Entrapment Release

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Entrapment started out as a project that I created while at University studying Computer Game Design. I eventually turned it into a fully playable short game that I was planning to release for free. At the time, the Adventure Game Studio community created a pay-what-you-want bundle of games to raise money for charity called the AGS Bake Sale. I put Entrapment forward to be a part of it and the bundle ended up raising over $4000, which was pretty neat. A year after the bundle, I was free to release Entrapment as I wished, however I wanted to update it a little here and there before I did so. After a couple of months of working on bug fixes and some gameplay improvements, Entrapment is now available for you to play again:

Head on over to the Entrapment page for download options, or download direct below:

“My name is Sam Drake… and for the past few months, someone has been trying to frame me for murder.”

Sam Drake keeps waking up in Hotel rooms with the bodies of dead girls in the room and the police never far away. He has no memory of what happened to him the night before. He thinks that someone is secretly drugging him and then trying to get him framed for murder. He can’t think of anyone who would want to do this to him. He has had some lucky escapes, but this time, the killer has made it harder for him to get away. He’s determined to see Sam behind bars.

A short Adventure Game created with Adventure Game Studio which features a gripping story with plot twist and a drama thriller theme.

Entrapment was designed and created by Stuart Lilford. Original Soundtrack by Brian Carnrike.