Escape from 63rd and Wallace is an audio adventure that takes the listener on a journey to Chicago in 1893, following Charlene, a young woman searching for her sister. This horror-themed story is full of puzzles that you will need to solve in order to succeed.
Enjoy brain tickling challenges and frightening encounters, full of twists and turns, secret discoveries, and perilous ends.
Just say “Ok Google, Talk to Escape 63rd”
Play in two different modes depending on your preference:
Story mode: A rich and descriptive story with fewer puzzles. In story mode you will learn more about Charlene and her past, her motives for traveling to Chicago, and enjoy a detailed and intriguing story with immersive audio to help transport you back in time with the protagonist.
Puzzle mode: Puzzle mode means more challenges and fewer descriptions. See how far you can get! But beware, unlike story mode, puzzle mode can be a fatal affair.
You can switch between these two modes by naming them at any time!
Other helpful utterances:
- "Help": Help has two functions. Outside of puzzles it will provide you with additional information and also remind you of the features mentioned here. During puzzles, the help function will provide a hint for that specific puzzle.
- "Main menu": From there, you can choose which chapter you want to play, check your inventory, or listen to the tutorial for more information.
- "Standby": Standby pauses the game for 4 minutes. Especially useful for when you want more time to think, or just need a small break. To continue, say your devices wake up word followed by, resume.
- "Replay": Useful if you missed something, or just want to listen to the last story segment again.
Escape from 63rd and Wallace is a fictional story that borrows real historical settings and people from the past. Due to the graphic nature of the content, we suggest parental guidance for young listeners.
Try it out now with Chapter 1 for free! Other chapters will require separate premium payment.
This hands free, heads up experience is Powered by Fabella, Produced by Polar Night Studio, and Presented by Poptale.