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Escape: Close Call

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How long can you last?Escape: Close Call is an adrenaline pumping driving game which rewards near crashes with style points, encouraging risk and thrill seeking. Escape enemy vehicles increasing in difficulty while completing missions, maneuvering through the landscape, and earning coins to upgrade your vehicle with weapons. Can you defeat the odds?Key Features:
  • Steep learning curve. Easy to learn, hard to master.
  • Cinematic Close Calls when barely managing to evade enemy vehicles.
  • Standoff mode where you challenge enemy cars as a matador.
  • Game mechanics that reward thrill seeking and risk.
  • Diverse power-ups that can be upgraded and personalized.
  • Novel sense of progression through unlocking stages.
  • 25 different vehicles that the player can drive, each with its own mechanics and advantageous properties.
  • Achievements and leaderboards to compare times and scores with friends or globally.
What's Next?Escape is a complete and finished single player game, but we have many ideas on expanding the game and creating new modes. We plan on continuously updating the game and adding new features, which include:

  • Linux version.
  • Record and playback run. In game recorder.
  • More game modes, including real-time multiplayer (next update).
  • New stages, new enemy vehicles.
  • Level editor and Sandbox mode.
  • VR support (Done).
  • Graphics overhaul.
  • Tweaking the game and fixing any possible bugs.
  • And more, as time goes on and we get more feedback.
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Tarboosh Games
Tarboosh Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • Processor: Core 2 Duo, 2.0 Ghz+
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 MB video memory
  • Storage: 500 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

  • Processor: Intel-based, 2.0 Ghz+
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 MB video memory
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
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Escape: Close Call-is a racing arcade game in which you have to run away from the saucers of the law. By and large, all you need-it is as long as possible to avoid catching, thus earning experience points and money for improvement. The Game was developed by Tarboosh Games, and this is their first project on the vastness of the store trims. We can say that the debut was quite spectacular. The Plot, as such, in Escape: Close Call-No. But it has a ton of fun, adrenaline, and rage-component. So, let's start in order. For Starters we are given a car and quite a bit of fuel. This should be enough for us to earn some reputation and denezhek points. What is most interesting, to go to the next level you do not need to accumulate experience points, you need to buy one of the bonuses to break the fence, which separates you from the next stage. Earning the same points of experience and money is very simple, you only need to leave the police destroying everything in its path, and the more masterly you avoid the collision with the "Machine of justice", the more points of experience and money you can earn. Also, these points are earned by drifting the car, but for a long drift you will not succeed, as the police will do everything possible to knock out of you all the crap. When You receive money, you can spend it on the opening of new cars, or on the opening of a variety of bonuses. What are the bonuses in the game? I will answer you with pleasure. There is a bonus with an increase in fuel reserve, which will give you the chance to gain even more experience points and money for one checkout, there is also a bonus for breaking the boundaries of one level, it can also be unlocked for money. I Forgot to mention that there are also zombies in the game. Yes, you heard it, zombies. Sounds, of course, silly, but still realized quite amusing. For killing Zombies You also earn experience points and money. So, there are also bonuses increasing the number of zombies, the number of cops, and there is a bonus that can send all the zombies on your car, but there is another bonus which can slow down all the enemy cars. Of the most useful can be noted and a bonus that gives you the non-destructibility, that is by incorporating it you can ram the police cars, and also a bonus which will increase the fuel supply knocking down zombies. And many other different bonuses. I would like to note that the game has mini-missions. For the performance of which, you will receive a level and be able to unlock a variety of machines. Also in the Escape: Close Call There is a rating of players who last longer lasted. Today The leader of the person who lasted more than 20 minutes. If you think: "Pf, Legkotnya", I advise you to check your strength in this game. As for the graphics, the minimalism has played the developers on hand. Although the graphics and the pyxic and cubic (remember Minecraft with his Cubism), but the effect of the explosions and the chase does not reduce. I would like to note still quite detailed rendering of the environment. The Sound component is the same in the game at the highest level. Sounds of sirens that are about to overtake you, the roar of the motor, which seems to explode now from the tension-and all this under the playful music, which wants to play again and again, to improve their own result. At the end of the review would like to list the pros and cons of the project. Pros: + Playful and Fun racing game + Good sound component of the game + Availability of competitive component + Great diversity of motor vehicles and bonuses Cons:-Small number of Escape levels: Close Call-quite addictive And, something even a complicated arcade race, which is worth spending your time. I Give this project 9 out of 10. "So, I play for the first time. Yes, here's my car, the management is good. Oh, the policeman. Hit me. The End of the game. Emc... Like OK! " * For This review I am thankful to the developer who provided the key to this game. However, this did not affect my personal view of the project. More Reviews in our curator group: Dreams of Genesis
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