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Can you escape the Dreamcage? Are you ready to solve puzzles and crack codes in this new and innovative room escape game? A strange world full of different cages, each one trapping a miniature world inside. Beautiful and magical, but creepy and captivating at the same time! You find yourself inside Cage 28 with no idea of what's going on. The Giant Caretaker, that was looking after the cages, seems to be long gone and everything is falling apart. Find a way out, or risk being locked inside forever! If you think you have what it takes to escape all those rooms go on and download this escape game now! Features: - Unique setting and ambiance, unlike any other escape game. - Complete, functioning world imagined inside a claustrophobic birdcage. - 15 beautiful rooms to explore! - Dozens of challenging quests and original puzzles! - An escape game you will remember!
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Fairly easy game to just pick up and play. Gameplay is pretty straightforward, although finding objects/coins can become something of a “tap-fest” (‘bout wore my finger out). Puzzles are not too hard, with a couple of thought-provokers, though I did have a little trouble with the mechanics of one in particular, which was just a brain-fart on my part (as a quick look at the walkthrough pointed out). This was intelligently put together and a fun little diversion for awhile, however I’m not sure the additional levels are worth 3 bucks for a few more minutes of escaping. Still, the first eight are definitely worth the effort.
EDITED- Developers, Thank you for responding! I have edited this review because it is now working fine (not quite sure but likely Apple Glitch that worked itself out), so I started to play and realized I have completed this game before and Loved it then, but must have neglected reviewing as such! So great game, better than adequate puzzles—resulting in my playing through some levels just for fun- as I love the look, content, and especially ability to move items in screen. 👆🏻💡 Have never given an app 1 star- hope this can change with developers response- Very dissatisfied and disappointed that I paid for this game as it looks really fun for me, and when I try to play the game all I have is a black screen with audible music. Attempted to delete and then download again, tried opening game from App Store instead of screen, and restarted phone (iPhone 8+) and then turned phone off even to no avail. Contacting maker leads to Facebook page which I do not prefer to use. Did note other reviews that mentioned black screen issues and usually I don’t pay for a game with those concerns present, however the look of game really appealed to me so I thought I may be one of the users who had no issues. Silly me. Please developers: look into this glitch so I can enjoy game as planned!!
Thanks for reporting this! I briefly considered purchasing (I think the artwork and creativity are beautifully unique in this game) but personally, I think $3 is way to much for an hour of gameplay. Esp when there are amazing games out there for the same price. So I checked reviews to see if it was worth the money in other ways and saw your review. So...you should request a refund. When Apple sends you the receipt for your purchase via email ..you can click the button "report a problem". It will take you to an online form where you can request a refund. Just select "didn't mean to purchase." Or whatever the wording is. If you try to explain the issue through that form, it won't give you a refund...it just starts an email chain with the developer. And that's not getting you your refund...which you should have. Then..you can report the problem through app support separately. But get your refund first!
This definitely could have been longer. The story, what of it there was, was somewhat intriguing, but then it just end abruptly. What I really enjoyed about this title was the setting, the art was great too, and the sound design was also well done. On the other hand, some of the puzzles seemed a little half measured, and I finished the game in one sitting. If you're waiting for the next installment of The Room series to come out, this might scratch some of that itch. If you've never played The Room or any of its sequels, check those out first. Far superior games for the same price. Overall I'm not too disappointed I paid to unlock the game, I just hope future titles from this developer have a little more meat on the proverbial bones.
I thought it was odd that I was able play most of the game for free and then had to pay to play the last 6 levels, but I was enjoying the game so I went ahead and paid the $3. As soon as I did, the game started asking for my email password. Every time I launch the game, I get an "official" looking pop-up containing my email address and it says the email password is required (I'm currently sending/receiving email just fine, so my iPhone is not sending the pop-up). DO YOU REALLY THINK I'M GOING TO FALL FOR THAT???
Developed by Snapbreak Games.
Dreamcage Escape: Two Towers is ranking in Games & Puzzle & Adventure
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