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Exmortis 3

rated 4.08 / 5 stars
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Sep 8, 2009 | 11:32 PM EDT

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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...



Rated 0 / 5 stars

~Que mal~

No dire anda mas, me parece bastante estupido poner un ¨comprar el juego full¨ en este tipos de website!!

LefflerWebDesign responds:

El lema Newgrounds no es "Todo gratis por todo el mundo"...

*translation by Google*


Rated 0 / 5 stars

i wish i could..

i wish icould side with you about how if you never made it comercially you never could have released it. sadly, thats not so true. you never could have released it going into the detail you did. if you would have gone with the layout of the rest of the games all the reviews would be 10s, 9s, or 8s. the reason no one really wants to buy it is the fact that they will play it once and never care about it again. i could llok up the story line online and never have to see the actual game to get closure. i will not be buying this, because i do not believe it deserves it. adding the powers and all may have been a good idea (yes, i did play the trial) but to what extent? you could blow off this review and say "do i care what one person says?" or "It's evolution, buddy. Get used to it. Sorry that your paper run doesn't cover the cost of a game. Maybe you should go throw a stick around the local park... at least that's free." but realize that i played the other two and loved them. i like the trial, but i will not buy something online without a physical copy. blow me off or whatever. but i am a big fan of yours, and by doing so you are just losing more and more of the original people who made it worth it for you to keep going on.

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LefflerWebDesign responds:

Sure the game doesn't have a great deal of replay value - but hey, I can't think of a single game in the same/similar genres that do - both free and commercial.

Physical copies of the game vs Download games... ever heard of a DVD-Burner? What does it matter if something is physical or cloud based? Is it the real life "trophy" of owning a box with a CD? I don't get it. Someone please explain it to me. I take it you would never buy a game from Steam?

And yes - I stand by my comments - Exmortis 3 would never have been made without financial backing. I'm not some guy with copious amounts of time on my hand to make this stuff for free anymore. I am a professional designer working up to 12 hours a day and I have a wife and a child on the way. Do you think I have a massive amount of free time to build this stuff short of the vision that I had and to do it all for free? I'm sorry, but you are kidding yourself if you do.

Exmortis 3 as it is - or no Exmortis 3 at all... that was the choice that had to be made, and I stand by it.

I realize that my decision polarizes the community and compromises the fan base that made the series a success in the first place - but it was a necessary decision to ensure that the series was given the conclusion that it so deserved. It is the evolution that the product needed to ensure its continued life.

And buddy, I only give blow off responses to people that review Exmortis 3 with a cop-out "WTF?! YOU ARE A SELLOUT. NO PAY TO PLAY ON NG. I rate you 0. EAT A DICK AND DIE" -- Because my smart ass blow off response is what that kind of review deserves... Not to mention I am tired of giving the same justifications and explanations as to why the product evolved - especially to people that are only interested in expressing their views in an abusive manner and/or a series of indecipherable words.

At least you took more than a fleeting moment to discuss the issue with a level head and a non-abusive review... which is why I take the time to respond in kind.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Cool-looking game, but at what price?

I'll admit, Exmortis 3 looks just as good as the other games, and I'm sure, a lot longer. I'm sad to say, though, I won't be buying the game. Not everyone can afford to pay money for a downloadable game, which could easily be wiped off someone's computer if it crashed. Had it been available on disc, it might have been more likely to sell. As much as I like the new powers and a wide-range inventory, I'm still disappointed. No offense, but I don't like paying for downloads, because I find it untrustworthy. Though I'm sure you'll find others who have enough money to splash out on downloads.

LefflerWebDesign responds:

Once the game has been purchased it remains the property of your user account at If you need to wipe your computer and start from scratch, all you have to do is use the activation key which is available from that website to reload.


Rated 0 / 5 stars

What the hell total sellout

come on why present 1 and 2 as free and make you purchase 3 you should of made 3 free or never made it at all.

LefflerWebDesign responds:

It's evolution, buddy. Get used to it. Sorry that your paper run doesn't cover the cost of a game. Maybe you should go throw a stick around the local park... at least that's free.

As for your comment about selling out - it's time for some copy pasta:

For 4 years I worked on Exmortis 3 on-and-off. I ended up logging over 2000 hours of development time in the final year alone. As I have said many times previously, if it weren't for me being employed to develop the game commercially - there is no way in hell it could have been made without delivering a sub-standard product.

For those of you who purchased the game and/or stuck with me all this time - thank you for the support and for making it possible to deliver my vision.
For those of you who are disappointed or angered by the decision to make this a commercial title, I understand and I empathize with you. I hope you can understand why the series had to evolve in this manner.

But for those of you who hide behind anonymity and only seek to fuel the internet hate machine with pointless vitriol... I have no time for you. Enjoy your sad empty little lives.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sorry but..

You dissapointed me....i loved the first 2 episodes where u thinking???
I am not gonna pay for a online game! And i feel so bad that i have to give that a 0....
because i really liked the first 2 episodes of dissapointed me.

LefflerWebDesign responds:

Am I going to bother pointing out that your comments don't reflect the score you actually gave the game? Hmmmm... wait - I just did that.