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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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bgunnels1bgunnels1

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 7, 2010

love this and the entire series

When I first played the first Exmortis, I got instantly hooked. Now that I play this, I see I had a reason to be hooked to this series! I loved this one even though it was just a demo, I really wish I could buy it to fully complete it. But I really need to keep my money saved up... since, well ya know, I have other things I need to pay for. But still, you didn't even stumble when it came to impressing me in this series. I also loved the graphics and how you added new "powers" that was an exciting twist to the series. I really wish people would stop calling you a greedy bastard though. They should realize by now that you NEED the money or else we won't see anymore work quite like this. I'm giving this game a 10 and a 5 for sheer epicness, and I'll think about buying it!


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Fulgore-XFulgore-X

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 17, 2010

sad

its a great game and u have my respect that u made it to full game! but the roots of this series is here and u should make a mini version of it (in the old style from 1 and 2) for newgrounds so ur FANS can at least follow the story!!!! sry for my bad englisch im german^^



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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DemonTomatoDemonTomato

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 12, 2009

I will give you the benefit of the doubt

Don't flame him just because he's trying to make a little money off his talent. You shouldn't complain about it just because you're too cheap to pay for it. I for one would gladly pay for the full version if I could pull the money together (and it's really not that much, anyway). Just be thankful that he's giving you a demo so you can be sure that you'll like it before you buy it.

The atmosphere of your games is completely phenomenal, and I can actually feel the fear that the protagonist must be feeling. I've actually found myself reluctant to proceed down the hallway with the ghost in the first game, and I simply DREADED the idea of venturing into the attic.
Well, I'm alone here, and I can be an utter pussy sometimes (okay, a LOT of the time) but I do appreciate the mix of horror, mystery and adventure. Especially since it's one of those point-and-click mystery games that makes you think outside the box, like Barrow Hill, Scratches, Jack the Ripper, Still Life, that kind of stuff (And I like to play those games with my mom. Yeah, I said it)
These games are brilliantly designed (and damn SCARY!) and I applaud you for it.
This game really does deserve better treatment than it's gotten.
Now all that's left for me to do is scrape the money together.
And beat the second game...

And the first...

Dammit...
*Mans up and loads Exmortis 1*
I'll get back to you on that...


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diedieddiedied

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 9, 2009

This is THE shit

Ben you got what it takes man. I hope you make it. Don't listen to those homos who are too cheap to pay for great art.


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