Help Susan work her way through the rubble of the National Museum of History after an earthquake rocks the city and separates her from her daughter. Escape the Museum is a unique game pulling on the familiar Hidden Object mechanic while building on the casual-friendly Adventure game play. Can you help Susan get back to Caitlin, her daughter, and escape the museum together?Graphics: Dreary. The museum curator, Marcus, has other plans, he wants you to collect specific items of value to keep them safe as you make your way through the debris! Lots to do and find. The first thing you must do is figure out how to escape the room, by finding 3 items to accomplish that task and then figure out how and where those items can be used. It kept telling me I needed items that I already picked up to progress and I couldn't even get out of the room because it wouldn't let me use the items I had, which are the ones they called for. Here, you have a sense of urgency - it's not that important to me that there be all types of animation and special effects. Your daughter Caitlin is waiting patiently for you in the security room of the museum so you could investigate the damage done by an earthquake. Gameplay: I am going to skip over modes of difficulty, etc. Oh well, maybe you will like it. It's falling apart. My kids like this game but they have a higher tolerance for redundancy than I do! I did that assessment, though I feel that the challenge and thinky aspects of the game, actually fall in between "Somewhat" and "Quite", I chose to select "Quite" because it really gives a fairer review, of the game. Kind of like me, ya know. That being said
The first thing you must do is figure out how to escape the room, by finding 3 items to accomplish that task and then figure out how and where those items can be used. The story was cute and because of the difficulty the game lasted a long time. I've been in earthquakes when I lived in CA. Sound: Sorry, I tune music out. The mother must solve puzzles and find special items in the different exhibits to get to her daughter and get out. Here, you have a sense of urgency - it's not that important to me that there be all types of animation and special effects. Oh well, maybe you will like it. Then, the building starts to rumble, dust is falling from the ceiling and you put your precious, little, daughter in the Security Office and leave her Everything seems to be monochromatic. Even using hints I found it hard to find some objects. The scenes are all very grainy, and dark, and the items are so small that it's difficult to figure out what the items actually are! Finding Objects: this HOG actually has some objects hidden behind others, which you may not be able to see until you clear something.
When I finished the game, I felt as though I was apart of it, since, I felt relief, just like the main character, Susan. The darn old Museum is old anyway, so what did you ecept. The result was you had to click on any blob that might be the right blob, but of course, you get penalized for mis-clicks. There were so many scenes and they took long enough each level also had an additional HOS attached that I feel it's well worth the full price even without finishing the game. Also there are more than one of a particular object and you have to click on the correct one. I have progressed to wanting not only Hidden Objects, but, good mini-puzzles or tasks, that go with the storyline. This one is a little harder than ETM 2. This game is soo boring and annoying. Each item you find is worth specific amounts, and you are scored with accuracy percentages as well. I have "graded or reviewed" this game as "Quite Challenging" and "Quite Thinky". Also I loved the museum itself and the beautiful artifacts from all times and places. Although this game is older, I try to keep the date of production in mind. You kind of resent the person in charge of the museum who is out in safety and keeps sending you to find things. They creators of this game also like to hide things at the very edge of the screen.
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Find After each chapter you will be able to go back to previous room and "find 10" of a certain object that is shown at the top The Golden Years: Way Out West the screen. Storyline: You Susan - hey! Not challenging but frustrating trying to figure out how to get out of the rooms, locations are so dark to locate much of anything. If you like a beautiful game with a great story line and beautiful scenes with great HO's and mini games, this game isn't for it. With the help of John, the engineer, who contacts you via your cell phone, you can find your way through the museum and back to your daughter. But you have to be right Gems Quest it. Kind of like me, ya know. You get docked for being wrong or using a clue. It might have been a good game years ago, but I found it frustrating, irritating, and drudgery rather than fun. Levels Level 1 - Dinosaurs Escape Objective: you need to use the pulley to move the dinosaur head out of your way. They seemed fully human to me. This Glam-ma was Escape the Museum disappointed and expected so much more but that's not to say that this won't be exactly the challenge you like. The Esdape was you Escape the Museum to click on any blob that might be the right blob, but of course, Escappe get penalized for mis-clicks.
And in the rooms where you're only finding items to get your out of the blocked access, there are no hints whatsoever. To be honest, I felt as though, I was really in a museum. This is a game where you cannot just click because you "think" it's right. The hidden objects were small and sometimes unrecognizable. Super Replay-able and a story that really draws you in. In other words, I became involved with the storyline and game. When I finished the game, I felt as though I was apart of it, since, I felt relief, just like the main character, Susan. This game had so many problems with it I only played for roughly 30 minutes. Trying to scan the page to see if the cursor pulsates will not work, the cursor has to be stopped to pulsate on an item. My kids like this game but they have a higher tolerance for redundancy than I do! The scenes are all very grainy, and dark, and the items are so small that it's difficult to figure out what the items actually are! The cut-scene graphics are terrible, too why does the mom look like her hair is wet the whole time?? I did not care for this game at all. HOGs: Awful.
Who does that? I really enjoyed the game. Even after using a hint and knowing Farm Fables where a thing was, rhe times I still couldn't see it at all, so just blindly clicked in that area until I got it. This game is soo boring and annoying. When I finished the game, I felt as though I was apart of Risen Dragons, since, I felt relief, just like the main character, Susan. Happy Gaming.
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