Would you mind? Apr 8, 2013 @ 11:32am
Yes it is!/Yes you should!/Yes I would!
'Nuff said.
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Crix Apr 8, 2013 @ 11:39am 
Yes it is worth it

Yes you should buy it

Should I get this? "Yes I would!" lol <I don't know about that one. Help me out.

Although I bought this when it was 2.49 if I remember back in the winter/holiday sale.

That was before it was on Steamworkshop though so It might never go that low again.
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Tildy Apr 8, 2013 @ 12:00pm 
Is this game turn-based? This is a deal-breaker for me. If it's real-time I will not buy it, but if it is turn-based I will buy it now.
Would you mind? Apr 8, 2013 @ 1:11pm 
Yes I would recommend it! :D

It is real time, Tildy.
Sublime Apr 8, 2013 @ 1:27pm 
Originally posted by Tildy:
Is this game turn-based? This is a deal-breaker for me. If it's real-time I will not buy it, but if it is turn-based I will buy it now.
Why is it deal breaker if it's in real time? Trust me, it's not worth it to skip the game over that, combat system is very good (apart from casting spells, which could use some work).
My_Left_Nut Apr 8, 2013 @ 1:28pm 
i wouldn't say real time or turn based, but a mix of both. I would say the ATB system found in final fantasy. After you attack you have to wait a bit.
Tildy Apr 8, 2013 @ 1:38pm 
To answer your question: real-time rushes me and acts as a UI barrier which artificially limits my ability to control the game as I wish. I want enough time to press and click the correct buttons to instruct the game to perform my desired actions. In real-time games I am limited by the speed with which I can perform the required physical actions.

More on this topic can be heard in this interview and meeting between the XCOM: Enemy Unknown lead and the original XCOM lead (youtube link follows). http://youtu.be/z8zZsecTRfM
DariusRaider Apr 8, 2013 @ 1:40pm 
Absolutely worth it.

And yes attacks have a cooldown, but the game is real-time.
Mr. Stimpson Apr 8, 2013 @ 2:22pm 
Very worth it. Pick it up while it's on sale guys. The modding community is great.
Crix Apr 8, 2013 @ 5:08pm 
Originally posted by Tildy:
To answer your question: real-time rushes me and acts as a UI barrier which artificially limits my ability to control the game as I wish. I want enough time to press and click the correct buttons to instruct the game to perform my desired actions. In real-time games I am limited by the speed with which I can perform the required physical actions.

More on this topic can be heard in this interview and meeting between the XCOM: Enemy Unknown lead and the original XCOM lead (youtube link follows). http://youtu.be/z8zZsecTRfM

and I would say.. "cool story brah" good bye.
Sublime Apr 8, 2013 @ 5:10pm 
Originally posted by Tildy:
To answer your question: real-time rushes me and acts as a UI barrier which artificially limits my ability to control the game as I wish. I want enough time to press and click the correct buttons to instruct the game to perform my desired actions. In real-time games I am limited by the speed with which I can perform the required physical actions.

More on this topic can be heard in this interview and meeting between the XCOM: Enemy Unknown lead and the original XCOM lead (youtube link follows).
I really don't see how's that a problem unless you have some sort of handicap, in which case it's justified. Other than that, you must have some really bad reaction times to demand from games to be turn based.
Sublime Apr 8, 2013 @ 6:37pm 
Originally posted by The King Possum:
how is this game? I made a thread trying to have people compare it to TES but ran across people that could tell me nothing really and one rude person. so how is game play, graphics, story mode, play control? is there a game out there that you could compare this game to, in order to help me decide if I want it or not? rude people need not respond, thanks for the help.
Story is nothing special, but everything else is great. The game looks and sounds nice and gameplay is awesome, balanced between combat and puzzles. There are plenty of secrets too. Similar games are Dungeon Master and Lands Of Lore. Sorry that I don't have other examples, Grimrock is the only dungeon crawler I played (and I really enjoyed it).
Kooler O'Connor Apr 8, 2013 @ 6:58pm 
Yes it worth!
Crix Apr 8, 2013 @ 7:05pm 
Originally posted by The King Possum:
how is this game? I made a thread trying to have people compare it to TES but ran across people that could tell me nothing really and one rude person. so how is game play, graphics, story mode, play control? is there a game out there that you could compare this game to, in order to help me decide if I want it or not? rude people need not respond, thanks for the help.


Explore a vast network of ancient tunnels, discover secrets and find a way to survive in the perilous dungeons of Mount Grimrock.
Cast spells with runes, craft potions with herbs and fight murderous monsters with a wide variety of weaponry.
Create a party of four characters and customize them with different races, classes, skills and traits.
Pure blooded dungeon crawling game with grid-based movement and thousands of squares riddled with hidden switches, pressure plates, sliding walls, floating crystals, forgotten altars, trapdoors and more.
Includes the following digital extras: a beautifully crafted game manual, Legend of Grimrock world map, custom made grid paper, Grimrock theme music, art sheets illustrating foul creatures of Grimrock, and Almost Human team photo.

Graphics are shown in the screenshots, play control is explained in the features sections which I copied and pasted for you incase you missed it :). "grid based movement". Meaning you move from square to square with directional turns with either the mouse or "q" and "e" keys. Gameplay is shown in the video and videos on YT which you "said" you've watched. Maybe comparable the older TES games but your other thread says TES III, TES IV, and TESV. Completely different, but Arena and Daggerfall is free roam this is more of a puzzle, and grid based movement as shown in videos you said you watched. TES has a much more in depth story and completely night and day difference still good but if you really want to know more about LGR's story go here.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legend_of_Grimrock I know you are asking about this early but why make a thread about it when you could've found all your answers by watching the videos you said you watched and simply typed in Legend of Grimrock in Google and read the main Plot without spoilers? Anys hope this helps.
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Tildy Apr 8, 2013 @ 10:50pm 
Originally posted by Mongoose:
you must have some really bad reaction times to demand from games to be turn based.
You misunderstand. I'm not demanding anything.
I prefer the challenge in a game to come from the game itself rather than from the interface between the player and the game, to put it simply.

An extreme example of a game's challenge existing primarily in the interface would be fighting games like Street Fighter. On the other end of the spectrum you have pure turn-based games that allow an indefinite amount of time for interfacing. In most cases this largely removes interfacing from the game's challenge.
Sublime Apr 9, 2013 @ 3:16am 
And why do you want to play games on only one end of the spectrum? You're missing out a lot of excellent games because of it.
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