Daily Escape 2

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

Daily Escape 2Daily Escape 2 is the second installment in the Daily Escape series from Bangtal. Once again, you find yourself trapped in an unknown place and the door is locked. No more active TAB key in this second episode and still no text: explore the different rooms and find the card to open the exit door! Have fun!

Update: Daily Escape 2 walkthrough in comment #20 (thanks merve!)

By Eric

current rating 2.33


33 Comments to Daily Escape 2

  1. CJ says:

    anyone here?

  2. CJ says:

    got everything and having problem w/ the computer room game…last thing of course!

  3. dog says:

    Spot the differences.There are 4.

  4. dog says:

    Where are you up to CJ?
    I have Show

    and used Show

  5. dog says:


  6. dog says:

    And out!!!

  7. shine says:

    where did you find the video??

  8. elly says:

    where did you find the screwdriver?

  9. elly says:

    found it,…but where to use it?

  10. mona says:

    where is the remote and where to use the screwdriver??????????

    i’m so stuck here

  11. mona says:

    o.k Show

  12. alice says:

    hi @all,
    i’m stuck too.
    can’t find where to use the screwdriver, can’t find the video, seems like a lot of pixel-hunting this one…

  13. Robert Bares says:

    There is no pixel hunting in this game.


  14. Alexa Karuda says:

    Where is the screwdriver?

  15. Fay says:

    to get the CD, you have to: Show

    can someone verify that thats correct? i cant quite remember…

  16. Fay says:

    where is the second bettery, video, and screwdriver??

  17. Fay says:

    can sumone post a walkthrough?

  18. Fay says:

    ooohhh found the screwdriver- Show

  19. bosco says:


  20. merve says:


  21. emi says:

    second battery

  22. emi says:

    second battery

  23. daisy says:

    I still can’t find the video

  24. J says:

    This is a particularly nonsensical game, from a real-world point of view: Show

    Oh, and there is too pixel hunting in this game: if you have to click in a certain spot to get something, but that certain spot looks no different from its neighboring spots, and there’s no logical reason why you’d need to click there and not elsewhere, that’s pixel hunting.

  25. daisy says:

    Please tell me which pixel to click for the video tape!?

  26. J says:

    @ daisy: I think it was around Show

  27. J says:

    Here’s a more detailed walkthrough — the game is counterintuitive in enough places that it seems necessary.



















  28. Jules says:

    Finding the video tape is the only nasty part in this game. J already said it, but just to make it a bit clearer Show

    Hope this helps.

  29. Jules says:

    Nevermind previous post, guess not necessary anymore. I hadn’t seen J’s walktrhrough by the time of my post. I need to learn to refresh more often lol

  30. daisy says:

    Thank you so much Jules and J, I never would have found that. I kept thinking it was supposed to be on the top for some reason.

  31. Reka says:

    I was going to post a “there is TOO pixel-hunting in this game” comment in reply to Robert Bares, but I see J beat me to it.

    Comparing this game to Daily Escape 1 shows exactly why disabling the Tab key is a BAD idea. The first game is a lovely, albeit not ground-breaking, exercise in the genre. This game is the sort of pixel-hunting nonsensical leaps of non-logic lets-give-room-escape-a-bad-name type of offering that usually typifies a developer’s first effort.

  32. Sue says:

    Wow, I actually did it all without help! That wastebasket was a pain, but I figured it out :) Either I’m getting better at these, or this was fairly easy.