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Escape Lala 2 - We made this game with extreme love to the genre

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We (2 people) made a point & click game that takes inspiration from the good 90’s adventure games - especially Kyrandia, which I love the most and was my first adventure game ever…

The sequel is out (for PC/Android/iOS)
Check out our trailer -
https://duckbearlab.com/escape-lala-2/

And you can play the first Escape Lala for free -
https://duckbearlab.com/escape-lala/

We’d love (honestly) to hear your (honest) feedback!

     

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A very flattering review on our retro point & click game… coming in July 18’th
https://indiemarkt.com/game?duckbearlab-escape-lala-2-review&fbclid=IwAR1qKC91rrLpZtXIEhZCf5X7rta9vQtHS4a7SihHDeHiDrQmjxBHv0tCAlU

     

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Do you recognize those classics?

These are paintings on the wall in Escape Lala 2

     
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I recognize a couple of them. You should post this as a quiz!

     

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Thanks m8 Smile
I’ll try to post it without mentioning my game… (the moderator keeps adding my posts together…)

     
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You lost me with the less than retro graphics. This game is not for me because I truly dislike the “Because I’m going for the retro feel of an early 1990’s game” doesn’t mean you can get away with taking the graphics back to 1985. What I see is just horrible.

You asked for comments.

Edit: I should add that there are only three “retro-graphic” games I’ve played in the last five or so years that I either enjoyed or would recommend to others. Kathy Rain, which was designed as retro, but not nearly to the level you have take it. Beneath a Steel Sky, which was played in its original format. And my favorite, To the Moon.

You should love the genre some more and add a few pixels!

     

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Nice! I really enjoyed the first one. I like the retro pixelated graphics. Some hate them but to each there own. It takes me back to the old days when I first started playing adventure games. Looking forward to the second one!  Laughing

     

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Sir Beardalot - 05 July 2019 11:48 PM

Nice! I really enjoyed the first one. I like the retro pixelated graphics. Some hate them but to each there own. It takes me back to the old days when I first started playing adventure games. Looking forward to the second one!  Laughing

Thanks m8 Smile
Escape Lala 2 is released today -
https://duckbearlab.com/escape-lala-2/

Enjoy!

     

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Hi!
Escape Lala 2 is finally released today -
https://duckbearlab.com/escape-lala-2/
(Steam & iOS. Android soon when the store will approve it)

Hope you’ll enjoy it!

     

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rtrooney - 05 July 2019 08:39 PM

You lost me with the less than retro graphics. This game is not for me because I truly dislike the “Because I’m going for the retro feel of an early 1990’s game” doesn’t mean you can get away with taking the graphics back to 1985. What I see is just horrible.

You asked for comments.

Edit: I should add that there are only three “retro-graphic” games I’ve played in the last five or so years that I either enjoyed or would recommend to others. Kathy Rain, which was designed as retro, but not nearly to the level you have take it. Beneath a Steel Sky, which was played in its original format. And my favorite, To the Moon.

You should love the genre some more and add a few pixels!

Hi Ernest, I respect your opinion.
I guess there are a few people that do love pixel art.
Have a great day Smile

     

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