If you enjoy puzzles, you’re sure to enjoy MindTrix Escape Oregon. This is a game that will have you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. The storyline is suspenseful and fast paced. You’ll be lost in a new world without any clues or maps. You’ll have to use all of your wits as you figure out where to go and what to do.
A couple of things you should know before getting started. First of all, this game is in no way related to the Oregon series of books or movies. The story of MindTrix Escape Oregon takes you into a whole new world with its own kind of adventure. So if you like adventures and hidden items, this game will provide it. However, it is also very light hearted, which I found very appealing about the game.
The story begins with you as a young girl named Ashley who is found frozen and stuck in a strange mill. You’ll soon learn that this place is a mental institution known as MindTrix. Your mom, dad and other people from the facility are in the process of unifying the scattered mind pieces. When the power fails, the remaining residents of MindTrix Escape will have to work together to make it to safety.
You play as Ashley, who is given the opportunity to escape from the mill and return home. To do so, you’ll have to utilize a grappling hook and bladedlass that you can find in the game’s files. When you are investigating a mysterious case in the game, you might discover a clue that will help you in your escape. When you are talking to some locals in the game, you can use the talk button on the controller to get their attention.
When you successfully complete each level of the game, you will earn credits that can then be spent to purchase weapons and vehicles for your journey. When you are finally rescued by the helpful Oregonians, you will learn that MindTrix was not the only facility used to repossess the mental patients. There might be others, hidden and underground, and you must uncover these dark places of evil in order to escape from Oregon. The storyline in this game is not only interesting, but it is also well written and illustrated.
However, I feel like this game is better enjoyed when played online with friends. Because of its difficulty, I think it would be better enjoyed with a group of friends, instead of alone. In conclusion, I give MindTrix Escape Oregon thumbs up. I would defiantly recommend this game if you are looking for a good online flash game!