Escape School 2- Watergrove Academy

Player Rating3.91/8

"#305 overall, #39 for 2012"
based on 106 ratings since 04/06/2012
played 1,260 times (finished 105)

Story Difficulty4/8

"march in the swamp"

Play Length4/8

"A well spent lunch break"

Maturity Level3/8

"must be at least this tall to play"
Contains content that may not be suitable for persons under age 10. If this were a movie, it would probably be between G and PG.

You are now Blu Carmen, grandchild of the nameless legend who escaped a second dimension of Clearwaters high in Escape School. You have just been accepted into the prestigious Watergrove academy, and already strange things start to happen. Things are unexplainable, because Blu's parents have neglected to share the story of her grandparents adventure, but with the help of SAINT she can make it through this nightmare.

(I would suggest doing Escape School first if you want to completely understand the legend and SAINT- don't worry Escape School is short)

Player Comments

Not bad at all.

I must say that this was an improvement over the first game, as far as story presentation and overall flow go. This game actually captured my attention and held it for the duration of my multiple playthroughs, so hats off for creating something that was rather engaging and interesting to read.

Ah, but there was some rather problematic issues with the grammar of this storygame. The capitalization of sentences were inconsistent, and I can't stress enough the importance of tidying such things up so they're not able to be detrimental to the story that you're trying to tell your readers. Still, you do have potential when it comes to making fascinating narratives.

I enjoyed that this didn't feel quite linear, as there were multiple endings to earn that varied from favorable to not so favorable for the protagonist. Such things made me want to explore every possible ending that I could be gained out of curiosity. So not bad on that front, because I do feel that shows some imagination and effort from the writer.

All in all, you show promise as a writer, but I really do recommend that you learn to take your time with such things as grammar and making sure that your story has as little flaws as possible. At least when it comes to the technical side of things that is.

Overall, I think that this was some fine work.
-- TharaApples on 5/20/2017 7:47:23 PM
There's some serious potential here! The plot is definitely better than your last game, and the pathes are nice and non-linear. However, your storytelling (including spelling and grammar) could use some serious work. My advice would be to spend a little bit more time working on those aspects. I can tell, due to the extremely short timespan between each one being made, that you must be rushing to churn these games out. Perhaps you could have someone read your next one(s) over and help correct mistakes?

Again, a pretty good game, but there's still a rather large amount of room for improvement.
-- Doodled on 4/10/2012 4:30:17 PM
It's slightly better than the first game, and now there are less people trying to kill me, but it really needs a bit more than this.
-- Saika on 8/15/2017 6:26:04 AM
it is unbelivebley short I love it but it needs to be a little bit longer
-- Mary Anne on 6/21/2017 10:40:19 AM
Well,that's it...
-- Azuan832005 on 6/20/2017 6:10:18 AM
Cool story
-- Likebeingawesome on 6/15/2017 9:32:44 AM
Grammatical errors make it hard to read. Basically good storyline. A little too silly in naming some things.
-- Quorrah on 12/20/2016 8:48:00 PM
Not bad. It was interesting and the over-all grammar was ok.
-- Penworth on 4/29/2015 4:21:44 AM
Good little story. Well written. Has potential to be expanded into something epic.
-- Jordi P on 11/19/2014 11:57:19 AM
Certainly an interesting story, but I could've known at the beginning of the story I was to be set as a girl.

I was imagining my adolescent self (with a little beard) all the way until halfway through!
-- PcGenie on 8/19/2014 8:32:48 AM
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