Friday Fun: Exit Searcher

By Akemi Iwaya on November 11th, 2011


Have you had a long week at work and need something to alleviate the boredom while waiting for Friday to finish out? Then dive into this week’s game where your skills as an escape artist will be put to the test while trying to escape the rooms you are trapped in.

Exit Searcher

The object of the game is to successfully create an open path to the exit on each level. It starts out easy enough, but it will definitely have you thinking and scheming to succeed before the game is over.

Note: You will need to have a soft touch with your arrows keys on this one, otherwise your explorer can easily go further than you intended to on a particular move.


There are twenty-five levels of crate moving, path making fun waiting for you…


Here is the first level…it serves as an introduction to help you become familiar with how to move the explorer character and get a feel for moving him around.


Each time you finish a level you will see the amount of time it took to complete the level, your score for that level, and your total score for the game up to that point.


The second level looks like a quick and easy fix at first, but the answer is not as obvious as it seems to be from the starting position.


Approach the problem from the other end of the crates however and you will succeed.


Almost there…


Jumping to the fifth level shows a checker board pattern to work with.


Just a little bit of patience and you can easily escape the room on this level.


The sixth level introduces a new component to the mix…unmovable crates. Those are going to be really frustrating at times, so hang in there!


As you can see things continue to get more complex the further you go. Good luck and have fun!


Play the Game

Exit Searcher

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 11/11/11
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