Kyokugen Dasshutsu 9-Jikan 9-Nin 9 no Tobira

極限脱出 9時間9人9の扉

Kyokugen Dasshutsu 9-Jikan 9-Nin 9 no Tobira
TitleKyokugen Dasshutsu 9-Jikan 9-Nin 9 no Tobira
Original title極限脱出 9時間9人9の扉
AliasesThe absolute limit of escape - 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors, Extreme Escape: 9 Hours 9 People 9 Doors, 999, Zero Escape Volume 1, Zero Escape 1, Zero Escape: 9 Hours 9 People 9 Doors, Zero Escape: 9-Jikan 9-Nin 9 no Tobira
LengthMedium (10 - 30 hours)
LinksWikipedia
DeveloperRegista & Chunsoft & Spike Chunsoft
Publishers Spike Chunsoft & Chunsoft
 Aksys Games & Spike Chunsoft
 ACG Hanhuazu
 999 Team
 All-Ice Team
Relations
Shares characters
[unofficial] Danganronpa Team
Sequel
Kyokugen Dasshutsu ADV Zennin Shibou ...
Available atEnglish PlayStation 4 version at Play-Asia.com for US$ 19.99 »
English PlayStation Vita version at Play-Asia.com for US$ 34.99 »
Japanese PlayStation Vita version at Play-Asia.com for US$ 49.99 »

Description

Nine people have been kidnapped by a mysterious person called Zero and are forced to participate in a survival game called the "Nonary Game". Each player has a bracelet numbered 1–9, which they must use to pass through doors numbered 1–9 to reach the exit before 9 hours run out and the ship in which they are in sinks. Various puzzles must be solved in order to advance through the ship and reach the exit, while uncovering the mysteries behind the Nonary Game.

Kidnapping 2.9 Confinement 2.9 Escape Game 2.9 Mystery 2.9 Interactive Adventure Game 2.9 Bad Ending(s) 2.9 Secret Identity 2.9 Ship 2.9 One True End 2.8 Multiple Endings 2.8 Multiple Route Mystery 2.8 Proactive Protagonist 2.8 No Sexual Content 2.8 Bad Endings with Story 2.8 Puzzle Game 2.8 Single Save Slot 2.8 Protagonist with a Face 2.8 Descriptions of Violence 2.7 Ending List 2.7 Metafiction 2.7 Male Protagonist 2.7 Suspense 2.7 Revenge 2.6 Homicide 2.6 ADV 2.5 Female Protagonist 2.5 Fear of Death 2.5 Child Protagonist 2.5 Science Fiction 2.5 Reunion 2.5 Death of Heroine 2.4 Infodumping 2.4 NVL 2.4 Enforced Playing Order 2.4 Early Branching Plot 2.3 Built-in Flowchart 2.3 Osananajimi Heroine 2.3 Murder Mystery 2.3 Flashback 2.3 Multiple Protagonists 2.2 Pre-rendered Backgrounds 2.2 Blind Hero 2.2 ESP 2.2 Amnesia 2.1 Bloody Scenes 2.0 Achievements 2.0 Unlockable Routes 2.0 Protagonist with Voice Acting 2.0 Philosophy 2.0 Villainous Heroine 2.0 Non-Japanese Voice Acting 2.0 Conspiracy 2.0 Hard Science Fiction 2.0 University Student Protagonist 1.9 Only One Good Ending 1.9 Madness 1.8 Heroine with Health Issues 1.8 Flashforward 1.8 Choices with 4 or More Options 1.7 Alternate Dimensions 1.7 Unlockable Event 1.6 Meaningless Choices 1.5 Modern Day United States of America 1.5 Horror 1.5 Multi-Selection Choices 1.5 Loli Protagonist 1.5 Cliffhanger Ending 1.5 Open Ending(s) 1.5 Hacker Heroine 1.4 Hacking 1.4 Fake Options 1.2 Unlockable Choices 1.2 Game Over 1.2 Energetic Heroine 1.1 Other Perspectives 1.0 Past 0.6 Sexual Innuendo 0.4 Time Travel 0.3

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Protagonists

Junpei
Junpei淳平 
AliasesJumpy
Birthday8 February
Hair, Brown
Eyes, Brown
Body, Young-adult
Clothes, Bracelet, Hoodie, Shirt, Shorts, Sports Shoes, Vest
Role, University Student
Subject of, Kidnapping
Voiced byEvan Smith (Nonary Games version (English))
Suzuki Tatsuhisa (Nonary Games version (Japanese))

Description

The main protagonist of the game. After he wakes up to find he's been transported to a strange location, he takes it upon himself to figure out all the cryptic clues and ensure the survival of everyone trapped with him. His bracelet number is 5 and is the only one not to choose his own codename due to June accidentally mentioning his name.

[From Zero Escape Wikia]

Main character

Kurashiki Akane
Kurashiki Akane倉式 茜 
AliasesJune, Murasaki (紫), Kanny
Birthday17 February
Body, Young-adult
Clothes, Boots, Bracelet, Detached Sleeves, Dress, Shawl
Role
Engages in
Subject of, Kidnapping
Voiced byRena Strober (Nonary Games version (English))
Sawashiro Miyuki (Nonary Games version (Japanese))

Description

The childhood friend of Junpei. Akane Kurashiki is her actual name, although she chooses the codename June once she accidentally reveals Junpei's name. She is a delicate girl who wants no one to be left behind during the Nonary Game. Her bracelet number is 6, from the month June.

[From Zero Escape Wikia]

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Side characters

9th Man
9th Man 
AliasesBird's Nest
Hair, Black
Eyes, Brown
Clothes, Glasses, Necktie, Vest
Items
Engages in
Voiced byCam Clarke (Nonary Games version (English))
Tobita Nobuo (Nonary Games version (Japanese))

Description

A fidgety, nervous man from the start, he knows more than he's letting on. The 9th Man is the only one who does not get to pick what his codename is so the rest of the players refer to him as the 9th Man during the Nonary Game.

[From Zero Escape Wikia]

Ace
Ace 
Hair, Brown, Goatee, Grey, Short, Slicked Back, Spiky
Eyes, Brown, Hosome
Body, Adult, Pale
Clothes, Bracelet
Personality, Altruistic, Relaxed
Role
Engages in
Subject of, Confinement, Kidnapping
Voiced byHashi Takaya (Nonary Games version (Japanese))
Richard Epcar (Nonary Games version (English))

Description

A tall, grave older man with a streak of gray in his hair, he is often the voice of calm reason when events descend into chaos. His bracelet number is 1, hence the name Ace.

[From Zero Escape Wikia]

Field Yotsuba
Field Yotsubaフィールド 四葉 
AliasesClover Field, Pink Hair, Cleaver
Hair, Dyed, Long, Pink, Twin Tails
Eyes, Blue
Body, Freckles, Pale, Young-adult
Clothes, Boots, Bracelet, Clothing with Ribbons, High Heels, Jacket, Leggings, Miniskirt, Shirt, Shorts
Items
Personality, Airhead, Curious, Mischievous, Naive, Outgoing
Role, Friend, University Student
Engages in
Subject of, Confinement
Voiced byTamura Yukari (Nonary Games version (Japanese))
Wendee Lee (Nonary Games version (English))

Description

Clover Field is one of the players of the Nonary Game and a recurring character in the Zero Escape series, appearing in Zero Escape: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors and Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward.

[From Zero Escape Wiki]

Lotus
Lotus 
Voiced byTanaka Rie (Nonary Games version (Japanese))
Valerie Arem (Nonary Games version (English))

Description

A self-serving, barely-dressed woman with unknown skills and knowledge, she does whatever she can to find her way out. Her bracelet number is 8 and Lotus comes from the flower itself, which has 8 petals.

[From Zero Escape Wikia]

Santa
Santa 
Hair, White
Voiced bySean Chiplock (Nonary Games version (English))
Taniyama Kishou (Nonary Games version (Japanese))

Description

Little more than a punk with silver hair and a bad attitude at first glance, this clever guy keeps pushing forward and doesn't like dealing with indecisiveness. His bracelet number is 3 so his name comes from "san", the Japanese word for "three" and that he references Santa Claus several times.

[From Zero Escape Wikia]

Sebun
Sebun 
AliasesSeven, Mountain
Hair, Brown
Eyes, Sanpaku Eyes
Body, Adult, Scar
Clothes, Beanie, Overall, Shirt
Role
Subject of, Confinement, Kidnapping
Voiced byEdward Bosco (Nonary Games version (English))
Miyake Kenta (Nonary Games version (Japanese))

Description

A large, bumbling mountain of a man, his appearance and behavior hide an intelligent mind well-equipped for solving problems. His size gives him the strength to do certain functions that only he or Ace are able to do. His bracelet number is 7 and obviously, his codename is his bracelet number.

[From Zero Escape Wikia]

Snake
Snake 
Hair, Grey
Body, Young-adult
Clothes, Necktie
Subject of, Blindness
Voiced bySakurai Takahiro (Nonary Games version (Japanese))
Taliesin Jaffe (Nonary Games version (English))

Description

A young man with a princely demeanor, he is an unending source of information, but tends to only reveal it when there is no other option. His bracelet number is 2, from the term "snake eyes". Ironically, Snake is blind but that does not stop him from being able to work as well as another normal person.

[From Zero Escape Wikia]

Zero
Zeroゼロ
Clothes, Gas Mask, Robe
Personality, Mysterious
Role, Secret Identity
Engages in, Kidnapping

Description

The figure behind the Nonary Game. Junpei was knocked out and kidnapped by Zero when he arrived home to his apartment. Zero is seen wearing a gas mask and uses a voice changer, so none of the other nine captives know who this person really is.

Makes an appearance