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### NEWS ###: Read up on the development progress of Exmortis3 at exmortis3.blogspot.com
Finally! The sequel is done! Thanks for the massive props from the first game - without it, this one wouldn't have been made... I hope this one lives up to the standard of the first one...
For all of you who are having issues with the Soduko element of the game - there is a walkthrough at both www.jayisgames.com and www.lazylaces.com which will fix you... Use it wisely!!!
Frontpage again! Aw... shucks :) Thanks guys!
Big thanks to www.lazylaces.com and www.jayisgames.com for the feedback and beta testing...
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What I dont get about this game is how Humanity lost. You easily killed the Exmortis at the end, but the entire US military failed to beat them back. Please try to keep continuity in your games.
Oh My Fluffin' Gummiebears.. I'm thankful for my skepticalness involving horror games because I held up the sleeve of my hoodie to cover my eyes going to each scene.. Fantastic story-line though. I love games that have back-stories. They really add to the story and make us sympathize with those lost in the game.
generally creepy and perfectly written
This is the best point and click I've ever played, and the only one that has managed to creep me out. The story is off the chain and the puzzles are fun and all the effort to wright the journals and newspaper clips doesnt go unappreciated. Well done
A definitive improvements over the first game! This is probably one of the best "horror" flash games ever created. I played this game when I was a little kid, and it gets better as I explore and discover the background story explained throughout the game.
I must admit, I really loved the grim post-apocalyptic atmosphere, horror scenes, and some challenging puzzles ("The Spirit Within") that was presented!
I was also interested at how the tone was slightly changed from mysterious, calm, and yet sudden violent tone of the first exmortis to all hellish, high visually aggressive, and apocalyptic mood with some upgraded contents of the first one.
Anyway, really impressive horror game! :)
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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