To get a bit of relaxation after the last big battle of Grotesque Tactics 2: Dungeons & Donuts Holy Avatar decides to take a trip off-the-cuff with his Guild of Maidens on a Caribbean island, his recently purchased “Holy Island”. After a rather ungently arrival on the beach they made a gruesome discovery: numerous dead maidens, horribly mutilated, are scattered all over the path to the inside of the island. The Guild of Maidens is afraid that something horrible happened in the maidens camp on the island. Holy Avatar – secretly happy about this twist – is going to investigate what exactly happened with a part of his group, looking for new adven-tures, not knowing what kind of scale this disaster has already taken and what haz-ards are waiting for him and his companions inside the dense woods and caves… OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 Processor: 2,2 Ghz Dual-Core RAM: 2 GB RAM Graphics Card: nVidia GeForce 5 / FX / ATI Radeon 9500 Serie / ATI X700 or higher

MiniMimi says

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I'm addicted to turn based strategy games & already owned, played & enjoyed Grotesque 1 & 2 so I couldn't let this one pass :)
HAVTMOD have lush graphics, new enemies and fun dialogues, is bug free and the camera is not annoying as it could be in the previous episodes. Plus the trailer is top-notch. The game is easier than the previous ones so I had to switch the difficulty to hard to have a real challenge. The only real problem with that game is that the game is way too short; I finished it in approximately 5 hours and I'm a slow player!
Note: I would rate Grotesque 1 8/10 and Grotesque 2 6/10.

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