onlyhippies Aug 21, 2013 @ 1:37am
turn based
alot of people comepare this to the new m and m is this turn based
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Elgar Aug 21, 2013 @ 4:41am 
No, real time combat, but square by square moving.

Exactly like the old Dungeon Master or Eye of the Beholder, but maybe you are too young to know these games.

EDIT :

Wikipedia explains it well :
Legend of Grimrock is a first-person realtime action role-playing game. Players control a party of 1-4 characters which they move through a 3D rendered grid-based dungeon, a style of gameplay popular in action-RPG games from the 1990s such as Dungeon Master and Eye of the Beholder, from which Legend of Grimrock draws heavy inspiration.

Gameplay consists of a combination of puzzle solving and combat. Characters within the party gain experience for slaying creatures and beasts within the dungeon, allowing them to increase in level and progress skills which enhance combat abilities and allow the casting of new spells, and equipment is obtained through exploration and solving of puzzles throughout the dungeon. Many of the harder puzzles throughout the game are designed as bonuses, being optional to the progression through the dungeon but granting superior items and equipment for solving them.
Last edited by Elgar; Aug 21, 2013 @ 4:47am
Dr.Disaster Aug 22, 2013 @ 6:52am 
Originally posted by rondellhager70:
alot of people comepare this to the new m and m is this turn based
LoG is real time based and LoG 2 will be real time too. The delevopers toyed with the thought of going turn based but decided against it; doesn't produce the same look and feel.
VanGoghGaming Aug 26, 2013 @ 2:55pm 
Currently I am playing Legend of Grimrock and I love it. I am torn between the idea of real time fighting versus turn based. I really liked turn based in Might and Magic series because it gave you enough time to think your next move but on the other hand real time fighting keeps you on your toes!

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