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  American McGee brings Grimm to Spicyworld
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02/08/2013
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

February 8 2013. Shanghai. Spicy Horse Games, makers of "Alice: Madness Returns," "BigHead BASH," and "Akaneiro: Demon Hunters" announced today that "American McGee's Grimm" is now available on SpicyWorld at http://spicyworld.spicyhorse.com/main/grimm.html

In "American McGee's Grimm," the player takes control of a dwarf named Grimm on a mission to turn the sweet fairy tales of today into the far-darker tales they were originally. Grimm spreads darkness wherever he goes using sophisticated moves like a butt-stomp, while the denizens of each fairy tale try to keep things as sickly saccharine as possible.

Originally released for Gametap, "American McGee's Grimm" features the unique dark fairytale aesthetic American and Spicy Horse are known for with a slyly subversive take on classic fairy tales, inverting the family-friendly stories known and loved to their far darker original incarnations.

All 23 episodes are now available for purchase and play on PC at http://spicyworld.spicyhorse.com/main/grimm.html for $1.30 per individual episode, $8 for Volumes of multiple episodes, or $20 for all 23 episodes.

For more information on Spicy Horse, visit http://www.spicyhorse.com/  

 
   
   
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