Escape from the hospital is a lewd point-n’-clicker about a man’s escape from a strange ward.
(F, FxM, MxM) Sexual content.
No. Woot! Woot!
Hours of Game-play?
One or two hours.
No, not necessary.
. . . in a nutshell
Consult my article on visual novels.
out the shell. . .
When starting a new game, you can pick any (of three) floors to begin. The game plays out like a standard point-n’-clicker — you must pay careful attention to detail, and find hidden clues to progress. I recommend screenshoting any clues you find, since there is no inventory system or means to review important documents.
. . . and yes! This is a game you can play one-handed!
The protagonist wakes up in some dilapidated hospital room. All he has is a bracelet with the number nine printed-on. It would appear to be that he’s one of many sexual test subjects, and he wants out.
I don’t blame him — the place he wakes in, looks like bacterial cesspool.
You know what I love? When the first prompt you see isn’t English, and there’s no option to change the language until you answer the prompt? For all I know, I might of signed my first born child away. The language prompt should come before the age verification, for feck’s sakes. Anyways, titlescreen — it looks promising. It actually looks great, even if there’s some furious-lookin’ neko screaming at you. You can adjust audio and text settings from the “Preferences” pane. The “Help” pane will bring up a written tutorial on how to control the game.
The artwork is great! It’s a shame there is no gallery, and the sexual CGs are rather brief.
. . . expect female, male-on-female, and male-on-male sexual content.
For the price, you can’t go too wrong, but I think this game would benefit from a guide of sorts. Like many games of the genre, if you get stuck, you’re kind of screwed. You can skip floors which his nice, but it blows to uh, not see the blow.