Exit for DS this October

With new missions and levels.

Square Enix plans to bring DS puzzler Exit to Europe in October, packed with plenty more missions and levels.

The comic-style game puts you in the shoes of aptly-named escapologist Mr. ESC as he platforms through stages rescuing Lemming-like hostages from emergencies and leading them to safety.

According to Square Enix, the DS version's new content also includes stylus controls and Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection support, which has you uploading level-completion times to a leaderboard.

We rather liked Exit on both PSP in 2006 and on Xbox Live Arcade in late 2007.

Head over to our Exit DS gamepage for a video of the game in action.

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