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About the Story
Escape is an interactive graded reader where you need to both understand the text and make the right decisions to get to the end of the story. The story begins with the main character (you) trapped in a room for unclear reasons, and you must find a way to escape and avoid getting caught.
Excellent -- I look forward to more.
I hope other languages will develop this kind of game, and that a similar game will be made in simpler Chinese for earlier levels of students!
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