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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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Im-A-PirateIm-A-Pirate

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars September 11, 2009

Son.

I am disappoint.


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DreamsofdoomDreamsofdoom

Rated 2 / 5 stars September 10, 2009

DUDE!!!

Come on man! i mean...for real......i have played all your other games....played Exmorits and Exmortis 2 no telling how many times.....but your going to make people pay 19 bucks just to play a flash game? Thats just wrong man.....i know people got to make money...but i waited a long time for this...and now you want me to pay....i mean come on......if you made the frist two for free...you should not just leave people hanging and make them pay....even if its a freakin awsome series...... :S


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killerjeffkillerjeff

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 10, 2009

It felt different from the other two games.

The atmosphere of the game has more of a action thriller to it other than a horror feel, the demo seems less scarier than the other two because the last two protagonists were ignorant of exmortis, while this protagonist knows what to do and has the abilty to preform powers.
This is the turning point of the Exmortis series.
It's still a fun game, a little comfusing, but I'll get the hang of it.


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SargonnasSargonnas

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 10, 2009

The epitomy of all your hard work,

and it does NOT disappoint.

I have played the first two Exmortis games at least 3 to 4 times each over the last few years, and always took the time to appreciate the wonderfully horror-filled atmosphere you created. That's always been my most favorite part. Yes, the puzzles can be deceptive and hard to figure out, and the shock value is good, but the atmosphere... few people can create one designed to induce fear and have it succeed, but you have done this, in all 3 games, like it was a born gift. These games are truly terrifying.

Getting to personal opinion, I actually have to say I preferred the first two Exmortis games to this one (I did buy the full version and played to completion, or at least one ending) this one had more of a conclusive feel to it. The protagonist knew what was going on and was more able to deal with the mental and physical problems that came up. While this is in no way bad, it just didn't have the true element of helpless fear that the first two did. The uncertainty combined with the more confined element of being trapped in a house-gone-slaughterhouse filled with the angry spirits of the dead as well as the demonic spirits of those like Vlaew, along with your amazing art and look concepts was truly a horrifyingly scary experience.

Exmortis 3, while lacking in the above stated feeling (in my opinion at least) had SO much more to offer in terms of length and gameplay than the other two, which is always a good thing. The powers, the ability to make actual choices that affected how things played out, having actual dialogue with multiple characters, it all combined to make an amazing experience; ESPECIALLY when you consider the overlying fact... this is a flash game!

There's also the story to comment on. This series has an amazing story to it, one that I have enjoyed thoroughly. The plot twists and unexpected occurances always left me second guessing what was going on, and predictions were never easy to make, if not impossible. I find probably the most enjoyable part I had in this series was reading the diary of the farm owner in Exmortis 2. 20 + pages chronicling this families life throughout the war and takeover and every part was just an amazing read. Then the corkboard with all the newspaper clippings to add to it, the level of detail just blew my mind.

Looking at the end of Exmortis 3 (no spoilers coming) makes me think a 4th installment is by no means an impossibility. Please do continue this amazing series, your talent and ideas in this field obviously grow leaps and bounds with every installment and I personally would love to see how far this can go.


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Voodoo-DollieVoodoo-Dollie

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 10, 2009

Completely blew my mind into a million peices

THIS is a flash game? Seriously? Totally amazing. The Exmortis games are, to me, hands down, the best flash games on the net. This, is surely the holy grail of all flash games.

The graphics are damn near impeccable. Everything has that lovely, old, decayed look to it, and you definitely do not skip on the blood and gore. The sounds send a chill down my spine. I first played the demo at night, turned off all the lights. I have never been scared by a game before, but that was before I knew of the Exmortis series.

I certainly hope you continue to make these type of flash 'survival horror' games. I've been a fan of games like Resident Evil, Left 4 Dead etc. Perhaps you should look into putting the whole series on a disk and marketing it. Of course, I'm not sure how one would go about it, just an idea. I know I'd buy it, I'm on my way to buy the full version of this right now! And I have no problem forking out a few dollars for this game. I'm sure we've all made 'impulse' purchases in stores before, so what is the big deal with paying for a great game, one that has been in the works for 3 years, and has been polished to near perfection?

Thank you so much for this wonderful work of art!


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