Gets To The Exit full review
Reminiscent of the popular 90s video game Lemmings, Gets To The Exit is a puzzle game for iPhone and iPod touch in which the player’s aim is to guide the Tribesmen to the exit safely.
But, of course, it’s not that simple. The Tribesmen are faced with various obstacles including spikes and lava, so the player needs to move the platforms up or down in order to avoid these game-over inducing objects.
The game starts with an extensive and very helpful tutorial world, in which you’re taught what can and can’t be moved, what will kill you, and what can help you reach your goal.
There are bouncy platforms, passages to enable the Tribesmen to go through a platform, and lots more features that help make this a simple but extremely fun and addictive game to play. It can also be rather frustrating, but that’s the beauty of it, and it makes it more satisfying when you finally figure out how to complete the level.
There are currently three worlds to play in Gets To The Exit, all of which have different themes. Once you’ve finished the tutorial level, you’ll be required to safely escort more than one Tribesman through each level, meaning multi-tasking is a necessary skill to learn. You don’t have to get all of the Tribesmen to safety to win, but the more you kill, the less stars you’ll be awarded. You can go back and play the level again to try and get all three stars at any time.
We love the colourful graphics and the quirky sound track too.