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  • Publisher: Game Hive
  • Genre: Role Playing
  • Device: iPhone
  • Size: 36.9 MB
  • Version: 2.6
  • Price: Free
  • Average User Rating:
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App description: OVER 1,300,000 COPIES DOWNLOADED! Screw the bed time, Antrim Escape is the hottest addicting puzzle game that is going to bust your brain!

# 1 Game in over 10 countries including US, UK, Japan, Canada
# 1 Puzzle Game in over 30 countries
# 1 RPG Game in over 55 countries

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WARNING : You are on a mission that requires Einstein's IQ!
Find walkthroughs @ www.gamehivegames.com
After falling from a tree, Ryan woke up in a strange room. Help him escape the room and discover the secret of Antrim Castle!

Antrim Escape is a room escape game. The objective of the game is to find, combine and use designated items to solve puzzles and eventually find the exit of the room. In order to succeed the game, you have to comprehend on the functionality of iphone (multi-touch, accelerometeretc). With its realistic graphics, enticing storyline, intellect puzzles, and intuitive controls, it is a brand new experience to your previously played room escape games! The game will take you days or even weeks to solve the puzzles.

The story is based on a haunted garden in N. Ireland!
20+ Original Puzzles leading to two unanticipated exits
Zoom-In Mode available for stunning graphics
Intuitive Controls: easy access to inventory
Languages Supported: English, Chinese, Japanese, Swedish
OS 4 Tested

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Devilishly Good's comments:

iTunes link to Lite version:
01-21-2010, 06:47 PM
Joined: Oct 2009
Posts: 2,242
I'm surprised nobody is interested in this. It looks like a really good escape the room game-- I'm downloading the lite now.

Here's a gameplay video:

01-21-2010, 07:00 PM
Joined: Jun 2009
Posts: 11,190

Youtube link | Pop Up

Originally Posted by NickFalk View Post

Worst idea ever!
01-24-2010, 10:50 AM
This is one of the most unique point and clicks I have yet to play. You must move your device in realistic ways to find things - I found this out by accident when I was laying down. I had my device up over my face and the view switched to the ceiling and there was an object I was looking for! Then in order to get another object I had to shake the device to get it free!

They really need to push that more in the description! Looks like it got cut off!

However, its really really short. Now I am disappointed.

Last edited by New England Gamer; 01-24-2010 at 11:44 AM. Reason: Change my enthusiastic impression because it was too short.
01-24-2010, 11:22 AM
Joined: Jan 2010
Posts: 17
Yes to all of the other posts. Devilish fun, fiendish puzzles but come on.... a locked room game that's only one room??? The full version and you escape the tower room to rescue **** only to find a "to be continued" ending. Seeing as you're stuck in a castle, with one assumes a lot of rooms, paying for the game room by room will make this the most expensive app in the store!
01-24-2010, 11:37 AM
Errr ended too quickly. VERY tricky puzzles but way too short.
08-19-2010, 10:35 PM
Joined: Mar 2009
Posts: 6,272
The full version is now FREE.

Now Playing: iStunt 2, Monster Trouble, Zombie Runaway, Stylish Sprint, Grim Joggers, Holy Moly Dragons, Fight Night Champion, NBA Jam, Rat On a Skateboard, Puzzle Quest 2, Jungool, Super Stick Golf, Smoody, Gravity Guy.
09-05-2010, 05:05 PM
Hrm, I guess maybe 'room escape' games aren't for me. I rarely contribute to game threads, and I think only ever before when it's been something I've *loved*, but this game actually irritated me enough to post.

It's the first 'room escape' game I tried, though was aware of them -- I soon caved in for a walkthrough, after half an hour of frustrated and increasingly random jabbing. My main problem, in a game which is partly simulation/roleplaying, is that a lot of the 'puzzles' are entirely without logic. [SPOILER ALERT:] For instance, having to wipe clean a crystal ball, then find two component hammer parts (?!), all just to be able to smash it -- when you could have dropped it on the floor (yes, I know, it's just a game...) It all felt far too random and without logic or justification in the 'story'. I wouldn't mind if some of it was like that -- serendipitous finds -- but way too much of it is.

It'd also be nice if more detail of the room was retained -- if you leave a cupboard open, when you move away from that wall and then back again, it's magically closed. The clock doesn't show the time you changed it to once zoomed back out.

Meh. Maybe it's just that I don't *get* the genre, but for something which is trying to have a story/mystery the 'puzzles' are just far too oblique/random. It's not just sour grapes 'cos I couldn't figure them for myself, honest .

I wouldn't wish to put people off getting this if they know they like these kind of jab-at-the-screen mystery adventures, but if you're on the fence then perhaps don't bother.