Average Playtime: 3 hours

Chevo Lurker: Exodus

Add to
My games
Add to
Save to

Click to rate



In the land of Zyorzia monsters roam out from all corners of the world. Our hero needs to vanquish these enemies the best way he can. Gaining fortune and fame and using said fortune to continue on the struggle. To restore light to the world once again!
  • Level Up~
  • Traditional RPG Battle Engine~
  • Venture in the land of Zyorzia~
  • Inventory & Skill System~
  • 5000 Achievements~
Perverse Games
Perverse Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7,8,10
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ Duo
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: onboard
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
  • OS: Windows 7,8,10
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ Duo
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: onboard
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
Edit the game info
Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

Where to buy


Top contributors


1 edit
Spend 2 seconds in game
Spent another 2 seconds in game
view all achievements
1 items

Chevo Lurker: Exodus reviews and comments

Like Achievement Lurker: Respectable Accomplishment, this “game” only exists for the achievements. No story, one lazy world map to explore and lots of useless RPG fights.
Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
"Chevo Lurker: Exodus" Is not a game, it is a holiday! No, not a holiday, and even a celebration! LAZINESS Celebration! When I played this game, I realized that my level of laziness was far from reaching the limit. If laziness was an Olympic sport, the author of the game would occupy one of the first places! The First thing that distinguishes the game-the number of achievements. It's cool. Any lazy can Get them. Just run and leave the game, the Achivki themselves fall. Very Progressive, considering that laziness is the engine of progress. The Author keeps his style. Achivki for lazy from a bummer. All 5000 are with the same icon and name. Further for those who are not as lazy as the author of the game, and will think to play this "the Triumph of LAZINESS". The Minimum plot is present: «The Earth Zyorzia flooded monsters. Our hero must defeat the enemies and return the light to the world... " The Rest you have to think about yourself. The Gameplay emphasizes the style of "LAZINESS Triumph" once again. A Small map of the country Zyorzia is marked on two screens. On It for beauty there are several locations-buildings that can not be visited. They are purely for the view. A couple of buildings are sellers who can buy weapons, armor and cones. It's Funny that they can't sell anything, although the inscription "SELL" is present. This is not critical, because they have nothing to sell: except that you can buy from these sellers, in the game nothing falls! In battles give only experience and money. There is no Luta in the game! And besides these same-type battles in the game there is nothing! As Far as I understand, this "LAZINESS Celebration" on "RPG Maker" invites us to run endlessly on these two screens and fight monsters, of which nothing but money does not fall. We Also get experience, but there is no sense in it, as in the game itself. Game KA would hint: "Why strain and play? You better lie down! " Inspiring game. So I want to follow the example of the author-to lie down and do nothing. I even spit for that hint. Lying and doing nothing is one of my favorite activities. It is a Pity that it is not possible to devote more time to this. Let the author keep The great Ancient Egyptian God of peace and tranquility of Dunuans. In Our times laziness has been transferred to the status of merits, it is exalted, it can be proud! On This topic was such a joke:-Prikini, this fool, not to wash the plates, puts on them cellophane bag before the meal, then shoots and throws in the Trash, and all! And it is not necessary to wash a plate...-Look, he's a genius!
(This is copied from my Steam review.)

Store screenshot #3 has half of the monsters in the game in it, while store screenshot #5 has 100% of the dialogue. Or, for a different way of putting it, you get an achievement every 2 seconds, and by the time I was convinced I saw everything in the game, I had 295 achievements.

Look, if you want to buy 5000 achievements for $2, you do that, but I'm going to think it's dumb.
«Waste of time»
«Ugly as my life»
read more