A Man Escape

A Man Escape

We’ve all become accustomed to seeing stickman games on Google Play and in most cases they come from the same developer. There is nothing wrong in that as these games are fun and have their own image that is different from most other games on Google Play.

So here we have a new stickman game, this time called A Man Escape. Just like before we have a stickman guy who is in some hot water and you must help him – in our case help him find his way out of prison. A Man Escape is not your typical game – it is more like a cartoon movie where you have to make choices. Each choice leads to different consequences and hence different game endings with only some of them being successful. So prepare for some fun failures and then prepare for some fun successes. Like many other stickman games this one also uses some rude language but this is to be understood, moreover the bad language adds some spice to the game. All in all A Man Escape is a fun app and we did enjoy it a lot. Unfortunately the game is small-sized and quick to finish but then again new stickman games come out every few weeks. Thumbs up for this one!

A Man Escape is right here on Google Play.

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