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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 ( 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.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

i wuv it!!

really fun and addicting!! i like going super fast and just dieng


Rated 5 / 5 stars


this game is so addictive

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

great game

kinda reminds me of Tron


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Another fantastic game

You make the best games ive ever seen and this one is no exception. You should really make a sequel cause like your other games, its fantastic.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

A well polished platformer.

Stylized graphics: 10/10
Storyline: 10/10
Appropriate sound and music: 9/10
Neat story: 10/10
Gameplay, level design and replay value: 23/30
Overall score: 52/60

I love the story line: of a lonely individual trying to escape a life of oppression and deception; braving rather gruesome fates to get his/her freedom.
This game reminds me of Portal with its witty dark death pan humour, and those intricate false promises by "The Government" of a slice of the cake of freedom.
The dark background, illuminated only by lime lights, gives the impression of a high security prison (with deadly automated defences instead of guards).

The gameplay is challenging with plenty of cool deadly mechanisms such as giant pendulum axes and lasers, but never frustrating, as checkpoints are placed at regular intervals.
The controls were responsive, and the character physics well done.

My only gripe with this game, is that its a bit short, and the replay value somewhat limited.

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