are far from all there!

Escaper Joe
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Escaper Joe
1 year ago
Reply to  b1650424

Great Idea! I am thinking about how to implement this “download” feature.
At this moment there is the only way to look in the page source and search for .swf

Last edited 1 year ago by Escaper Joe
b1650424
b1650424
1 year ago
Reply to  Escaper Joe

Thank you, I understand you! You are right: it is quite possible. For example, the address of this game: https://gamehosting.top/games/2016/11/squabutane-escape-game.swf

Escaper Joe
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Escaper Joe
1 year ago
Reply to  b1650424

I tried to implement this download feature, but it was not possible.
Flash games are hosted on a different hosting and treated here as HTML games. That makes it impossible to separate them from HTML games.
I will have to learn a little bit PHP and return to this download button implementation a little bit later.
At the moment I am afraid that the only way is to look into the page source and search for the .swf link to download the Flash game.

b1650424
b1650424
1 year ago
Reply to  Escaper Joe

Dear Author, you have given good advice and I am already convinced that your method works great.
To be honest, I should have guessed it myself, I just didn’t know exactly how Ruffle handles swf links. I am sure that it will not be difficult for connoisseurs of your games to press the F12 button in the browser and find the desired link – it is not difficult at all. And having a link, it is easy to download the file, so there are no more problems with this.
By the way, I gladly went through this game again, but I had to sweat a lot with the search for all the items. ))))

Escaper Joe
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Escaper Joe
1 year ago
Reply to  b1650424

I am glad that I could help and thank you for playing my old games!