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Legend of Grimrock

Legend Of Grimrock review

Remastering The Dungeons

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11 months ago

Feature: The Loose Canon

Best PC games of all time

There are more wonderful games being released on PC each month than ever before. In such a time of plenty, it's important that you spend your time as wisely as possible. Thankfully, we're here to help. What follows are our picks for the best PC games ever made.

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2 years ago

Feature: The Final Picks

Our Steam Sale Picks, Round 3!

We're coming to the end of the Summer Steam Sale so chances are you've picked up the things you'd already got your eye on, but there are always games that sneak under the radar or come from genres you might usually ignore. That's why we've put together our final recommendation list. Here's a whole list of things we love and why we think they're worth…

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3 years ago

Feature: Pen and paper at the ready

The Witness And The Joy Of Note-Taking

Inspired by recent experiences with The Witness' [official site] puzzles, Robert Zak has been reminiscing about the art of note-taking while playing games. From graph paper for dungeon crawlers to suspicions and clues for Her Story [official site], many genres are represented, with only the noble pen and paper to hold them together.

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Feature: Living on the grid

Party Games: From Dungeon Master To Grimrock 2

I rearranged all of my furniture yesterday so that I could play a game and it's not even a game with a stonking great dancemat or waving and waggling control scheme. I've been dungeon crawling. This weekend, the stars aligned and I finally sank around fifteen hours into one of the big games waiting in my backlog. If I'm being honest, I shouldn't look to…

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6 years ago

Level Gaze: Grimrock’s Map Editor Is Looking Fantastic

Wow. I always thought Legend of Grimrock would be a natural fit for a map editor, but - given that it's a smaller project in a fairly cutthroat genre - I worried that it'd turn out to be prohibitively complicated for everyone except rocket scientists and RPS readers. Almost Human's released a video of the almost-complete Dungeon Editor in action, though, and it actually seems…

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Next For Grimrock: Map Editor, Some Form Of Expansion

In our never-ending quest to be a one-stop shop for dads of John Walker the world over, we are utterly dedicated to fetching whatever news-flavored scraps may fall from Almost Human's table. Sometimes, it gets a bit weird - like when I was pretty sure mashed potatoes were news. Well, sure enough to take them, anyway. This time, though, I think I've come across a bit…

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Feature: One Father's Adventures In YouTube Walkthroughs

A Dad In A Dungeon: The Final Part

Dentist by day, dungeoneer by night, John's dad Hugh has reached the very bottom of Legend Of Grimrock's mountain prison. In the final part of this series, he meets dinosaurs, floaty wizards, checks out walkthroughs, and stumbles upon a rather big baddie. Obviously this edition contains slight spoilers for the end of the game.

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The Legend Of Grimrock Has Reached Level 1.1.4

Oh, the terrible weight of expectation. How can I possibly live up to or surpass the gimmick in my last Legend of Grimrock post? Well, unless I somehow created an HTML maze that you had to solve in order to find the details about the new Grimrock patch now being out and containing some unexpected bonus goodies, I just can't. So I'm just going to…

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7 years ago

Feature: A Father's Legend Of Grimrock Diary

A Dad In A Dungeon: Part Two

In the second part of my dad's adventures in Legend Of Grimrock (you can read part one here) we learn why my dad never goes anywhere in games and takes three million years to finish them. We also learn that he's putting off writing about the bit where he got stuck and had to have me do it for him. To the dungeons!

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The Riches And Patches Of Grimrock

Happiness is a cold, dank dungeon filled with traps, giant poisonous spiders and not enough food. Legend of Grimrock has proved to be a welcome and surprisingly modern-feeling bearhug from dungeoneering's past, and as well as being such a source of joy for old men like me it's also proven profitable for devs Almost Human. "The development costs of the game have now been covered…

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Feature: One Father's Legend Of Grimrock Diary

A Dad In A Dungeon: Part One

Legend Of Grimrock is out today, and we enormously recommend you get it. In fact, John was so fondly reminded of playing Dungeon Master with his dad, 25 years ago, that he decided to get his dad to play it too. Hugh Walker, dentist and life-long gamer, begins the diary of his experiences below.

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You Could Be Playing Dungeon Master Right Now

With Legend Of Grimrock coming up soon, my thoughts turned back to the original Dungeon Master. Released in 1987, a year I mostly spent aged 9, it was for me one of the most defining games of my childhood. Smart, enormous, and terrifying, it was such a stride forward for gaming. But I was pretty certain getting it working on a Windows 7 box was…

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Feature: And what a legend it has to live up to

11 Things I’m Looking Forward To In Legend Of Grimrock

Legend Of Grimrock is out in a couple of weeks, via Steam and GOG.com, and anticipation is building. A game that harks back to the glory days of FTL's Dungeon Master is something many would like to get their hands on. Get my hands on it I have, and after spending a little time with some pre-release code, I'm excited to confirm it really does…

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Good Old Games Gone: Relaunches As GOG.com

Good Old Games is gone. But GOG.com continues on. In light of their starting to take orders for more recent games, the words are gone from their name and only the acronym remains. This comes alongside their new frontpage, the news that they'll be aiming to add three games a week instead of two, an improved downloader, and the addition of The Whispered World, Trine,…

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It Grimrock No Bozo, It Gold

"Everybody at the office is totally jazzed up and we really can’t keep in our pants much longer." Almost Human, you sicken me. Surely there's a less sexy way of declaring that much-anticipated indie first-person dungeoneering RPG Legend of Grimrock has gone gold? Gold as in 'finished.' I do share their excitement, however, even if it's evidenced by my brain rather than my under-trouser parts.…

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April Showers Bring Grey Towers: Legend Of Grimrock

It could be that grid-based dungeon crawler Legend of Grimrock actually takes place entirely in dungeons, what with being at least somewhat related to Dungeon Master, but maybe there will be a tower. Maybe. Whatever the case, the game which has caused me to nostalgically divide my house's floorspace into equally sized squares finally has a release date. Early April. That's not actually a date,…

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Dungeon Mastery: Legends Of Grimrock

Oh my goodness, I'm having Dungeon Master flashbacks of purest/purist happiness. Thank you to reader Mikko-Pentti for pointing us toward Finnish indie project, Legend Of Grimrock. Developers Almost Human Ltd. have just released their first in-game video (below), and it has me clawing at the screen. Tile-based, first-person Dungeon Master-style gaming, but with gorgeous shiny graphics. I want it. I want it now.

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