Escapecraft 2 is the second installment of the Escapecraft series (oh yes, there will be more). This version features more than a dozen new rooms-o-puzzles, 2 different endings, 50% less rage-quit, functional respawn, minimal game-ending failure penalties and more corny videogame-clichés than you can shake a stack of 64 sticks at!
Those who played the first game (found here) know the drill. For those new to my devious inventions, I have included a short tutorial room.
As anyone who has ever tried to create something this complicated in Minecraft could tell you, Escapecraft 2 required HOURS upon HOURS of development time before it was fit to release. This meant time away from schoolwork and the minimum-wage job that helps pay for my graduate education. If you enjoyed the game, please drop a dollar/euro/yen/wooden nickel in this digital tip-jar. More donations means more time I can spend away from waiting tables at the bowling alley and more time spent making Escapecraft 3!
There are two download links. The first will take you to a Paypal page, where you pay $0.50 and get the game. The second download link below will take you to an advertisement, followed by the download page.
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SPECIAL THANKS TO: Emily, yowto, TheWiz, and berky93 for their INCREDIBLE assistance testing and retesting this new game! They selflessly spent hours of their time covering my idiotic mistakes. Without them, Escapecraft 2 would never have been finished.
- Download file and unzip to your minecraft folder (on Windows 7, go to C: -> Users -> *USERNAME* -> AppData -> Roaming -> .minecraft -> saves )
- Rename folder "World#" (where '#' is a number 1-5). If you already have 5 worlds, you will need to rename one of the existing save folders.
- I recommend creating a additional backup folder, in the all-too-likely event of your death.
- Since there is no manual save feature in Minecraft, under certain circumstances (you lose items due to death) you may have to manually reinstall Escapecraft and start over.
MrScaryMuffin, in addition to volunteering to work on EscapeCraft 3, has also provided a very helpful and occasionally hilarious walkthrough video that is almost certainly more helpful than my walkthrough "hints." Obviously, MAJOR spoilers in the video - if you are just looking for a little bit of help, I recommend the more vaguely worded hints that follow. For "OMG IM COMPLETELY STUCK WHY DID YOU MAKE THIS STUPID GAME" sort of assistance, use the video. (Also note that he uses some... unorthodox methods and goes some places I didn't really mean for you to).
Room 10-13 (Rooftops and observation)
1.0 - First public release
1.1 - Fixed the redstone room so players cannot escape to the outside.
1.2 - Minor bug fixes. Improvements to the "Secret Ending" that allude to Escapecraft 3...