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*****PLEASE READ***** ----------Intro----------- This is a quick experimental "game" made in PowerPoint. It's very simple, and, well, meant to be. However, I think it's worth the five minutes it might take you. If I get enough support (and maybe some ideas!) I might make another similar game or a continuation. ----------Controls---------- .escape isn't a game, but a PowerPoint designed like a game, and it is very picky. There isn't any way to save, but there doesn't exactly need to be. You interact with your environment using your mouse. (Or possibly, a drawing tablet or trackpad, but you get the gist.) When you can interact with something, you'll see the arrow cursor change. The array of options on the bottom right can mess up your playing experience, don't tamper with them! ----------Format Issues---------- Because of how AuthorStream shows presentations, the Transcript is chock full of spoilers that also make no sense out of context. Be very careful not to accidentally press forwards or backward either. .escape is somewhat slow in-browser and runs faster if downloaded. It also doesn't have as many format issues. ----------Other---------- This is my first upload to authorStream, and I'm not 100% sure how it works. If there are any errors, or even recommendations, please, let me know!

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There’s nothing there.

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A pile of papers. In this lighting they’re impossible to read.

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You found a poorly-drawn match!

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There’s nothing else here.

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There’s nothing there.

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It’s too dark to see the papers or even examine your surroundings. Unless….. Light the papers on fire? yes no

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There’s nothing there.

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It’s a poster. Take a closer look? yes no

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While it looks really cool, the poster doesn’t seem to be of any importance.

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It’s an air vent. So far, it’s your only plausible means of escape, even if it is a little too small. Too bad it’s attached to the wall.

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Great thinking there. You can’t even read the papers. They could have been the cure to cancer for all you know.

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A… something. Pushing one of the buttons seems like a bad idea. Try to pull the lever? yes no

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The lever is locked into place.

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A box. It’s glued shut, which means it must be important.

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This box is also glued shut.

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What are you doing? You’re supposed to think not click aimlessly. Stop that.

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This box isn’t glued shut. See what’s inside? yes no

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You found a mysterious paper! To examine it, click the paper icon in the top left corner at any time.

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You’re not sure what these symbols are, and staring won’t help you crack the code. Flip the paper over? yes no

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Whoever made this is very creative.

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There’s nothing in these boxes. Well, at least the ones you can open.

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This hasn’t gotten more interesting just because you picked up a paper.

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If you listen closely you can hear millions crying in anguish now that their hopes for survival have merely become lighting for you. You monster.

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A… something. Would you like to try and press a button? The green one Neither No, red

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Nothing seems to have happened.

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You hear a clicking noise.

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You’re not sure what these symbols are, and staring won’t help you crack the code. Flip the paper over? yes no

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Whoever made this is very creative.

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These charred papers are about as crusty and blackened as your heart.

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There’s nothing in these boxes. Well, at least the ones you can open.

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Nothing seems to have changed here.

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The green button seems to have done something. Pull the lever? yes no

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You found a rusted knife. How convenient!

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You’re not sure what these symbols are, and staring won’t help you crack the code. Flip the paper over? yes no

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Whoever made this is very creative.

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There’s nothing here.

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These charred papers are about as crusty and blackened as your heart.

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The box is glued shut. Try to pry it open with your rusty knife? yes no

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A bunch of bananas! That’d be very convenient, too bad they’re rotten. Disgusting.

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The box is glued shut. Try to pry it open with your rusty knife? yes no

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You find a wrench with an odd symbol on the side.

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How odd.

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There’s nothing here.

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This poster is still awfully suspicious.

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An air vent. Want to try and pry it off of the wall? yes no

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….It wasn’t even an air vent?

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Nothing here is interesting.

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How odd.

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A panel with various buttons. Mess around with them? yes no

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The panel seems to need a code. Click a button to press it.

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The Confirm button flashes red. You probably entered the wrong code.

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Judging from the lack of a reaction, the number you entered is probably correct.

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Judging from the lack of a reaction, the number you entered is probably correct.

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Judging from the lack of a reaction, the number you entered is probably correct.

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Well, that’s peculiar.

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A completely innocent and radical poster…

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…except, it isn’t! Behind it is a door. Open the door, and leave this room behind? yes no

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.fin

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