Arcade game. It is another part of American McGee.s Grimm, which includes another fairy-tale about the Golden Goose. The tale consists of a boy, Dimwit, who is given a few scraps of food and sent off into the woods by his father to gather some firewood. He shares his food with a poor old man who, in exchange for Dimwit's kindness, points him to a tree beneath which can be found a golden goose. Because this is a fairy tale, the tasks are ludicrously difficult. It is Dimwit's retrieval of the golden goose, as well as how he goes about accomplishing the seemingly impossible tasks that is the focus of this Grimm episode. Rather than run around darkening everything, as is the series' de facto gameplay standard, most of the six available stages revolve around Dimwit's attempts to complete the king's difficult assignments.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
The atmosphere of the fairy-tale includes many great moments. The poor boy, old man, king and the princess in one situation, where one of the main heroes is goose, looks really substandard. Colorful surrounding and bright heroes makes the game so exciting. Stunning graphics brings cute animation, which helps to make game much more realistic. Also the sound helps to make the gameplay much more interesting and exciting. The frustrating detail is that twitchy movement and spotty jumping can make navigating the narrow beams and pipes overly difficult. All in all the game can excite you for long hours during which you can try to outwit the king.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
· Stunning Graphics
· Amusing Animation
· Awesome Special Effects
· Annoying voice-overs
Windows XP/Vista,Processor: Pentium 1.7 MHz,1 GB RAM,Free hard drive space: 500 MB,128MB VRAM
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