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Escape a sadistic madman in Trapped - The Abduction Deluxe, a suspenseful hidden object game that will grip you with fear! Step into the shoes of the young woman and fight for your life to flee a kidnapper. Escape traps, solving devious puzzles, and decipher strange codes. Explore dark and twisted locations to rediscover your identity as well as that of your kidnapper!

  • step into the shoes of a young woman fighting for her life
  • solve and escape devious traps designed by a lunatic
  • explore dark and twisted locations to rediscover your identity
  • turn the tables on your malicious kidnapper
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 | Added on: November 23, 2009
The objects to find were well placed, and the game had enough help so you didn't go in circles. The creepiness factor was subdued because the voices and dialogue were a little over the top and repetitive. As a result, I found that I wanted the game to end sooner.
 | Added on: November 2, 2009
i really liked the game, good storyline not to hard to play. the scenery was cool to. But even though i liked the creepy guy talking he did kinda sound stupid after awhile (thats why i thought it was funny) The ending kinda left you hanging...possibly a sequel?
 | Added on: November 30, 2009
This was definitely a good game as I did purchase the full version however not kid friendly at all due to subject content. Definitely an adult game. This game was definitely creepy and suspensful. The first time I heard the kidnapper speak, kinda reminded me of Freddy Krueger! LOL! Things were just right as far as being able to find them. Nothing overwhelming. There are some things that kept this from being 5 stars. The kidnapper kept saying pretty much the same things over again. The spelling errors. Also thought there should of been a timed mode. Allow so much time to find the items for her to make it out alive to make the game even more suspenseful and addicting to get to the end. Also some mini games and not just strictly "finding things." The ending was a disappointment as it just left you hanging. Ended too abruptly. She gets the car fixed and just drives off? What the heck? LOL! She never mets face to face with the kidnapper? There is no struggle or anything? So is there going to be a part 2 to let us know if she had enough gas to get away? Was she able to get the evidence to the police? Just way too many things unanswered. If there is going to be a part 2 to this game or similiar games to come, I hope the things I and others mentioned about this game are taken into consideration. I give it 4 stars overall as I did enjoy playing it for the most part.
 | Added on: April 13, 2013
Enjoyed the different setup of ho's, then doing some tasks, saving items for later. I really wish there were a lot more games like this! Go GOGII !!! Wish it would have been a lot longer. I like the fact that I wasn't going back and forth, and to the same scenes. Different one each level.
 | Added on: November 16, 2009
The object hunt was just the right amount of difficulty and the game itself was just the right amounts of eerie and creepy.
 | Added on: November 30, 2009
Don't feel that being trapped and abducted is a game appropriate for anyone. Talk of abductions and death are VERY unfriendly to me.
 | Added on: November 23, 2009
Seriously?! This game was the easiest hidden object games I've ever played...First, objects were in plain sight, secondly, when you had to 'investigate' the room you were treated like an idiot- having to click on the investigating object every time you needed to find a new tool to open it...uh, if I need to fill a waterbottle from the disassembled water cooler missing 3 part why can't I just find the parts myself???? AND all that evidence I collected? Why does the game just end with the girl driving away???
 | Added on: November 16, 2009
A great concept and different from other HOGs but I was expecting a creepier, more suspenseful game and was disappointed. The kidnapper repeated the same dialogue which quickly became irritating.
 | Added on: November 2, 2009
This hidden object game drips atmosphere and dark humour, placing the player in the role of a resourceful young woman at the mercy of a taunting and twisted kidnapper. You'll have to do the standard look-and-find around nearly two dozen rooms to satisfy your voice-modified jailer and also to find the necessary bits to reconstruct a car and help you get away from him. And if you're not careful, you might just get scared a time or two. While I enjoyed this game considerably, I did find myself wishing for a little bit less of a linear plot. You cannot leave one room in the game without finding everything you need to finish the game. Granted, this ensures that the player gets a happy ending (or as close to one as can be expected) but I found myself wondering, "What if I hadn't decided to crack open that crate and find a car battery? Would I actually have a showdown with my tormentor?" Now that would've been scary. Who is the kidnapper? Why did this crime take place? Why does he want you to collect...billiard balls? There are some questions that may have no answer but if you want to know which game will make you think a little while making your skin creep, give this one a try.
 | Added on: December 13, 2011
Story line is sick to start and then has no meaning. Big let down.
 | Added on: January 19, 2010
love it..! nice like action its a going to be a part 2..? it will help people how to try to get away in case it happends to us...!
 | Added on: March 30, 2011
Honestly, I only have 2 things to say- too easy and in poor taste. I didn't even finish my hour of free play because it felt like a tacky waste of time.
 | Added on: November 2, 2009
This was a GREAT game to play. I do advise that young children do not attempt to play it. This one is for adults only in my opinion due to the subject matter. It is a thriller type HO game and the graphics are great, objects are pretty easy to find, and using items in order to "find" objects and further yourself in the game are also pretty easy. I hated the way it did end, wondered why there was no involvement in putting the car parts back together, did Helene have enough gas to get away, did the crazy abducter finally get caught, and did Helene make it to the police station with the evidence on the abducter??? It left me hanging with disappoinment and wondering if another chapter or a sequel of this type of "a bit disturbing" game would come out later on. The game leaves you with a bad feeling because things like this (abductions,missing persons) actually do happen in real life. Good game with a good replay but too short and no mini games either.
 | Added on: November 11, 2009
This game is like your typical Hidden Object game. The best twist for it though is the method in which you need to riddle out certain objects (which isn't very challenging with hotspots to help you out), yet it still makes for fun gameplay. Every scene makes you want to keep going and find out more...the end..well...leaves you begging for more.
 | Added on: October 30, 2009
There is a WARNING at the start of this game because of content for younger viewers or players. It involves being kidnapped by some crazy guy and having to find clues and items from one room to the next by completing each challenge. Some of the scenes are graphic and filled with blood. Voice over of the kidnapper is creepy. Some rooms are easier than others but you have hints to use. This was a HOG plus problem solving to me. For example, you are in the bathroom and need the other sink handle. Look all around to the other part of the room to a plugged up toilet. Now what? The reason I marked addictive was only because I wanted to get to the end of this game!!!!!!
 | Added on: April 19, 2011
Can you say SAW 10? The creepy abductor sounds like the voice on the never ending Saw movies. Way too NOT real to even try to get into it. The concept of having to repair a staircase as the abducted girl has to do as it's unsafe to explore rather than get the heck out of this creepy place. My gosh, if you were abducted, the entire premise is not safe. And trying to tune in a radio in a car that has no engine much less a battery, just really screams that the creator didn't put much reality thinking into this game upon creation. I only could stand playing this for about 5 minutes, maybe it gets better? Nah, I don't think so. Sorry.
 | Added on: September 29, 2011
When I first found this game, I was immediately enticed by the storyline. It plays off of a truly dark and realistic human terror: the fear of being abducted. No ghosts, ghouls, demons, witches, etc., just your character and a psychopath trapped in an empty warehouse. The premise of the game is your character (Helene) has been abducted and taken to an isolated location, where she must match her wits against her kidnapper's to escape. It's very much like "Saw", sans the blood and gore. For a HOG, the premise is original and truly disturbing. This game sets itself up well, but lacks the punch I hoped for. For one, there is never any explanation given as to why Helene has been kidnapped. She mysteriously finds herself in a warehouse, being watched via camera by a hooded psycho who has a thing for mannequins, and who constantly taunts her over the loud speakers. Also, the kidnapper in question isn't threatening, but highly annoying and even comical. He continues to repeat the same tired phrases one hears in B-Horror movies. The HO scenes are decent, and have that dirty industrial "Hostel" sort of feel to them. However, they seem very disjointed, and some objects are extremely hard to find. The puzzles are not great, and make very little sense. How does assembling a mannequin and dressing it up help someone escape a kidnapper, you may ask? Your guess is as good as mine. The ending wasn't worth the build up, and was highly disappointing. Overall, this game had potential to be one of the creepiest HOGs on the market, but lacked intensity, logic, and unpredictability.
 | Added on: November 2, 2009
I played the trial version and was instantly hooked. it kinds in some ways reminded me of saw but with out the contraptions attached to the people. I defently would recommend this game. It was fun although the kidnapper could be reptive after u find the objects. very cool game though. highly recommend play this one. and i am huge hidden object and mystry person. i like the games like this one that has both hidden object and puzzles u have to solve to get through to the next level.
 | Added on: October 31, 2009
This game is not for the young or easily creeped out. Hidden object parts are not too hard but figuring out how to escape each room is. Thank goodness for hints...Instantly reminded me of the "SAW" movies... especially the part of being kidnapped and waking up with no memory and constantly being watched and challenged by your abductor.
 | Added on: October 7, 2013
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