Exertus first person platformer releases

exertus first person platformer releases on linux windows pc

Exertus is a first person platformer for Linux and Windows PC. Thanks to developer Loneminded. The game just released on Steam. And the reviews are a solid 96% Positive.

Exertus first person platformer. Due to the free-run and old school FPS inspired movement mechanics. As a result, this is a graphically stunning game. While remaining challenging. Which reminds me of Cluster Truck meets SEUM.

First of all Exertus uses a fluid movement system. Pitting the player against dynamic level elements. Since you have the simple aim of getting from point A to point B. Besides that, you can either use the beaten path. Or the off-path environment in the semi-linear levels.
For whatever reason, the developer does not have an official trailer. So I managed to dig up some gameplay. Likewise, take note of the lighting and the level dynamics. For a cost-effective release, this is certainly impressive.

Exertus – Gameplay

If you’re good at platformer’s. Maybe you might want to compete against yourself. Or even other players through global platform leaderboards and statistics. Or just relax and play for fun.

Features:

  • 42 original semi-linear levels
    Play through 42 original levels with a semi-linear design. The aim is to get from start to finish. But how you choose to do so is entirely up to you.
  • Fluid movement
    Get from A to B in style through use of Exertus. Above all, make use of the fluid movement mechanics.
  • Level elements
    Cross the path of various level elements. Which you can also use to your advantage.
  • Global leaderboards
    Compete across original levels against other players via global leaderboards.

Exertus is first person platformer is available on Steam. Priced at $2.24 USD. Including a 25% discount until September 1st. With a relase for both Linux and Windows PC. Which is almost free but not quite. So check it out if you’re up for a challenge.

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