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For those of you who like the smaller experimental games, Exit84 [] is an interesting idea. It's a frustrating typing-platformer game, where you can only move by typing what's on the screen. It's free, so if you need something to test yourself it's a nice little game.

A single second of your attention drifting somewhere else will be fatal, miss-typing will also be fatal. Get your hands on the keyboard and be ready to EXIT—or die.

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I've spent a little time with it and it sure is difficult, but the idea behind it is really quite clever. The levels aren't random, so you can easily learn them and you know what's going to come next once you've failed a few times. Knowing what you have to type next doesn't make it easy, as your timing and typing needs to be impeccable.

It sure was a test of my patience…

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elmapul 12 March 2018 at 12:41 pm UTC
the gameplay sounds like "train your skill on typing" so if its a platform or what the genre is, isnt very important, the game play will be the same of any other type-training game.
the problem witht his kind of game is, once you played one of then, you played then all
Destroyer 13 March 2018 at 3:06 am UTC
Anything like this on Steam?

I'm strangely interested in this particular game. Not exactly sure why I am lol!

Last edited by Destroyer at 13 March 2018 at 3:07 am UTC
probe_31 13 March 2018 at 3:06 pm UTC
To be honest I would love to publish Exit84 on Steam, but I have no budget :'D
RafiLinux 11 April 2018 at 10:34 pm UTC
This looks awesome. I will add it to my rotation for my gaming event tomorrow!
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