Attic Escape (Bored)

Categories: Flash, Free, Games, Online, Room Escape, Walkthrough

Attic Escape is the latestAttic Escape (Bored) Room Escape game developed by Dom Champan. In this one, you awaken in an attic with no idea why you are here! It becomes more an more popular nowadays to play Escape games that take place in an attic! Have fun!

Attic Escape (Bored) walkthrough (thanks Prid!)

By Eric

current rating 2.60

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18 Comments to Attic Escape (Bored)

  1. Marina says:

    Get
    Show

  2. dg says:

    First? Warm up your clicking finger. Apparently, the game designer thinks that pixel-hunting is a cure for boredom.

    Some useful items and their location Show

    That’s as far as I got.

  3. dg says:

    There’s a T-shirt stuck to the floor. Use Show

    Stuck…

  4. GinjaNinja says:

    @dg Show

  5. dg says:

    Well, you can use Show

  6. dg says:

    @dg: thanks for you comments! They sure helped me to escape!

  7. Marina says:

    @dg: good job!!! ;)

  8. Prid says:

    NOTE: After each Step, there is a Link to an Image to help you show where to find Items/Areas that are hard to find!

    Walkthrough:

    Show

    This game wasn’t even fun to play with all the Pixelhunting. I want to play games where someone can think logically, and escape easily! Anyways, enjoy this Walkthrough!

    Type: Detailed Walkthrough with Images
    Time Used: Unknown
    Walkthrough By: Prid

  9. You guys are right…It was a little over-pixelated. However, I thought it was kinda neat(after leaning on Prid’s walkthrough lol).

  10. dg says:

    @Prid: very nice and very detailed WT! I agree with you about this game. It’s not really an “escape” game – it’s more “guess-where-the-pixel-is-and-build-up-your-clicking-finger-muscles-at-the-same-time” game. Zero puzzle-solving challenge.

  11. Prid says:

    @dg: Thanks alot! But I couldn’t have beaten the game without your help. Keep the Hints coming, you’re helping alot of people with an understanding “mind” ;)

    And yeah, this game is “guess-where-the-pixel-is-and-build-up-your-clicking-finger-muscles-at-the-same-time”

  12. dg says:

    @Prid: Thanks, but allow me to correct you: I don’t have an “understanding mind”. What I have is the essential illness required for this game, called “pixelitis”. By definition, it’s an obsessive-compulsive mental disorder that forces a person to check every pixel in every scene… :)

  13. And Introducing... A Leg says:

    Thanks for the walkthrough, Prid and especially the images. I personally think it should be compulsory for the pointer to turn into a hand when you’re on a hotspot.

  14. Penny says:

    out!
    hey guys… is not that bad……

  15. Dom says:

    Sorry guys,

    I didn’t mean to make it so much of a pixel hunt. Everyone who tested it seemed to find the stuff right away. Maybe your screens are too small. :P

    Will bear in mind for my next game, and @dg sorry, yeah there wasn’t much problem solving involved in this one. It was more a linear find and solve rather than putting multiple things together cleverly to achieve the next goal. I’ll make my next one a little more logically challenging.


    Dom

  16. dg says:

    @Dom: I really appreciate your making the effort to read our comments and respond! I only wish some other game designers would do this. I hope you were not offended by these comments – my exaggerations were meant to be humorous. About the screen size: I think that when you design the game you see a full-size screen, but what the player sees is a really small window, sometimes on a notebook.

    The problem, as I see it, and it’s been noted by others, is that the cursor doesn’t change over a hot spot. Another problem in some games (not yours) is that when you select an item, you have to drag it while pressing the mouse button, and if the item is not meant to work where you tried it, you have to reselect it. Such problems take all the fun out of the game. Typical examples of such problems, and bugs galore on top of that, not to mention bad navigation, are games by 123Bee.

    I’m looking forward to your future games!

  17. Dom says:

    @dg,

    I actually design the game so the cursor doesn’t change when hovering over an item. I find it makes the game too easy otherwise. Sorry for not replying earlier, haven’t been back to this thread.

    Will be releasing a new escape game this week. Look out for Shed Escape. :)

  18. NFresh says:

    That one was not fun, i had to click around like a bazillion times just to get the screwdriver!!!!!!!!!!


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