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Exmortis 2

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Mar 27, 2006 | 5:57 PM EST
  • Frontpaged March 28, 2006
  • Daily Feature March 28, 2006
  • Weekly 4th Place March 29, 2006

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### NEWS ###: Read up on the development progress of Exmortis3 at

Finally! The sequel is done! Thanks for the massive props from the first game - without it, this one wouldn't have been made... I hope this one lives up to the standard of the first one...

For all of you who are having issues with the Soduko element of the game - there is a walkthrough at both and which will fix you... Use it wisely!!!

Frontpage again! Aw... shucks :) Thanks guys!

Big thanks to and for the feedback and beta testing...

Enjoy all!
Ben Leffler
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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


to scary to hard to everything. plus to real. dont make a sequel please.
sorry but its make it take 1 hour to sleep cos of this game and the last one.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Bad puzzles, no scare factor, terrible game.


Rated 0 / 5 stars

This is not the real rating. Not finished

Wow, this game is so much better than the first. But the thing is, i'm stuck. LoL. How can i be stuck this early in the game? If anybody can help me, i'm in the house and i cant figure out the Soduko puzzle. Also i dont know the combination to the lock in the closet. I pretty much suck. lol. I've read the diary in the main bedroom, read all the papers on the board in that one room (forgot the name of it, that's where i found a key) and i still cant it figure out. But yea, if anybody has figured this out, then help me plz.

Oh yea, i also went in the vent. Still nothing


Rated 0 / 5 stars

omg XD

I'm stuck in the church to! Aha, I feel dumb.


Rated 0 / 5 stars

The best flash game i've played so far

While the first Exmortis was pretty good, the sequel is something else. I've had no idea a simple flash game could have so much atmosphere and emotion. The sense of hopelessness, the red sky, the sound of thunder while reading a depressing and realistic diary, a couple of nasty "boo" scares... The best apocalyptic thing since 28 Days Later... Great job dude.