Killer Escape 2: The Surgery
Look, real talk, pal. Get captured by one sicko serial killer with an elaborate kill dungeon set-up, okay. Run straight into the arms of another? I dunno... maybe you're giving off some sort of... pheromone? Psionic is back with another freaky escape game in Killer Escape 2: The Surgery. After the events of the first game, you stumble through the corridors of the ruined building looking for help, but you might have gone from the frying pan to strapped down into the dentist's chair with rusty dental implements coming straight at your face. That's a saying my Grandma used to use, you know. Click around to gather what you can and try to unravel the twisted secret of this place, but above all else solve the puzzles and escape before you're caught for good!
Clues hidden everywhere, jump scare, creepy backstory, thoroughly unsettling antagonist... The Surgery has everything you need to craft a good scary escape. A lot of the frustrating randomisation and awkward mouse puzzles are gone from the original, but at the same time, The Surgery has its own issues with a finicky text parser, small items bleeding into the background, and a relatively small amount of puzzles, few of which require any real brainwork. You can, incidentally, complete the story without finding all the little tidbits and opening the world's creepiest lock, so make sure you search every nook and cranny if you're into completion. And teeth. It's a more atmospheric experience with a focus on story... albeit one that ends with a cliffhanger. And, uh. Some therapy bills.