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Evacuation is a game of clever scheme, swift intellects and quite easy to play. It is a new retro-styled puzzle game; it is developed by two smart game developers Ryan Chisholm and Bennett Foddy, creator of QWOP.
The main plot of the game is about space ship, aliens and Capitan, The goal of evacuation is to open the locks by the aliens to move into space. Under no circumstances fly into space or be eaten by aliens. Caution should the captain die. This opens the floodgates click through. Set to get a flag (also click) to the Department at a specific location.
Aliens have invaded and only way to get rid of them is to opening them into space! But try not to airlock too many of the crew. Tap the doors to open and close them, or tap the floors to place a flag for your crew to rally around.
If you accidentally evacuate the captain thinking also him the alien, it’s a big mistake and the game will be over if you ever did this knowingly or unknowingly – he’s also the pilot of this aircraft. If you lose all your crew, its game over too – when you have no crew, no one can hear you scream… the one hand, Evacuation has a decent mixture of tactic and providence that marks each level a test to figure out. There’s no time limit in this game, another cool feature which welcomes the slow players this feature is contrary to many games which are fast in speed and you have to do the gameplay fast, so you always have ample time, and are free to reflect all of your choices before selecting which doors to open to detect the aliens, On the other hand, some levels leave you feeling a bit too lucky. One thing that’s not completely understandable is whether or not the movement of the aliens and crew a random, actually why I think like that is because if we know already this fact, then we can make our strategy to play this game, and it can affect how one plays this game strategically.
The game is really good but the precision of the controls needs a lot of work, especially for the levels where you need to click fast.