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After 3 long years of sleepless nights and near fatal set backs, Exmortis 3 has finally been released. I have put my heart and my soul in to this creation, so I hope more than anything that you enjoy this tale of revenge and salvation.

Over to you now, my friends...

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wolfshowl9wolfshowl9

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars February 25, 2011

I don't understand the problem..

Everyone here needs to loosen up and give the author a break. Asking for money on something you've worked on is nothing new, and is usually inevitable. Sometimes people make things for fun and sometimes people make them for profit. This is the truth with flash games, Gameboy games, Xbox games and the like, it's no reason to give the maker a bad rep; however, putting the "pay-for-play" feature on a free game site was uncalled for. At least put "Demo" in the title or something so you don't mislead people.
Now on to the game...

The graphics are epic, as usual. Unfourtunatly, the saturation was horribly dark and murky.
I found the use of the powers a nice, strong concept, but it was presented kinda
abruptly into the game and I didn't really warm up much to it.
The controls were confusing at first, but you gradually get used to them.

Overall I give it an 7/10; 4/5. Maybe I'll buy the full game one day.
Thanks for all your hard work on the Eximortis series, the hard work you put into it reflects greatly on how well your games are, and I hope there'll be more sometime in the future.


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TrueBrotherTrueBrother

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars February 14, 2011

Great

From what I've seen of the demo, the game seems great. Only giving it seven though, 'cos I'm not getting the full game. Yet.

In any case, well done, and hope to see some more games from you, since based on the Exmortis-series, you really seem to know how to make great horror games.


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DieRomantic1990DieRomantic1990

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars February 13, 2011

eh..

I was pretty excited when I saw that there was a third Exmortis game, having played the other two and having enjoyed them. But then, imagine my surprise when I saw that, in order the play it in it's entirety, I needed to buy it.

Sorry, but that isn't happening, I like your games, and from the demo I played, this one seems pretty interesting, but not enough to pay how much your asking. I've bought much better designed and scarier games for the price that you want so you won't be getting my patronage.

I'm not unfair though, and I won't give you zero or one star because of it. You get five because, what I did play of it was really good, but having to pay knocked off the other five, better luck next time.


LefflerWebDesign responds:

Thanks for your opinion... you raise an interesting point. I'm sorry that you feel the game is priced too highly. I'm assuming that you are basing your opinion on the web-published non-member price appearing on Fizzy.

We are constantly running bundles and promos that include Exmortis 3 at greatly reduced prices - and that always helps to soften the blow for those who feel the same as you do. My suggestion is create an account at Fizzy and you will be eligible for the specials that our team are constantly rolling out.


freakdudebobfreakdudebob

Rated 0 / 5 stars February 4, 2011

yeah.... won't pay

your games were good, but nowhere near good enough for me to pay for. this is disappointing to say the least.


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LefflerWebDesign responds:

Matter of opinion I guess... and as a consumer, you are entitled to one. But scoring it a zero? Really? The result is in... "opinion ignored".


pdp909pdp909

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars January 31, 2011

Pay For It

Really, you have to pay for this one. What a let down and dissapointment. I loved the first two and thought this one seemed interesting, but im not going to pay for it.


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LefflerWebDesign responds:

Its interesting to see this issue is still polarising gamers even a year and a half after the games release. Its even more interesting that most bothering to voice an opinion are of the anti-pay-to-play stance (even though sales figures continue to indicate otherwise)