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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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  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
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Grim Tales: Graywitch is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Frankenstein Meets The Time Machine! So, in this game, one of Anna's newly found relatives decides to dig into the family's past and, OF COURSE, Anna has to use her powers to rescue her with a little help from her increasingly annoying father/skull. This story had elements of both Frankenstein and The Time Machine. I enjoyed going into the dark ages of Anna's family. It had a very authentic feel about it, with the plague masks and the apothecaries (except for the typewriter, which wouldn't have been around at that time). My remaining problem with these games is that they seem to get shorter each time. I had the pleasure of beta-testing this game and was really looking forward to it but it seems it was over before it had barely begun.
Date published: 2017-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dark & Foreboding, without being gruesome 2017 game. Loved the weird character interaction. Crisp, clear, natural looking graphics. Kept me interested all the way through. The puzzles are on the easy side in this game. Infact I found the whole game pretty straightforward to the extent that it did lack challenge and will for any seasoned player. It's still an excellent game though, and I found myself unable to stop playing. YOU PLAY MAINLY FOR THE ATMOSPHERE in this one. ( I recommend the SE, because I found the CE bonus game uninteresting in the CE.)
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ENJOYABLE I really enjoyed this game plus the bonus play.
Date published: 2017-03-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not a CE game When giving a review on a SE game, you have to go by the SE game. One person here gave a whole review on the CE. I read the CE wasn't worth getting. I loved this SE game. Loved the graphics and you'll enjoy it. I'll leave it at that and not blow the whole story line by giving it away. Enjoy. AND this is the SE version. If you want the review on the CE......go to the CE version of this game.
Date published: 2017-09-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ONE MORE TIME RICHARD AND IT IS TIME FOR YOU TO GO AWAY! Yes Aunt Gray, you are off to save yet another or your relatives as your niece finds herself in trouble in game number twelve of the Grim Tales series, Graywitch. While researching a distant relative, Victor Gray, Stacy disappears and it is up to you (with the help of your dearly departed and I might add annoying grandfather Richard) to save her. As the story unfolds, do you really want to know more about Victor Gray and his beloved wife? As is the case in games from the Mammoth, the graphics are excellent and crystal clear. Even those scenes that might be dark and dreary out of necessity are crisp and easy to see. The game offers the usual four modes of play, one of which is the custom mode where hints and skips recharge in a range of 15 to 90 seconds depending on your preference. Your tools include an interactive map. Richard is around to help you periodically and to give you items that you might need during your adventure. Since there are many other reviewers who provide every detail of a game, I am not going to duplicate their efforts. I will only say that I did find the HOPS and the puzzles quite enjoyable. There is variety found with both the HOPS and puzzles but I’ve seen it all before. With Graywich being game number twelve in the Grim Tales series, I am wondering if we see endless sequels because developers find it easier to include artwork and other details from the previous games or, perhaps, it might be Felix, who is demanding sequels to generate sales based on previous profitability. Whatever the reason, I think there should come a time when the developer or Felix realize that enough is enough. Even though I am personally over the edge with this series and wish it would take Richard and go to that game graveyard in the sky, I have to say that Graywitch is a terrific game and still enjoyable, more so for those who are new to the genre. So why did I give the game a high rating? Simply because, not everyone will be as tired of the series thing as I am, and the game is great, but just not for me. This developer knows how to tell a story and how to craft a top-notch game. Although I think the game is excellent, I am still on the fence about purchasing yet another sequel in the BFG library. It really is time for a “breath of fresh air” and some new ideas to grab those of us who have been HOPA addicts for years. As always, please try the demo because Grim Tales Graywitch might just be the game you love.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Oh How I Love Richard This is posted after playing the entire game. Yes, my buddy Richard appears again. I don't know why I like him so much, but I do. I look forward to his entry to belittle Anna and the banter between father and daughter is fun for me. Even though this is the same thing as so many games we have been offered, I did enjoy this one. Graphics were well done. The sound, especially the music in this one, was really good. :The music went along with what was happening and I could actually feel my heart racing a bit as it rose. Voice overs were well done and the colors, while rather dark, were not too much so. If I had more patience, I would have been able to complete the mini games. They aren't all that hard, just time consuming. It seemed like there were a lot of the, click this but it may effect others, type of games. I don't like those at all and maybe that's why I think there were so many of them. Hidden objects were extremely varied which I like and were about equal with the number of mini games. This was a well balanced game and much to my liking. So far as a helper, the interactive map is a treasure. It does show where there are things to do and transports. There are several degrees of difficulty, of which I chose custom so I could set the skip and hint buttons to the fastest time. The story is much the same. Good old Richard comes to help Anna through her trials and tribulations as she tries to resurrect Victor an ancient ancestor. Others will go into the story in depth so I won't bore you. The story did catch me from the very beginning and kept my attention all the way through. I am a bit confused about something. I carried Victor's skull around the whole game, expecting to use it sometime along the way, but the game ended and he was still in my inventory. Just don't quite understand that, but hey, I don't develop these things, I just play them. Even though this is full of ghosts and such and you may be as tired of that genre as I, give the demo a shot. I think you'll find it to your liking. I sure did.
Date published: 2017-03-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Time Traveling Runs In The Family When Stacy Gray decided to research her family's lineage, she discovered information that led her to a small town named Graywitch. One of her ancestor's, Victor Gray had lived there once, but he wasn't exactly a welcomed resident. He was a well known scientist that angered many people when he created a monster, by resurrecting his wife from the dead! When Anna Gray learns that Stacy performed a ritual that turns back the hands of time, she fears for Stacy's life. It soon becomes abundantly clear that Victor's monster holds a very deadly grudge, and Stacy and Anna might both be in danger now! Graywitch is an excellent game, however, it just doesn't have that Grim Tales vibe. Recently I have been playing back to back episodes of this series from the beginning so the game aspects are fairly fresh in my mind. The graphics are good in this edition, but they aren't as good as they have been in the past, and there's a certain disconnect with Anna and the Gray family in this episode. Victor's wife isn't the only half dead half alive, monster in the room, good ole dad has returned to assist, I think he works similar to a genie, you just rub his skull that you have to lug around at all times, and poof! Richard somehow manages to have an entire inventory available at all times, he always seems to have just the right items at just the right time. (where does he get this stuff from in the first place?) In the Collector's Edition version there are several not so hidden and often quite large Jigsaw Puzzle pieces to collect which allows you to assemble and use 3 different Screensavers, and each scene has a Morphing Object, which are actually somewhat of a challenge because they are fairly well blended and the cursor doesn't change to shout "here I am" The CE version also offers the typical Achievements to earn and some of the scenes have hidden Dolls which also gives you a brief description about it's owner. The Hidden Object Scenes are typical and the variations are offered in almost all of the games in this series. There are Keywords to find in sentences, Matching Pair finds, Multiple finds, Silhouetted Shape finds and the traditional, find 4 color coded items to fit into it's matching slot on the inventory bar to open up a Listed inventory list. There are also a few Zoom Zone HOP's where you are tasked with finding just a handful of items. The Mini Games seem a bit simplistic in this game as compared to most Grim Tales games, but by no means worthless, because most are fun to solve. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Arrange the skeleton to match the image shown by moving arm and leg positions. 2) Insert letters into the typewriter in the correct order to spell the word shown. 3) Find and select the symbols in the scene that match the symbols shown at the bottom. 4) Click to select the bar when it is between each set of red lines. 5) Use directional arrows to choose the correct clothes based on the silhouette. 6) Arrange the smaller dials so their borders form a perfect circle in the center. 7) Use the hint to enter the correct safe code. 8( Choose the correct font size and color based on the clue by selecting letter buttons and arrows to toggle through the different options. The Collector's Edition has 19 Achievements to earn, a Secret Room, an Archive section, 8 Wallpapers, 8 Concept Art pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks, hidden Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces which can be assembled to use as 3 different Screensavers, a Morphing Object in each scene, 13 collectible Dolls with descriptions, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-03-04
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
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