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Adventure - Point 'n Click

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Nov 2, 2006 | 7:12 AM EST

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Ok... this is an extremely short game which Jay Bibby from asked me to whip up in a week for his website to celebrate this Halloween just past. It's nothing special, VERY vague on story and kind of pointless in hindsight... It's just a cheap and nasty little flash designed in the spirit of halloween. So take it on face value that this was never designed to blow anyone's socks off... I'll leave that up to Exmortis 3 in 2007... ;) Happy Halloween you sicko's!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Oh god why!! I did not need that!! ah man i need to get over my love/hate on horror.

but other than that superfuckingamazingyou'reawesomewoot!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


Great short game
gave me a nice scare


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

master of escape horror?

only giving it a 9 because of extremely short gameplay. otherwise evrything mr. leffler does, makes me so anxious and jittery, the atmosphere he creates in his games like this (exmortis) constantly makes me think i'm going to get mauled to death by the undead.

i am however saddened that exmortis 3 is a pay to play. even though it is well deserved.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh my God!

That was scary.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

...more lost then Mr. Bubby...

Ehhhh.... I was excited coming here from TVTropes and was lured in with the key words "Adventure game". It looked cool at first and had a nice dread casting over me thanks to the mysterious setting and the haunting music (then moments later, a couple haunting). But the thing that kills it for me is this; after acquiring the BBQ knife, I can click on the outlet and make the lights flicker, but -that's it-. I clicked every single area of the screens available, tried every key on my keyboard, even let it run and tested to see if it was a time based thing, and I wasn't able to even open the door to see the ending. I had to right-click and play the scene to reach the opened door to see the final part (which I'm sure would have wrapped up VERY nicely, if only I didn't bypass the whole game there).

Right-clicking when it isn't needed anywhere else in an Adventure Horror game just to reach the ending... Thanks for reminding me of 'Black Mirror' =\ I'll check out your other point-n-clicks when I get the chance~