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Trapped: The Abduction

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$ 9.99 USD

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You`ve woken up locked in the back of a truck with no idea as to how you got there. What was just an average day, has turned into a nightmare! Crack codes, solve puzzles, and avoid the traps laid out by a dangerous serial killer! Move through different locations while your psychotic kidnapper watches you the entire way. Plot your escape in Trapped: The Abduction, a dark and mysterious Hidden Object game.

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 114 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Trapped: The Abduction 3.5 5 16 16
unintuitive I was immediately hooked by the story. It reminded me of the Saw series (which I'm not a huge fan of). I loved the lines from the kidnapper (the first time I heard them) and I liked Helene's attitude. Unfortunately there was a lot of material set up that never really paid off and the ending wasn't satisfying. The graphics are nice but the gameplay is enough to pull you out of the experience. You're unable to pick up an item until the game adds it to the list even if you know that the item is needed for the present puzzle. It feels a like your hand is being held by someone that thinks you're younger than you are. I got to a place where Helene stated that an item was needed but I couldn't get the game to add it to the list for me to pick up. Add to that an annoying night-vision segment, the kidnapper repeating lines, and the hint button's annoying habit of pointing out the task instead of the item that would help with the task and game play slows to a crawl in places. And when you're slowed down you begin to wonder why she's putting things together instead of jumping out a window. Overall, it's a pretty good story but with the gameplay frustrations I'd suggest giving it a pass unless you're a hardcore fan of this type of story. February 19, 2013
Truly Disturbed/Sick Hidden Objects only. Used a free punch. Keep on Desktop for short of time amusement. Not for the weak. May 1, 2014
A wasted opportunity I bought this after reading the plot on the back of the game in the shop.I thought it sounded really interesting, a girl gets abducted and she has to find a way to escape. I quickly realised that is was actually rather dull and repetitive. The game is not scary and the abductors voice is laughable!The ending is abrubt and offers the player no answers at all. A real let down! November 30, 2011
Enoying Sorry but this game is not for me; it was most enoying that U had to click on to an object before U do something with it AND there is NO escape from the rooms worse than that I had to keep using the Hint button DOU;;;; July 16, 2012
disturbing sadistic male fantasy this cant even be called a game-it has a terrible story line, cliched script, and seems very lazy as if some 15 year old boy letting his fantasies run wild one afternoon. im extremely disappointed-shouldnt be as expensive as other games as its clearly nowhere near as good. i honestly dont think i have ever played a worse game. plus, it made me feel physically ill whenever the male character would appear, or speak-there is a fine line between an abduction game and a virtual reality for rapists to get their kicks. this game really overstepped the mark. it took ages between phrases spoken so i had to spend alot of time just waiting around and the objectives were ridiculous. i didnt like a thing about it January 17, 2013
Waste of time. For the first time I've downloaded a game I couldn't even stand to play through the entire demo. Everything about this game was just bad... January 20, 2013
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