Based on an existing PC game, EtM tells the story of an earthquake and a woman named Susan becoming trapped in a museum. Overcoming alarm systems, rubble, and other hazards, she must escape the building. Some words from Majesco's Liz Buckley:
"Although an incredibly successful PC genre, the hunt and find adventure category has yet to be introduced on Wii. Escape the Museum's online success coupled with category opportunity and an attractive price point make this an ideal title to bring to market".
She's not wrong about the price, it's going to retail for $19.99.
Puzzles and exploration play a big part in the game. As you make your way through the museum, you'll use the Wiimote to uncover exits and save artifacts.
"Escape the Museum" should be out in time for the holiday season.
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