[Nintendo Switch] Cape’s Escape Game 5th Room Review

by EdEN, Owner

The sixth adventure with ghost Cape is ready to go on Nintendo Switch. Learn more about it in our Cape’s Escape Game 5th Room review!


Cape’s Escape Game 5th Room from Alignment Sharp is ready to go! While the game has 5th in its title, it’s actually the sixth game in the series. After Cape’s Escape Game Room, Cape’s Escape Game 2nd Room, Cape’s Escape Game 2.5th Room, Cape’s Escape Game 3rd Room, and Cape’s Escape Game 4th Room, you can now go on a new adventure alongside Cape on Nintendo Switch. Before you start with this new adventure, you can check the fake recap, which involves the middle-aged guy we’ve seen before in other games in the series.

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For this one, magical girl, Magical John Manjiro, sets out on a special quest. There’s a place that does super-sized amen, and if he manages to eat the whole thing within a specific time limit, it’s free! Unfortunately, he got too greedy and ended up cheating by trying to secretly pack some of it in a Tupperware. He, therefore, was banned from the place. He then mentions something completely unrelated to the whole thing. He has a new song with a guest star. The song’s title? Birthday Suit Tonight…


As for the twist for the sixth entry in the series? The main protagonist wants to go on a date with Todomi. He figures he can just go to sleep and have a great date with Todomi in his dreams. Unfortunately, before falling asleep, he failed to realize that Cape was intensively staring at him as he fell asleep. As you have probably guessed, that means Cape enters your dreams and traps you inside of a very different type of escape room! On top of this, Cape is joined by a special guest: Mummy Girl!


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The overall premise remains the same. You’ll have to explore each area of the house to find the clues and items needed to solve the puzzles you’ll run into, thus bringing you one step closer to finding the key that opens the final door that will allow you to escape. You’re going to either use physical controls to move a cursor around the screen to interact with objects, or use the Nintendo Switch’s touchscreen when playing in Portable or Tabletop Mode, or if playing on a Nintendo Switch Lite.


As the sixth game in the series, Cape’s Escape Game 5th Room gives us a glimpse into the past of Cape, who has trapped the main protagonist for a while now. If you’ve enjoyed the previous five games, then you’re going to have fun with this one since it gives you some extra info on Cape. And once you complete the game, you can go back and do it all over again as you search for the hidden cards by solving some extra puzzles. Cape’s Escape Game 5th Room is out on Nintendo Switch with a $9.80 asking price.

Disclaimer
This Cape’s Escape Game 5th Room review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Alignment Sharp.

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