Falling Lights – the crypt



Dan was sitting on the porch of his farm, when it all brightened. The light faded into the northern mountain and everything went dark again. The next morning, Dan found the right place. And he started exploring …

Falling Lights is a game in which you can interact with several characters. It is important to note that every character have different skills. So you will have a character selector to execute different actions.

Enjoy!
Fede




17 Responses to Falling Lights – the crypt

  1. Stuck Escaper says:

    Great game so far, but can’t find the lens anywhere. Help!

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  3. Have met 2 other people – and am having a lot of fun (hopefully it doesn’t turn out too scary – poor Jack…).
    The graphics are lovely. Will comment again – but it’s too late to go on now.

  4. Kim says:

    I loved playing esklavos games, but now nothing will load. The screen stays black. Even when the question “Not loading? Click here.” message comes up, it still won’t load. Can anyone out there help me with this? :(

  5. Linda says:

    love, your games. you are the best…..please more games Linda

  6. Now THAT’s a story!!! Very interesting puzzles. Thank you, Esklavos!!!

  7. Stuart says:

    Excellent. Nearly gave up twice but it was well worth seeing ti through to the end. Thank you so much.

  8. tipper says:

    That was fun, thanks. Merry Christmas

  9. Lina says:

    Esklavos is the best, ever! Love your games – beautiful graphics, intriguing story, challenging puzzles … wish the game was 3 times as long :)
    Thank you and Merry Christmas!

  10. Fede says:

    Thank you for the comments! Merry Christmas! :)

  11. Janus Chen says:

    A creative good game, looking forward for the next Episode.

  12. Fab game more please !! :cheer:

  13. Megs says:

    Having the same problem as Kim :( :( :dry:

  14. King J says:

    Kim & Megs, have you tried playing it in a different browser?

  15. Drew says:

    King J, it is not the job of the user to discover which browser the games will work with. It is the job of the developer to make his games work with all browsers or to tell users ahead of time which browsers the game will work on and which it will not. FWIW, it is *very* easy to make swf games work in ALL browsers. However, once you start insisting on things like accepting 3rd party cookies, returning a referrer code, adding intrusive sub-scripts, and allowing ads to stream from 3rd party hosts, most securely configured browsers will stop trying to load/run the file/scripts and the screen will remain black. So that may be part of the issue as well. If so, either Fede needs to look at other ways of presenting his games to users whose browsers are securely configured, or those users need to choose between making their browsers vulnerable to security threats or not playing Fede’s games. But in no case is it incumbent upon the user to blindly try to figure out which browser works..

  16. When is the next game im looking forward to it :cheer:

  17. KStevens says:

    Us users of escapegames24 have all been talking and wondering where you have been Esklavos. We all love love love your games and get very happy when you post one. Hoping all is well and you come back soon.

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