Grim Tales: Graywitch
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Elephant Games proudly presents the newest installment of the Grim Tales series!

While researching her family’s history, your relative was pulled back in time! It’s up to you to travel into the past to find her, but it won’t be easy. There’s a mysterious monster on the prowl and the town’s history remains a mystery. Can you uncover the identity of the monster and rescue your friend in time? Find out in this exhilarating hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 790 MB

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Grim Tales: Graywitch is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not as good as most in this series. Didn't feel like a Grim Tales game. I own every game in this series and have enjoyed them all. The original games to me were far better than the last 3 we've been given. The game, Graywitch does not feel like a Grim Tales game. While the story still revolves around the dysfunctional Gray family, Graywitch lost that magical Grim Tales touch! Elephant as always brings us beautiful scenery and graphics, haunting music and some innovative games the rest is the same ole, same ole, find an amulet or key to open this, to find another amulet, figure or key to open that! Hidden object scenes have been made too easy, just leaving things lying out in the open like that! Everything just gets somewhat boring and repetitive! I actually never fully grasped the storyline until the end and even then I was like what? I don't know if they didn't fully expand on the story throughout the game, or I was just not fully paying attention. All that being said I still enjoyed the game for the most part. I loved having father dear appear from time to time and helping me out by giving me things. I love the sound of his voice and I found him to be quite attractive lol. It was a decent way to spend some time. I played it while also playing another older game Loves Chronicle a Winters Tale which was fabulous and truly a 5-star game so this game in comparison just fell short. It fell short of its predecessors too, Grim Tales: The Wishes and The Vengeance are still 2 of my very favorite games, Bloody Mary was also terrific! I do recommend this game but don't expect the feel of Grim Tales game because it's not there.
Date published: 2017-07-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Grim Tales: Graywitch I don't usually write a review, but when I finish a game in a couple of hours I must say...Waaayyyy Tooooo Short.
Date published: 2017-03-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from So why am I not purchasing this game? For one thing, who was the blue ghost with the tattoo on his forehead and the obviously electronically-altered voice who kept appearing and handing me helpful items? If there was any explanation, it zipped right past me. But if he's so smart and has all these helpful items, why doesn't he just go find her? And why is she in the distant past? Wait! Who am I looking for? I forget. For another thing, there's yet another silly gadget... some kind of "she-was-here energy detector/ collector" provided by the ghost. Again, given that he seems to know everything and has this gadget, why am I looking for her? HOS, puzzles, and mini games were all the usual thing, though in one HOS during the demo, the objects were so well hidden and/or so dark, I needed multiple hints to find them. There was one really beautiful thing, and that was the music! If I could, I would buy the music without the game. In spite of the things I found silly or annoying that contributed to my decision not to purchase it even on sale, I do think it's a worthy game with imaginative graphics and a storyline that others may be able to follow better than I.
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not spectacular I love the grim tales series so was disappointed with this one. It did not offer anything new and storyline did feel a bit 'deja vue'. Give it a try tho, you may disagree!
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Been there, done that! If the opening sequence of this game seems familiar to you, it should be! It is just so obviously a take on the reanimation scene in Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein' novel. Nothing new at all —we've been there and done that in other games. Then we find a locked van, a squirrel holding the key, and a handbag which you need a missing emblem for it to be unlocked. I'm not going to offer a 'Spoiler Alert' because none should be needed —find the emblem, open the bag, get the nuts to feed the squirrel, take the van key. Again, nothing new, been there and done that. I could go on and on but, I'm sure, you've already got it that this is just another in the long line of disappointing games on offer from Big Fish this year. On the (only) positive side, the graphics and sound are fairly well done. I usually play a demo game up to its time limit, but not this one. Less than ten minutes in, I quit the game and hit the uninstall button.
Date published: 2017-03-03
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