Lab Escape


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JessLab EscapeLab Escape is definitely not suitable for your third grader's safety education class—unless, of course, he or she is destined for the mighty and terrible role of Escape Game Protagonist. In that case, the cavalier handling of sensitive, questionable chemicals is just fine! After all, we've used some pretty odd methods to get out of rooms in the past... why not take the more direct (and toxic) route?

This is certainly one of the more straightforward room escapes I've come across. Worry not about secret codes or enigmatic messages; Lab Escape just requires you to take stock of your surroundings and act accordingly. Sure, objects are stashed in strange places; besides that, however, the scenario is fairly realistic, if perhaps one not likely to be encountered in day to day life. This isn't a bad thing, however; it's kinda nice to take a break from more fantastical situations.

Lab Escape is truly bite-sized, and you'll probably find yourself finished with it in under 10 minutes (assuming some little detail doesn't trip you up). Aside from one somewhat unintuitive action, progress through the game is logical and straightforward. The graphics are nice enough, though I do wish that there was some sort of a soundtrack or music; it would have added a good deal to the ambiance, and in a game this simple and short "setting the mood" is quite important. Still, Lab Escape is certainly enjoyable...and anyways, who doesn't love messing around with dangerous chemicals?

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LabEscape walkthrough

Good places to snoop around:

Under stool

Round things on wall

Electric sockets

Ventilation slot

Waste bin (yellow bucket)

Now for some more hidden things:

The floor corners (Hmm, there's only ONE you really can reach)

The tall cupboard

Look just above the green lamp

And then you need to use tools:

Pin to poke the centrifuge

Keys for the safe

... and then passing card inside...

So, got most of the things needed.
Now for some chemistry!

Test tube in the holder on the bench.

Then pour the unhealthy liquid from the safe

Nothing happens... maybe some drops of water?

The something, stuck in the vent?

You did check the tap first?

cold... and warm...

You do have an empty beaker, use it.

Back to the lab bench

Take a deep breath ;-)

Wait a few seconds, and then..

Done!

Walkthrough:

Access Card:

Zoom in on base of big fridge

Take access card

Yellow Key:

Zoom out, then look at corner of floor to left of door

Pull back carpet, take key

Gas Mask:

Zoom out, then look under chair

Take gas mask

Pin:

Turn around and look at socket above broken glass

Take pin

Test Tube:

Turn left and use pin to open centrifuge (in the "open" hole)

Take test tube

Green Key:

Turn left and look at barrel

Take key

Beaker:

Look at small cupboard with two holes

Put yellow key in top hole

Put green key in bottom hole

Use access card to activate machine

Take beaker

Put test tube in test tube rack

Add beaker contents to it

Go to the sink and turn the tap

Look at the grill, fill the beaker with dripping water

Wear gas mask!

Add water to test tube

Open the door

You're out!

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LabEscape walkthrough

Good places to snoop around:

Under stool

Round things on wall

Electric sockets

Ventilation slot

Waste bin (yellow bucket)

Now for some more hidden things:

The floor corners (Hmm, there's only ONE you really can reach)

The tall cupboard

Look just above the green lamp

And then you need to use tools:

Pin to poke the centrifuge

Keys for the safe

... and then passing card inside...

So, got most of the things needed.
Now for some chemistry!

Test tube in the holder on the bench.

Then pour the unhealthy liquid from the safe

Nothing happens... maybe some drops of water?

The something, stuck in the vent?

You did check the tap first?

cold... and warm...

You do have an empty beaker, use it.

Back to the lab bench

Take a deep breath ;-)

Wait a few seconds, and then..

Done!

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Agent Icarus Author Profile Page September 24, 2008 6:13 AM

Walkthrough:

Access Card:

Zoom in on base of big fridge

Take access card

Yellow Key:

Zoom out, then look at corner of floor to left of door

Pull back carpet, take key

Gas Mask:

Zoom out, then look under chair

Take gas mask

Pin:

Turn around and look at socket above broken glass

Take pin

Test Tube:

Turn left and use pin to open centrifuge (in the "open" hole)

Take test tube

Green Key:

Turn left and look at barrel

Take key

Beaker:

Look at small cupboard with two holes

Put yellow key in top hole

Put green key in bottom hole

Use access card to activate machine

Take beaker

Put test tube in test tube rack

Add beaker contents to it

Go to the sink and turn the tap

Look at the grill, fill the beaker with dripping water

Wear gas mask!

Add water to test tube

Open the door

You're out!

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