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A 1998 short freeware Point-and-Click Room Escape Game developed by Igor Sinkovec in Klik & Play, inspired by adventure gaming classics like Day of the Tentacle and Sam & Max Hit the Road.

The plot revolves around a boy called Ignac who has been locked up by his parents as punishment for his bad math grade, and has to find a way to escape the house.

The game can be downloaded here; a teaser is also available. It was to be followed by a sequel Ignac 2, as well as the animated series Ignatz; however, it remains to be seen whether these plans will ever come to fruition.


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  • F--: That's what actually got Ignac locked up in the house; his parents really wanted him to study math better.
  • Goodies in the Toilets: Surprisingly, you find a PC cable (an item which you need to complete the game) inside the toilet.
  • Improvised Lockpick: Ignac makes a lockpick to open his bathroom from a bed spring.
  • No Escape but Down: Ignac eventually escapes the house through the window.
  • Red Herring: You never get to use the yellow key from the desk drawer, as well as the sponge, the toothbrush, and the toothpaste from the bathroom.
  • Trash of the Titans: Ignac has someone's skull and bones under his bed.
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