Prison Break – can you set yourself free?

Prison Break – a free game that carries the same name as the US TV series – is something that you don’t see every day. It’s just a different game that comes with something new, something exciting and fun. You are some guy who has been tossed in prison for no reason so your only goal here is to escape. To do so, however, you need to get all the tools – a map, a hammer, a drill and then some drilling.

So the goal of the game is to help the guy draw a map and do all the things he needs to set himself free. You have two enemies though – the prison guard and time. You are time-limited when it comes to the escape – you got 14 in-game days – and when you do your activities. In addition if you get caught you will spend a day in the solitary, which frankly is lost time.

The game captures with its different gameplay that keeps you wishing to see more and more of it so in the long run the game may turn out to be a success.

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