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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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that was really a good game. it had the best pace and it had satisfying longevity. it was kinda hard, but not unbearably difficult. my only beef was the superfluousness of your texts.... some of those diaries were 20+ pages. WHY?! but that didn't detract from
the experience or make it worse...it was just... i mean if you wanna write a novel, try and get a book published; don't put it all in your flash. at least they were optional reads...
great gritty feel to the game. lots of blood. it had the whole silent hill rusty look to parts of it, but it still felt a lot more...evil(?) than silent hill with perdition seemingly taking over the story, not so much as the occult.
and it was kinda scary too. you got your ominous figures at the ends of hallways. kinda made me dread entering certain rooms. also, that oncoming exmortis storm. awesome. made me rush...blindly clicking the surroundings. good stuff.
cool damn game.
Thanks for the kudos! :) Explanation for the excessive textual information - too much story to tell, not enough space to tell it! I agree, I went overboard, but the story junkies out there will hopefully enjoy all the sub-plots these texts will bring to an otherwise 1-dimensional story (which has been done on Buffy/Angel a few hundred times in one form or another!)
Cheers for the review! :)
Well, that is an absolute masterpiece if ever I saw one! A fabulous plot combined with great graphics, and some truly terrifying sounds and cut scenes (the ghost in the vent actually made me jump!). The single best atmosphere created in a game (and I mean ANY game) that I have ever seen!
Plus a serious level of difficulty! I got up to the cellar, and had the gun, but got a bit stuck there having read the entry about the exmortis. Unfortunately my connection then went on the blink and I lost my progress, but no doubt I'll give it a shot in the not too distant future.
So, wonderful, great, amazing, what else is there to say?? Oh, and now I have to try and sleep (its 1:30 AM here); I don't rate my chances!
5/5, frontpage, the works!
I'm not even going to play it D:
Not after that last one, I almost shit myself...
It was definatly worth the wait.
A must play if you are a fan of the first one. Not much I can say about it though. Just play and see for yourself.
That was great and scary as hell!
I loved the first exmortis cuz it was really scary, and this one was even scarier! the great art and sound effects really set the atmosphere and it it is an honor being one of the first of what should be hundreds of ppl to review this great game!
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