100 Doors: Aliens Space


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100 Doors: Aliens Space

JohnB100 Doors: Aliens Space is a mobile room escape game from Gipnetix Games, creator of 100 Doors 2013, 100 Doors of Revenge, and several other similar games. Instead of rooms with tables and chairs, this time you're thrown into outer space to contend with multi-stage doors, alien technology, glowing portals and mysterious artefact pieces. It's one of the more unique takes on the escape genre, and it's all the more entertaining because of it!

100 Doors: Aliens SpaceThe goal of each level is to unlock the door, step through the exit, then travel to another single-screened level and do it again. Simply tap objects to interact with them, solving the occasional puzzle by tilting or shaking your mobile device. Many levels feature the standard keypad code lock, but there are just as many creative takes on simple puzzles as there are standard ones.

At the time of writing, 100 Doors: Aliens Space contains 66 ad-supported levels to work through, with more promised in future updates. You'll activate magnets, spin gears, shake apart teetering structures and much more, all with improved visuals that take a smart turn to the sci-fi genre. It's quite a bit more intriguing than your standard room escape game!

NOTE: This game was played and reviewed on the Nexus 4. Game was available in the North American market at the time of publication, but may not be available in other territories. Please see individual app market pages for purchasing info.

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I had to have a lot of help with this one. Only made it to level 33 and after consulting the online walk throughs:

it has a diagram on the door that goes right 32, up 64, left 32, down 8, left 24, up 80, left 24, up 48, and right 72.

There is a robot standing before a ruler that measures 0, 8, 16. There is a pipe where 16 ends.

Supposedly the robot should go right 4 times in increments of 8, however, the version I have only allows for 3 moves right. Once the robot gets in the pipe, I should press right two more times. Unfortunately, when I press right the fourth time - a little beep occurs and when I press right the fifth time, the robot pops out of a lower pipe on the left side of the screen to end up at the 0 mark.

I see no way past this. Since I can't finish the game I see no point in rating it.

Kind of fun up to this point but very frustrating sometimes too.

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