Tested on Humans: Escape Room 2021 From Mc2games
February 24th, 2021
Solve puzzles based on logic.
Explore different rooms, find clues and hidden objects.
Discover more about the experiments and your past.
Enjoy the dark and atmospheric setting.
Tested on Humans: Escape Room is a gloomy escape room that will put your talents to the test. While investigating the various chambers of the research center, solve riddles, decode secret codes, find hidden objects, and study the circumstances that lead you there. Explore each of the rooms in which this adventure takes place to solve the mystery. Will you be able to make it out alive?
Tested on Humans: Escape Room is a traditional ‘Escape the Facility’ game in which Alex – a young woman who wakes up in a prison cell at a medical research facility – is the protagonist. After that, you must figure out how to get out of the cell, through numerous rooms, and (finally) out of the facility. The structure of the game is remarkably similar to that of The Palindrome Syndrome. If you liked it, you’ll like this one as well. The scenery is gloomy and creepy, the puzzles are largely about codes or clinical-type equipment, the tale is upsetting but not violent (we assume this is a spoiler for how things normally turn out), and the gameplay is stress-free without timers, jump scares, and so on. Although we don’t recall the music in Palindrome Syndrome being particularly good or horrible, we couldn’t help but note the incredibly lovely, ambient, and pretty soothing soundtrack in this game. After a time, we felt the tale to be a little predictable, but there was something unexpected about it, and it did, in our opinion, give some complexity to the game.
Tested on Humans: Escape Room game puts your knowledge to the test as well as your ability to piece together small bits to make a larger picture or gain a better understanding. The game looks great, with lots of detail in the rooms and puzzles, and the sound and music are just what you’d expect. On our 5-year-old MSI laptop, we had no trouble running the game at 60 frames per second, however, the game should have more graphics options. Tested on Humans: Escape Room game comprises a large number of brief puzzles that take many different forms, such as logic, decoding, math, pattern matching, and so on. It feels like an interactive version of the puzzle books you used to be able to buy in bookstores, just like the last game. With a few exceptions, the riddles are simple and can be solved using the hints provided in each area. If you get stuck, most puzzles have a hint option. If all else fails, the development team has given a complete solution guide in the Steam forums.
Our only ideas for Tested on Humans: Escape Room are to turn off the ‘active puzzle’ sign after a puzzle is completed and to provide visual cues when buttons are hit. You can’t play the game with the sound turned off right now. You must be able to hear the buttons being pressed. If you start a sequence and then leave the puzzle, you’ll be back in the middle of it when you return. As a result, you’ll need to hear the ‘end of sequence’ sound to know when to start inputting data again. We had a hard time playing without headphones at first. The interface of Tested on Humans: Escape Room was a lot easier to use after we put them on. Color-blind people should be aware that many of the challenges, notably red vs. green, appear to require normal color vision.