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Escape the Prison: A Fun and Funny Stick Figure Game with Crazy Scenarios



Escaping The Prison is a fantastically fun stick figure game where you... Well, escape the prison! After being thrown in a prison cell, you must use anything and everything at your disposal to escape! Teleporters, anti-gravity equipment,toilet plungers,... Nothing is off limits in your attempt to escape! But be careful though, for one wrong move or slow reflexes could land you back in your cell... Or worse! Do you have what it takes to escape the prison?DeveloperEscaping The Prison is developed by Puffballs United and is a part of the Henry Stickmin series.




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Work alone or in collaboration to devise a way to escape from the prison wing ready for the greatest challenge of all. Earn your way to FREEDOM and the right to exit the huge prison gates to the outside world!


Escaping the Prison is the second installment of the Henry Stickmin legacy series. Your objective is to get past the guards without being caught. You can choose from a variety of tools at each stage throughout the time game: File, Cellphone, Drill, NrG Drink, Teleporter, and Rocket Launcher. If you make all of the right choices, you might make it out alive! Have you figured out all the possible endings already? You can escape the Lame Way, the Sneaky Way, or the Badass Way! You can find all the Henry Stickman games on Poki to play for free online now.


Prison Escape was no escape room; it was a massive and intense roleplaying game with 80 talented actors and a gigantic cast of players. Prison Escape was a living, breathing entity, an organism with systems that impacted one another. A disruption here trickled down to there.


From their extensive prison intake introduction, to the various escape conspiracies, Prison Escape was a factory that produced individual moments for its players to experience. Some of those moments were epic; others were dull snippets of prison life. They all came together to form a story arc for each player.


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Ready for a challenge? Our Prison Break escape room is not for the faint of heart! You and your team will have to use all your skills to break out of a 1950s prison and avoid getting caught by the guards. Can you escape in time?


What is the recommended age for your games?We recommend our games for ages 13 and up. We do allow younger players, but some of the game content may be too difficult for them. A paying adult, 18 or older, must participate with anyone that is 14 and under. Also, any participants under the age of 18 will need an adult to sign their waiver.


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No refunds are allowed once the experience is booked, but you can reschedule up to 48 hours before your experience, for a date within a year of the original booking. To reschedule, contact the experience provider directly. No-shows or rescheduling less than 48 hours in advance means losing the value of your experience.The Partner can reschedule games up to 4 hours before your reservation time. Within 4 hours of the start time, the game is not transferable and non-refundable.


Welcome to Prison Break, our most challenging escape room yet. This one's not for the faint of heart - you'll be locked up in a 1950s-style prison and split into two separate cells. To escape, you'll need to work together, solving puzzles and overcoming obstacles along the way. But be careful - the guards are watching, and one wrong move could land you back in your cell for good.


You'll need to be strategic, sneaky, and above all, work together as a team to get out of this prison. You'll navigate through the cells, the prison yard, and even the warden's office. And yes, those are real prison toilets - we've spared no expense in creating a fully immersive experience that will have you feeling like a real inmate.


We recommend our games for ages 13 and up, but we do allow younger players with a paying adult, 18 or older, who must participate with anyone that is 14 and under. Additionally, any participants under the age of 18 will need an adult to sign their waiver.


The Heist room at The Escape Game (NYC) was amazing and one of the best escape rooms I've ever played! We were partnered with four other people who were just as into the game as we were, which made it even more fun. The puzzles were clever and technical, and we had so many "OMG" moments when we solved them. We escaped with 10 minutes to spare! I highly recommend this escape room and any other escape rooms by this company. You won't regret it!


We had a great time as a family of five at The Escape Game in NYC. We were looking for availability on our last day in the city and they were really accommodating. We initially planned to book the playground, but the kids were so excited by the prison break room that we couldn't resist. The room was well-themed and had three parts, which was a pleasant surprise. The whole family enjoyed it and we'd definitely return to any of their escape rooms in the future. Highly recommended for families and people of all ages.


This escape room was a blast! It was an intense experience that fully immersed me in the game, and I've played many escape rooms before. This particular location has become my favorite, and John, our game master, was incredibly helpful. We definitely wouldn't have made it out without him. I can't wait to go back and play again!


One of your group members tried to smuggle illegal substance through the Bangkok International Airport. The Thailand authorities have a zero-tolerance policy for drug dealers, and they put you in holding to await your transportation to prison. While detained, a riot breaks out, and the police officers are too busy to keep track of everyone.


The building of the storyworld begins even before the game starts. A prison guard pulls smugglers from the lobby, marches them to the entrance of the jail, handcuffs them, and leads them to their cells.


The scenic falters slightly as potential escapees move beyond the jail cells. Another accused criminal is found locked up in an interrogation room. This is the first instance of the set working against the immersiveness of the game. The person being questioned is a very clearly fake mannequin, limply chained to the table. He provides no clues and does not play a part outside of being a set piece, so it would better benefit the game if this prisoner was more realistic in nature, or less prominently examinable by escapees.


Thai prison, like plenty of other jail themed escape games, kicks off with a split start. Inmates are divided, locked in two adjacent cells, and must first work on reuniting before moving closer to escape.


This blind separation creates a built in need to communicate clearly and effectively as each room cannot be seen from the other. The first half of Thai Prison is very reminiscent of the classic point-and-click online escape games. There are some clever hiding places for tools that will help prisoners break free as well as some super creative uses for everyday objects.


Once free from the jail cells, the quality of the challenges starts to slip away. In the second half of this prison break, several points in particular stood out as requiring leaps in logic. Each such instance could be easily fixed with more built in clues on the props or in the game space. The first of these involves and overlay puzzle that very clearly needs to be placed somewhere, but it there was no direction that led to the proper place without a hint.


The second hang up is the mechanism used to move from the interrogation room to the final space. Prior knowledge of a technique to unlock doors is immensely helpful here, otherwise clueing will be needed to advance. The final big logic leap comes in the form of a hiding place that would be very difficult to find without hints or more built in clues somewhere in the game. There is one additional small but important step that is unintuitive to figure out for those unfamiliar with what polarized lenses are.


Thai Prison is certainly a fun escape that utilizes lots of inventive techniques. Old school point-and-click games came to mind more than once while working to break free from the cells, which brought about smiles and appreciative nods. While a few points later in the game led to slightly frustrated eye rolls, those design flaws do not outweigh the positives.


MindEscape has taken a unique spin on a popular theme, and in doing so has created a game that plays differently than many other jail break escapes. Thai Prison is a very solid 3 Key game. Fixing the several logic leaps would help lift this experience to a higher rating, but it still provides an entertaining and exciting challenge even in its current form.


I went with my best friend and was literally hooked! We love doing escape rooms but this was something unique and exciting! I could spend hours there working them out, beautifully designed and well thought out puzzles and concept! Staff were lovely and friendly and we will definitely be back again! ?


Great wee experienceWe managed nearly all the cells in the 1 1/2 hrs we booked, well briefed and explained. What was really good was the fact that the diversity of challenges ie numbers, codes, lights, climbing, dexterity, musical etc meant there were 2 or 3 challenges which suited each of our group of x4 best; something for everyone?Would do it again as well, as the challenge next time would be to do all prison cells and complete more challenges.PS one of our group gets claustrophobic and no sign of that at all when doing all the cells! Just really well designed and nice tea room at reception as well ?


A must for belfastHonestly the best thing I have ever done. Can't recommend enough. We did 1.5hrs and could have done longer. Even we're treated to a taste of the axe throwing. Amazing experience. It is Not an escape room it is a series of different challenges


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