Stonechat Jul 13, 2013 @ 4:08pm
Is every playthrough the same? New Game +?
Is there a new game plus?
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MrKn4rz Jul 13, 2013 @ 7:13pm 
Not in the sense of increased difficulty similar to games like torchlight 2.

But there are three reasons that are even better:
1. You can play through it again in oldschool mode(No Map) or a harder difficulty if you had fun.
(Its getting way better at:)
2. You can set your own difficulty by playing in an unconventional way(4 mages) or using unorthodox skill builds.
(The main reason though is:)
3. This game includes a map editor and steam workshop integration so you have basically endless content to browse through and knock yourself out.

edit: (almost forgot:)
4. Toorum(find out for yourself...)

While for some games like Skyrim people prefer to avoid the workshop because of its limitations and instead use the Nexus, I cant tell you if this is also true for Grimrock.
But if you wanna be one the safe side you might wanna check out as well to weigh your options and maybe find mods that aren't available in one or the other site.

Thx I could help bro.
Stonechat Jul 13, 2013 @ 7:54pm 
Ah, alright.

I didn't even know there was a map -_-
Komag Jul 24, 2013 @ 3:15am 
Master Quest works much like a New Game + mode, with increased difficulty, changed puzzles, etc. And you can import your final original party to further their leveling up
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