Fun Game, Great Problem Solving, Difficult Controls
K. Groh, Amazon
6 December 2010
Summary: This is a really fun game. Your job is to lead Mr. Esc to the exit of each level. In many levels he must rescue people, ranging from kids, to agile adults and overweight adults. He even has to help animals. Each person rescued has limitations, whether it is only being able to climb a certain distance, jump across a certain gap, or crawl under obstacles. Mr.
Summary: This game is not for everyone. This is a game of trying to figure out how to save people from various diasters. It is a puzzle game. The graphics are not great, but okay. You control Mr. Esc by tapping on him then tapping where you want him to go. It takes a little getting used to. You can also control the people he rescues. Some of the levels are tough and I get a little frustrated trying to figure them out. There is also a time limit on each level.
Summary: I bought this game because I thought it looked OK and it is really cheap compared to a lot of other games out there. If you are after a high quality 3d graphics, all action type game forget it. But I like a little puzzle or two when I want to relax and this is ideal. Much better than I was expecting, although personally I think the graphics are not great.
Summary: I was looking forward to this game for ages, and it was worth the wait - Square Enix are great at producing stylish, simple graphics, and the gameplay is fiendishly addictive. It's basically a puzzle game in the form of an old-fashioned 2-D platform 'adventure'. You play as 'Mr Exit' and your job is to rescue people in 10 different scenarios (each of which consists of 10 levels).
Summary: exit est un jeu de reflexion. dans l'ensemble ce jeu est bien, avec exit vous trouverer des graphismes simple, et des niveaux difficile ou les neurones vont tourner a plein regimes ! le plus? son tout petit prix !