Latest Developments

    follow me on Twitter

    Tuesday, September 08, 2009

    Exmortis 3 Available Now!!


    After 3 years and 5 months of blood, sweat and tears - I have finally released my magnus opus, the feather in my cap, the cherry on my cake.

    That's right people - Exmortis 3 is FINALLY out.


    You guys have no idea how much work I have put into this title - especially over the last 9 months... So please for the love of god if you are truly a fan, I implore you... consider purchasing the full download version from Fizzy.com...

    It is only $20 (Australian) which at the moment only equates to around the $17 US mark. And the only way any more games in the Exmortis series can be made is by this one being successful...

    I'd like to thank everyone involved in the creation, development, and promotion of the game. I'd also like to thank my family, friends and especially my wife for the support they have shown me and my work.

    And I'd like to thank the fans for their enthusiasm and patience while I toiled away with getting this behemoth out of the door. It's been a long hard road, and I'm sure the journey isn't over yet. Who knows, Exmortis 4 might eventuate if this one sells well :) Only you guys can make that happen...

    Once again thanks to all, it's time that I got home to my gorgeous wife who has put up with my constant late nights in the office over the last 9 months.

    Cheers,
    Ben.

    89 comments:

    Sean said...

    bravo man you really are the best. expect a big donation from me soon

    CJ said...

    This is truly a piece of art you have made Ben!

    I purchased the game just because of the enjoyment I had with the previous sequels in the Exmortis series.

    There is a lot of directions you can go with an Exmortis 4:

    1) What happens to Mr. Hannay?
    2) Does Azazel replace Vlaew as the next antagonist in a future sequel?

    I look forward to future works from you.

    Cheers.

    Elisabeth said...

    I'm dissapointed, very dissapointed.

    I don't want to play demos, I want to play full versions, yet, you want us to pay for the full version?

    I can't buy the game, neither one day I will.

    I expected something else, instead of buying the game.

    Johnny said...
    This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
    matexo2006 said...

    OMFG! WOOOOT! Your skills, ben, are pure awsumness (and not awesomeness, wchich is nowhere near is awsum)!!!!! Elisabeth has no idea. This is Bens JOB now. Id pay a lot more than 20 bucks for this. (though im quite happy if it stays at $20), Ive been waiting for AGES! THANX SO MUCH BEN!

    Elisabeth said...

    I do have idea mate, however you don't understand the world at crisis because it seems you're an ignorant to other countries.

    The game is excellent, however, it's no fun when you play a demo

    Ben Leffler said...

    Elisabeth, I'm interested to find out why you feel that you are unable to purchase the game. Your last post seems to indicate to me that your answer might be of a geographic ilk?

    Elisabeth said...

    Ben, your games usually are free to play, why it needs to be payed? I understand it was a hard work for you during these 3 years.

    You said the game is 20$ for Astralia and 17$ for States, but you didn't give the price of euro here in Europe, so probably the game will be around 15-25€ as for my calculations.

    To not to start the whole thing, I can tell you how horrible is the crisis here, and you see bars empty instead being full like it was before.
    15-25€ is very much, and especially when I can't use the credit card even if I'm 18. You see, no all people can buy the game.

    bogusacc101 said...

    I am afraid I have run into a problem during the installation of Exmortis 3. The installation nearly completed successfully however upon finalizing I got an error basically saying:
    'setting up uninstall failed. Installation may not be complete'

    I ran the game and it worked fine (good work by the way) but when I try to uninstall the game I get an error message. I am using WinXPSP. Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks and keep up the good work.

    Ben Leffler said...

    I understand and completely appreciate that Elisabeth. The financial crisis, economic difficulties and a lack of spending money these days make it difficult. I feel for you, I really do.

    The fact remains that I have been working full time here at 3RD Sense on Exmortis 3 for the past 9 months and they have supported me, my vision and as a result the development of the game ends up costing a considerable amount.

    Without the backing of 3RD Sense, Exmortis 3 would not have been made. Period.

    So here is the dilemma - either no Exmortis 3 gets made, or it does and is priced at (according to current exchange rate) less than 12 Euros.

    I've put my heart and my soul into the creation of this game and I am sorry that you are disappointed.

    Omnus said...
    This comment has been removed by the author.
    Ben Leffler said...

    Bogus - try downloading the latest version of the game again from Fizzy.com and reinstalling it. You might have received the early glitchy installer version whilst we were working on getting the game live.

    Omnus said...

    Ya know what? I was disappointed that Exmortis 3 was pay to play.

    But then I thought about it for a second.

    Ben put so much into this game. It's like his baby. The demo was awesome, Ben. I'm gonna save up my money, and I'm gonna buy your game. I'm gonna buy your game, and I'm gonna love the hell out of it. Keep up the good work!

    Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go beg somebody to let me play the full version while I wait for money to get my own....

    Ben Leffler said...

    Omnus - I'm sad to see you are disappointed. Unfortunately plans change, as do most things in life.

    My original intentions were exactly as you described. However as the project grew, the game and scope of the story evolved to the point where it didn't allow me to execute the original plan.

    I wanted a delineated story, but there was just too much work involved for just one guy to create something to satisfy everyone.

    I thank everyone for their kind words though. I no longer need to work 80 hours a week on this.

    Omnus said...

    Here's a question, Ben: If Exmortis 3 sells well, will there, in the distant future be a free full version of Exmortis 3? Or perhaps an Exmortis 3 packages with an Exmortis 4 if that happens?

    Cuz if so, I'd hug you.

    If not, I totally understand.

    By the way, I'm playing the demo a third time now.

    No, I'm not obsessed with it at all, why do you ask?

    Ben Leffler said...

    I rule nothing out Omnus. Who knows what lies down the track :)

    Esther said...

    Ignore the silly humans, Ben. Their feeble organic minds cannot grasp the true nature of reality.
    You've created something here, and you deserve recompense. I will do my part, and encourage others likewise.
    If there is a lesson in your works, it is that the world is not there for the benefit of mortals, no matter what they think. May Vlaew eat the souls of those deluded fools who are blind to the mastery of your vision.

    matexo2006 said...

    Elisabeth,
    My apologies. I understand now, sorry, i misinterpreted your message as being disapointed with the game =P. The game itself being unafordable from where you are.... is purely horrible...
    I myself plan on purchasing it as soon i can. (probably tomorrow or so) In the mean time i shall settle for the demo... I suppose it would be cheating to send you and other people in your situation a copy of the bought version? (Rhetorical question)... (and on that note, i dont really understand the financial crisis that much really, only the general idea. My mistake.)

    Bryon said...

    Bravo. Ben Leffler your work is amazing..Playing through even the demo of Exmortis 3 has blow me away..You are quite possibly the best web designer I know haha.
    This game has scored you 56 more points in my props book and you are now at 99 of 100. how do you get the other, might you ask?
    Punch the noobs who keep putting down your project..haha I am not lying when I say this is the best game I've played all year and easily the most anticipated. So again I say, Bravo.

    Elisabeth said...

    Esther, you tell to ignore the humans, when you're a human yourself. I take that as racism.

    Matexo maybe I'll be able to buy the game one day, probably once we will move out here from Spain.

    gamerolled said...

    unfortunately, when I try to play it AT FIZZY.COM, it says "pirate domain, this game is only available at Fizzy.com."

    matexo2006 said...

    Ignore the silly Esther, Ben. His feeble organic mind cannot grasp the true nature of reality. The fact is, yes, your a human too. (though i dont know if that is racism, since its against himself, but it certainly goes along those lines) And in any case, that would meen your telling ben to ignor you, when you told ben to ignor humans. Though to ignor you is to ignor the message that said ignor the humans. THAT, my fellow exmortis fan, makes no sense what-so-ever. And i dont know when that day is, elisabeth, but for your sake, i hope its within reason.

    Ben Leffler said...

    Gamerolled - I'll have to get back to you on that... I take it you were trying to play the FULL INTERNET version on Fizzy?

    Clark said...

    Cheers and CONGRATS!!! As much of a labor as it was for you, I am sure the wait was worth it, both for you and your fans! THANK YOU, for some great games!!

    DieHardExmortisFan said...

    i need heaps of help with the circuit puzzle in the hotel room, i have no idea what and how it goes with the 6 electronic wires. and i keep trying to get it right and when i think it's right i plug it in and get shocked. btw Just the demo is a masterpiece ben. I truly apprecaite the hours of your life you have put in to this game.

    me said...

    Elisabeth,

    The dude spent probably thousands of hours on the game. Asking someone to pay $20 bucks is not unreasonable. If you cannot afford $20, then go play other games. This is not a necessity of life like food or shelter.

    I, for one, will pay the $20. The first two were of such high quality that it is worth it to me.

    jack said...

    Congrats ben,the game rocks!a fine piece of work.

    Deadrising7 said...

    Ben you did an EXCELLENT job on Exmortis 3. I am only playing the demo but it is AMAZING.

    randomguy627 said...

    Hey Ben, awesome game (ive only played the demo, will get the full game later :D) and thanks for everything, really.

    And is that map of Broughton City derived from Chestertown, Maryland? it looks excatly like it, nice to see that someone cares about us :P.

    jonas said...

    OMG! OMG! FINALLY!

    I have been following this blog for such a long time now, and I can't believe the day has finally come. Exmortis 3 is here. I'm the biggest Exmortis fan, so I feel like the happiest guy in the world right now.

    But before I go and buy this masterpiece, I just wanna say thank you for all the hard work you've done for the past 5 years Ben. You are not only the master of suspense and horror, but also the biggest inspiration for any flash game designer out there. You are in the other words, THE man.

    I salute you :)

    manwith10toes said...

    Is this playable on a mac?
    I don't wanna spend 20 bucks then not be able to play!

    CJ said...

    Hey Ben, will there be any chance the "demo" of Exmortis 3 will be posted on Newgrounds?

    A big portion of the fan base is probably located on NG. A good spot to get your game noticed since your past creations have always been gold--Ex3 would probably be platinum if uploaded on that site!

    Cheers.

    gamerolled said...

    nope. the demo.

    Gama713 said...

    And to think I was going to jump on a plane to strangle you for making me stay up late, paranoid and clutching my dragon cane to stare at my window in fear something was coming to get me for a demo.

    I am (slightly) irked by having to pay to play, mostly because, being a 17-year old girl in the states with no job, cash is all I own, as it is.

    However, downloading the demo, I'm surprised I haven't jumped up, stolen my mother's credit card, and downloaded the full version as it is.

    If I were a male sir, I would seriously wank to this creation. It is GORGEOUS. Forgive me, but it puts Ex1 and Ex2 to shame, though nothing still creeps me out like Ex1.

    Though the electrical puzzle is driving me insane in the apartment complex. Someone gotten that puzzle worked?! I've died 3 times already!

    Imir said...

    Sigh I really shouldnt play exmortis right now as I have to study for exam but...well its in a week so small delay wont hurt.

    Its a pleasure to play this game, even the demo. Well I will try to save up some money to buy the full version in future, maybe price will go down and game is new 14 euro is little too much.

    diehardexmortisfan - on the ground floor where you have the circuit board there is a room for staff only, go there and check the top right corner for post it note...*hint* then play battleships with note and circuit board.*hint*


    Now i need help with nuke... Im supposed to get the hell out of there...time is ticking, but I cant find the keys to motorboat, I didnt explore subway yet, I think im supposed to blow up the gate, but I cant find any explosives to connect to detonator and wire.

    juan said...

    i can't complete the last chapter cuz i can't use my powers..help :(

    Tal said...

    *finishes game

    ..............

    *creams pants

    Totally worth purchasing! Thanks for the 3rd installment ben!

    Deh Man said...

    It is unlikely that I will be able to play the full game, due to the side cost... But...

    IT'S EXMORTIS 3! I have waited to long to back down because of a 19$ cost. I will figure to something... heh... But I might as well play the demo first. I will probably post another comment on that...

    No matter what, keep goin' Ben!

    [Is there even the slightest possibility of an "Exmortis 3"? Perhaps from the eyes of someone else... Someone less "lucky" while the exmortis slaughtered mankind. Or of one of the soldiers that where ordered to fight the exmortis.]

    Victor said...

    omg how do I get fix up the circuit??

    Stephanie said...

    I'm with diehard...I'm killin myself on the circut board...lol

    I should have never skipped that class...

    Julz said...

    Well, although I am very sad that it costs 19 USD, and my computer unfortunately won't let me play the demo (It says Loading Chapter: Extinction 1132K/1132K but then it doesn't do anything after that) it looks like a fun and creepy game. Though I'm glad you put a price on it, you deserve it after all you've done for this game. I personally don't like shooters though, that's something I'm not looking forward to. I'll make sure to buy it soon. I can't wait.

    jack said...

    id like to say congratulatiosn ben! E3 us a absolute masterpiece.one of the best games ive played thus far.keep up the fantastic work man.

    Nick said...

    To finish the circuit board first of all, look at it like a battle ship board on the top A-G on the side 0-7 Use the post it note found with 6 codes on it.

    Hey can anyone tell me how to escape the explosion? if its by using the boat wheres the boat key???

    Nick said...

    Also id just like to say

    GREAT WORK BEN!
    i Definately plan on buying the full version soon Thanks for not giving up on this masterpiece!

    Glad i got to tell you this

    Chinchila said...

    People give Ben a break, he spent years doing this game, and we all know that he has talent.
    He did sarcrifices in his daily life so us, the Exmortis fan, could actually enjoy this, and now he deserves his reward. I do know that the economic crisis is everywhere, but Ben sure does feel it too, and this is his job. Without it and our help Ben won't be able to continue the production of entretainement for us. And don't forget he has a family to sustain too.
    Maybe one day you can get the game too, its not that expensive, just spare a few bucks/euros per month and you'll get your game in no time.

    Roy said...

    Having problems with activating the game from Fizzy, keeps complainging im not using the admnistrative accout for my computer which i am. Demo is great though but i couldnt play even for 5 minutes before i chickened. I guess ill crawl my way through this game slowly xP.

    conor_royston1993 said...

    Ben i have a problem, i downloaded exmortis 3 from fizzy about 30 minutes ago, i installed it and it said it had perfectly. When i clicked on it though all that came up was a black screen... my friend get the same thing any help ????

    Reagal6187 said...

    Ben, I have purchased the game, gotten the activation code, installed the game, and now when I try to use the code to activate the full version, it says I need administrative privileges, which I have. Any ideas?

    Nick said...

    Again please dont think me ignorant, Ben.

    You as a person are great!
    You worked through many setbacks and made it through with flying colors. Your'e a dedicated hard working man, I commend you for that.

    It's just one chapter for the demo? You could have at least made it more exciting, don't you think?

    shane said...

    Great to see the game finally out Ben, I know its been a long road, but after playing this for the last couple of hours its definitely been worth it.

    No said...

    Same. I never really played battleship so I didn't understand the directions from Brian in the other blog entry. And I'm glad there was a demo, I intend to purchase the full game sometime later, so far I'm really amazed at how much time and effort went into this one. It's a different experience from the last two games.

    Nick said...

    Ben what the fuck dude, its saying invalid activation code and i just purchased the fucking game

    Stephanie said...

    Nick - are you sure you copied the whole activation code?

    Ben - I'm on the second chapter now and this game is awesome! Not to mention the dead daughter's name is my name (w00t) I have waited (as has most) a long time for this game! So, I'm taking it slow and enjoying it. :)

    There is always a however..however. This has absolutely nothing to do with your game or your genius...it's Fizzy :( I know you don't want to bite the hand that feeds but sheesh...fizzy is kinda lame.

    Ben Leffler said...

    Hi Nick (and a few others), I just got into the office. It seems a small few are having activation issues with the download version...

    It's not really my area here at 3rd Sense, so please be patient. I am going to chat to the relevant people and post back on this blog shortly.

    I probably won't be back for a few hours though due to meetings. Back soon, mate.

    Nick said...

    Thanks ben and sorry for seeming hostile, i just get touchy and anxious when it feels like i was ripped of my money, please post back asap so this horrible feeling will go away.

    Chinchila said...

    Oh and Ben... I tried to download the demo version 3 times, and everytime it completes and I click to install, nothing happens.
    What am I doing wrong? :S

    Ben Leffler said...

    Chinchila, the installer seems to take a fair while to load up it seems. I have a brand new laptop and when I ran the installer it literally took a minute before anything happened.

    Stick with it is all I can suggest.

    Nightmares Rider said...

    I feel sorry that I'm not the first comment here. I'll give it a try for sure. Please think about the zombie theme game I'm sure as hell that it would beat every zombie flash game out there. Thank you so much for your efforts & always remember that your fans are always there for you.
    Carla Michael

    Nightmares Rider said...

    I undrestand Ben's hard efforts in this game but why won't he make this part available for free next year or the year after at least? I,too, can't buy the game online. please take my suggestion into consedration. Thank you.

    Noelle G. said...

    Awesome game...and I haven't even finished the demo yet! It's totally worth buying the full version - I'd get it if I wasn't a broke college student :) Truly fantastic.

    It'll probably take me a while to get through the demo anyway, considering that I can't figure out the sniper or the subway entrance...

    Tal said...

    For all those needing help on the first chapter, send me an email. I'm replaying the second chapter to finish some parts I missed. Apparently on other forums the main part people are stuck are the circuit board?

    Chinchila said...

    For the circuit board you will need a note small with numbers and letters as a reference.
    You will also need to use the letters and numbers on the board as a gide ;)

    Esther said...

    Dear matexo2006/Elisabeth,

    Thank you for bringing my whimsical jest to life.
    When I joked about the feeble mortal mind, I never expected somebody to take it literally and prove it to be true.

    To clarify your confusion, yes - I am human. So, Elisabeth dear, the term you're looking for is not 'racism' but 'self-deprecating humour'. I can see how you would get those mixed up. And jumping to accusations of racism at the drop of a hat, without proof or understanding, does you no credit either.

    And dear Matexo2006, you spent an entire paragraph demonstrating how much you missed the point. Now, to me, that makes no sense what-so-ever. And Esther is a girl's name.

    From your writing styles, I'm guessing you two aren't native English speakers. Neither am I, so when I'm reading something, I spend time (sometimes a lot of time) trying to understand it, before making comment. Communication is difficult enough between speakers of the same language. In this case, you two jumped to conclusions and insults without even understanding what I said. You might want to think about that.

    And finally, to come to the point - neither Ben nor any other game-creator owes you anything. There are many people out there who provide you with hours of free entertainment at their own cost and to quibble about that is insulting to them and to yourselves. Consider the old adage - how would you feel if the situation were reversed?

    And, most of all, consider this: games are not a natural (or even God-given) right. They are a luxury, nothing more. If being unable to afford a game is ruining your life, may I suggest you have your priorities skewed.

    Erica said...

    Esther, you rock, awesome defence. And people, yes it sucks that you have to pay for this game, but why do you all expect something for free? Why should a person sit around and work for months and months to give you a game that you want and expect nothing in return? This is Ben's job, as he has said without his job Exmortis 3 would not have been made so grow up, get over it, buy the game or play the demo and move on. If you are a fan of the Exmortis series and have the cash, buy it, this may mean another installment. If you can not afford to buy the game, that is a shame, not everyone has the cash but a computer game is not like food, water or shelter, you do not have to have it. BUT if you want it, you will have to buy it, end story. Stop it with this sense of entitlement, Ben owes you nothing for free.

    Chinchila said...

    Well said Esther! :)

    peche pona said...

    you want to know what I think? I think the game isn't good because it doesn't have a beginning, nor an ending. I think I'll have to download the full version, but I am really disapointed with it. And I thnik 19$ dollars is way too much for a simple game, I mean, 15$ would be okay, but 19$??
    Anyway, I continue to think that you, and Exmortis, rock, so don't worry.

    peche pona said...

    GOOD GOD Esther, don't listen to the other's crap if you don't want to. Who would confuse Esther with a man's name? And do you notice how he speaks? He sounds like a 10 years old.
    And Elizabeth is poor, so who cares?
    Besides, I think she's the kind of person who takes everything as racism because it's easyer for them.

    You rock Ben! Be expecting my 19 bucks soon.

    matexo2006 said...

    What? Or right, i said his. Woops, sorry =P. And besides, i was only being as serious as you were lol, no offence intended. And no, i speak english and nothing else. Sorry if it insulted you, i was just joking. Anyways, what was that about ben not owing us anything? I dont think I said he did...? Anyway, not rasicsm, no, but saying dont listen to humans when you are one, doesnt exactly make sense, haha. Sorry.

    peche pona said...

    LOL, I don't really care, I just say that it ain't cool to start talking like that to people. But if you were joking, it's OK.

    Esther said...

    Thanks, matexo2006. :)

    Anyway, back to the game - it's fun, but I'm still stuck at the sniper. That guy just isn't a happy camper. What haven't I tried yet...?

    matexo2006 said...

    Why does everyone here take it so seriously? We (Elisabeth and I) never said anything about Ben "owing" us the game, just that in some places it is not affordable. For those of you with more recent comments, have you even read the start of the conversation, Elisabeth cant get it because of the financial crisis. Stop ganging up on people.

    matexo2006 said...

    Oh, and as for the sniper, well, ive only got the demo. But have you got to the first floor of the apartment block and found the explosives? I thought the nuke bomb would wipe him out... (or do you stop it from going off in the full version?)

    peche pona said...

    I believe that in the full version you would be able of making it stop, cause there are multiple endings in it.

    NeonCondom said...

    Ben, I'll tell you, that I've torrented a whole lot of games. And for a few seconds, I wanted to play this so bad but didn't have the funds (pathetic I know) that I was considering searching and seeing if I could grab this game.

    But pfft, I thought back to how completely blown away I was when I played the original (so blown away, in fact, when I saw it was your 1st flash attempt that I convinced some friends to play it and they absolutely and inexplicably loved it) and you know what? You deserve that 17 dollars. You're definitely gonna get it from me.

    yesirori said...

    Hola, Ben, Lei los comentarios de Elisabeth y creo que tiene un poco de razon. No quiero insultar el juego ni a ti...
    Jugue muchos juegos de terror o suspenso, como los llames, Exmortis es uno de mis favoritos, esperé mucho tiempo para la parte 3, pero la verdad es que no esperaba tener que pagarlo...
    I speak Spanish, I understand English, I from Argentina, So Please translate this into the Google translator or any side if you do not know what I mean :)

    CliffyTX said...

    The game was TOTALLY worth it simply because of the atmosphere and the total immersion if you follow his past advice; lights down, sound up.

    I bought the game, demo unseen. I wanted it that much. My only complaint isn't actually AT you, Ben. It's Fizzy. Their support team has all but abandoned me. The game installed fine on my PC running XP, but on my laptop running Vista, it keeps giving me an error message saying they have no record under the details I provided. I told them that and have heard nothing in over a week.

    My belief is they don't know the answer and so they've simply abandoned me and my support ticket.

    I fully support you, your game and your awesome future, but I suggest possibly looking elsewhere when finding a place to sell the game. Fizzy just isn't cutting it.

    You're a natural. You're destined for greatness. I truly wish for an Exmortis 4...or hell, something close...like a spinoff loosely related to Exmortis 3 or the series.

    Peace.

    CliffyTX said...

    Ben,
    In the interest of the full story and being that you allowed me to bash Fizzy publicly, then I need to follow up.

    I was getting an error message saying there was no account under the details I entered and, although I'm still a little upset that they failed to try ANYTHING after their first attempt, the problem turned out to be that when I copied and pasted the activation code from their site, I inadvertently left off the last two characters. So, the problem was entirely my fault. My public apology to Fizzy for the harsh words.

    CliffyTX said...

    On a related-to-Exmortis-3-note, I am DYING to find out what achievements I'm missing. I can never get more than 32 of the 34 available.

    If you'll allow it, Ben, the list of the ones I HAVE gotten are:

    Got Power Cube
    Got Hatred Cube
    Got Vengeance Cube
    Killed Azrael
    Found way back to Earth
    Found gold tooth
    Used Post-It note
    Got candlestick holder
    Broke window with fire extinguisher
    Tried to disarm nuke in case
    Added batteries to radio
    Got gold watch from cash register
    Saw Vlaew on rooftop through rifle scope
    Killed sniper
    Found and clicked on boat at marina
    Turned forced radio broadcast on
    Turned platform lighting on
    Got toddler shoes
    Left water running in mens room
    Got crowbar from womens restroom
    Defused Platform 1 trap
    Got coin pouch
    Got pocket watch
    Clicked on mailbox
    Drank the water in the cell
    Got sniper rifle
    Made guard fall to his death
    Revealed hidden passage entry with moonlight/ruby
    Used sledgehammer on wall
    Clicked on Latin phrase
    Used Telekinesis on gate with guards

    For the life of me I can't find anymore. The game's walkthrough mentions a diary in the church and I've clicked every square inch of that place and can't find one. So...I'm missing two achievements that, no matter how many times I play, I can never find. Can I get some help?

    Sara said...

    I have one question Ben:

    Are you planning on releasing a full game with a time limit? :)

    dominic said...

    Very well done this is something you should bring out of the Flash genre onto platforms, the story well thought out and deep, possibly a RPG just like Fallout 3 with a Mass effect Dialogue set up, Placement in different cities and countries, DLC for new maps and tasks centered around Mr. Hannay it could be done an the storyline will sell itself. As it is your not only on the run from the Exmortis but from humans as well possibly raider clans, underground trading sites. Refugees camps an magic as you presented it allow for a wide skill set that allows the player to choose how he plays and multiple leads on the storyline.

    MIO said...

    I love all of your games, ben. all of them. I was happy that i could play the demo, as i expected the worse: no demo at all. i hope that in a few years, i can get a credit card and buy it, and i completely understand the price, and it is reasonable, becuase you spent a LOT of time into it.

    the screenshots look amazing, and i am almost obsessed with collecting as many as i can.

    i dont know why i said that...

    anyway, good luk and... yeah

    trevorisdacoolest said...

    ok i really want to buy this game but is there any store it is avaliable at because i can't put my credit card info on the computer....so can i buy it at a store or something?

    Blood said...

    love your games man, the first exmortis really scared the hell outta me,and the second one scared me even more.youve got great stories for the games and bad ass ideas.i also think that your game purgatorium is really scary too.
    looking forward to Exmortis4 man.

    twilightjunkie98 said...

    I can't afford to buy it and I'm a big scaredy-cat anyway so most likely I won't finish it, but if I could I would give you a HUGE donation your games are the BEST!!

    maplepat_15 said...

    Is ther any place that i could buy the game CD or there's no CD and its only on internet? just asking... by the way great game !

    Violet said...

    Is there anyway that the full version will be available for free?? I love these games and played and rated them on Newgrounds and really cant afford to play the Full Version please let me know. Thanks

    CVH said...

    i would buy this if not for my lack of money i enjoyed the other ones and this one looks vary good

    as for everyone whos bitching saying OMG WHAT AN ASSHOLE/SELLOUT yes yes indeed it is a sellout but thats how it works one needs to make a living and its worth the 20 bucks. so shut the fuck up and soport developers.

    ^_^ i will be buying this once i can spend 20 bucks on entertainment

    Ryushu said...

    BAWW!! I WANT!! ;~;

    I only got to play the demo...and now I want the FULL version...

    But I can't buy it...

    But other than that, you, good sir, are truly a god amongst scary online game developers! Bravo!! I clap for you until my hands bleed! *claps vigorously*

    Ryushu said...

    BAWW!! I WANT!! ;~;

    I only got to play the demo...and now I want the FULL version...

    But I can't buy it...

    But other than that, you, good sir, are truly a god amongst scary online game developers! Bravo!! I clap for you until my hands bleed! *claps vigorously*