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Inush Escape 3

Blink and you'll miss it, but Inush Escape 3, an escape game by, as you might have guessed, Inush, is still seriously adorable. In it, you play a tag-team of pup and owner... both want to get out of the house, but they'll need to work together to do so, starting with getting the dog out of its crate. While the text is in Japanese, you don't need to be able to understand it to play. The game is split into two views, with the dog on the bottom and the human on top, and you have to know when to use each character to proceed. The human obviously can pick up and use items, while the pup can dig, mess with things with its paws, and so on according to the action icons on the right side of the screen. While short and definitely on the easy side, Inush Escape 3 is such a great idea and executed so cutely that it brightens your day, and hopefully one day dog and human bestie will reunite for an even bigger, bolder escape... though we wouldn't say no to more of these bite-sized delights either. Can you find both endings?

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That was short, but really well executed. I'd like to see a longer game using the same mechanics some time.

VoxPopuli42 June 18, 2015 12:51 PM

I love that idea of teamwork between human & dog. Very cute!


I get "walking end" . Is there more than one ending?

kdausman June 18, 2015 3:07 PM

Kay Paulson: Yes, there is a second end.

Focus on the word "end".

As in the end of the game.

Change your very last click.

Have the dog leave the room first rather than the owner.


walkthrough please.

bearharry June 19, 2015 4:55 AM


Every move of the dog is for one puzzle.

The first move is dig.
The second move is stand up.
The third move is press.

bearharry June 19, 2015 5:45 AM


1. check the rubiks on the table
2. open the dog cage

press N,E,S,SW (N as above)or 1,2,6,8 (for number pad on keyboard)

3. DOG go under the table and use the second move
4. get the bag from the drawer
5. DOG go to the flower pot and use the first move
6. DOG move back and you get the bone
7. press on the bone to get the code
8. input the code into the bag to get the dog key


9. use the key to open the switch on the left hand side of the door
10. DOG use the third move on the switch.
11. get the key form the right of the door
12. Use the key to open the door
13. Who reach the door first will alter the ending
DOG - Running end
You - Walking end

Jamilworm June 20, 2015 12:29 AM

I really liked that concept! The game was indeed short, but satisfying. I too would love to see a longer game like that.


Oh my god I love the concept of having two different perspectives to complete an escape game! The fact your helper was dog made it super adorable. Very short, but very sweet!! Adding my voice to chorus of people interested in a longer game with this mechanic. Very clever.

https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawkEXUQyuOdzqjNjb7CbWDAJ8ufF6vv2bug June 22, 2015 12:29 AM

5 stars for the split-screen cooperative concept. I'd love to see more game designers try this.


Running end...so cute!


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