by Neo Berserker
Short story driven platformer adventure. [More]
To download this game for your Linux/Mac installation, enter this on your command line:

DreamDownload byond://NeoBerserker.Exilio##version=2

Emulator users, in the BYOND pager go to File | Open Location and enter this URL:


Version 1.1
Date added: Dec 7 2013
Last updated: Jan 12 2014
Last played: Oct 1 2017
4 fans
Exilio is short story driven a platformer game made almost completely by myself.

It is possible that you may encounter bugs or glitches due to the amateur programming. So in case something wonky happens you can restart to the last check point by pressing "R".

Special thanks to:

-Forum_acc, for his keyboard and sidescroller library.
-Some sounds taken and edited from freesound.org.
-Ismel01, for helping me with the background music.
-Emoless for playtesting.


Neo Berserker: (Dec 14 2013, 3:32 pm)
Yep it is meant to be hard, or else it wouldn't feel as rewarding IMO, once you beat it you'll come out a more skillful player (Yes i know it can get a little frustrating, I've beaten it countless times myself). And no, i wasn't really inspired by Limbo but the atmosphere i went for might feel similar? maybe.
Hoosha: (Dec 14 2013, 3:01 pm)
Is this supposed to be a homage to that Limbo game? This is soooo addictive and not in the good way. In the 'GRR this is so frustratingly annoying and I'm not going to give up until I finish this entire sh*tty game >.< *spits way. >.< Grr
Magicsofa: (Dec 11 2013, 2:04 pm)
Glad to hear it :) I also found the side-damage a little annoying so I think you are right to change it
Neo Berserker: (Dec 11 2013, 5:28 am)
Yess that actually did the trick and it was a simple fix.

Also i've fixed a few other bugs but i still have to fix the spikes because those do unintended damage from the sides.
Magicsofa: (Dec 11 2013, 2:50 am)
Maybe you could try spawning the player in the air instead of directly on the ground. It could be killing two birds with one stone by eliminating the bug while providing a nice "drop-in" effect. On the other hand it might be a hack way to avoid the problem without actually solving it. But there might not be much else you can do other than messing with the sidescroller library...