Sometimes a really good room escape designer comes along and reminds us that we have yet to exhaust the infinite possibilities of the locked one-room escape. What's even nicer is if they come back and do it again, like Factory.112, who have unleashed another master-class of escaping a white, nearly featureless room in unReal 2. As with unReal, unReal 2 contains a plethora of perplexing point-and-click puzzles packed into a pale, padlocked place. Um, but with much less alliteration. The hushed, near-empty space contains navigation arrows, a changing cursor, and little else to help you on your way, leaving you to depend on your problem solving capabilities. Factory.112 has packed this amazing little game with clues that have multiple uses and puzzles that have multiple solutions, once again creating a pulse-pounding practical paradigm of puzzle-solving pleasure. Stop looking at me like that and just go play!
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