⚠ Cookies ⚠

By continuing to use this site you agree to the use of cookies. Please visit this page to see exactly how we use these.

Play Games

Most Recent Games

Teeth of Glass

Echoes in the Static

Carnival of Shadows

The Zoo

Hydra's Head 2

Find Games

Search Games by Category

Search Games by Title or Author
(first ten matches are autocompleted; click Go! for more results)

AGS Award Winners

Picks of the Month

Remakes Made with AGS

Lucky Dip

All Games List

AGS Games in Production

Hints & Tips

Recent Comments

The Curse of Life
2024-07-21 16:07:25, MichaelDarkwolf

Before the Dark Crystal 2
2024-07-20 13:17:41, Marion

Katura's Chronicles - TAO
2024-07-17 11:49:45, Marion

Brownie's Adventure
2024-07-16 01:19:33, heltenjon

The Last Bus
2024-07-14 14:04:39, Creamy

The Last 100 Comments

Most Popular This Week

King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella Retold

The Zoo

Day of the Hamster

Teeth of Glass

Echoes in the Static


The Last 100 Panel Ratings

Games No One Has Rated

Games Fewer Than Five People Have Rated

Manage Games

Add your game

Sidebar bottom
The AGS Panel is a team of AGS forum veterans who play all of the games here, and give them ratings from one to five cups. The rating system is as follows:
1 Cup Not serious entertainment
2 Cups A reasonable game, worth a try
3 Cups A good game, worth playing
4 Cups A great game, well worth your time
5 Cups An outstanding, must-play game!
Feel free to disagree with the panel's rating, and please don't be offended if you think your game has been underrated!

(Why has my game been rated 1 cup?)

Close window
If your game has been rated 1 cup, please don't be offended! It's common for your first game release to get a 1-cup rating, due to the game having a lack of polish and flair -- which is understandable, because you're just getting started!

Please understand that the main purpose of the ratings is to help potential game players find high quality, bug-free games to play. You've probably learnt a lot about AGS as a result of making your first game -- so why not use that knowledge to start afresh, and do even better with your next game!
Close window

I Want Out!

by nicolas

Screenshot 1 of I Want Out!

(Click image to zoom)

X Zoomed screenshot of I Want Out!
Swap Image Left    Swap Image Right
Click icons below image, or press left and right arrow keys to change images.
Left click image or press up key to zoom in; right click image or press down key to zoom out.
Click 'X' or press ESC to close.
Screenshot 1 of I Want Out!   Screenshot 2 of I Want Out! width=   Screenshot 3 of I Want Out! width=

Download Options for I Want Out!

Click Download Link to download the game, Mirror Link to download the game's mirror, or Report Link to report a link as broken.

Click Other Link to download any other miscellanous download type (e.g. voice pack, game trailer, etc.)

Windows version  Download Link  Report Link

Windows version  Mirror Link  Report Link

File size: 23 MB
Downloaded: 2,053 times
Graphics: 320x200, 32-bit color
Operating System(s):


Game Genre:
Game Type:
Story Type:
Release Date:
14 Dec 2017
AGS Panel Rating:
Not rated yet
Player Rating:
Rated 86% by the community (17 votes)Rated 86% by the community (17 votes)Rated 86% by the community (17 votes)Rated 86% by the community (17 votes)Rated 86% by the community (17 votes)
Medium Length Game
Short Game Can be completed within 30 minutes
Medium Length Game Takes at least 30 mins to finish
Full Length Game As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic
Non-Adventure Game Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!
Joke Game You know when it fits this category ;)
Demo Unfinished Games / Commercial Games
Training Game Games made just to try out AGS
<Category Not Set> Not yet categorised
Close window
Content Advisory:
Bad LanguageNone


Public Opinion

If you've played this game, why not help out and give us your votes?
17 people have rated this game so far:
Puzzles & Pacing:
Overall Enjoyment:

About this game

You are called by a kid, asking for help. He is trapped in a mysterious place. Can you help him to get out? I Want Out! is an escape-the-room game. It's a short game that should require about one hour of gameplay. Languages : English, French, German, Russian, Spanish
See the people who made this game and any other games they've worked on >>
coding, story
beta test, proof-reading
beta test, proof-reading
beta test, proof-reading
German translation
Spanish translation

AGS Awards Wins

Won, Best Puzzles 2017

Won, Best Background Art 2017

Won, Best Short Game 2017

AGS Awards Nominations

Nominated, Best Freeware Game Created with AGS 2017

Nominated, Best Character 2017

Nominated, Best Character Art 2017

7 people commented on this game (newest first):

Excellent game. It has everything a good adventure needs. A little bit of mystery, lots of combinations and beautiful artwork.
2022-02-16 19:30:52 by Racoon
One of the games that inspired me to make some :) gorgeous graphics and a very original story, a very original take on the point and click genre. Innovative, a great game!
2021-02-25 07:46:19 by FormosaFalanster
How hard will it be for a single room game?? Well... The puzzles are well-thought and complex, but sometimes lack good responses from the protagonist. Otherwise they are very logic. The visuals, the atmosphere and the last cutscene are top-notch! I could easily see this game as part of a big adventure. Well done to the author!
2018-07-18 00:04:26 by Jojo_the_monkey
It's an adventure with beautiful visuals, decent puzzles and an interesting twist at the end.
2018-02-01 15:21:33 by Blondbraid
Fun puzzles and story. Graphics are wonderful, and polished.
2018-01-10 21:23:08 by HanaIndiana
find a LONGPLAY filled with SPOILERS here:


A true gem in the AGS Database!
A beautifully painted adventure game in charming 320x200 pixels with some puzzly puzzles, just like you'd expect it. There are so many puzzles and red herrings put into this only one room (and an invisible basement), it's pure fun solving these on your quest to escape the room and you'll find quite some coin slots and tightly screwed on things on your way but you have no tools at first. Sometimes finding the correct verb to use for the correct action is a bit tedious, but it all makes sense once you solve it (or watch me solve it in the longplay linked above after you are stuck!), and author NicolaGs even toned down one of these interactions on my critique, thanks for that.
The animations of the boy and that stone plate are really pleasing to watch, the whole game is really polished!
A great selection of atmospheric free music as soundtrack keeps you playing until you are through and is no distraction but gently comforts you along the way, just like it should.
2017-12-24 11:03:21 by selmiak
I really enjoyed this game. It packs a pretty good bit into a one room game. It also has some really nice graphics.
2017-12-16 20:25:39 by Michael2968
You must be logged in to the forums to post comments.
© Adventure Game Studio 2024. Page design by loominous and Darth Mandarb; coding by AGA.
Page generated on 22 Jul 2024 at 17:54:51