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7.7

Generally favorable reviews- based on 7 Ratings

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  1. MikeD.
    Apr 11, 2008
    10
    A wonderful little gem of a game. Didn't like it much at first but if you stick with it and become used to the mechanics and such, it becomes so addictive it's frickin' insane. Over 200 stages and the chance to improve your times give it great value. Exit could very well become a classic. Just try it and stick with it for a little bit - I bet you'll end up loving it.A wonderful little gem of a game. Didn't like it much at first but if you stick with it and become used to the mechanics and such, it becomes so addictive it's frickin' insane. Over 200 stages and the chance to improve your times give it great value. Exit could very well become a classic. Just try it and stick with it for a little bit - I bet you'll end up loving it. Makes you feel smart too! Collapse
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75

Generally favorable reviews - based on 12 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 12
  2. Negative: 1 out of 12
  1. Those exhausted with puzzle-genre conventions will find Exit to be a fun and inventive brainteaser with a wonderful sense of style.
  2. Taito has meticulously crafted each progressive level in Exit to be a mindbender, thus ruling out all possibilities of this title being a pushover. Throw in the fact that there are a staggering 220 levels in Exit, and you can easily see why puzzle freaks like us are clamoring over Mr. ESC and his hip antics.
  3. The beauty of Exit is that it's perfect to play in little, bite-sized chunks (no doubt a side effect of originally being programmed for a portable system). There are loads of levels to challenge, but each one only takes minutes to complete.