The tree dwellers are a strictly arboreal group of inmates who hide in the trees. These fierce fighters use arrows and blow-guns to attack their adversaries. Switches play an important part of successfully completing these levels.
The Techno Warriors use electricity to rig their traps. You will have to disable them to get through each of the levels or risk being turned into charcoal. Watch out for the hidden snipers in the later levels.
The fast-paced chase scene at the beginning sets an exciting tone to the game. I personally enjoyed the movie that the game is based on and was relieved to find that seeing the movie didn't ruin the game.
I hate to beat this aspect to death, but the unique idea of combining items to form new ones takes the cake.
The lack of a save feature was disappointing, but was not entirely necessary. The game could have used more of the items you need to combine. I found that I didn't need to use all that many to make it through the game.
WILL YOU LIKE IT?
If you like the idea of figuring out how to build things, the game has a lot of appeal.
Using what you find to create new objects and thus complete the game gives No Escape a different angle.
MANUFACTURER - Psygnosis/Sony
DIFFICULTY - MODERATE
THEME - Action
NUMBER OF PLAYERS - 1
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode
No Escape Screenshots
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