Inverse Universe - Room Escape

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    Inverse Universe - Room Escape

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    Inverse Universe (FULL version) is the complete, beautifully pre-rendered 3D room escape game by FireRabbit.

    Escaped rooms before? How about two universes collapsing together? The goal of Inverse Universe Escape is to escape multiple rooms by discovering clues, solving puzzles, and finding and using objects found throughout the two universes. Your motivation is to prevent these two universes from collapsing together completely and destroying everything within them. Though unsolvable in their own universes, many puzzles can be solved by bringing objects in one universe to the other and seeing what the inverse effects are on the other side; for example, closing a door on one side could open it on the other side.

    This is a fun, moderately challenging game for new and experienced room escape game players alike. If you get stuck, a step-by-step walk through (with hints) will push you in the right direction. A map is provided with convenient shortcuts that expedite you through the wide and vast play area. Video flythrough will introduce you to new rooms; check out the YouTube video for a preview of the world.

    This game is available in English and French which will load automatically in the language of your device.

    The game will auto-save your every move so you can always undo a step or take a break. Please do not spoil the fun for others by posting puzzle solutions in the comments.

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    Users comments for Inverse Universe - Room Escape

    Podger Tong

    by Podger Tong

    Sep 06, 2017  |  "Good"

    Not really an intuitive setup. It's pretty hard to see, some of the clues are off and the thing ends abruptly. Good concept of reversibility, though.

    Christopher DePaepe

    by Christopher DePaepe

    Jun 22, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    I loved the stalker series and here is another one to play


    by James

    May 27, 2016  |  "Good"

    Lost game data near the end. Didn't want to start over again.

    Riley Baca

    by Riley Baca

    Aug 24, 2015  |  "Awesome"

    Just amazing

    Elizabeth Puglise

    by Elizabeth Puglise

    Aug 23, 2015  |  "Awesome"

    Once you get the hang of things this is a lot of fun.

    San Laws

    by San Laws

    Apr 08, 2015  |  "Awesome"

    Playing now its cool fun