Release Date

PlayStation Vita

  • US 22nd Feb 2012, $14.99
  • EU 22nd Feb 2012, £9.99
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  • Review Escape Plan (PlayStation Vita)

    The Lil and Laarg Show

    Lil and Laarg aren't the type of guys to make their prison beds and lie in them. Captured by the tyrannous Bakuki, the duo quickly embark on an escape mission through roughly 80 rooms of Escape Plan's labyrinthine prison. It's never as simple as jimmying open a well-placed window with a convenient crowbar, though – in fact,...

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Escape Plan News

  • News Escape Plan: Director's Cut DLC Tip-Toes onto PSN

    The great escape

    It’s impressive just how much post-release content developer Fun Bits Interactive has already produced for PlayStation Vita exclusive Escape Plan – but it’s not quite finished yet. The studio has announced a brand new expansion pack named Director’s Cut, which is set to release on the PlayStation Store this week. According...

  • News Escape Plan Goes Underground with New DLC Pack

    All aboard

    Escape Plan is getting a cargo-load of new content today. Developer Fun Bits Interactive has announced a new DLC pack for the macabre exclusive, which sees protagonists Lil and Laarg heading underground in search of an escape. The pack includes 21 new challenges, four fresh outfits and a handful of extra Trophies to unlock. It’ll set...

  • News Escape Plan's Asylum DLC Costs 25 Cents


    Update: The price has now been corrected to $0.25. The original story follows. When developer Fun Bits Interactive announced Escape Plan’s first full DLC pack during E3 last week, it promised the content would launch with a novelty promotional price-point. Following up on the PlayStation Blog this afternoon, the devel

  • News New Escape Plan DLC Visits the Asylum

    Gruesome twosome

    One of the PlayStation Vita’s most enjoyable launch titles Escape Plan is set to expand a little further in the coming weeks. On the back of its most recent patch and expansion, developer Fun Bits Interactive has announced a new DLC pack named The Asylum. The premium content promises to add 18 brand new stages to the puzzler, in...

  • News Extend the Adventure of Escape Plan with Free DLC

    Vita's top title expands

    The escapades of Lil and Laarg are far from over. Sony has announced on the PlayStation Blog that Escape Plan will get its first content expansion on 10th April – and the content will be free. The downloadable pack, entitled Bakuki’s Lair, will add 19 new prequel levels to the touch intensive head scratcher that will...

  • Talking Point What Has Sony Learnt for Vita's Launch?

    Alright on launch night?

    The last time Sony launched a console, it didn’t quite go as swimmingly as desired. Now more than ever, with overall company losses of €2.2bn predicted for the latest financial year and a recent downgrading of its credit rating from financial agency Standards & Poor to BBB+, the Tokyo-based company needs to pull...

  • Talking Point Are Vita's PSN Prices Right?

    Pocket money

    At the start of this week Sony announced UK prices of PS Vita’s download-exclusive launch titles, dazzling fans with low costs of entry. MotorStorm RC will skid onto your memory card for just £4.79, while Top Darts, Hustle Kings and Super Stardust

  • News Sony Prices PS Vita Download Titles Low

    What were you saying about smartphones?

    Sony’s announced the UK prices for its first batch of downloadable PlayStation Vita titles, and the news is good. Very good, in fact. Come 22nd February you’ll be able to snap up a copy of MotorStorm RC for a measly £4.79. It’s worth noting that splashing out on the isometric racer will not only reward...

  • News Explore the Weird World of Escape Plan with New Video

    The truth in black and white

    Escape Plan is an intriguing puzzle exploration game on the way to Vita in 2012, and now Sony's released a new video diving into the game's creation. The interview below with Santa Monica Studio shows gameplay footage and explains how the team created what looks like one of the more visually interesting games coming to...

  • Feature PS Vita's First-Party European Launch Line-up Revealed

    Ready and waiting

    Sony has just revealed the complete list of first-party games launching on PS Vita across Europe on February 22nd of next year. The list includes games like Uncharted: Golden Abyss, WipEout 2048 and Escape Plan, as well as the two new PS Vita games just announced. Browse the full list below, an

About The Game

Placing bite-sized entertainment in the palm of your hands, Escape Plan features two hapless characters, Lil and Laarg, who have been captured and need your influence, skill and brainpower to escape from a dark labyrinth of irreverent puzzles and traps.

Escape Plan takes advantage of the PlayStation®Vita's (PS Vita) multi-touch display, rear touch panel and swipe interfaces.  Players can swipe, squeeze, poke and slap these guys to interact and manipulate the environment and help Lil and Laarg survive each deadly room before their captor and nemesis recycles them and turns them into his minions ... or sheep.  


The intuitive touch and swipe interface puts the fate of our hapless heroes Lil an Laarg in the palm of your hands.

Using the unique features of the Vita, you can manipulate characters and interact with the environments to guide our heroes safely through each puzzle room by simply using your fingers to swipe, poke, squeeze or tap.

Lil and Laarg may try things to escape the rooms unscathed, but often meet an untimely demise. Escape Plan gives players unique and memorable moments throughout the gameplay, whether it is the triumphant thrill of victory or the hilarious agony of defeat.