Summary: Escape Goat 2 is the sequel to the first Escape Goat game developed by MagicalTimeBean and now surprisingly published by DoubleFine Productions. The game has improved slightly, however there are many problems that the game suffers.
Summary: Escape Goat is a fun 2D platformer, nice story (sort of), very helpful tutorial, the only downside is that the game is too short (all rooms have 6 in total) where I have already reached the 4th door out of 8 doors (excluding the exit) and also the puzzles are a bit too easy until later on in the...
Summary: A fun, but somewhat brief, puzzle platformer. This is an enjoyable game with a fun retro aesthetic and good soundtrack to match. Most of the puzzles are satisfying and very few are frustrating to the point of quitting (I only came close to rage-quitting once during the entire playthough).
Summary: Really nice puzzle game, fun and challenging levels, beautiful graphics style and easy platforming controls make escape goat a great game for everyone. However, the highlight of this game is the music, which is pleasant to hear even after countless times of repeating a level.
Summary: I absolutely loved Escape Goat, and I am happy to see more of it now. Escape Goat 2 is basically more of the same, which is not a bad thing. It offers a nice balance of platforming and solving intelligent puzzles. The controls and mechanics are just great. Really nothing to complain about here.
Summary: A lot of modern indie games have tried to capture the "feeling" of games from the early 90s... But this one nails it. Right from the get-go, it feels like I just typed C:ESCAPE~1EGOAT.EXE and hit Enter.
Summary: Escape Goat is a puzzle platformer with a simple premise: you are a goat in prison with a mouse sidekick, and you should escape. I didn't expect to get in to this game as much as I did, but Escape Goat has some solid puzzles, the platforming is tough at times, and I ended up really enjoying it.