Clock Tower Escape 1.0
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Clock Tower Escape Review
Last Updated: 2021-10-30 19:16:01
Warning: You need to have a program capable of running an SWF file to play this game. You can click here to find one such program right here on our website.
Point and click games used to be all the craze until around the 2010s. Now, they're usually relegated to mid size productions or simple indie titles. The genre also proved incredibly popular among flash game creators, due to the relatively simple planning and programming that goes into such a game. There are a ton of flash game creators that got into the craze, with Ena Game Studio being one of many. Let's look at one of their games, Clock Tower Escape.
To play Clock Tower Escape, just run it with whatever SWF player you have.
The English is, as is standard in Ena Game Studio games, practically broken. You can understand what the plot is, but only just barely. In this entry, you've become trapped inside of a mysterious clock tower and you need to change the gear mechanisms to escape.
The sound design is the same as practically every other Ena Game Studio game - the background music fits into the setting great and, while jarring at times, usually enhances the experience. The sound effects sound like they come from a cartoon for children. It's a very jarring contradiction.
This game is much like the typical ENA game studio fare - you need to find certain items and use them in such a way that you can escape from an area. There's not a lot of pixel hunting, which is great.
All in all, if you're a fan of point-and-click games, then Clock Tower Escape is very worthy of your time. You won't regret your choice if you give this game a shot.
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