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Exit Path

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rated 4.43 / 5 stars
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Action - Platformer - Other
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jump
path
freedom
running

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Uploaded
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


ZonfernoZonferno

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

An AmorGames classic

I can see traces of Shift and Portal in the game, but this is also very orginal - the rewind thing when you die is particularly cool. Also, it has pretty groovy music that fits well with the futuristic style of the game.
One trick I found was that pausing only stopped the character moving when in use, while hazards like spikes still went up and down: this means you could use the pause function to prevent yourself dying.
Overall, awesome game!


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ManoCornutoManoCornuto

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great

really nice atmosphere and story.
the game is nothing really new or especially creative, however it still stands on top of it's genre.
the controls are smooth, the rewinding after death funny, however the character slides a bit to much for my taste.
graphics are great too, however on the last few levels lag becomes a bit of an issue, although its just a tiny bit it can screw up your whole rhythm.
an sometimes it's hard to distinguish on what kind of floor you are landing, especially the direction.

but those are all just minor issues. great game!

p.s.: 22:36.10 on first try, although armor games highscores seem to be screwed up for ng, like always.



xtended12xtended12

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love it

This game was fantastic , somehow it reminds me of Portal Game. I finished every level and really enjoyed taking time here. 10/10



ThundardThundard

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice

Great gameplay... I completed it in half an hour.



IstancowIstancow

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

One bit in particular stumped me...

I spent a whole ten minutes trying to figure out stage 28 (with the small, 2 square platforms and the axes). The reason why it was so difficult?
It is nearly impossible to control the jumping of the character. I seemed to end up overshooting the platforms often.
Other than that, great game.
The similarity to Portals had me smiling, and I liked the challenge it provided.
The puzzles were clever and well designed, but I never actually used the sliding bit manually, and I only really used the flow on the very last stage...
If this game takes you any less than ten minutes, then you must either be some sort of wizard or I call shenanigans.

5/5 9/10
Front Page deserved.
This has quickly become one of my favorite games on Newgrounds.

-Istancow