This is a 15-stage room escape game which also has logic puzzle components to it.
Avoid spikes, enemies, and other dangers like falling off platform.
Position the angled mirrors to aim the red orb fireball at the gray box.
Open the doors as needed and position yourself to exit the level before the left side of the screen reaches you.
In later levels you control 2 players, setting one in place and then finishing the level with the other.
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Escape Kid Game for Kids Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Safely escape the level exit to unlock the next level.
Starting the Game
Press “A” or “Enter” or touch the welcome screen to start the game.
Move left or right using the left and right arrow keys or the A and D buttons.
Jump by pressing the up arrow key or the W key.
Double jump by pressing the up arrow key or W key twice.
Z is the main action button which can be used for turning mirror positions or setting switches.
In later levels you have multiple characters you can use to beat the level. When one character is in the position you want them to be in press X to bring the second character into play.
Press the R key to restart levels.
The left and right movement buttons are on screen in the lower left corner.
X B and A buttons are in the lower right corner.
Use the left stick or direction pad to move.
Jump & double jump with A.
X is the action button.
Y is the restart button.
This game has level restart and level select buttons in the lower right corner.
The first couple levels serve as an introduction.
Stand next to the red orb and shoot it at the black and gray box with the white outline.
Then run to the exit before a wall rushing in from the left side of the screen runs into you.
Mirror boxes reflect the red beam based on the angle of the mirrored surface.
You will often need to stand or jump near mirrors and use the action button to reposition their angle to direct the red orb’s flow path.
If there is a box where it appears you can shoot directly at it, you typically on most levels want to shoot a circuitous path around the mirrors to give yourself more time to exit the level.
On some levels it makes sense to intentionally leave a mirror box out of position until you have explored the level, particularly if you are playing a level with 2 characters, so that you do not accidentally shoot and activate the end of level box switch before your second character is near the exit.
This game is of the one-hit death variety.
If you die you can repeat the level as many times as you like, but the flying enemies are frustrating because they move much faster than you do.
The two ways to deal with flying enemies is to lead them out of play by having them chase you toward a part of the level you will not need to visit or to have them chase you near the red orb and then either you shoot them with the red orb, shoot them with a red orb bouncing off of mirrors, or have them run directly into the red orb.
On the final level it is helpful to lure the flying enemies one at a time into the red orb then beat the level. Trying to beat the level while moving switches and beating the end of level screen move would be almost impossible, so take out the flying enemies first.
Switches can close walls or open them.
Switches can also make ledges you can stand on appear or disappear.
Each switch tends to be associated with different parts of the game.
In some cases your fireball from the red orb hits the switches as it passes them. When it does, the switches can change position, which can mean you may want some switches set out of position so that when you hit them they open pathways which could otherwise be closed.
In later levels you get a second character.
In general when you have 2 characters you typically want to set up the level as best as you can for the second character to be able to be near the exit while the first character is positioned near the red orb, ready to fire it at a reflective mirror box.
Sometimes you need to jump off of one character to make it across gaps, but in most cases the first character shoots the red orb while the second character tries to escape the level.
When you go to shoot the red orb, be sure your second character is not in the path blocking the flow of the orb or else you won’t be able to hit the target.
The closer your second character is to the level exit the greater the likelihood you will be able to make it out.
When you play with the second character you can no longer move the first character. This means you want to ensure they are on the correct side of the red orb to fire when you are ready for them to.
A second part of this is ensuring the mirrors are in order when you want to shoot and ensuring you do not accidentally shoot too soon by forgetting you control both character’s action item at the same time.
The game is suited for older kids and for fans of escape room and logic puzzle games.
The first couple levels are easy enough anyone could do them, but the final level is quite difficult.
The game has no adult content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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