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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

really you have to pay?

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

A bit more indepth

So my original review got deleted so I will actually review this rather then rant.

I gave this a zero for the reason that this is a demo and I do not want to pay $20 for a full version. But it is more then that. This game was too short and did not give anything to the plot. The original two games had an explanation to the Exmortis and gave plenty of backstory, this game however is no more then the protagonist wanting to kill the big bad guy. Maybe if you travelled to some sort of place with books telling you more backstory it might of made this game more memorable. Even if you did not have to read the books it would have been good for fans like me.

The first Exmortis had plenty of atmosphere, being in a creepy house all alone. the second lost most of that but was still scary, this however was more of an action game with puzzles. The game never got scary for me but thats probebly just me. I was dissapointed on many levels when I was playing this like how it gives you points for completing the game which do nothing other then to give you a high score and that took away from the experiance. Also the "moral choice system" did not really matter as all it did was tell you wether you are good or evil. Nothing more and nothnig less.

I applaud you for taking 3 years to develop this but just because you pour your heart and soul into something does not mean that everybody will like it or that they will shell out $20. Paying $20 for a flash game is quite a stretch for me. Sure I have cash to burn but I prefer to burn that money on worthwhile stuff.

The guard walking across the walkway looked terrible. That walking animation needs to be improved. It just looked so out of place. Also the choice to either let the cannibal live or die does not really do anything to add to the story, it is just wether or not you want to see the way the big bad guy dies before you get to him.

When I got to the big bad guys castle I was expecting horrifying creatures and awesome puzzles where I would have to crawl my way up to where the big bad guy was, but no, all it was shooting guys with guns. I'm sorry but What The Hell man, guys with guns why not demons and complex puzzles that would make it more fun. I am quite sure that I will not get that in the full version.

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Rated 0 / 5 stars

Well, one thing is true

You really did put your soul into this. However, you sold your soul doing so, making it pay content. Until it's free or someone leaks the full version, you'll get no respect from me.


Rated 0 / 5 stars

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".


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.