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Jun 10, 2010 | 5:32 PM EDT
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Exit Path is a multiplayer and uniplayer guantlet-style racing game through perilous traps and platforms. Advance through 30 uniplayer levels or take on other challengers in multiplayer (ArmorGames.com only). Earn 60 different pieces of flair to dress up and show your competitors what you've accomplished.

Uniplayer advances the player through a story about running towards freedom. You are just another faceless being facing a stadium survival challenge, which lies in between you and your ultimate survival.

Multiplayer features live racing complete with 40 player/runner levels to advance through, as well as matchmaking and chat/kudos system. Work through 20 different unique multiplayer levels and achieve glory!

Bugs to report? Email john+exitpath@armorgames.
com.

Reviews


KovisKovis

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 30, 2010

Great

Omg that was great (Like always) and it's f*****g hard good work jmtb02



Doomyeah17Doomyeah17

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 29, 2010

awsome!

why cant flairs be medals?



jelle11101jelle11101

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 28, 2010

Awesome game!

There should have been a mode where you can create and share your own levels.


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nowgrondsnowgronds

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 28, 2010

yes

i fainally beat the game also great muisc and loved the game


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gaveitatrygaveitatry

Rated 3 / 5 stars June 27, 2010

Success

This game is annoying as hell. I didn't get very far. I gave up on Test B. I really hated the Rewind Life segment, because it took too long; and the blue streaks left from rewinding after death were annoying to look at. I wish there was a way to toggle it off. Also, blue is like my least favorite color. The rest of the game seems cool, but I found it too difficult. It felt like I had no control over the character. Sometimes it would charge ahead really fast and other times it moved too slow. Anyway, I know that if I just had the patience to keep repeating the same level over and over, that I would get better at it and feel a sense of accomplishment. This is not a game that I would recommend to my personal friends, because they would probably get bored as quickly as I did too; but at the same time, I'm not discouraging anyone from trying this game, because it could very well be their cup of tea. Thank you for the effort involved and maybe I'll give it another chance some day.