Escape Plan
Developer(s) Fun Bits Interactive
Publisher(s) Sony Computer Entertainment
First Release February 22. 2012
Genre(s) Puzzle
Platform(s) PlayStation Vita

PlayStation 4

Escape Plan is a puzzle video game released for the PlayStation Vita on 22 February 2012, as a launch title.

Series DescriptionEdit

In Escape Plan the player controls two characters, Lil and Laarg through a series of booby-trapped rooms using the PlayStation Vita's front and rear multitouch panels and motion controls. The gesture-based control system requires players to trace paths for the characters and tap obstacles to move them out of the way and clear a path for them. Traps range from a single brick laying on the floor to enormous rotating fan blades. Failure to guide Lil and Laarg to safety usually results in a gruesome death.

The characters can traverse the game world in numerous ways. In some levels they are inflated with helium, requiring the player to tilt the console to guide them as they float around the room. Lil and Laarg usually move relatively slowly and in order to avoid fast-moving traps the player must grab the character and pull them quickly to safety by pinching the Vita, touching both the front and rear panels at once.

Connection with All-StarsEdit

Lil and Bakuki appear as a DLC minions.


PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (Title Fight)
First Party
Ape Escape · Buzz! · Carnival Island · Escape Plan · Fat Princess · God of War · Gravity Rush · Heavenly Sword · Hot Shots Golf · inFAMOUS · Jak and Daxter · Killzone · LittleBigPlanet · LocoRoco · MediEvil · ModNation Racers · PaRappa the Rapper · Patapon · Ratchet & Clank · Resistance · Sly Cooper · Starhawk · The Mark of Kri · The Unfinished Swan · Together Everywhere! · Twisted Metal · Uncharted · Warhawk · WipEout
Third Party
BioShock · Dead Space · Devil May Cry · Metal Gear · Tekken

Blasto · Folklore · Journey · The Legend of Dragoon