Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee, also known as Oddworld: A Monster Escape is a point & click adventure game developed by Oddworld Inhabitants. It was first released for the PlayStation 2 game system and later for computers running Microsoft Windows and MS- DOS in North America, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and Asia. Oddworld: A Monster Escape retains the classic aspects of Oddworld, with added puzzles, monsters, and scenery, all designed to challenge your wits and skills, as well as your reflexes. The story of Oddworld: A Monster Escape takes place in an alternate dimension called Oddworld, which is ruled over by the Vorticons. Oddworld's movers and shakers are Doctor Eggman, who want to use his Time Machine to travel back in time; Professor Elmer Fudd, who want to use his Ice Cream Machine to freeze everyone in the dimension; and finally, Gloom, who wants to gain control of the entire universe using the science of chaos.
Oddworld: A Monster Escape features many different gameplay elements, including a variety of hidden areas, hidden items, monster attacks, puzzle solving, and bird portals, to name just a few. You'll fight your way through Oddworld using a selection of weapons, each of which has a unique move, as well as a variety of tools that can be used to solve puzzles or to cause more damage to your opponents. Some of the moves include smashing opponents, throwing objects, or launching yourself in various directions. The different weapon types have different effects, so that you need to carefully think about which moves to make to take down your opponents. The different tools available to you will help you take down your opponents, as well as launching in an assortment of directions, including an electrically charged jump.
Oddworld: A Monster Escape looks and sounds just like its PC and PlayStation 2 counterparts. Oddworld: A Monster Escape has a nice blend of old-school fun with new gameplay mechanics that make it interesting to play. You will find Oddworld: A Monster Escape to be a lot of fun, with its interesting physics engine, a variety of hidden areas, lots of monsters to fight, as well as the classic hidden object genre. It doesn't have quite the same level of detail as its PC and PlayStation 2 predecessors, but it still has plenty to offer in the area of monster fighting and adventure.