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Exit.318289
7.4 out of 10

Exit

Intense action puzzler: Players use decision-making skills and Read more

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User Review

qiangho, play-asia.com
21 February 2011
  • Summary: The control is simple, all it needs is timing and speed. Beginning of the game is very easy but after playing a day or two, you'll definitely feel intense and head craking to solve the puzzle in time!
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Overall 8
8.0

Fun, interesting and not too hard to learn

Debra, Amazon
27 December 2008
  • Summary: I received this for Christmas. It is fun to play and easy to learn. There are little on-screen prompts any time you encounter something new. This is a good way to hone problem-solving skills and keep your brain active.
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Overall 10
10

Makes you smarter

A. Garcia, Amazon
11 January 2007
  • Summary: There were a lot of articles a while ago about how some games could make you smarter and Exit is one of those (it wasn't mentioned in those articles, but I truly believe it does. I really like the game. It's all about strategies, and not only what you have to do as the rescuer but also the people that you are rescuing since they can help you. I was expecting the graphics to be sort of low quality, but they look great!
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Overall 8
8.0

The Stylish Prince of Lemmings

Robert P. Inverarity, Amazon
5 September 2006
  • Summary: Exit, one of the PSP's most unique games thus far, can be thought of as a mashup of Jordan Mechner's classic Prince of Persia (the 2D, puzzle-esque one, not the modern revivals) and Lemmings. Mr. ESC, an escape artist who rescues people from dangerous situations for pay, uses only his wits and various objects (ropes, ladders, bridges, fire extinguishers) to get them out.
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Overall 2
2.0

THIS GAME IS HORRIBLE!!!

Lisa Angrisani, Amazon
14 July 2006
  • Summary: I WAS VERY DISAPPOINTED AFTER I PLAYED A FEW LEVELS OF THIS GAME. IT'S ANNOYING BEYOND BELIEF!!!! RUSHING UP AND DOWN THE STARS, LISTENING TO PEOPLE SAY OVER AND OVER...HELP!! ETC.... THIS GAME ISN'T WORTH THE TIME OR TROUBLE....
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Overall 10
10

I'm A Hero, You're Safe Now!

Metroid Fanatic, Amazon
15 May 2006
  • Summary: I just bought this game recently from my local videogame store. After having read a few favorable reviews I had decided to purchase it. If you're into 2D platformers, there's a good chance you will enjoy this game. Sort of a throwback to the SNES days, this game controls much like "BlackThorne" and "Flash Back" for those of you that remember. The graphics are excellent, very similar to the style of "Viewtiful Joe" with a 1950's theme.
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User Review

tobethisgoodtakesSEGA, play-asia.com
21 February 2006
  • Summary: This has to be one of the best and most unexpected puzzle games I have ever played! Wonderfully apt graphics and sound make this game a pleasure to play. The game moves at a fairly slow pace, and offers over 100 situations to play. Excellent level design make this game an absolute joy! If you've ever played Flashback or Another World you'll feel right at home. If you've never played those.. PLAY THIS!!
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Overall 10
10

Great game!!!

João Carvalho, amazon.co.uk
23 June 2012
  • Summary: This is a great strategy game. You not only have to save your self but other inocent people too from terrible situations.
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Overall 8
8.0

great game

Maher Mamhikoff, Amazon
8 November 2010
  • Summary: great game, more thought than action, well done and nice polish, love the graphic design, animation and movement somewhat quirky
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Overall 10
10

Just like an Old spectrum game!!

Duarte Silva, amazon.co.uk
17 November 2009
  • Summary: This game is perfect for the psp. It reminds me of the old games i used to play on my spectrum, but with better grafics now. The solutions to the problems presented are inteligent and fun, however they're not always easy.
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