The true meaning of the word fear... Once upon a time, fairy tales were valuable cautionary yarns filled with dire warnings and sage advice. However, over time, the stories have become so watered down with cute woodland creatures and happy endings that they have lost their true meaning and purpose. No more!
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Acheter Grimm Season One

Inclut les 8 articles suivants : Episode 1 - A Boy Learns What Fear Is, Episode 2 - Little Red Riding Hood, Episode 3 - The Fisherman and His Wife, Episode 4 - Puss in Boots, Episode 5 - The Girl Without Hands, Episode 6 - Godfather Death, Episode 7 - The Devil and His Three Golden Hairs, Episode 8 - Beauty and the Beast

Acheter Grimm Season Three

Inclut les 7 articles suivants : Episode 17 - The Frog King, Episode 18 - Jack and the Beanstalk, Episode 19 - Mulan, Episode 20 - Pinnochio, Episode 21 - Sleeping Beauty, Episode 22 - The Adventures of Thumbling, Episode 23 - Snow White

Acheter Grimm Season Two

Inclut les 8 articles suivants : Episode 9 - The Master Thief, Episode 10 - The Singing Bone, Episode 11 - King Midas, Episode 12 - Cinderella, Episode 13 - The Golden Goose, Episode 14 - Iron John, Episode 15 - The Pied Piper, Episode 16 - A Christmas Carol

 

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The true meaning of the word fear...

Once upon a time, fairy tales were valuable cautionary yarns filled with dire warnings and sage advice. However, over time, the stories have become so watered down with cute woodland creatures and happy endings that they have lost their true meaning and purpose. No more! This is American McGee's Grimm, and Happily Ever After ends now!

Experience an incredible adventure built around the world's best-known fairy tales. As Grimm, you will transform the classic tales of Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, and more of your favorites into darkly twisted Grimm versions of themselves in 23 episodes. Each game episode is centered around one of the world's best-known fairy tales and provides 30 minutes of gameplay. Each episode is a complete, standalone experience and the episodes can be played in any order.

Configuration requise

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista / XP / 7
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz Single Core Pentium Processor
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia 6200+ or equivalent video card with 128MB Video RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows Vista / XP / 7
    • Processor: 2.0+ GHz Dual Core Processor or 3GHz Single Core
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA 7600+ or ATI x1300+ Video Card
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 15 février
Grimm est un jeu en 3D acidulée vous proposant de transformer d'ennuyants contes pour enfant en de, sinon délectables, au moins divertissants, cauchemars putrides. Sorte d'anti-Dustforce avec un troisième axe, vous pouvez vous balader dans de niveau en niveau en répandant charogne et moisissure sous vos pas, et en réalisant des charges-cul (traduction libre de bump stomp) à la Mario pour un effet un poil plus efficace. Et... C'est tout.

Ce jeu - pardon, cet épisode - est répétitif, et mis à part le côté narratif pas trop mauvais, bien que pas formidable, on n'y fait rien d'autre que de se balader ; éventuellement ramasser l'une ou l'autre piécette cachée par-ci, faire exploser un petit animal par là - dont de petits enfants, les frustrés de Skyrim apprécieront -, seuls les aficionados de 100 % peuvent apprécier de visiter chaque petit recoin de chaque niveau pour avoir le score maximal.

On dit souvent qu'il ne faut pas rester sur une mauvaise impression. On dit aussi que la première impression est souvent la bonne. Pour un jeu terminé poussivement en une petite heure, et gratuit de surcroît, je ne puis que vous recommander de l'essayer par vous-même.
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5 personne(s) sur 6 (83%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 20 mai
Please note that I have only played Episode 1 (it's free) so far.

Caution: Despite the cute graphics this game is NOT for children! There is hanging, people getting blasted to bits, getting burned on a pyre and more.

The episodes are standalone stories with each of a playtime of around 30 minutes. The gameplay and controlls are very easy to pick up. You play as Grimm, whose goal it is to make everything around him nasty and turn happy people into rotten ones. You do this by simply walking around. As you do that your stink power will grow and allow you to turn bigger and bigger objects into smelly ones and later even the people. But you have to be careful, the good people are out to clean up your mess.

The game is well animated and the voice-acting fitting. The only problem I encountered was repeatedly getting temporarily stuck on invisible objects and borders.

The creators have repeatedly stated that because they no longer have access to the game source they will not add achievements to this game. This also means that there will be no further episodes added or problems fixed (smoothing out objects edges so as to not get stuck), so don't expect anything on that front.

All in all a really fun and easy game for teenagers and adults looking for a short break.
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Posté le : 27 février
The Grimm fairytales were actually a gruesome series of short stories. These were not suitable for children and many new editions were created that toned down the violence.

This series, I believe, reinvigorates the original stories published 200 years ago. The episode's are not true representations of the events but are pretty damn close.

the gameplay is extremely simple. You walk to areas of the map to "darken" the surroundings. occassionally you butt jump on a certain area to trigger the next part of the episode.

the cons - extremely simple gameplay remains unchanged from episode to episode, constantly changing the resolution for every new episode, no save spots, trying to remember what episode's you haven't started without uninstalling episodes you have completed as you go along

Not trying to detract, it's a good storytelling game. The visuals reminded me of tearaway but the gameplay is definately not as intuitive. Still, it's cheap...it's worth it.
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 22 mai
The basic gameplay loop isn't engaging. That's really what you should take away about Grimm. Aesthetically, the game is delightful, and while the direction it goes in storytelling is... bizarre, it's not bad, but the actual gameplay - which is a mix of Katamari Damacy with some extremely basic 3D platforming - bogs it down completely into a mess of repetition and tedium. Essentially they took the basic gameplay of Katamari, completely missed what made it good, and ended up with the mess that we see here.

Admittedly, even some of the later actual Katamari games managed to miss what made Katamari Damacy fun in places, but that hardly makes this excusable. Absent the progression provided by being able to pick up steadily larger objects, the entire game is just running around, watching things turn dark and dirty in your wake, and very occasionally jumping. It's incredibly dull, and it's a shame because everything else about this has potential.

There's been cases where I've stood up rather strongly for games that lack conventional gameplay, such as the excellent The Path, but this is a very different case from that. It's not that Grimm lacks gameplay in a traditional sense, it's that it has it and it's extraordinarily repetitive and unengaging. They could have just actually cloned Katamari in it's entirety and this would have been pretty damn great, but instead we ended up with this half-baked mess of a game. If there was any doubt, not recommended.

Also, while it's not a factor in this review, seriously guys - don't nag someone about the fact that they're playing the free episode when they own some of the paid ones. I have the entire series from a bundle and it's slightly annoying to get little nags in something that I spent money on and own.
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4 personne(s) sur 5 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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Posté le : 23 mai
This is a review of the first episode ONLY!

This game,Grimm, is an episodic game which its objective is to level up your dark-meter by turning everything around you dark or double jumping to cover more areas and butt stomp certain items to move on to the completion of the episode.

This game has a very nice story line and graphics, and simple controls but in my opinion that's simply what is good about this game. And the bad thing about this game is that it gets repetitive very soon into the game. I don't really have anything else to say since this is a review of the first episode, and the game hasn't interested me much in buying the other episodes. This is just my opinion and I advise you to check other reviews and not base if you buy it or not on one opinion.
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1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
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Posté le : 19 mai
Grimm is a game that I recommend because:
- is a method to banish boredom
- is a strategy game
- have trading cards
- is a free game

Enjoy!
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Posté le : 22 mai
Run around using WASD and double click to butt stomp, rinse & repeat is the game play.
After 10 mins the game has shown you everything there was to show. Net result = Dull.

The story telling is probably the best part but I could see myself tiring of that too - thankfully the entire episode is 30 mins so the game essentially ends before getting to absolute tedium.
I'm seeing people with Hours. I've absolutely no idea how that amount of time can be accumulated here.

I can't see myself buying the other episodes and on that basis it has to get a thumbs down.


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Posté le : 22 mai
Nice Game. Can be really addictive...
Need to buy the other 7 levels now...
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Posté le : 21 mai
Are you tired of happy endings?
Ever wanted to turn the world into a filthy wasteland with your butt?
Do you like hanging little children?

Well this is the game for you my twisted friend!

Grimm is a simple game. You will spend most of your time running around a cartoony fantasy land turning everything to pleasant into utter crap. You play as Grimm, a pee'd off little demon man who runs around surrounded by an AOE of grime. With basic platforming and a few "goal" npc's this game offers a simple and accessible "hop in and go" playstyle. The fun is not necessarily the act of running around, but in watching the morbid and often funny ways in which the world is changed. It isn't the most polished experience with a few minor clipping issues and a couple places to get stuck, but given the price-tag, its not really worth complaining about.

I would recommend you give this a shot if you're looking for a "Heroin Hero" game that is simple and will pass some time. You'll probably get a few cheap laughs out of it too :)
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Posté le : 24 mai
not bad
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Posté le : 25 décembre 2014
I've only played the first episode so far,and I really enjoy it ( i hope i can get the other episodes :p )
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Anyways, in this game you play as Grimm, a gross little imp-like man
your objective is to run around in fairy tales and trying to make everything dirty and nasty ( he wants to turn all Fairy Tales back to their gruesome originals ) in 23 different episodes ..
It's little repetitive but still enjoyable, it can give some nightmares to kids (LOL!). I think ..
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+ good cartoony graphics and great Quality.
+ great story.
+ sounds are pretty good and catchy.
+ cute animations.
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- simple and repetitive gameplay.
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Unravel and re-explore wonderful fairy tales as you turn them into a terrifying graveyards.
it's absolutely a great game and totally worth trying . 8/10
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Posté le : 21 mai
Cool Game and Free)
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Posté le : 20 mai
العبة حلوة

كأنك توسخ العالم بي الشر xD
العبة صراحة 100%
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Posté le : 30 septembre 2014
The Grimm est petit jeu indépendent assez fun.

Premièrement, ce jeu est basé sur un gameplay assez simple. Il faut entièrement rendre le décore maléfique. Pour cela il faut ce promener dans la carte. Pour rendre le jeu plus compliquer, certain personnage "nettoie" le décore. C'est pour cela qu'il faut détruire le plus de chose affin ded'augmenter une barre de puissance. Celle-ci, quand elle est assez remplie, permettra de contaminer les "nettoyeur". Ce gamplay est donc assez simple mais très amusant.

Deuxièmement, les graphismes enfantin du jeu donnent un certain charme à celui-ci. Il est haut en couleur et bien sur le but est qu'il soit sombre. Ceci fait, l'ambiance "maléfique" qui s'en dégage est assez amusant.

Cepandant, je ne peux critiquer l'histoire car celle-ci est en anglais et que je n'y comprend rien. J'essaie donc de déchifrer les cinématiques qui sont assez bien. Je ne pourais donc pas critiquer cette partie car je ne suis pas sûr de mon intèrprètation.

Voila c'est tout pour cette critique, merci de l'avoir lu, à plus et bon jeu.

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Posté le : 28 octobre 2014
Nul a chier , c'est du caca
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Posté le : 8 janvier 2014
Grimm (a.k.a American McGee's Grimm) was originally released on GameTap in weekly episodes, and is made by several of the same people who made American McGee’s Alice and Alice: Madness Returns, principle member being American McGee, obviously, but also the writer and one of the main voice actors - more on that later. The artstyle is very stylized and a bit silly, but quite lovely, and it fits the theme very well. The gameplay is simple, but satisfying; a somewhat detailed description of which is below.

The game stars a filthy, cynical, sadistic dwarf called Grimm (hence the name), who despises the trend of prettying up fairy tales for kids, and makes it his mission to return them back to their dark origins, or at least his own spin on their dark origins. Grimm, along with every other character in the game, is voiced by Roger L. Jackson, whom you may know as the voice of Ghostface (Scream films), Mojo Jojo (the Powerpuff Girls), the Cheshire Cat (McGee's Alice), Anton Sokolov (Dishonored), etc. etc. As such, despite being only one person, the voice acting is varied and top notch, if hammy, and is one of the highlights of the game, along with the well written dialogue and dark sense of humour. The game doesn't take itself very seriously, and it's all the better for that.

Grimm is made up of a series of self-contained episodes that take about half an hour to an hour to complete, each one based on a particular fairy tale, some well-known, others not so much. At the beginning and end of each episode you watch a puppet theatre narrated by Grimm, the first one being a cutesy and inoffensive version of the tale that he picks apart, the latter one being his own, nastier, gruesome take on the tale. These, as with all cutscenes, are skippable. Between these two are a series of levels or "scenes", based on the events of the tale, and it’s here where the meat of the game lies.

Gameplay-wise, the game is a fairly simple platformer but with a special mechanic; in every level Grimm has a circular aura around his person that can instantly change objects from their original sugary cuteness, to excessively dark and grotesque. The living creatures and people of the land (referred to as "cleaners"), valiantly try to stave off Grimm's corruption by converting objects back to their lighter selves. Their efforts are pretty much in vein, however, as Grimm can convert objects far more quickly than they do, so they function more as a nuisance than a real threat.

As Grimm converts more objects, he becomes more powerful, which is represented in-game by his "Dark-o-Meter". Gaining levels in the Dark-o-Meter gives Grimm a larger aura, allows him to jump higher and run faster, and most importantly, convert bigger objects and eventually the cleaners themselves, which renders them powerless. To progress through each level, Grimm must convert certain indicated objects to their dark equivalents, which usually requires filling up the Dark-o-Meter to a certain point. There is no fail state, and though Grimm can die through environmental hazards such as water, he respawns immediately and there is no penalty for dying, so playing through the game is a fairly straightforward and relaxed affair, though there are medals available for speedrunning levels, if you're into that sort of thing.

Some episodes spice things up by introducing powerups, and some levels are more platforming-heavy than others, but other than that the gameplay is pretty much the same throughout the series. One might think this could get boring fast (and for some it might do), but in my opinion it's kept fresh by the sheer variety of objects that can be converted. Every single character, object, and piece of the environment has a light and dark variant, and each episode has its own original setting which introduces a lot of new ones. Much of the fun comes from seeing how each new cutesy object/character warps into a twisted and disgusting parody of its former self (and if you manage to collect all the "secrets" hidden in an episode's levels, you can see the episode's Gallery, which allows you to look closely at light and dark variations of every object from any angle).

There's also something viscerally satisfying about the way Grimm converts things; as your power increases you may begin to feel like a perverse demigod as the land curdles all around you, and the fact everyone is powerless to stop you and you cannot be killed just adds to that. It's fun to look back at your handiwork at the end of each level and see how almost unrecognisable the land is from its former self.

As for the negatives, the gameplay is, as said, simple, and may be too much so for some people. The game was made quickly and on a budget, and it shows - the animation is often quite stiff and there's a certain lack of polish, but fortunately the artstyle makes this not too much of an issue, and it does improve somewhat as the series goes on. While the voice acting is good, it can get rather repetitive at times, as can the music, although each episode has a different soundtrack which prevents you getting too sick of it. Camera is serviceable but a little restrictive; I would have preferred to be able to look up and around a bit more to see things, as that's the focus of the game, though in the later episodes a new wider camera option is added that helps with that. The fact that it's in episodic format results in some oddities, such as later episodes having slightly more features, and settings (e.g. screen resolution) not being transferred between episodes, so you have to re-set them each time you play a new episode. Finally, there may not be a massive amount of replayability once you've been through each episode, unless you wish to get the timed medals and/or find every secret. None of these negatives have been a major problem for me, though.

So, to sum up, if you're only looking for deep, strategic and/or very difficult gameplay, this game probably isn't for you. If you'd enjoy a more laid-back experience that you can dip in and out of, enjoy black humour, and perhaps have a passing interest in fairy tales, you could do a lot worse than Grimm.
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Posté le : 6 janvier 2014
While the gameplay itself it very simple and repetative, I enjoy the theme and the story telling. Some of my favorite games and stories are darker "adult" versions of fairy tales. This is no exception. I expected no less quality from Spicy Horse.
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Posté le : 2 octobre 2014
A silly, disturbing game for the sadism in all of us.

You play as Grimm, if that wasn't obvious. A smelly, cynical dwarf who's deceptively immature with his love for purile humor and fart jokes. But he's actually intelligent, using complex words and even speaking Mandarin Chinese in one particular Fairytale.

You run around some famous (and some rather obscure) fairytales, your existence itself causing the world to become corrupt and rigid, all in the name of returning the fairytales to their rightful state. There's where one gripe of mine comes in. You don't actually turn things into how they were supposed to be. In the original Little Red Riding Hood, Red Riding Hood actually eats her own mother, that never happens in this game. You rather turn them into dark parodies, which kind of ruins the entire purpose.

Nevertheless, turning fairytales into dark, disturbing, and metal as hell wastelands is pretty entertaining. Theres an upwards of thousand of different object transformations to keep it from being stale. It even brings variations on the darkening to keep things especially fresh (Like in King Midas when you turn everything into gold).

The animations are very primitive, you can tell this was made on a budget. And the cleaners are the most annoying things you will ever encounter. But buy this game anyway, it's loads of fun for what it's worth. I hope to see a sequel...

May all our stories end so well! Until next time!
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4.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 15 février 2014
Once upon a time, on another game service far away, there lived a little episodic game series called American McGee's Grimm. It hailed from the once cheerful and joyous kindgom of Gametappington. The Kingdom of Gametappington however was overcome with a blight, and chaos soon took over, when the original king was slain, and the kingdom was soon taken over by the evil king Metaboli. Metaboli ruled with an iron fist, and took all the fun and cheer away from the once joyous kingdom of Gametappington. And with that, Grimm was locked away, soon to be long forgotten.

Well one day, a kingdom on the other side of the world, known as the kingdom of Steamtopia, ruled by our mighty lord Gaben, began amassing an army of indie titles under the recruitment orders of Sir Greenlight of Steamptopia. Grimm of the kingdom of Gametappington had escaped the clutches of the evil king Metaboli, and fled clear across the globe. Along his voyage to freedom, he worked for various traders to seek employment. But he had one goal in mind. Steamtopia. So he continued his trek to Steamtopia, seeking refuge as his endgame. And one day, he arrived at the gates. But he had to prove himsewlf worthy first. Sir Greenlight of Steamtopia saw potential in this little episodic trooper, and gave it a chance. But he let the citizens of Steamtopia decide its fate, much like all of its other soldiers of the Greenlight army. The citizens of Steamtopia liked this new Grimm. They welcomed him in with open arms. And henceforth it is with great pleasure to announce the forever citizenship of Greenlight Knight Grimm of Steamtopia!

Grimm is an episodic game series, much like another Gametap original you all know as Sam & Max Season 1, which has made it's way to Steam. It's a pretty nifty little title. Simple, yet adorably gruesome if that makes any sense. Each episode, which is covered over 3 seasons, with 23 episodes in total, starts out cute and innocent enough, but ends with some sadistic retellings of beloved tales from the brothers Grimm.

It is definitely a game intended for kids. But I would not go as far as saying little kids. there is blood, and there is gore. But it is no worse than what you may see on an episode of The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror, or any regular episode of Family Guy. But parents beware, you may want to check out the game first before letting any little ones play it. That said, it can still be enjoyable for adults. It does have some decent humor even we can enjoy.

The gameplay is simple. You control a warped and twisted version of Grimm, who is fed up with how cute the fairy tale stories have become, and he wants to give them a good kick in the rear with a dark and disgusting makeover. So each episode has Grimm walking around, jumping, and stomping chaos into everything. As he corrupts more of the area, his dark-o-meter fills up, and the more bars he gets, the wider the radius of his corruption becomes. There are some characters who will be immune to the dark corruption, but as more bars get filled, even they succumb to the darkness. But before they succumb, they can erase the darkness with their own small radius, as they walk around. But they are more of a small bother than a real threat, and can be easily worked around.

There is not really much challenge in any of the levels, and each episode can be beaten in roughly 30 to 45 minutes tops, even taking your time. With 23 episodes in total, that is not too bad of a full gameplay length. But don't expect any huge leaps in gameplay with each episode. It's pretty much, walk around, corrupt, and butt stomp! That said, this game is more for the humorous story retellings than anything else.

Each episode starts with a short cinematic showing the cute version of the fairytale, and ends with the newly improved dark and twisted version. You'll find retellings of such faiytales as Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Pinnochio, Snow White, and more.



All in all, worth the $9.99
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Posté le : 7 janvier 2014
I've only played the first two episodes so far, but I really am enjoying this (Ep 2: Little Red Riding Hood was pretty badass). The gameplay is simple and laid-back.. nothing is going to attack you (they just clean up behind your mess). You can only die by falling into chasms, water, or lava (and there is no penalty for death). It plays like De Blob + a Katamari game. The real treat is the story-telling. You begin each tale with a very sarcastic telling of the truthful version. Upon completion, you get to watch the disturbing retelling you created. Definately not for everyone, but you get a pretty good bit of content for $10.
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