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  • Summary: [PSP Minis] Freekscape: Escape From Hell introduces Freek, a cute little demon who has discovered a magic trident. Inspired by the trident’s powers, Freek becomes determined to ascend out of the Netherworld and into Heaven. But, of course, he needs your help. Freek encounters a variety of unusual creatures in his fire-laden underground world. His new-found trident allows him to capture those crazy crawlers and turn them into different tools, depending on their abilities. For example, while an elastic-bed-like monster transforms the trident into a pogo stick, a sharp toothed goblin turns it into a cutting machine. [Creat Studios] Expand
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  1. Terrifically taxing. [July 2010, p.93]
  2. 78
    Freekscape: Escape from Hell is worth its money as a PS Mini. It’s a challenging puzzle-platformer with long longevity and replayability. Aside from a few niggles (such as jumps going wrong), you can be sure to spend a few hours with this game.
  3. 75
    Freekscape is an enjoyable puzzle platformer. It won't astound or amaze you, but stabbing monsters with a holy trident in order to exploit their powers is as fun as it sounds.
  4. Freekscape: Escape from Hell is a good example of the entertainment and value a PlayStation Minis title should contain, or indeed any PlayStation Network title. Although the graphics may be lackluster, this shouldn’t detract from the experience that Freekscape: Escape from Hell delivers – and shouldn’t be missed by any PlayStation owner.
  5. There are only 15 levels, but it's a neat little idea. [Aug 2010, p.113]
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