February 5th, 2012 | By Chris Priestman
Prolific Windows Phone indie developer, Elbert Perez, has released his “most ambitious game yet” on to the platform of his choice. Paradox Exit is inspired by the likes of Terraria and Minecraft and is free to download right now.
Like every pitiful being on this planet, Toby pressed the red button despite the warnings and now found himself warped into a strange box-oriented environment with no visible escape. Lo and behold, you, the faithful player, must interject at this point and help the useless twerp out. Paradox Exit features a physics driven environment, procedurally generated levels, RPG-like player progression and over 50 different enemies to fight. So that’s nice.
In all fairness, the game is a pretty impressive effort, not like we would expect anything less from Elbert of course. His policy with Paradox Exit is one that is best described with the words of the ladies of the night, “me love you long time” – for the innocent, that means the game will come with continuous development and updates post-release.
“I pledged to my users that I will make substantial updates and improvements to this game as it goes along, as this game has a huge potential to morph into something better, stronger and faster!”
The above is what Elbert told us recently, but you should also check out what he told us a long time ago in an interview we conducted last year, read it here.
You can download Paradox Exit for your Windows Phone for free from the equivalent marketplace, just click here to go there.
More information on Paradox Exit can be found on the game’s official section on Elbert’s website.