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Submitted by shaneryanTB 965d ago | review

Killer Escape review | Thunderbolt

Shane Ryan, Thunderbolt writes:
Continuing my recent search for the more obscure and odd on the iOS store, Killer Escape has been unearthed. This is a point’n’tap adventure by Psionic Games that awakens you in a damp, underground cell. A tall man is stood on the opposite side of a barred prison door. His face hidden beneath a white mask, he offers some fevered warnings before laughing manically – as all psychopaths apparently do – and disappearing into the shadows. The realisation quickly hits that you’re not the first to have been here. There were others who most certainly met an excruciating end. (iPhone, killer escape) 6/10

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