Escape Game Adventure: The Mad Hacker

By | April 8, 2020

by Escape Game Adventure (website)

£8.00 $9.99

📓escape book
for kids
Your mission: Locate and destroy the virus and then escape from the scientific compound before the spatial-temporal portal closes forever! With the help of Dooz, your faithful robot, you have been teleported to the year 2394! In this era, a mad scientist plans to paralyze the entire world using a powerful cyber virus... In a few moments, it will be too late! Choose to solve this challenge on your own or with a friend! Either way, let's go!
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Played: 28 Nov 2021 Team size: 1 Time taken: 0:45
family friendly

Great for kids

Anonymous rated this:Rated between 40 and 40 out of 5
These books were designed for kids and families and for that audience, it hit the mark well. I played with two of my great-niblings, ages 10 and 12, and they loved them both and would have played more if there were more. For an enthusiast, they'd be pretty easy and may not be as interesting.

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Like The Last Dragon, The Mad Hacker was a lovely kid-friendly puzzle book with great art and a soft difficulty curve.
Stopping Snarf is going to be tough… can you hack it?
The Mad Hacker is the first puzzle book in the Escape Game Adventure series by Melanie Vives & Remi Prieur (illustrated by El Gunto). Come see what our ERA kids had to say in our very first review by kids… for kids!
You’re a member of the super secretive time-travelling Agency Y. Your job? Doodle about through a series of portals to different time periods and set things right wherever they go wrong. Not on your own, of course. In your every task you’ll be aided and abetted by your faithful robot companion Dooz…

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