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Written by Kunpo


Rated 4.82015 From 2,619 Votes
$ 0.00
  • Last Updated: 2019-08-31
  • New version: 1.2.11
  • File size: 79.89 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

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Exception; is an iPhone and Android Games App, made by Kunpo. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Kunpo, with the latest current version being 1.2.11 which was officially released on 2019-08-31. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 2,619 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.82015 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?


Exception is a game about AI programming. During the game, the player assists the units to defeat their enemies in the virtual world. However, the player needs to control the units by programming instead of controlling them directly. This is a challenging single-player game. In each level, the player needs to think about the strategy and program the units accordingly. The player needs to program different types of units to beat the level. ************************** In a virtual world where everything operates steadily under an omnipotent system, you will play the role of an operator named 159, who oversees and maintains the system. Nevertheless, there is no perfect system. You find an exception in the program one day. What is stranger is that the program made a request… You will discover the secret underneath this cyber world. ************************** [LEVEL SOLUTION] [WHEN] Success Rate = 100% [DO] Next level :D [WHEN] Success Rate ≠ 100% [DO] Optimize it :3 [/LEVEL SOLUTION] ************************** Contact us:support@kunpo.cc [Code monkeys change the world]

Top Reviews

  • Great Game


    By Fhdydhhegjihcfgdjdjcidb756
    This game is both challenging in fun. Some of the levels can be really hard, but others can be moderately challenging. I think level 20 was the hardest level so far, and if anyone is stuck on a level I advise taking a break and trying it again later. I think the developers should add a feature where you can program your bots to go directly to another bot, like how they can go to waypoints. This might already be a function, and I might not have unblocked it yet, and if it is, then nvm. Great game, thanks for reading.
  • Good concept, flawed execution


    By SurpriseFluffyKitty
    On level 12, you’re supposed to use distance detectors to move your bot to point C. It should be as simple as two “When [distance] do [move to the other point]”...but the robot keeps moving toward the same point you’re checking your distance (which shouldn’t happen since you’re moving away from the point when you’ve detected the particular distance). Soooo...I needed to send out a signal so that this dumb robot would actually move away and keep moving. But it’s not just this needless complication that’s the problem (a few other times it wasn’t clear exactly what the limits of your commands are); the game feels kind of barebones and doesn’t have anything else beside the existing levels. It’s neat, but needs more.
  • Love the game, programming does not work right.


    By RandomDalmascan
    If you give it commands it ignores them and goes to the next. If I set it to go to a location and not fire, then have the next line tell it to do something when it detects an enemy, such as fire, and it just sits at the start and fires randomly. It is just skipping the first line and ignoring the fact that it shouldn’t fire without enemies nearby. I took coding in high school and I understand the basics. I know I’m not getting the order messed up, unless the number one means that line goes last. Excellent concept though and I’ll continue despite my difficulties as I still love it. Playing on iPhone X so the phone isn’t the problem surely.
  • Maybe decent for people who want to learn programming


    By DJ Spicy Deluxe
    I’m a novice programmer with a very good feel for the logic behind programs. I have never worked with AI before and thought maybe this game could be a way to get my feet wet (and have some fun). I left with accomplishing either of those. First of all the programming is so basic that it hurts, required almost no actual problem solving. In terms of gameplay it was still awful because the programming is so bad. It’s basically tell the units to go here and shoot, legendary game dev Sid Meier called a game a series on meaningful choices, this is a series of meaningless choices. I give it a 3 out of 10, since it’s a cool concept. Only upside is that people who want to learn programming can learn how to think about programming (but BY NO MEANS will it teach you programming)
  • Basically an ad for the game


    By That gameguy
    Apple put this on its front page to advertise it. You get into the game and it has a good UI and feed back, good mechanics, nice game. Once you get to level 10, however, you will then need to either watch an advertisement (a video about something else) in order to continue and play the level, or buy the whole game. So effectively they(apple) will advertise this cash cow on their front page, try to get you hooked, and then spring the trap. If they wanted you to actually play the game they would’ve shown the “full game” version, but no. What we now have is a demo that you get suckered into downloading and after learning the mechanics you can give them money to have fun or waste time watching ads. No thanks, that’s a 1 Star from me for wasting my time, storage, and being deceptive.
  • A great game for most out there who are clueless but interested in programming, especially kids!


    By Art Wiafe
    This game is a fun take on intro programming theory. It in no way teaches you how to program AI, BUT that wasn’t the point, nor do the developers make that assertion. What this game does do is get’s you in a brain-space to help you think about how programming is done. If-Then loops, prioritisation, and theory crafting. A great game for most out there who are clueless but interested in programming, especially kids!
  • Meh


    By Gaso11
    I had high hopes when I saw this game, but it’s more “command organizing” than programming. First 10 levels will take you 5 mins and then it’s $3 to keep playing. Not worth it if it’s all going to be this easy. Disappointed by the lack of unit management and detailed programming. Maybe later on it gets more exciting, but I’m not willing to pay the $3 to be let down some more. Only reason this isn’t two stars is cause I really like the idea of being able to program my units, I just wish it was a little more fleshed out. A unique game, nothing really like this on the App Store.
  • Good game, deceptive release


    By geoelectric
    On one hand, this is a good game. On the other hand, I just realized the developer charged me for this game twice. The first time was when it was under [Exception] in February 2018. as a full $2 game with Family Share, etc. I bought and backlogged that, then forgot. That one was taken off the store and gets no updates. The second was this one under Exception; as a free game with the new hotness of using a $2 IAP in order to work around Family Share, in December 2018. It’s been cleaned up and updated a little, but it’s really just a later version of the above, same levels, etc. It looks like it was the same App Store seller, so not a case where the old publisher shut down and the new one came up. So I guess my advice would be that it’s a fun programming game, but be prepared to see it taken off the store and re-released as Exception?! so they can charge you again for the same game with another main menu reskin. Either the devs are scammers or have no respect for their paying customers.
  • Great Game


    By cherryYu0
    As a strategy game, it is a little bit difficult to begin with. You have to think about the logic between each action and somehow predict the enemy’s next step. But when you get used to this game, I bet you will enjoy it a lot. Just like the game description, this game is like real-time programming. I been playing for 15 minutes and currently at the level 8. Again, this is a really interesting game, not to mention that it is for free.
  • Nice job


    By Chief Dom
    I really like this game, the tutorial is effective even though it usually takes a few tries to nail stuff like multiple paths and so on. I like this type of game where it’s ultimately your fault if you lose but you learn as you fail. I would also be onboard with a multiplayer mode also because I think it would be interesting using the programming element as well as strategy but I’ll leave it to you guys to decide.

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