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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...
I have always loved the Exmortis Series (Reading the journal and the news clippings is Exmortis 2 was the most frightening thing I have ever read) I have also loved the other creepy point and click games you've made. (Goliath the Soothsayer & Purgatorium)
I have no problem with paying for this (As it is definitely commercially well done) but I have paranoia reasons for not buying things over the internet. If the game ever appears in stores I will definitely pick up a copy.
Other way of LefflerWebDesign
Before I played the game (I have open it now, in upper) I must tell that my audio towers was broken yesterday. So, now I don't hear enything :( and I don't have much to say about sounds, either.
What about the game? Well! I just started and it's fine work. About Story line!? _ Haracter has a telekinesis. But from where? In the 1st and 2th game he hadn't.
I will not be speaking about the full game, which unfortunately is payable, but the shorter version, in which I play now is pretty well done, just a pity that it is removed from the full version, which is part of the FPS, which gives it more shooter, than adventure. It is unfortunate that LefflerWebDesign went the other way: (
Very cool game
I personally don't care about how the full version is something you have to pay for. What I do care about is that I really admired the great graphics shown in this. I couldn't get that far which I often do in point 'n click games. I do, however, marvel at how fantastic the detail is in all of these fantastic images. Everything just seems to flow together in such a wonderful realistic way. It's really cool to see the explosion at the beginning.
I feel like this could have worked better as a cartoon and not a game. There were just so many things going on, it was interesting to look it all up. Those sleepless nights were worth it to make something this good. The music sets up a great haunting atmosphere as well. I am surprised this did not win an award, considering how high ranked it was.
even though it lost some of its scaryness and sospense unlike the other 2 exmortis still a nice game
Not a bad demo, beat the real thing today!
Okay, first of all, I, like many others, was upset to find that you had to pay for Exmortis 3 to play it.
This demo wasn't all that I expected from you, Ben. I haven't been waiting as long as many others (since I first became an Exmortis fan in 2007), but I've still been a big fan since my first playthrough. I gotta say, though, it got intense once I found the nuke.
I have the full version now, and I beat it today. Overall, it was rather fun. Not very scary, but still a pretty good game. The ending disappointed me, but I haven't lost my faith in the Exmortis series. I did like the twist, though.
There is no game. Trust me. DO NOT PLAY!
A bonus episode of an anime-inspired series about an otaku turned dooms day survivor!
Time to find this Wizard of OZ.
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