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Entity: A Horror Escape

Entity: A Horror Escape
Entity: A Horror Escape

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  • Requirements:

    Android

  • Latest Version:

    2.1.1

  • Updated Time:

    November 15, 2021

  • File Size:

    73MB

  • Developer:

    Yare Studios LLC

  • Requirements:

    IOS

  • Latest Version:

    2.1.2

  • Updated Time:

    November 13, 2021

  • File Size:

    274.83MB

  • Developer:

    Yare Studios LLC

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DESCRIPTION

Entity: A Horror Escape is a tightly crafted mobile game that locks you in a maze-like house with a scary antagonist. Your goal is to use tools, keys, and brainpower to open doors and solve puzzles in order to escape, all while the terrifying entity relentlessly chases after you.

Entity: A Horror Escape is a game that focuses on survival, solving puzzles, and escaping from a spooky foe. The game utilizes a first-person 3d camera that shows your perspective as you explore a large, complex house that's filled with locked doors and secret passages. Its gameplay resembles other mobile games like Slendrina or Hello Neighbor.

The graphics in Entity: A Horror Escape are optimized for clarity and performance over the atmosphere. While there are a few dark places in the house, most of the map is very well lit. Textures are simple, plain, and clear, ensuring that it's easy to recognize objects and rooms at a glance. 

This doesn't mean that the map is simple. In fact, it's very much the opposite. Entity is filled with cupboards and drawers you can open, boards you can smash, tools you can move around, and puzzles with lots of moving levers. The simple, bright graphics help ensure that the game still runs great on older phones, even with these complicated 3d objects in every room.

Entity has a very simple story that's told via a couple of notes left strewn about the house. You're trapped in a room and a monster is chasing you. There's a little bit more detail than that, but not much. The creature doesn't say much, either; it just ambles aimlessly until it figures out where you are and then chases you relentlessly until you hit a game over screen.

This isn't to say that you're defenseless in Entity. Instead, you've got a powerful tool at your disposal: the flashlight. While the flashlight is pointed at the spooky woman, she'll stop in her tracks and cower in fear. The flashlight has very limited battery life, but you can use it to escape certain doom and backpedal out of rooms, shut the doors, and find a hiding spot.

Speaking of hiding spots, Entity: A Horror Escape is incredibly liberal with places to hide. You can crawl under beds, into cupboards, into boxes, and more. These hiding spots aren't perfect, as the creature will still chase you if it saw you enter them, but they can provide some much needed respite if you make a lot of noise while you're poking around the house.

The exit to the house in Entity is very complicated to open. You'll need to get three passwords, solve two lever puzzles, and collect a number of tools to perform various tasks around the house in order to open the final door. You'll need to get keys to unlock doors, a hammer to break boards, pliers to cut a wire, and a screwdriver to remove screws. You can carry your flashlight plus one of these items, meaning you'll have to run back and forth all over the house to accomplish these tasks. The puzzles mentioned above ensure that you'll have to pay attention and keep your wits about you as you explore.

Entity: A Horror Escape isn't a super long game. You can beat the game in 10 to 20 minutes if you know what you're doing. If you don't know what you're doing or look up a guide, the game can very easily take several hours to beat. The locations of some items are randomized on each playthrough, but the majority of the game stays the same between each run. This means that there's not a huge amount of replay value for most people after they've beaten the game once or twice.

How to play

Entity: A Horror Escape will ask you to solve a lever puzzle a few steps outside of the starting area. In order to open a box on the wall, you'll have to pull a series of levers in the correct order. Each time you pull a wrong lever, all of the levers reset, You're very safe in this room, so solving the puzzle by trial and error will give you the solution eventually, but if you're in a hurry, pull the 3rd, 4th, 2nd, 5th, and then 1st lever from left to right in that order. This will give you the key that unlocks the door upstairs.

Once you're upstairs, the entity will be able to pursue you. Your first order of business should be to find a flashlight While the flashlight has power, turning it on and facing the entity will cause it to cower in fear. She'll remain scared for a few moments after the flashlight leaves her, so you'll want to act quickly in between periods of shining the light in her direction. Try to either quickly do what you came to the room to do or back out, close a door, and move to a hiding spot. As long as you have flashlight power, however, you don't need to be afraid of the entity.

The flashlight (and batteries and other tools) will be found in a randomized place in each game. Be sure to look around in cupboards, drawers, and other hiding spots while you're searching for these valuable items. There are a few constraints behind where each item can spawn, so if you've found an item once, start looking for it in about the same location during your next game. Even if the original item isn't there, you're likely to find a collectible, another tool, or something else of value nearby.

There are a number of red buttons throughout the house that open secret passages. One is located behind some boxes in the kitchen. If you can, try to hit this button early so you don't have to come back for it later. Others are found locked in rooms that you'll need keys, tools, and puzzles to open, ensuring you'll have to run back and forth to find them all.

The second story of the house has a large rectangular balcony that overlooks the interior of the house. This railed-off section is perfect for outmaneuvering the scary lady. If you find yourself being pursued by her, you can build space by shining the flashlight at her, running towards the second-story balcony, and then getting the big rectangular fenced-off area in between you and her. As long as you both stay upstairs, she won't be able to get to you, you'll be able to run away while looking at her, and she'll eventually get bored and wander off.

In addition to lots of red buttons, there are a handful of keypads in the game that require you to input passwords. The first number box is 1591, the second is 0102, and the third is 0846. There are notes in the game that will tell you these passwords as you read them by hiding the numbers cleverly in the text, but these are easy to miss if you're not looking for them.

The second lever puzzle is incredibly complicated compared to the first one. First, pull the middle lever on the right side, then the lever closest to the entrance on the left side, then the lever farther from the entrance on the right side. Next, walk into the room ahead and pull the lever next to the cupboard, then walk back and finish the right side levers before pulling the lever on the left side closest to the entrance. That should solve the puzzle!

Are you an Entity: A Horror Escape fan? Have you beaten the game on hard mode? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below! We'd love to hear any tips and tricks we missed, how you think the game compares to similar titles, and which parts of the game you found the scariest.

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