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Alex E.

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Some things I had problems with in Exiles: I had some trouble figuring out how to unlock doors with key cards since you have to swipe the key card and then open the door whereas in many other games you just swipe the key card and the door opens automatically. I figured it out, though, so it's not entirely necessary that it be streamlined.

After picking up the bedroom key, I absolutely could not figure out where to go.

Some things I liked about ExilesThere are genuine stretches of dread that are caused primarily by level design. There is a section where there are two floors. I avoided going down the bottom floor (because it's scary!!), so I instead did everything there was to do on the first floor until there was nothing left and I had to go down stairs. That had me flustered.

The way the visuals are shaded makes the game look like it's made of clay or velvet. That's great! It makes Exiles look fairly unique among the plethora of horror games that go for photo-realism. The blurring and lighting effects also look fantastic! The scary strings that kick in when the zombie boy appears made the whole encounter even more stressful.

P.S. there's a bug at the end of the video that you should absolutely keep in the game.

Hello,

My name is Alexander Emenheiser, and I am a freelance Composer based in York, Pennsylvania, United States. I am currently on the lookout for new projects to work on. I have experience writing for a myriad of genres and styles including 8- and 16-bit chiptunesorchestralelectronica, et cetera.

If you would like to get in contact with me about a project, add me on Skype! My username is β€œadesyndicate”. You can also contact me by email at adesyndicate@gmail.com!

I have my other music on the Newgrounds audio portal and on SoundCloud. If you want to know more about me and the other games I've composed for, you may go to my website.

Thank you for your time!

Sincerely,
Alexander Emenheiser

Hello! My name is Alexander Emenheiser, and I'm a musician of more than ten years: a decade as a pianist, four as an electronic musician, and two as a vocalist. I'm looking to collaborate or get hired by indie game developers. I can do a variety of styles and genres of music.

If you are interested or have questions, email me at adesyndicate@gmail.com!

β€” Alex E.

I sent you an email!

NEATO! I'm liking those rules, too! I'm totally doing this.

I'm interested in composing the soundtrack to your game! I have more than nine years experience as a pianist and I've been wanting to get into video game composing for a long time now. What is your email so that I can contact you?

You're welcome!

Reminds me of the old Sonic X trinket toy games McDonald's used to sell back in 2005 or so and Tiger Electronic's LCD games. This is a subcategory of video games that doesn't get enough neo-retro love.

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A small tip, man: don't name your files ending with a number in parenthesis; people on Windows might mistake it for being the eighth time they've downloaded Jake.zip.