A fairly decent, fairly standard point-and-click game of the escape-the-room variety that is 50% hunt around to find the missing pieces, and 50% solve the puzzle with the pieces.
Attic Escape will keep you busy for about 20-30 minutes, depending upon your skill level with this type of game. For some, hunting around for the right pixel to click is maddening, and yet this one seems to have things hidden in the logical places you might find in a real attic: around rafters, under boxes, etc. Riddles and clues are provided along the way to keep you moving forward. The information you gather will help to finish the game without need for any spoilers or a walkthrough.
Analysis: Although not a beautiful game, the setting is an attic so the rather drab appearance is appropriate. The game is short, its puzzles logical to solve, and it has a mild difficulty level that should appeal to a wide array of casual gamers. But don't expect a narrative; this one is all game play with a solid implementation and without any noticeable bugs or flakiness. Beware, however, the strategically placed ads along the left border of the game that will cause you to lose the game in progress should you click on one of them.
Short, sweet and to the point.
Update: The game was created by Robert Mac Nelly and was originally hosted on its very own site and URL: AtticEscape.com. Unfortunately, the site no longer exists and the game was hardcoded to work only on that site, so the game is no longer available to play. Previous tagged as: browser, escape, flash, free, game, macwinlinux, pointandclick, puzzle, rating-g