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Grimoire: Heralds of the Winged Exemplar

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After more than 20 years of development, the greatest roleplaying game of them all is finally ready for release! Grimoire is an homage to the classic dungeon blobbers and is inspired by Wizardry, Might & Magic, Lands of Lore, Anvil of Dawn, DungeonMaster and the Eye of the Beholder games!

  • 600 hours of play possible in a single game
  • Lush Colorful 2D Hand Drawn Artwork
  • Retro style MIDI music and 8 bit sound effects
  • 244+ Maps in the game to explore!
  • Turn-Based strategic combat
  • Multiple Beginnings, Multiple Endings
  • 144 context sensitive magic spells
  • 14 races, 15 professions, 50 skills
  • 64 intelligent NPCs with 8000+ Words in Vocabulary
  • Full Sentence Communication with NPCs
  • 240+ monsters each with special powers and defenses
  • 1000+ items, Carry Containers, Global Party Inventory
  • 30 conditions, from Confusion to Disease & Lycanthropy
  • Automapping, Autowalking, Autohealing
  • Global Map Atlas With Position Marker
  • Quest Journal, Hint Prompting, Help Facility, Mini-Quests
  • Complex LockPicking Interfaces for Doors & Chests
  • Challenging Puzzles and Rich Interactive Dungeons
  • Browsable Character Library for up to 100 characters
  • Up to 12 Commented Postage Stamped Savegames
  • Multi-themed GUI and customizable screen layouts
Release date
Cleveland Mark Blakemore
Golden Era Games
Age rating
0+ Everyone

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Windows GDI
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Windows Media Compatible
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Windows GDI
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Windows Media Compatible
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Grimoire: Heralds of the Winged Exemplar reviews and comments

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This game is a problem cause devs are not open for users probs so if u wanne ve good time for 8 bucks buy it but u wont get far cause information in the community is not to be taken seriously this game wont work for normal people only for the devs server.information avaible only receivable outside from steam.manual over 200 sides walkthrough wikipedia but alway tried to inform the user not too much.the weakpoint is if there it is is that theres nothing more then levelling up ur team but at the centoph crypt it is revealed that all was useless.. 40 hours so far.. i cant recommend it at the moment and i dont cee a light for the future
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Microsoft from Deutsch
To put it in advance, "I'm totally in nostalgia hype!" For this Reason, my Judgment is probably not meaningful. I'm totally happy with this Game. It's my personal Successor to Wizardry 7. If You like Games like that, watch it. Can return it within 2 Hours. Or play the Demo. Is reportedly found somewhere on the Net. As an old Might & Magic and Wizardry Veteran, this Game is a special Experience for me. I'm 40 By now, but I feel like a Teenager every Time I dive into this Game again. This Game is certainly not to everyone's Taste-but it's no different with Liquorice either! You love it, or you hate it. There is no such thing in Between. At least not if you're after the Steam thumbs. The Price? If I only Reach half of my estimated Playing Time with it, I would have to transfer extra Money to the Developer afterwards. Other Than that, I would feel like I cheated on him. If you like, you can get some Impressions in my Let's Play: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBnamzB_SB0
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I'm really positively surprised not to say almost overwhelmed. For so many Years someone has once again managed to successfully continue a Top Title like Wizardry 7, to Cloning. Heralds of the Winged convinces me with its Variety of Breed Classes ... To give a few Examples where you see a Giant who has the Ideal class for a Barbarian, or a Dinosaur as a Warrior who has bonus also swimming + Acid Spiting and still a Barrower (so ne Art Tunnel Tomb) who then also called Profession Blacksmith and Weapons Construk Learn for the easy can Madness. Something like that I've always wanted! On the Technology: Yes, there are a few small Problems with the Screen Resolution, but after reading a little in the Grimore Steam Forum are easy to solve. Otherwise, everything Impeccably works at least with Me and you have a little bit of the Comfort of Modern times with Automap ... To Story: It is told thrillingly and has some nice Twists and turns what I can see so far (I'm unfortunately not far) On Diversity: The Number of Races Class Opponents ... Speak for themselves and are in itself a House Number. Conclusion: Grimoire fascinates me because it revives the Feeling of the old Classics for me, It blends impeccably into Games like Wizardry 7, Might and Magich 4-5 and stimulates the Fantasy in the right Places. Those who like to get sucked into a Fantasy World of the old Days are not so important in the Graphics but story and Character Development is just right here.
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