Escape Hunt: The Lost Temples isn’t particularly hard. The puzzles are fairly easy to figure out without much effort. They’re also not too complex, in comparison to the epic puzzles that you come across in something like The Room 3.
That being said, it’s really fun and you get into it pretty fast. It’s like a light snack of puzzle games. I completed almost the entire game in about three hours. If you have the time, you can complete it in one night.
Some might scoff at a $3.99 game that is done in just a single night, but it’s less than you’d pay for a movie, and in my opinion, more fun in many cases.
In comparison, Monument Valley was short when it first launched, before ustwo games added more puzzles. The first Room game was very simple and definitely not as long as the next two installments.
My point is, The Lost Temples might be short, but it’s fun. If your a fan of puzzle adventure games, it’s right up your alley. It’s not too difficult to get through, but is challenging enough to make you want to keep playing until you beat it. I’d recommend it for anyone that enjoys games like Myst, The Room, Monument Valley, or The Witness. It’s fun and simple and keeps you entertained.
Don’t you want to know what happens to Professor LeBlanc?
What are your thoughts?
Have you played Escape Hunt: Lost Temples? Tell me what you thought of it. Have you ever played a real-life room escape game? Take me with you next time. They’re super fun!